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All you need to know about Rooksdown Community Association

Rooksdown Community Association membership is open to all residents within the Rooksdown Parish.

Membership covers a whole household and entitles you to vote at the Association?s AGM, 20% discount on hiring the Community Centre, 20% discount on attending sessions at the Youth Club as well as other benefits and discounts.

Membership forms are available from the office at the Community Centre. (Requires Adobe Reader)

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Rooksdown Parish Council

26 May 2015 at 11:40

Over the next few months parish council meetings are:

Monday 22nd June
Monday 20th July
Monday 21st September

meetings start at 7.45pm in the Community Centre

Rooksdown Parish Clerk email:  Parish.Clerk@rooksdown.org.uk

Rooksdown's Borough Councillor holds his surgeries in the foyer of the Community Centre on the same days from 6.30pm - 7.30pm.

email: Cllr.Simon.Bound@basingstoke.gov.uk

The Avenue (Hospital Bumpy Road)

26 May 2015 at 09:58

JUNE - The Last Stages

This week (w/c 25th May) the contractors will be finishing the tactile paving and making changes to some cable ducts for the new street lighting. This will require use of temporary lights and reducing traffic to ‘single file’ in places. The 14 new street light columns and 4 illuminated street signs will be installed by the lighting service contractor GTC, during week commencing 1st June.  Once the lights are in place the wearing course (final top layer of tarmac) for the footpaths will be laid w/c 8th June.

The wearing course along the length of the road has been arranged to start following completion of the street lighting and pavements etc. The main section of the road will be completed over two days – Wednesday 17th – Thursday 18th June.

This work will be done in two stages – in keeping with the original Phase 1 (section from Pumphouse Way mini roundabout to Dinwoodie Avenue) and Phase 2 (Dinwoodie Avenue to the maternity block access road). In other words, during these two days the road will again be closed as a through road with appropriate traffic signs as used previously.

The final section of road (the section covered by the previous Phase 3-5) i.e. up to the Lodge building, is potentially the most disruptive and therefore the surfacing contractor will carry out this work on Friday night (19th) from 7pm onwards.


Castle Hill Primary School - Rooksdown Campus, opens September 2015

9 February 2015 at 09:32

Hampshire County Council have confirmed that Castle Hill Primary School - Rooksdown Campus a 210 place primary school will open in September 2015 for year R admissions.

The school will be built on the site next door to the Community Centre.

Plans and information are available at the Community Centre.

A great result for the Rooksdown community.

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Events



Rooksdown Community Association AGM

26 May 2015 at 10:18

All are welcome to attend the Annual General Meeting of Rooksdown Community Association

Monday 29th June

7.45pm

in the Community Centre

Summer Fair Sunday 5th July

26 May 2015 at 10:16

Dog Show Classes

Prettiest bitch / Best dog (male)
Best rescue
Best cross breed
Best pair (dog and owner)
Best dressed
Best in show (winners of above categories)

Competitions

Garden on a plate
Entries must be on a plate no bigger than 30 cm in diameter.

Cake in a box
Entries must be no bigger than a shoe box and will be judged purely on design.

Picture of the Watertower
Entries must be no bigger than A3 and can be in any medium (No photographs).

Rules

Each competition has three children’s age ranges:
Five years old and under
Six to eleven years old
Twelve to 16 years old
And one adult:
Sixteen years and above

Exhibits must be staged between 11:00 hrs and 11:30 hours on Sunday 5th July in the Community Centre and must not be removed until after 3pm.

Entries will be judged by public vote.


Harold Hillier Gardens Club 55 trip

26 May 2015 at 10:05

The next trip for Rooksdown's over 55 club is:

Harold Hillier Gardens
Leaving the Community Centre at 10am
Returning between 3pm & 3.30pm

Wednesday 27th May

Spaces still available.

To book please call the Community Association office on 01256 869626

Kindly supported by a grant from the Rooksdown Parish Council

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Community Centre

Find out about our community centre and how to book it.

To book the Community Centre call

0844 330 5231

Or complete the enquiry form.

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