Rubbish in a skip

Fly Tipping

It has come to Whitehill Town Council’s attention that there have been cases of fly tipping in Bordon Inclosure, the layby on Lindford Road, Knaves Mire, Conde Way Car Park, and a recent spate of fly tipping in Jubilee Park. Instead of precept council tax money (which the Town Council receives annually from residents) being spent on projects which are beneficial to the community, Whitehill Town Council has had to pay for the hire of a skip to remove a sofa and general rubbish, as well as the disposal of a fridge freezer. This has taken considerable time out of the Whitehill Town Council’s grounds staff’s work schedule. The Council takes matters of fly tipping very seriously and will investigate reports of all incidents and will seek to prosecute the perpetrators. Please help to keep your town tidy and should you see anything, please notify the Town Council office: 01420 473123 or email
Vegetables in a basket

Polytunnel produce donated to the Bordon Food Bank

Over the past few weeks fresh produce from the Community Polytunnel has been taken to the Bordon Food Bank.
The Food Bank is in Unit 13 in the Forest Centre, next door to the (closed) Forest Cafe. Use the rear entrance, go out the side door between the cafe and the hairdresser, follow the path round to the right.
✅They are always grateful for donations.
Please contact Heather Ford to find out their current donation needs on 07966 522911
The Community polytunnel was opened in April 2022 and is located next to Building 94 in the Enterprise Park, and it is primarily for use by the youth, community groups and schools in the Whitehill & Bordon area.
To book a time/volunteer at the polytunnel contact the Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust.
Call: 07762 961849
BMX track at Jubilee Park

PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT – A new Pump Track to replace the BMX Track

PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT – A new Pump Track to replace the BMX Track

Although we are aware that the BMX track gets used, we have also had enquires of installing a new Pump Track, and we have seen the new one that Alton TC has recently installed, we feel this would be a good replacement for the BMX track with more twists and turns making it more fun!  Unfortunately, we cannot have both, because we don’t have anywhere to install it as this would need to go on Town Council land.


The surfacing is better for the environment, is hardwearing so won’t need any upkeep and the Pump Track is inclusive for all users with a bike, it doesn’t have to be a pump bike.


We value the opinion of our residents and users of the BMX track, so therefore we hope you will take 5 minutes to complete the survey form so the Town Council can receive your feedback.


Please click on the link to take the survey:


Deadline to receive responses is by the end of Thursday 31st August 2023.



Jubilee Park Gate with King Charles III Sculpture


On Tuesday 25th July 2023, The Town Mayor Cllr Leeroy Scott & Colonel Lex Agathangelou from The Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers (REME) officially unveiled our new King Charles III metal Sculpture at Jubilee Park gates.
This is a special piece commissioned by Whitehill Town Council to honour King Charles III’s Coronation. It was deemed appropriate to add the new sovereign to the commemorative gates created in 1977 for Queen Elizabeth II’s Sliver Jubilee.
It was created by Town Councillor & local artist Roger Russell, local artist Melissa Goldswain & Sgt Braunton Turner from REME.
Councillor Andy Tree was in attendance with the Town Clerk & Deputy Town Clerk.
Leader of Whitehill Town Council Andy Tree said “We were very happy to welcome REME officers to unveil the sculpture with our Town Mayor Cllr Leeroy Scott.”
POSTPONEDLitter pick July 2023

POSTPONED litter pick

The community litter pick that was scheduled on Saturday 15 July has been postponed due to severe weather forecast and a rescheduled date will be announced shortly.


POSTPONEDLitter pick July 2023

Flag Raising Ceremony


Whitehill Town Council will be holding a Flag Raising Ceremony on Monday 19 June as part of Armed Forces Week, to pay tribute and show respect and support to the Armed Forces Community.

The ceremony will take place in the event space outside the Forest Community Centre, commencing at 11am.

Residents, schools and local organisations are invited to watch the short ceremony, and pay tribute to past and present service personnel, their partners and families.

Town Crier and Councillor Kennard

Storytelling for King Charles III’s Coronation

Councillor Bisi Kennard read Coronation themed stories today at the Forest Community Centre to celebrate King Charles the Third’s ascension to the throne. The Whitehill and Bordon Town Crier was also present at the storytelling, regaling everyone with lesser-known Coronation facts, statistics and the history of Coronations. Councillor Kennard is keen to do more storytelling and further sessions will be planned for August, hopefully in Jubilee Park, depending on the weather!

Town in Bloom 2023 is Launched!

It’s that time of year again!
Time for you to get creative in your gardens, allotments and community areas!
The categories for entries are:
o Allotment plot
o Bug hotel
o Best scarecrow
o Best wildlife garden
o Community garden
o Hanging basket, container & window box
o Small or large floral garden display
o Unusual planter creation
o King’s Coronation display
Once your entry is picture ready, enter online at:
Paper entry forms are available from the Council Offices at the Forest Community Centre or can be downloaded from our website.
The competition is open to all residents, businesses, and schools within Whitehill & Bordon.
The closing date 23 July 2023, terms & conditions apply. See our website for details.
Whitehill Town Council Logo

Notice of Election

  1. Nomination papers must be delivered to the Returning Officer, East Hampshire District Council, Penns Place, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 4EX on any day after the date of this notice, on Monday to Friday 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (excluding bank holidays) but no later than 4 pm on Tuesday, 4th April 2023. Please book an appointment in advance


  1. Nomination papers may be obtained from the offices of the Returning Officer, East Hampshire District Council, Penns Place, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 4EX, during the times stated above or downloaded from


  1. If any election is contested the poll will take place on Thursday, 4th May 2023.


  1. Applications to register to vote must reach the Electoral Registration Officer by 12 midnight on Monday 17 April 2023. Applications can be made online:


  1. Applications, amendments or cancellations of postal votes and amendments or cancellations of proxy votes must reach the Electoral Registration Officer at East Hampshire District Council, Penns Place, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 4EX by 5 pm on Tuesday, 18th April 2023.


  1. Applications for a Voter Authority Certificate or an Anonymous Elector’s Document valid for this election must reach the Electoral Registration Officer by 5pm on 25th April 2023. Applications can be made online:


  1. New applications to vote by proxy at this election must reach the Electoral Registration Officer at East Hampshire District Council, Penns Place, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 4EX by 5 pm on Tuesday, 25th April 2023.


  1. Applications to vote by emergency proxy at this election must reach the Electoral Registration Officer at East Hampshire District Council, Penns Place, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 4EX by 5pm on Thursday, 4th May 2023
Chief Inspector Rahman wearing police uniform

Annual Town Assembly – Meet Police Representatives

At Whitehill Town Council’s Annual Town Assembly on Thursday 16 March, residents of Bordon and Whitehill will have the opportunity to talk to police representatives.  Chief Inspector Habib Rahman, District Commander for East Hampshire and Havant will be giving a talk on ‘Making our Community Safer’, which will then be followed by a Q&A session hosted by Cllr Andy Tree, Leader of the Town Council.  Cllr Tree said “Crime remains a concern, which is why we have invited Chief Inspector Rahman to our Annual Town Assembly so that he can discuss local issues with the community”.

Police representatives will be available to speak to before and for approximately 30 minutes after the formal agenda concludes.

The agenda can be found here:

Chief Inspector Rahman has over 25 years of experience in policing.