Keeping the town centre clean as visitors return
The Whitehill & Bordon and Regeneration Company along with The Landtrust and Deadwater Valley Trust, are putting in extra measures to resolve parking and littering issues following an influx of visitors to our beautiful surroundings with the easing of lockdown.
Car park marshals will now be in place at our busiest times and we are also investigating additional parking options for the future. Café Hogmoor have added extra bins during opening times, extra bin collections have been arranged and Deadwater Valley Trust have also increased litter picking. We are also extremely fortunate to have three amazing Duke Of Edinburgh students who are litter picking the car park and play area every weekend.
We’d like to remind our visitors to be considerate and keep the following in in mind:
- In line with government guidelines, you can meet outside with up to 6 people (children of all ages count towards the limit) from different households or any number of people from 2 households
- If the car park is full please consider coming another day or time
- Please park considerately in the marked bays
- Please do not block residential streets. Keep the highways clear
- If you can walk or cycle please do
- Please take your rubbish home with you
- Please be kind and considerate to other using the area
Outdoor theatre returns to Hogmoor Inclosure this Spring and Summer, kicking off with the Little Red Riding Hood & The Three Funky Pigs on Saturday 29 May at 3pm – the same day at The Shed’s grand opening. To avoid congestion, we’d like to encourage people to leave the car at home that day and get around on foot.