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Welcome to Whitehill Town Council, serving Whitehill & Bordon

Whitehill Town Council serves the residents of Whitehill and Bordon. The area is covered by three tiers of local government: Hampshire County Council (HCC), East Hampshire District Council (EHDC) and Whitehill Town Council. All three tiers provide different services and Whitehill Town Council works in partnership with each of these authorities, as well as other relevant public service agencies and voluntary organisations.

Head over to our ‘What we do’ page to find out what our key roles are.

Whitehill Town Council consists of 15 elected councillors all of whom are unpaid volunteers. They all care about their community and seek to represent the views of the residents in improving and promoting the town.

Council News

Christmas Stag lit up

Christmas Light Switch on 2022

On Friday 25 November 2022 at 5pm the Town Mayor, Cllr Leeroy Scott, switched on…
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Job Vacancy – Finance Officer

FINANCE OFFICER DETAILS Job title: Finance Officer Organisation: Whitehill…
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Information provided by Hampshire County Council (HCC), to include works by Scottish…
The Green Loop in Whitehill & Bordon

The Green Loop Drone video – Whitehill & Bordon THE GREEN…
Valentine Gala Poster

Mayor’s Charity Dinner – Leeroy’s Valentine Gala – Thursday 16 February

LEEROY’S VALENTINE GALA The Whitehill Town Council Mayor holds an annual event…
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Charity Donations from Experience Days

We are grateful to the Experience Days Charity Scheme for donating a voucher for…
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Are you a commercial dog walker?

Are you a commercial dog walker? All commercial dog walkers must apply and…
Group Picture of Leeroy Scott, Mike Steevens, Ben Shepard, Brian Wood, Ryan Brudenell and Andy Tree

Woody’s Walk Mural in Honour of Brian Wood MC

On Wednesday 28 September, The Town Mayor Leeroy Scott and Ben Shephard (television…
Mayor visiting Care Home

Mayor Visits Ashley House Care Home with Book of Condolence

On Thursday 15 September, the Mayor visited residents and staff in Ashley House Care…