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Are you worried about a friend or relative in case they fall when you are out? Or are you thinking about your own safety in your home? Many people like you have decided to get a LIFELINE through us here at One Community.
Lifeline costs just £3.50 a week, its really easy to install as long as you have a telephone socket and a plug socket- you can be set up within a few minutes.
Additionally you can have a wristband with an emergency telephone number in case of being lost or suddenly unwell.
With our friendly Options team, we would be happy to hear from you to talk through meeting your needs.
The Wessex Cancer Trust are holding an art exhibition.
It is to support the work of an artist who has had breast cancer and is FREE to visit, donations welcome.
DATE & TIME: Friday 15th of February 2019 and Saturday 16th of February 2019 from 10-4 each day.
PLACE: Wessex Cancer Trust, Winchester Road, Chandlers Ford. SO53 2GG
Download and print a poster here.Wessex Cancer (1)
If you manage volunteers please come and meet fellow people doing the same sort of thing. It is on the 28th February 2019, at 10.30. Held at the Magistrates Court, Church Street, Romsey SO51 8AQ.
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For further details, please see the links below.
When the festive season is over and your real Christmas tree has lost its sparkle, please recycle your tree.
Eastleigh Borough residents can recycle their Christmas trees from Wednesday 2nd January 2019. Recycling collection points for real Christmas trees have been set up around the borough where they can be dropped off between 2-15 January.
• Brambridge Garden Centre, Brambridge
• Lakeside Country Park, Eastleigh
• Haskins Garden Centre, West End
• Fair Oak Garden Centre, Fair Oak
• Woodhouse Lane Car Park, Hedge End
• Mortimer Road Car Park, Botley
• Hound Parish Hall, Woolston, Road, Netley
Recycling is possible at:
• Household Waste and Recycling Centre – Shamblehurst Lane, Hedge End
• Household Waste and Recycling Centre – Knowle Lane, Fair Oak
• Household Waste and Recycling Centre – Woodside Avenue, Eastleigh
• Household Waste and Recycling Centre – Grange Road, Netley
If you have a tree that is under four-feet tall and are in the Eastleigh Borough Council garden waste scheme, your tree can picked up from your home address on the scheduled collection day. You just need to put it next to the garden waste bin for collection.
Fareham Council District.
Christmas trees can be taken to the household waste recycling centres. One tree can be put out for collection with your garden waste on your first collection when the garden waste service resumes after the Christmas period. There is no need to chop the tree up, just leave it beside your garden waste sack. The maximum trunk diameter is 11cm.
Recycling Christmas Tree’s is a popular scheme and recycling them makes a really positive impact on our environment.
We are well into advent now and here are our Christmas opening hours for the main Eastleigh office on Romsey Road.
The Fareham shop will be open 10-4 up until Friday 21st of December. Closed over the Christmas Period and then re-opening on Wednesday 2nd of January 2019.
In the spirit of the season of giving, The Point are inviting audiences to buy an additional ticket for a young carer to let them experience the magic of a Christmas theatre trip away from their caring duties at home.
Tickets are £11 with £9 concessions. To book yours and purchase a ticket for an Eastleigh Young Carer phone the Box Office on 023 8065 2333 or visit www.thepointeastleigh.co.uk
They could be going to see The Snow Queen at the Point in Eastleigh, giving them a few hours off from their caring responsibilities.
This year’s panto is The Snow Queen. The enchanting story is packed with songs from renowned composer Ivan Stott and physical storytelling. Guaranteed to entertain the whole family The Snow Queen runs from Saturday 15 to Sunday 30 December at The Point, Eastleigh.
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Local clubs, organisations and residents nominate for the best sporting achievements to be celebrated at the Eastleigh Sports Awards ceremony on Monday 11 February 2019 at The Hilton at Ageas Bowl. The event will showcase some of the fantastic achievements by Eastleigh’s talented athletes, dedicated players, teams, volunteers and officials.
With an array of sporting success stories throughout the year we are looking forward to meeting those people who have achieved in their field or who have been recognised for going above and beyond, whether individually or as part of a club or team. There is also a NEW category School of the Year, so please do spread the word… We look forward to receiving and being inspired by the nominations, but make sure you submit them by midday, Monday 3 December 2018.
Check out this link to see a video all about the event.
Fareham Shopping Centre, Eastleigh Swan Centre, Eastleigh Museum and Fareham Information Centre will all be supporting Purple Tuesday.
If you have any pictures, especially ones in purple- pop them across for us to share on our Facebook Page (One Community) or our Twitter account (@1_Comm) or email them to us at email@example.com