The rain was falling and the wind was blowing. It was a foul weather night but that did not stop the community of Waterlooville coming to the meeting in the Baptist Church to find out about developments in Waterlooville and listen to Councillor Tim Pike (deputy leader of Havant Borough Council and Head of Regeneration) explain the Local plan that was approved at the Council meeting last week and about to go out for consultation.
It was a lively evening with questions on recycling, Wellington Way, the old post office, Jubilee park,CCTV and Neighbourhood Watch. Notes on the meeting will be available on the Waterlooville Events Team blog, or make sure you come to the next meeting in May.
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The Waterlooville Events team have exciting programme for 2019. Kicking off with the resumption of the car boot sale in Waterlooville Precinct. The first one will be on Sunday 3 March from 10am till 1pm. Coming up will be the Pancake Race, Party in the Precinct, Classic cars, Art trail, and of course the cinema. All done by volunteers. Why don't you help? It is for our town. Contact us through our website: www.weteam.org.uk, by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org, on Twitter at: @WaterloovilleET, or either our blog or through Facebook: www.facebook.com/WaterloovilleEvents (share us!)
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