News and Events
This section gives local residents information on recent news and events in and around Hedge End.
Friday Night Football
Brought to you by Eastleigh Borough Council, is a youth project open to 10-19 year olds and offers weekly informal football activities for £1 a session.
Sessions take place every Friday at Places Leisure Eastleigh, Botley Recreation Ground and Hamble Sports Complex.
All sessions will be led by qualified FA coaches on artificial pitches and is open to boys and girls of all abilities.
This project has been made possible thanks to funding from Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner and Bursledon, Hedge End, West End and Botley Local Area Committee, Eastleigh Local Area Committee and Bursledon, Hamble and Hound Local Area Committee.
For more information, including session times, please visit www.eastleigh.gov.uk/sportworks
Community Tree Project
Hedge End Town Council are aiming to map all of the important and historic trees in the area and we would like your help!
The trees can be old, large, commemorative, or simply a tree which is special to you.
Please write into Hedge End Town Council via letter or email.
2000 Centre, St. Johns Road, Hedge End, Southampton, SO30 4AF.
Find out more here: https://www.hedgeend-tc.gov.uk/our-community/community-tree-project/
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Prepare for EU Exit
The United Kingdom (UK) is leaving the European Union (EU).
Leaving the EU means a number of changes that will affect businesses, organisations and individual citizens.
Use the information via the link below to find out how to prepare and the steps you may need to take.
HEDGE END EXTENDED HOURS - GP PRACTICE
Evening and weekend appointments are now available...
You can book an appointment to see a GP, nurse or other healthcare professional in the evening or at the weekend from a local Primary Care Access hub.
Your local hub is - Hedge End Primary Care Access hub, Hedge End, Medical Centre, Hedge End, SO30 4FQ.
You can book an appointment with your GP practice receptionist or, for urgent appointments, ring NHS 111
SOUTH CENTRAL AMBULANCE SERVICE - NHS
If you become unwell or are injured, make sure you choose the right NHS service to get the most appropriate treatment.
- Self Care: For example - Hangover, Grazed Knee, Sore Throat, Cough
- Pharmacy: For example - Diarrhoea, Runny Nose, Painful Cough, Headache
- Minor Injuries & Illness Unit: For example - Cuts, Strains, Itches, Sprains
- GP: For example - Vomiting, Ear Pain, Sore Tummy, Backache
- NHS 111(Phone service) : For example - Unwell? Unsure? Need medical help fast?
- 999 (Phone service): For example - Choking, Chest Pain, Blacking Out, Heavy Blood Loss
" Use your ambulance service wisely and considerately - abuse of the service could cost someone's life! " - Paul Carnell - Hampshire Public Governor
NEW OUTREACH SERVICE FOR EASTLEIGH RESIDENTS
Eastleigh Citizens Advice Bureau is announcing a new outreach service to improve access to advice within the community. The outreach service will operate from two new community centres:
- The Dowd’s Farm Community Centre, Hedge End. An adviser will be available Thursday mornings by appointment, and a drop-in service will operate Friday mornings from 9.30am-12.30pm.
- The outreach service will also be available at the Bursledon Community Centre, Bursledon. People can drop into the centre without an appointment for advice on Tuesday mornings between 10.00 am–12.00 pm. Appointments will be available by arrangement on Tuesday afternoons.
The new outreach sessions will help meet local need by bringing the advice service into the community. People who are unable to travel to Citizens Advice offices will be able to access help and advice from these accessible and convenient community locations.
Contact details for the new outreach locations are as follows:
Bursledon Community Centre
Dowd’s Farm Community Centre
85 Whites Way
For advice at other times Eastleigh Citizens Advice Bureau is open from 10am-4pm Monday-Thursday.
For enquiries please call: 03444 111 306
1. The Citizens Advice service comprises a network of local bureaux, all of which are independent charities.
2. We help people resolve their money, legal and other problems by providing information and advice and by influencing policymakers. For more information see our website www.eastleighcab.org.uk.
3. The advice provided by the Citizens Advice service is free, independent, confidential, and impartial, and available to everyone regardless of race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, religion, age or nationality.
4. The Citizens Advice Bureaux in England and Wales advised 2.3 million clients on 5.4 million problems from October 2013 to September 2014. For full 2013/2014 service statistics see our quarterly publication Advice trends
5. Eastleigh Citizens Advice Bureau staff are supported by more than 30 trained volunteers, working at three service outlets across the Borough