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The Alton Society 2014     Registered Charity No. 1077729
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

Storm of  planning applications Planning
Highmead House Planning Application  ref 55250/001
Land South West of Highmead House, Old Odiham Road, Shalden, Alton
Outline application - Residential development of 120 houses comprising 48 affordable and 72 open market houses
Public comments by 8 Oct.
Next Flood Meadows Group

Sunday 16 November

10 am - noon-ish

Inside Tanhouse Lane Entrance

All welcome

Old clothes - hard work - fun
Neighbourhood Plan 2014/15
The Alton Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group has organised a 'Policy Options' Day which will take place between 1000 and 1600 on Saturday 22 November in the Assembly Rooms.  Drop by anytime to see and comment on the next steps in this vital piece of work which will have such an influence over Alton.
Further details to follow.
Successful AGM Outgoing Chairman, Mike Heelis, gives his report to a packed AGM at the Swan
About 80 people, including the Town Mayor, Cllr Graham Hill, Leader of the Town Council, Cllr Peter Hicks, Town & County Cllr, Andrew Joy, and our Member of Parliament, Damian Hinds, attended the AGM on Saturday 15 Nov.
Outgoing Chairman, Mike Heelis, outlined the events and achievements of an extremely busy year. Treasurer Peter Holden showed the society’s accounts to be in a healthy state.
Bob Booker was elected as Chairman and Barbara Burfoot as Vice-Chairman.
Martin Small, of English Heritage, did us proud with an entertaining and highly informative address.
Many thanks to the Swan Hotel.