What we do

At Whitehill Town Council our key roles are:


  • Allotments - 1 site located at Mill Chase and 1 site located at Savile Crescent 
  • Benches & grit bins
  • Bordon Inclosure
  • Bus shelters
  • Community grants
  • Consultee on local planning applications - the council review planning applications and report back to the planning authority. The majority of the area falls within East Hampshire District Council, but there is a small pocket within the South Downs National Park
  • Deadwater Valley Nature Reserve - managed by the Deadwater Valley Trust
  • Hollybrook Pond and dipping platform
  • Local Council offices
  • Parks, Playgrounds & Open spaces
    • Cypress Road - kick wall and basketball net
    • Fernlea open space
    • Fir Grove playground
    • Grafton Close open space
    • Jubilee Park & BMX track
    • Knaves Mire (Laundry Field)
    • Mill Chase Recreational Ground, Pavilion & playground
    • Malmesbury Road - kick wall and basketball net
    • St Lucia Lodge open space
    • Sutton Field playground at Whitehill Village Hall
    • The skatepark at Budds Lane
  • The planters. 3 of which are located at the cross road's near the Eco Station and 3 planters by Whitehill Village Hall
  • War Memorial

You may also find useful 'Which Council Does What', which lists the responsibilities of Hampshire County Council, East Hampshire District Council and Whitehill Town Council. 

The What, How, Why & Who of Parish & Town Councils

What is the town council? How can you get involved? Why are things done in a certain way? Who can you go to for further help and advice? 

The Get Involved : Get Informed guide has been developed for people across Hampshire to explore Local Democracy.