Denmead Parish Council
Hampshire County Council, as the highway authority, has a duty to manage the road network to ensure as far as possible the safe and convenient movement of traffic and all road users. It undertakes a wide range of activity to deliver this, including: carriageway and footway resurfacing, winter maintenance, drainage work to tackle flooding, street lighting, traffic management, signage, speed limits, crossings, trees, hedges and verges, traffic lights and emergencies.
The County Council is now asking residents’ views on a number of proposed changes to the way some environmental work on Hampshire’s highways is carried out, namely: street light dimming, reducing the amount of times each year grass is cut along the highway, and reducing the amount of times each year treatments are carried out to kill weeds along the highway.
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Denmead Parish Council has two vacancies for a Caretaker/Ranger.
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Denmead Parish Council has recently installed two Physio-Control LifePak CR Plus – Fully Automatic External Defibrillators in the village.
One has been installed at the main entrance to Denmead Community Centre, The Old School, School Lane and the other adjacent to the main entrance at the Cornerstone Community Venue (Denmead Baptist Church), 22 Mead End Road.
Denmead shoppers rewarded for keeping it local
A scheme aimed at encouraging people to shop and spend in local businesses has been launched in Denmead. The Denmead Village Card will give loyal shoppers the chance of being entered into a monthly prize draw to win prizes and vouchers from the 9 participating businesses. For further information click here: