As part of the programme of works being undertaken by Operation Resilience we will shortly be undertaking carriageway resurfacing in Normandy Way, Marchwood.
The works are programmed to be completed over 3 consecutive weekends starting on Saturday 18th March 2017.
In order to undertake the works safely it will be necessary to close North Road to through traffic and control Normandy Way by temporary signals.
A fully signed diversion will be in operation during the closure utilising Normandy Way, Cracknore Hard and East Road.
Information signs advising road users of the works will be erected before the start of works.
A letter will be sent to local residents and an email will be sent to New Forest District Council and Marchwood Parish Council to advise them accordingly.
Should you have any questions or require further information please contact the Operation Resilience team on 01962 813063 or email email@example.com
ABP set out details for Dibden Bay
Port of Southampton Port Master Plan 2016 - 2035 Consultation Draft
Marchwood is a developing village with easy access to both the New Forest and Southampton.
There is a strong sense of community here in the village. We have a thriving Village Hall with many activities on offer there.
We are also very lucky to be served by excellent schools and Local Business. You can access the schools own web sites from this site, as well as the Business of the Parish Council in the form of Agendas and Minutes. A Calendar of Meetings giving details of all the Parish Council meetings to be held is also available online.
You can view the latest Marchwood Village News publication that is distributed by a band of loyal volunteers throughout the village four times a year. (Spring 2017 edition) now available as an E-Publication on Desktop and Tablet.
I hope you enjoy using the website.
Chairman Marchwood Parish Council.
Warning from Hampshire Trading Standards Service
Doorstep Callers – Office of Fair Trading
Be alert to Cold Callers at the door claiming to be investigators from the Office of Fair Trading
They claim to be taking action against a company that has done poor work for the resident in the past, and that they can claim compensation if the resident pays court costs.
These claims are untrue.
It is thought that the callers are using information gained from rogue traders about their past victims.
Report Doorstep Crime, or request a Trading Standards approved trader ‘Buy With Confidence’ directory by calling our Partners at the Citizens Advice Consumer Helpline on 03454 04 05 06