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Spring into Action 2024

Spring into Action toolkit 2024The Spring into Action Toolkit is now available as part of this year's Whitehill and Bordon Spring into Health event!

The toolkit is a collection of daily activities to enjoy throughout the month of May encouraging early years and primary aged children to walk, wheel, scoot and cycle with their families and head out to explore the local area. 

Download the Whitehill and Bordon Spring into Action Toolkit 2024

You may choose to follow The Green Loop, Bordon Inclosure, Hogmoor Inclosure, Deadwater Valley Nature Reserve or venture slightly further and head to the scenic South Downs National Park or Alice Holt Forest. Wherever you go, you can have fun with the suggested daily activities, which this year are around the theme of 'using the senses'. You will also find a daily human and animal fun fact for each sense!


Whitehill and Bordon Travel Survey Reports are now available

Thank you to the 538 residents from Whitehill and Bordon who responded to the town-wide travel survey (17 October to 13 November 2022). We are grateful for the support of local organisations that helped promote the survey. 

This year, two Elected Representatives and one organisation responded on behalf of their members.

The travel survey reports can now be viewed here,

Headline Report 2022

Data Report 2022

Green Loop Report 2022



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Local information

Latest updates about Whitehill and Bordon Transport Schemes from Hampshire County Council.

For local news and information visit Whitehill and Bordon Regeneration Company.

Take a look at the Whitehill and Bordon Smarter Travel Map, a helpful guide to make your journey easier, healthier and more convenient.

Whitehill and Bordon Living Streets Group

Whitehill and Bordon Living Streets Group (a local volunteer group of the UK charity for everyday walking) has been set up to give residents of Bordon and the surrounding area a voice on transport-related matters. Working together with other organisations, we aim to promote sustainable travel as an alternative to car use locally and support the government/council/developers to deliver what the residents want. We meet monthly.

Find out more at Whitehill and Bordon Living Streets Group, like us on Facebook 'Whitehill and Bordon Living Streets' or email:

Local Councils

Whitehill Town Council

East Hampshire District Council

Hampshire County Council Travel Planning Team


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