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Local Election results

The Conservative party remains the biggest political group at Havant Borough Council after yesterday’s local government elections. The last of the results were announced shortly after 1am, Friday 4th May, the Conservatives had won 13 out of the 15...

What voters need to know for Thursday 3 May

With local elections taking place tomorrow (Thursday 3 May) Havant Borough Council is reminding voters what they need to know to have their say on polling day: Polling stations will be open from 7am – 10pm.  You should have received a card with...

Have your say on Hayling Park’s new play area

This summer, the play area at Hayling Park is being refurbished and the council wants your help! New, fun and exciting equipment will be installed that could include a climbing net, basket swings and accessible equipment for wheelchair users.  Drop-...

First draw winners for Havant Borough Community Lottery

The first winners of Havant Borough Council’s community lottery have today been revealed. The first draw on Saturday 7 April saw 20 lucky winners. There were 1,230 tickets sold ahead of the first Havant Borough Community Lottery draw, which...

Vintage vehicles on show for the annual Classic Vehicle Run

On Sunday 15 April, classic cars, motorbikes and commercial vehicles will gather for the Mayor’s Classic Vehicle Run. Vehicles will arrive from 8.30am at Havant Borough Council’s Plaza car park before being flagged off by the Mayor of Havant, Elaine...

Council donates Easter eggs to Mayor’s Charities

Havant Borough Council has donated more than 90 Easter eggs to the Mayor’s Charities. The successful Easter egg drive, organised by Havant Borough Council’s legal team, saw councillors and staff donating eggs of all shapes and sizes. On Thursday 29...

Longest-serving Havant councillor gets standing ovation

Havant’s longest-serving councillor received a standing ovation from all members of Havant Borough Council during last nights Full Council meeting. Gwen Blackett, who was originally elected in the Purbrook ward in 1974 has decided to stand down at...

Youth Conference 2018 inspires students from across the borough

More than 70 students from the borough joined the Mayor, councillors and community groups for Havant Borough Council’s fourth annual Youth Conference. The Mayor of Havant, Councillor Elaine Shimbart, and Leader of the Council, Councillor Michael...

No change to rubbish and recycling collection days

Residents across Havant Borough will have no change to their rubbish and recycling collection days over the Easter Bank Holiday.  Householders are reminded to have their bins out ready for collection by 7am on their scheduled day for crews to...

Kick yourself into shape at Front Lawn Community Hub

A unique opportunity to get into shape whilst playing football is about to kick off with a new program being launch in the borough that asks if you have the "Guts for the Game"   Organised by Hampshire FA in partnership with Havant Borough Council,...

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