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  The Neighbourhood Plan looks to the future of Botley Parish until 2036.
When Adopted, EBC has to take it into account in Planning Applications and other matters.
For more details click on NP Information
Return to the 80's - Planet 80 Tribute Band
Live Music at the Market Hall 8:00 to 10:00pm 4th May 2024
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Notice of all Uncontested Parish Council Elections in Eastleigh
Click on link below for details (opens in a new window/tab)
The PDF has results for all uncontested wards in Eastleigh so scoll down to find those for Botley.
(if you have the Adobe Acrobat reader installed it will open directly)

If you would like to become a co-opted Parish Councillor for Botley then please contact 

Things to do


 Botley is well placed for visiting local attractions with lots to see and do for a great family day out.

Surrounding Botley is the beautiful and peaceful Manor Farm Country Park, which comprises of 400 acres of scenic farmland edging the River Hamble.  Within the park lies the historic Manor Farm, a working Victorian farmyard. There are many walking, cycling and horse riding trails within the park and the Queen Elizabeth Activities Centre which provides sporting and leisure activities for special needs visitors.

If you enjoy walking there are a variety of self-guided trails around Botley which provide glimpses of Botley’s history and take in the beautiful countryside.

Botley Mills is well worth a visit. Currently being restored, the Mills today offer many independent and specialist shops.  In September, Botley Mills participate in the Heritage Open Days scheme where visitors can tour the old mills and see the plans for the new museum and heritage centre.

Fairthorne Manor is a YMCA and holds a number of day and residential camps for children and groups.
There are two equestrian centres within and around Botley; Pinkmead Farm and Shearcroft.

Seeing and being a tourist is thirsty work! So why not stop for coffee at Delicieux, our French themed cafe, or find the delightful Elsie's Traditional Teashop at the very end of the Square in the direction of All Saints' and Botley Primary.   And of course there are the pubs and Restaurants.



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