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The Alton Society 2014     Registered Charity No. 1077729
Neighbourhood Plan 2014/15 Alton’s
Neighbourhood Plan
2014/15

Copies of our booklet “Walks Among Alton’s Historic Buildings” now available from
Waterstones, Curtis Museum and Allen Gallery price £5.00

Click here for information about this vital initiative for the town, which the Society has been urging for years, and which is our opportunity to have some influence on what could, due to recent relaxation of planning laws, be extremely rapid and uncoordinated expansion of the town.



Neighbourhood Plan 2014/15 Walks Booklet For people who care about Alton..

Everyone can be a member of the Society.

It only costs £12.50 a year for two people at the same address - have a look at the membership page now


Join us... Click here to download handout

“EHDC cannot stop all the developments because at the moment, we do not have a Local Plan (Part 1 and 2) in place...”

planning+in+east+hampshire+handout+A3.pdf Nominations please...

This is the stage in the year when the Chairman invites nominations for the Society’s ‘individual’ award.

It was created ‘to acknowledge the personal contribution made by an appropriate individual towards work, voluntary or otherwise, that has been of outstanding value to the Alton community’.


Members of the Society are now invited to submit nominations for the 2014 Award, which should be sent as soon as possible, but at latest by 31 August, to Mike Heelis via email (mheelis@sky.com)or by post to 16 High Ridge, Alton, GU34 1QW.

Please support your proposal with a note of up to about 150 words.



Jennie Marlow
Last Year’s Winner