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Axe poised over libraries

by Jim Forrest on 11 January, 2020

Make sure you take part in Hampshire’s consultation on the future of libraries – They’re proposing to close 14 of the 42 libraries across the county. Thankfully, Stubbington Library is not earmarked for closure. But Lee-on-the-Solent Library is, so we can expect even more pressure on Stubbington’s car parks as readers from Lee have to […]

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End to austerity? Not here

by Jim Forrest on 16 October, 2019

Hampshire County Council is proposing another £80million of cuts in its so-called Transformation to 2021. The Tory Government tell us austerity is supposed to be over – measures like these from the Tory County Council tell us it’s not! • £1.76 million cuts to libraries – which could mean some whole library closures, or day […]

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Have your say on bus service

by Jim Forrest on 18 June, 2018

Hampshire County Council has launched a public consultation about three services it helps to fund: street lighting, subsidised transport services, and the concessionary travel scheme. It’s particularly relevant to Stubbington and Hill Head, because one of the services being looked at is the 21/21A bus service. You can view the consultation and download a response […]

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