Eastleigh Climate Champions

Following the declaration of the Climate Change and Environmental Emergency, we invited residents and businesses to comment on what Eastleigh Borough Council could do. They had a big response which has helped to shape our new strategy and action plan published last month. Looking through the responses, it became clear that lots of you wanted to...
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Eastleigh Borough Council supporting the Great British Spring Clean

Communities in Eastleigh Borough are being encouraged to become #litterheroes and help to give the area a spring clean as part of a national tidy-up campaign. The Great British Spring Clean is organised by Keep Britain Tidy and will be held across the country between March 22 and April 23, 2019. Litter spoils our environment and can cause harm...
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Residents asked for their views about the Council and their local area

Residents asked for their views about the Council and their local area. Local people across the Borough have the chance to provide their views about the Council and their local area as part of a residents’ survey. The survey is for people who live in the Borough of Eastleigh and includes questions about what residents...
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Eastleigh Town Centre sees new war memorial

The names of people of Eastleigh, who were killed during the First and Second World Wars, have been engraved on a new addition to the war memorial in the centre of the town. It will be the focus of the Remembrance Sunday wreath-laying ceremony on 11 November – the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. The new...
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Message from Eastleigh Borough Council

Businesses – Share in our Vision at Eastleigh Borough Council Green, healthy, prosperous – the Eastleigh Business Conference Wednesday 27 June, 4pm-7pm, The Point, Leigh Road, Eastleigh S050 9DE   Eastleigh has already been voted a business-friendly location, and this event will highlight what the Council and its partners are doing to make the borough...
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This Girl Can, Eastleigh

This Girl Can Eastleigh is a local campaign that celebrates active women and aims to increase female participation in sport and physical activity in the borough. 25% of adults in Eastleigh are inactive and women in Eastleigh are more likely to be inactive in comparison to the rest of the county. What is This Girl...
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