Hawkenbury Village Blog

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Hawkenbury Village goes digital

Those of you lucky enough to have received your summer newsletter, will have seen the article that the village association is going digital. After 24 years of collecting membership fees at the door, we...

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Concept Design for the Hawkenbury Pump Track

The HVA, Cllr Tracy Moore and officers from the council met with representatives from Velosolutions this morning, in the Recreation Ground, to look at the proposed site and concept design for the pump track. The...

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Coppicing in the High Woods

Many of you are aware of the issues that we have had in the High Woods, where the farmer has built a road from High Woods Lane to Hawkenbury Road. The landowner has been...

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Hawkenbury Primary delayed until 2020

The Hawkenbury Village Association received the following statement regarding the new primary school in Hawkenbury. Berkeley Homes have completed the groundworks on the site and handed over the ‘keys’ on 31 July 2018 as...

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Hawkenbury Primary may be delayed

The HVA chair, Dean Kenward, held a meeting on Monday, 2 July 2018 with Cllr Rankin from KCC and Cllr Moore from TWBC, about the size and plans for the new school. The school...

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We need your help

The Hawkenbury Village Association is run by a group of volunteer committee members and we are looking for local residents to join us on the committee to help continue the work we do. Without...

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Dust update 2 – 28 June 2018

The following emails were received in response to resident’s concerns about the dust being generated by the Hawkenbury Farm development. I noticed a jet washer on the Maryland Road entrance yesterday afternoon and there...

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Dust Update: 27 June 2018

Tom Mills, the senior site manager, for Berkeley Homes paid me a visit on Monday after my email to him. He states that Berkeley Homes were in the process of appointing an air quality...

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Dust everywhere

We are concerned about the large amount of dust being generated by the Hawkenbury Farm site and have written to Tom Mills, Site Manager, for Berkeley Homes about it. Our email is below. If...

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Crossing to nowhere

Berkeley Homes have created a regulated pedestrian crossing to nowhere, as part of the changes to the road infrastructure for the Hawkenbury Farm Development. In July 2017, Berkeley Homes submitted a planning application to...