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Posts Tagged ‘ Bursledon ’

Local vet retires after 30 years

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December 4, 2018
Local vet retires after 30 years

A Bursledon vet who has cared for thousands of pets in a career spanning more than 30 years is set to retire. Martin Fogden first joined Adelaide Veterinary Centre, in Bursledon along with his wife Jacquie in 1992 – in an era pre-internet and email. Martin became a partner in 1994 and has seen...
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Murder inquiry after body found in Bursledon

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December 3, 2018
Murder inquiry after body found in Bursledon

Two people have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man was found dead at his home in Bursledon. A 73-year-old man was found dead after police were called to a property on Boundary Road this morning (December 3). A 38-year-old man A 63-year-old woman remain in police custody while officers at the...
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MP raises sex-abuse case at Council Meeting

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October 25, 2018
MP raises sex-abuse case at Council Meeting

Eastleigh’s MP Mims Davies caused a stir at a council meeting last Thursday ( 18 October) after she accused the Leader of Eastleigh Borough Council, Keith House and Cabinet member Tonia Craig – who also both sit as Bursledon Parish Councillors – of a making ‘a grave error of judgement’ in opposing the introduction...
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Builder keeps brickworks steaming

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October 20, 2017
Builder keeps brickworks steaming

Bursledon Brickworks museum is celebrating a windfall donation – appropriately enough, from a local builder! Taylor Wimpey Southern Counties, who are currently building a development on the edge of the village has given the museum a £500 boost went towards the cost of fuel to run a steam engine at the museum’s open day....
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Man dies in Pony and Trap accident

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March 30, 2017
Man dies in Pony and Trap accident

A man has died after a late night collision between a car and a pony and trap in Bursledon on Sunday night. The 33-year-old man, from Guildford, travelling in the trap suffered life-threatening injuries and was taken to Southampton General Hospital where he died a short time later. The police were called to Portsmouth...
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Council buy car boot site for housing

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March 4, 2017
Council buy car boot site for housing

It’s been running for 32 years but in a few months time traders at Bursledon car boot sale will have to find a new venue after Eastleigh Borough Council purchased the site complete with planning permission for 182 new houses. Bursledon’s Local Area Committee granted permission for a new housing estate on the boot...
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Gove: Miliband attack was ‘shocking and personal’

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April 25, 2015

Gove on Milliband from Eastleigh News on Vimeo. Conservative Chief Whip Michael Gove has hit back at Ed Miliband’s criticism of Tory policy in Libya. While campaigning in Eastleigh yesterday Gove told Eastleigh News that the Labour leader had tried ‘pin the blame’ for recent migrant deaths in the Mediterranean on David Cameron “in...
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New Lowford Centre nears completion

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February 8, 2014
New Lowford Centre nears completion

Final works are underway before the opening of the new Lowford Centre, in Bursledon. The new £3.5m community building includes Bursledon GP practice, Lowford Community Library, Bursledon Parish Office and the Bursledon Community Centre. Internal works on the building are largely complete as Mansell, the Council’s construction partner, complete the decoration and final floor...
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Crews fight roof fire in Bursledon

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June 10, 2013
Crews fight roof fire in Bursledon

Nearly 60 firefighters battled to save three terraced properties in Bursledon tonight (June 10). Control operators mobilised crews following a 999 call at 16:45 to Salterns Lane and crews arrived to discover the roof of one of the three-storey properties well alight. The roof of the first property collapsed, while the rest of the building...
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Burglars strike at Bursledon

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October 10, 2012
Burglars strike at Bursledon

Jewelry and computer were among items stolen during the burglary of a house in Lionheart Way, Bursledon on Tuesday October 9. Between 1 and 6.15pm, someone forced entry to the house through a secure kitchen window. Stolen items include a ladies thin gold wedding ring and a silver bangle, both of sentimental value because...
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Police hunt Fox & Hounds raiders

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June 5, 2012
Police hunt Fox & Hounds raiders

Drinkers and staff at a quiet rural pub have been left “shocked and distressed“ following a  terrifying attack by a group of armed raiders yesterday. The Fox and Hounds at Hungerford near Bursledon was raided by a group of masked men  at 10.45 pm on Bank holiday Monday (June 4) Staff were in the...
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Rowdy youths attack Police

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March 27, 2012

A number of youths leaving a large 18th birthday party in Bursledon started trying to attack police who had been called to the scene after reports of loud and rowdy behaviour. Police made several checks on the party during the evening of Saturday, March 24 and also went to the scene after complaints about...
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Police appeal after tragic toddler death

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March 2, 2012
Police appeal after tragic toddler death

A toddler has died following a collision at Hamble Lane, Bursledon shortly after 7pm yesterday and police are appealing for witnesses. A three-year-old girl from Bursledon was crossing the road with family members when she was in collision with a blue Honda CBP 600 motorcycle. The child was taken to Southampton General Hospital, where...
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Burglars beat patio door lock

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December 7, 2011
Burglars beat patio door lock

Burglars have managed to gain entry to a house in Bursledon through the patio doors without causing damage. The house along picturesque Windmill Lane – a dead end road – was left unattended between 11 am and 3 pm on Monday (December 5). When the householder returned they discovered the patio door wide open...
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Can the Sails keep on Turning?

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October 13, 2010
Can the Sails keep on Turning?

Councillors are meeting today to try and decide how best to keep Bursledon windmill as a working mill, open to the public. The 200 year old windmill – the only working windmill in Hampshire which mills and sells it own flour -is a popular and iconic local landmark which has drawn almost 3500 visitors...
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