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Mill Chase Academy


At Mill Chase Academy we endeavour to be a part of our wider community by developing positive relationships with our parents and other community groups and partners.  This includes building closer links with our partner primary schools, agencies and services who support the school.

The Holme CE Primary School

Our hall lighting and ceiling are in a poor state - our children deserve more as do the community groups who use the hall each week. Our bid for Condition Improvement Funding was not granted by the Department for Education and while we have tried hard to make improvements ourselves through community DIY days, this last phase is more than we can manage on our own.

With help the hall will finally be worthy of our wonderful pupils and show them how much they are valued.

As the only school in Bordon applying for this funding, we would be grateful for your vote on the following website:

Alton Camera Club

Are you interested in improving your photographic skills?  Alton camera club has began its new season, the club meets in the Martin Read Hall, in the Forum Building at Alton College, at 7:30pm every Wednesday evening and will run through until the following April.

For more details click here

Bordon Food Bank

The Food bank is based in St Mark’s Church in Bordon and is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays between 10.00am - 12 noon.

Bordon Future Skills Centre

Basingstoke College of Technology has been commissioned by Hampshire County Council to deliver a comprehensive range of construction courses at its new Future Skills Centre in Bordon.  The centre which opened in September 2017 is a £3.8 million facility designed to meet the skills demands of employers in the construction industry.

The College will be offering general construction, brickwork and carpentry courses alongside apprenticeships and part time construction related programmes.  Courses will range from level 1 right up to HNC/HND for more advanced students.  Although the focus will be on training for the construction sector, the centre will also become a local hub for technical training and will host a broad adult and community learning programme for the wider community.

It’s not too late to apply for a full time course or an apprenticeship at the Bordon Future Skills Centre.  For more information including how to apply, visit our website, email us at or call us on 07818 421 546

Bordon Carers Hub Meet

Are you a carer?  Access support and information.  Find organisations and professionals or create an emergency plan.  Meet other carers in the Bordon area.  Care receivers are also warmly welcome.  From 10.00 am - 2.00 pm every last Wednesday of the month at The Chase Community Hospital, Conde Way, Bordon GU35 0YZ.  Call 01264 835246/835205 or email:

Bordon Youth Club

For young people in school year groups 7 - 9.  Every Tuesday at Bordon Youth Club, Mill Chase Road GU35 0ER 6.30 pm - 8.30 pm.  A fun place to hang out, chill with friends, play pool, games, do crafts or cooking.  Drop in or contact Liam Mooney on 07467 941006.

Youth Club Flyer

Cats Protection Haslemere

The Haslemere Adoption Centre accepts Cats for Re-Homing from Various Sources, including Local CP Branches, other Feline Rescue Organisations and the General Public.  Newly arriving Cats are assessed and any necessary Veterinary Treatments are carried out.  Staff work very hard to reduce any high stress levels and seek to match individual Cats with a New and Loving Home.

Potential Adopters are welcome to visit The Centre during our Normal Daily Opening Period 11.00 am - 3.00 pm apart from Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day when The Centre is closed.

We at cats protection do rely on volunteers to help us on a day to day basis, we have many different volunteer opportunities available at our centre.  We have DofE students come to us for their voluntary hours which is a brilliant experience for young people working towards their award.  Also general volunteering varies from morning cleaning sessions and socialisation to afternoon “cat cuddling” which is vital for reducing the stress and encouraging our more nervous cats out of their shell.  We also have foster and fundraising opportunities available if you were interested in a more behind the scenes role.”

If you are interested in adopting a cat, it is best to make an appointment for viewing.  Cats available for adoption are advertised on our website - See our "Adopt a cat" page - or on our Facebook page “Cats Protection Haslemere” or you can call us but on our busy days sending us an email would be a better way to contact us.

Community Solutions Whitehill and Bordon

Community Solutions Whitehill and Bordon is a community information service for people living and working in and around Whitehill and Bordon.

Community E-Bulletin – Sign up for our FREE fortnightly Whitehill and Bordon Community E-Bulletin. To subscribe click here.

To view the latest edition click on this link.  Distributed fortnightly, it is packed full of local events, activities and services of interest to residents living in the local area.

Deadwater Valley Trust

Deadwater Valley Trust is a local charity which manages the local nature reserve and Bordon Inclosure.  Our woodland, heath land, river, habitats and ancient meadow are managed by a team of Rangers, based at The Phoenix Theatre, Bordon.  We also organise a wide range of events and activities which promote the environment, nature and wildlife.  We engage with the community in a number of ways, through forum's networking, education, volunteering and hosting events in order to build and strengthen relationships whilst encouraging everyone to care about and look after their green spaces.

Deadwater Valley Trust Website

Facebook Page

For Radian Residents – Employment Support and Training (EST)

It is not easy to secure training, a job or even an interview, so Radian has set up EST to help give you the best chance of success.  If you are looking to get into employment or training, let them give you a guiding hand. Everyone is treated individually so that the service fully benefits YOU and your personal goals.  Call on FREEPHONE 0800 422 0570 or email.

Grayshott Cricket Club

Grayshott Cricket Club is an open to all club with two grounds at Grayshott Sports field and Broxhead Common in Lindford and provide competitive cricket for four Saturday adult teams and eleven junior teams from Under 8 through to Under 19.  The club also runs an Under 7 Cricket for Fun Section and arranges regular social events.

Adult and junior matches are played at both grounds although most coaching sessions are currently held at Grayshott.  Well known locally as a child friendly club, this is recognised through its Club mark accreditation and by being an England Cricket Board Focus Club. recognising its development of young cricketers.

New adult and junior members of all abilities are welcome and in the first instance they should contact Club Captain Gary Fillmore on 07767 830795  or Youth Manager Graham Sampson on 07826 523227.

The club also lets out for hire their pavilion at Broxhead Common with a fully licensed bar and is ideal for functions.  Anyone interested in hiring Broxhead pavilion should contact Katherine McCray on 07912 687887 or via email

More information about the club can be found on their website.


Joining your local ramblers is a great way to keep up the motivation and meet new people at the same time.  They meet on different days and go on varying lengths of walks.  Take a look at these websites to find out more information:

The Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre

The Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre is a vibrant venue delivering theatre, music, dance and comedy performance as well as a broad range of activities and workshops for people living in Hampshire, Surrey and beyond.  We have a cozy theatre space that seats up to 100 audience, a newly refurbished dance studio and a conference room.  Our bar is open an hour before every performance and is staffed by our very lovely volunteers.  For more information visit our website.

Soup Café

Monday's at Whitehill Village Hall the café is situated in Room 2 (enter via the side door) at Whitehill Village Hall and is open from 12noon until 2.00pm every Monday. Organised by St Matthew's Church. 

There is always a choice of at least two delicious home-made soups, served with fresh crusty bread or rolls and butter.  Hot drinks are also available.  There is no charge but donations are always welcome as the café is supported entirely by volunteers, who also make the soup.

Why not come along and try it?  It is an opportunity to make new friends and share a hot meal together, rather than having to prepare it yourself.

Squash in Bordon

A small group of squash players have started to play squash each Wednesday evening, (7.30 pm - 9.00 pm) at the Gymnasium at Prince Philip Barracks, Bordon.  This is not a club, and attracts mainly players who have no ambitions to play competition squash.  They play for the love of the game or to keep fit.  Players contribute to the cost of the court fees, typically £5-6 a night per person.  Contact Joe Walters at

Wednesdays at Whitehill

Every Wednesday from 10.30am at Whitehill Village Hall.  Meet friends and enjoy activities.  Community Transport is available for a small charge of £1.00 each way, lunch is also available for £2 and is served at 12.30pm.  All welcome. Contact Val Bywater on 01420 362123 or email.

Whitehill and Bordon Community Association

This charity manages Forest Community Centre and Pinewood Village Hall and helps new community projects to develop in Whitehill and Bordon. 

Activities range from fitness classes to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings to a daily Pre-school and a Bridge Club.  Visit their website to find out more.

Whitehill and Bordon Regeneration

The Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company, the joint venture between Rochester Regeneration and Taylor Wimpy UK, brings together two companies with significant experience in listening to communities and delivering large scale regeneration schemes.


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