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Hampshire sets out clear actions to reduce carbon emissions
Hampshire County Council’s Cabinet is set to reinforce its commitment to tackling the causes and impact of Climate Change when it is asked to agree an Action Plan 2020-2025, as part of the overall Climate Change Strategy. The Action Plan details
Small price increase agreed for Hampshire school meals
A small increase of 10 pence in the price of a school meal has been agreed by Hampshire County Council, to come into effect from November 2020
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Infant school pupils can say yes to success with a great school lunch – for free!
As families prepare for the new school year, Hampshire County Council is encouraging parents and carers of children in Reception Year, Year 1 and Year 2 (aged 4 to 7 years old) to help their child thrive with a free and nutritious school lunch from
Energy projects first in line to help Hampshire meet Climate Change targets
Hampshire County Council’s Cabinet has agreed the first new projects to be launched which will impact on Hampshire’s carbon reduction and climate resilience targets as part of the Hampshire Climate Change Strategy
County Council’s action on Climate Change – Cabinet to consider blueprint to become carbon neutral by 2050
Hampshire County Council’s Cabinet will be assessing Hampshire’s Climate Change Strategy and agreeing a way forward when it meets on 14 July. The Strategy sets out a clear direction for both reducing carbon emissions and preparing for the
Have your say on Hampshire’s flood and water management strategy for a safer, more resilient county
A consultation on Hampshire County Council's updated plans to manage water resources, making the county more resilient to the impact of flooding and drought, is open until 12 July 2020
New restaurant takes root as Gardens’ popularity blooms
Sir Harold Hillier Gardens in Romsey is entering an exciting new chapter, as work begins on a £1.3 million renovation and extension to the iconic Jermyn’s House - the historic former home of Hampshire’s famous plant collector, Sir Harold
County Council approves £2.1 billion budget for 2020/21 – serving Hampshire’s residents and investing in the future
£2.1 billion of spending on the delivery of important local services to the people of Hampshire in 2020/21 has been approved by Hampshire County Council today (13 February 2020)
Serving Hampshire's Residents: County Council sets out £2.1billion budget spending plans for Hampshire's public services in 2020/21
Budget plans which aim to prioritise care for vulnerable children and adults, at the same time as boosting Hampshire’s infrastructure, roads and climate change mitigation, will be considered by Hampshire County Council’s Cabinet at their meeting