It's a bit strange to read a newspaper headline, referring to a Road Chief, and then to realise they are referring to yourself.
There were long delays, following a two car collision on the Marchwood bypass yesterday. Let's hope that drivers and passenger involved will make a full and speedy recovery.
I apologise for the poor quality of the photograph, but it shows the building on the Marchwood Industrial Park that applicants for a planning permission are hoping to use to house up to 96 diesel powered electricity generators and 24 transformers.
This is a very useful guide for anyone who is interested in becoming a Councillor.
I never would have guessed that the crossroads at Ipley (just outside Marchwood) would have been the scene of so many serious accidents, including cyclist fatalities.
I know some motorists are being caught out by the new reduced speed limit, from 50mph to 40 mph, along the A35 from Redbridge into Totton.
Glass recycling text message reminders, a free Brand New Forest card to the first 15,000 sign ups, and free entry to a prize draw!
I am hugely relieved to have finally delivered all 10,000 survey leaflets across my Totton South & Marchwood division.
I attended a meeting today with the Parish Clerk, Highways Manager at HCC, the two District Councillors for Marchwood and a representative from Barker Mill Estates.
The Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) at Marchwood is busy and contributes a huge amount towards Hampshire County Council's recycling targets.
Fitness equipment for adults Something that’s now available in Marchwood, but not anywhere in Totton, outdoor fitness training equipment for adults. It will be interesting to see if this is used very much. I did spot a family using it over the weekend. Pretty impressive when the weather is cold! Who thinks something like this in Totton would be a good idea?
I must say, I rather like this arrangement of seating. It's been installed on behalf of Marchwood Parish Council in the park just behind St. John's Church.
I had just pulled up into the car park at Appletree Court, Lyndhurst today, ready for another meeting of the Cabinet at New Forest District Council.
The teams of refuse workers from New Forest District Council are out working extra hard, dealing with the big increase in household waste that is put out over the Christmas period.
It was really good to see the history celebrity, Dan Snow, backing the campaign to save Hythe pier and ferry service.
I am going out everyday, hoping to finish my survey of Totton South division, on or around Christmas.