The council has money to serve notices on residents when they've done nothing wrong but claim they have none to save respite centres or keep libraries open.
Please share this petition with your friends and family - don't forget to sign it yourself! The online petition is calling for the reopening of the Kentish Road Respite Centre. This has been set up [...]
This was a two day conference to discuss the challenges and to find solutions. It wasn't secret - in fact it was advertised on social media. It wasn't behind closed doors. We need to concentrate [...]
It is our duty to protect the public from the effects of drug use on our streets but we need to be cautious about being seen to reward or accept behaviour that has an element [...]
Bitterne Park has been rated 'good' by Ofsted in their latest inspection. It's good to see the school I attended doing so well.
It was a pleasure to attend the Abbeyfield House Christmas Party today with local Councillor David Fuller (a bit late in January!). We're always warmly welcomed and today was no exception. Abbeyfield House provides supported [...]
There will be two of the new plastic recycling bins on the East of the city - one in the recycling area in the Bitterne car park (behind Sainsburys) and one in Woolston (opposite the [...]
Bin collections in Southampton don't get back to normal until 15th January. Here is the revised dates your bins will be collected.
Do you know a community group that might benefit from funding for energy related improvements or activities? E.On have reopened its Energising Communities Fund and is seeking applications. Groups and charities can apply for funding [...]
Here is the lastest update from Southern Water on the new Woolston Waste Treatment Plant. The construction work will shut down for Christmas period from 12noon on Friday 22nd December 2017 through to Tuesday 2nd [...]