Community News and Information

Lindford completed its Village Appraisal in March 2002, and the Parish Council decided that we should build on this to produce a Parish Plan, setting out priorities for the village

On this page you can view:


·        Useful telephone numbers and local information

·        Lindford and environs community events

·        Local news

·        Whitehill/Bordon regeneration

·        Police and crime information




Public consultation

(Posted 23.03.18) East Hampshire District Council is currently consulting on the draft Statement of Community Involvement (2018). This is the third Statement of Community Involvement produced by the Council and upon adoption will supersede the current Statement of Community Involvement that was adopted in January 2015. Anyone can have their say and the consultation will close on Friday 27 April. To find out more, see the letter received by Lindford Parish Council.


Lindford Donkey Day

(Posted 22.02.18) On Friday 30 March between 1pm and 3pm Lindford Church will be hosting a family activity day to mark Good Friday. The event will be an opportunity for family and friends to come together with free children donkey rides, activities and the chance to enjoy yummy hot cross buns! Children must be accompanied with an adult. Check out the church Facebook page for updated information - ‘Lindford Methodist Church’.


Easter Egg Hunt

(Posted 14.02.18) The Beehive Montessori pre-school is organising an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday 24 March between 2pm and 4pm at Lindford Village Hall.


Grayshott Cricket Club

(Posted 13.02.18) Grayshott Cricket Club is recruiting new members and offering a free taster session.


Nominate your village

(Posted 01.02.18) The Communications Officer of Team Big things, Michelle Leadbitter-Allen, writes:


I am developing an exciting, new programme for a major UK Broadcaster and we need the help of art clubs, centres and enthusiasts to get the word out. The idea behind the show is that we will be funding numerous public art projects around the country and we want the public to nominate their own village to win the chance of creating a new landmark for their community. The unique process will see established artists working with the local people to create large pieces of public art that have specific meaning to their community.

We would like residents of small towns and villages to get in touch and tell us what makes their hometown so special. Does it have a rich history? Is something or someone famous associated with it? Do they have interesting traditions? Has the community fallen on hard times and is in need of reminding people about  how special it really is? What is their unique story? The most important thing is that the town has a strong sense of community and a commitment to the project, as this is a journey they will all go on together with the goal to create a legacy piece of public art that generations will be proud of.


A flyer has been produced and a member of the team will be in touch with any applicants they wish to progress further.


Yoga class

(Posted 05.12.17) A new Yoga class is starting in January at Broxhead Pavilion.


Headley Lodge Ladies Festival

(Posted 08.11.17) Jackie and Julian Taylor-Green will be hosting the Headley Lodge Ladies Festival in Arundel on 8 and 9 June 2018 to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society and Holme C of E Primary School.. Click here for booking form.


Beehive newsletter

(Posted 12.10.17) Beehive, the pre-school group at the Village Hall, has produced a newsletter.


Surgery signposting

(Posted 20.09.17)  Surgery Signposting volunteers link local people with support services offered by local community groups. The aim is to connect you to the information and support you need to live an active, happy and healthy lifestyle. See poster for further details.


Deadwater Valley Trust

(Posted 07.09.17) The Deadwater Valley Trust (DVT) has published a full list of spring events. Contact Jenny, the Wildlife Ranger, on 01420 479070 or  or through the facebook page. The Trust is holding an Easter Egg Hunt on Wednesday 4 April and a dawn chorus walk on Sunday 22 April. It also has a monthly dog walking group and a monthly working party in Hogmoor Inclosure on the third Saturday of each month.




Concessionary bus fares

(Posted 11.01.18) Hampshire County Council has issued a poster to say that new bus passes will be issued prior to 31 March 2018. It contains information on what to do if you don’t receive your bus pass.


River Wey Trust

(Posted 26.10.17) The River Wey Trust has published its autumn newsletter in which it gives notice of the Annual Public Meeting to be held at Conford Village Hall at 8pm on Wednesday 22 November.


Alton Sports Centre

(Posted 18.10.17) EHDC has issued a press release announcing that the new Alton Sports Centre has received approval.


Rural Services Network

(Posted 24.08.17) The Rural Services Network has produced a newsletter for older people in rural areas and a general newsletter.


Petersfield Society

(Posted 03.06.17) The Petersfield Society has published its summer 2017 newsletter.


EHDC Councillors’ newsletter

(Posted 26.05.17) EHDC has produced a newsletter for Parish and Town Councillors.


Community First

(Posted 06.03.17) Community First East Hampshire exists to strengthen the voluntary sector in the district by offering training, general organisational support and help with volunteer recruitment and management. The latest newsletter contains lots of interesting information and news for groups involved in the local community in East Hampshire. It contains links to some very useful websites. Community First has also produced a newsletter of community news in the Whitehill and Bordon area. It is running a workshop on social isolation on 20 March at Forest community Centre, Bordon in which it seeks to engage with agencies and voluntary groups who may be supporting or providing services to those who are socially isolated.


PPG newsletter

(Posted 07.07.17) The April newsletter of the Patient Participation Group of Badgerswood and Forest Surgeries is now available.




Have your say

(Posted 14.02.18) Residents of Whitehill & Bordon will have the opportunity to have their say and contribute to the regeneration of the town from garrison to prosperous green and healthy town by filling in one of two surveys that will be released by East Hampshire District Council. They will be posted through the doors of randomly selected households in Whitehill & Bordon Everyone who fills in the survey will be contributing to the future of the town and will be entered into a prize draw to win £100 worth of high street shopping vouchers.

One of the surveys will give residents the opportunity to say what they like about living in Whitehill & Bordon, how they feel about the changes and what is important for them in the future. It will allow EHDC to gauge the quality of life in the town, as well as the impact the regeneration is having and how satisfied people are with the changes. The survey will ask residents how satisfied they are with the economic development, education, health provision, environment, services on offer and public safety in the town. The results of the survey will help EHDC to reflect the residents’ views to the partners involved in the regeneration to make sure they are all focussing their resources in the right places and achieving the best outcomes for the town in the future.

The second survey has been designed as part of the Healthy New Town (HNT) programme. The town is one of only 10 NHS England Healthy New Town demonstrator sites in the UK. The aim of the programme is to help residents to live healthy, active and independent lives and have the care they need in the right place and at the right time. The questions will give EHDC an indication of the health, wellbeing and lifestyle of residents so it can assess the impact the HNT programme has had on them so far and will allow it to tailor projects in the future. 

Cllr Ferris Cowper, Portfolio Holder for Whitehill & Bordon, said: “We are giving residents the opportunity to help us fine-tune the things we should be focussing our attention on … We will listen to the results of the surveys and take action to make it an even better town for its existing and future residents.

Some residents of Whitehill & Bordon can expect to see one of the two surveys come through their letterboxes from Friday 16 February. There will be a link on the survey if people would rather complete it online. The closing date for the survey is Friday 30 March.  


Hampshire Parent Carer Network

(Posted 07.12.17) Every month the Network holds ‘Get Togethers’ for Parent carer members. These provide an opportunity for members to meet for coffee in a friendly, relaxed environment to share ideas and support each other. Each meeting is run by a Regional Rep who also gives out news about the Network activities and invites members’ views on a range of issues. There is no need to book, just turn up on the day! The next meeting in Bordon is at the Coffee Pot on Tuesday 16 January 2018 from 9.30–11.30. To can register to become a member on the HPCN website.



(Posted 18.10.17) A newsletter has been produced giving an update of the progress on the relief road.


East Hampshire District Council has set up a website at where, among other things, you will find a newsletter.




Suspicious activity

(Posted 23.02.18) PCSO Alex Byrne has sent the following message to residents:

Please be aware of some suspicious activity that took place on Pear Tree Road in Lindford on the 19th of February. At midnight, two males where seen in the road acting suspiciously around cars. Please be extra vigilant with the security of your vehicle. Remember to lock your doors and keep valuables out of sight. Register any property inside your vehicle with Immobilise. If you saw anything, or have any information, please call Hampshire Constabulary on 101. Your call is important to us and the information you provide could help reduce crime in your area.


Fraudulent activity

(Posted 05.12.17) Longmoor Neighbourhood Policing Team has issued a warning about a scam involving someone posing as the police asking people to withdraw money form their bank account. The police would never do this so please read their advice.








Triangle playground
Triangle playground
Headley Mill
Headley Mill
Lindford Church
Lindford Church