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Dated AUGUST 2018

Petersfield Society is a charity led by volunteers working for the Petersfield community to conserve and enhance the special character of this historic market town and make it a place more attractive, enjoyable and distinctive to live, work and visit.

We are a member of Civic Voice, the national charity representing hundreds of local civic and amenity societies in communities across England.

 

We aim to:

  • Provide a voice for the community on local development and environmental issues;
  • Protect and improve the quality of life in Petersfield and the surrounding countryside;
  • Encourage the protection of buildings of architectural or historical interest;
  • Encourage the maintenance and enhancement of the natural environment;
  • Influence future planning and design for the town and surrounding villages;
  • Participate in the development of local and district policies relating to townscape, landscape, traffic and the countryside;
  • Campaign for or against any issues which affect the locality;
  • Support local enhancement projects and foster a sense of community pride.

About Petersfield Society

Litter-pick for Remembrance 2018

 

We’re aiming to make the town and villages as litter-free as possible before Remembrance Sunday 2018. Please contact beth@petersfieldsociety.org.uk for details. Schools, businesses and organisations are warmly encouraged to join the Society, individuals and families in this quest.

Open Forum and Workshop

 

EQUALITY IN ACTION

Monday 12 November 2018. 7.00pm for 7.30pm

 

United Reformed Church Hall, College Street

 

with

Dr Abbi Childs MB BCh MRCPsych

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Consultant Psychiatrist for Older People. Dementia Care Specialist

and

Beth Svarovska MA (Cantab)

Pilates Teacher working with the Multiple Sclerosis Society

 

This Forum will focus on the accessibility of Petersfield, its services, businesses,

shops, societies, groups, clubs and places, and is for residents, those who work

in or visit the town, professionals, businesses, developers, schools, community

and voluntary organisations and other service providers.

 

HOW CAN PETERSFIELD BECOME A FULLY

ACCESSIBLE TOWN FOR ALL TO USE AND ENJOY?

 

EVERYONE’S VIEWS ARE IMPORTANT. THE WORKSHOP

WILL ENSURE THEY ARE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT.

 

This event is organised jointly by Petersfield Society and Councillor

Julie Butler, EHDC Deputy Leader responsible for Welfare and Community.

 

PETERSFIELD SOCIETY OWL AWARDS 2018

will be presented at this Forum by

President Tony Struthers OBE MA MRTPI

 

 

The venue, United Reformed Church Hall, has level access and a hearing loop.

Contact us

 

email enquiries@petersfieldsociety.org.uk

 

The Petersfield Society, Winton House, 18 High Street,

Petersfield, GU32 3JL

 

If you would like to Join the Petersfield Society, you can do so here:
https://webcollect.org.uk/psoc

 

To join our mailing list go to:  http://eepurl.com/bBIw5

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i-Tree Survey Report

The Petersfield i-Tree Survey Report is available in printed format from Petersfield Town Visitor Centre and can be downloaded in pdf format by clicking the above image.

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