Current Events and Projects
Helping out at Stanmore School. 18th October 2016. Winchester Hub organised to clear the pond at Stanmore School on 18th October 2016. The Neighbourhood Services Officer for Stanmore, Nadia Mansoor, helped the work.
Helping out at Stanmore School. 18th October 2016. The pond at the school was overgrown and unable to be used. Volunteers from the Hub helped clear the pond and are going back to the school in February to finish it by filling it up.
The Sportsman Club Macmillan Coffee Morning 30th September 2016 Nadia Mansoor, neighbourhood services officer for Stanmore was more than happy to support the Sportsman Clubs coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Student Information Leaflet distribution 2016 Between the 27th September and the 7th October the Neighbourhood Services Officer for Stanmore, Nadia Mansoor and Cllr Jamie Scott were joined by volunteers from Winchester University's Students Union to deliver a Welcome booklet to every student property in the Stanmore area. If you would like more information about this booklet please the information page here; http://www.winchester.gov.uk/community/neighbourhood-services/welcome-winchester-student-information/
Winchester Hub Charity Car Wash 10th October 2016 Supporting the charity car wash organised by The Winchester Hub, a charity that supports students to tackle social challenges, learn about issues and connect with each other
Action Day at Drummond Close and Princes Place Your Neighbourhood Services Team and Tenant Involvement Team joined forces with Winchester Hub to offer a free bulky waste clearance service for local residents. The team also helped tidy up areas of land in Drummond Close and Princes Place.
Community Action Day, Tuesday 23rd February Love Stanmore is an initiative to inspire and encourage residents to take pride in where they live, and aims to allow everyone to help make Stanmore the kind of place they really want to live in. Neighbourhoods that are clean and well kept are proven to be safer and less likely to attract crime. Love Stanmore can, with your help, make a big difference to how we feel about where we live and improve the quality of life for all.
Creech Woods Dog Day If you went down to Creech Woods on 27th April you could have met your local PCSO, Neighbourhood Services Officer and Animal Welfare Team. There were treats and water for the dogs and advice on dog welfare and behaviour. There was also free dog microchipping available on the day.
Osborne meeting with residents of The Valley Court Following a successful action day in 2015 Osborne went back to The Valley Court and donated some more gardening tools for the continued use in their garden.
The Neighbourhood Services Team are currently working on and supporting a number of projects.
|Winnall Community Forum||The Winnall Community Forum brings together residents, officers of the council such as Neighbourhood Services Officers, area housing managers, Police officers and local Councillors to look at ways to improve Winnall. Please see the website for more information www.winnallca.com/forums/||Tuesday 14th February 2017|
|Stanmore Community Action Day||We are enhancing the wildlife habitat at Stanmore Recreation Ground. Come along and join in. Equipment, support and refreshments provided. Goody bag of seeds or bulbs available for home planting. To find out more please contact Jayne Lever, Neighbourhood Services Officer, 01962 848 394.||Tuesday 21st February 10.30am - 3.30pm|
|Keep Britain Tidy Litter Picks||Winchester Litter Pickers have organised a group litter pick in support of the National Spring Clean campaign. The group will concentrate on the area around Easton Lane / Wales Street. The plan is to meet by the bus stop outside Tesco Extra at Winnall at 10am. To pick litter until 11.30am and meet up afterwards in the café at Tesco.||Friday 3rd March, 10am- 11.30am|
|Winchester Litter Pickers||Winchester Litter Pickers will be revisiting Moorside Road, meeting at the junction with Easton Lane at 10am.||Wednesday 22nd March 10am.|
|Winnall Community Forum||The Winnall Community Forum brings together residents, officers of the council such as Neighbourhood Services Officers, area housing managers, Police officers and local Councillors to look at ways to improve Winnall. Please see the website for more information www.winnallca.com/forums/||Tuesday 28th March 2017|
For more information on any of these projects please contact the Neighbourhood Services Team by email: email@example.com or telephone 01962 840 222