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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
Click here (opens in a new window/tab) for more information
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 

Family Day Out

Come to Botley for a family day out with a difference, with lots of opportunity for fun and discovery.

Start your day by parking in one of the village car parks and head to Botley Quay, along Church Lane: a peaceful area perfect for a picnic where children have the space to run about and see what is going on on this tributary to the River Hamble. From Botley Quay, continue along Church Lane to Manor Farm where you can enter the country park, stopping to feed the ducks at the pond. Children will love Manor Farm – a Victorian working farm where they can see farm animals and meet some of the characters who help to run the farm (admission prices apply) After visiting the farm, stop for refreshments at The Pantry at Manor for some tea and cake.  (Please note: Church Lane is approx 1 mile and is a country lane with no pavements).  You can either retrace your steps or continue back along Brook Lane where shortly after meeting the main road you will find the 'Green Flag' status High Street Recreation ground with childrens play area, walks through the trees, and even more spaces to run around.

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