Latest from NATC

You may think it a bit early and to be honest so do we. But almost certainly, as we write this in November, your Christmas decorations are still in the old cardboard box sat on that hard to reach shelf near the very back of the garage (the garage that you swore to yourself you’d […]

Extraordinary LPP2 Full Town Council Meeting

A Full Town Meeting dedicated to the reviewing the Soundness criteria of the Alresford LPP2 recommendations is scheduled for 7.30 Wednesday 18th November, Main Hall ARC.

Questions must be submitted 3 days in advance of the meeting to the Town Council Offices or email

Introducing the new NATC website

We are pleased to be able to introduce the new New Alresford Town Council website. We are still populating the site with information, but we hope that the new site will prove to be easy to use and informative. If you have any comments or suggestions on the new site, then we’d love to hear […]

October 2015

The smoke and smell of log fires has been wafting over Alresford recently – an early reminder that autumn is near. A reminder echoed by the cries and laughter of children as they return to school; memories of summer fading to the growl and throb of vehicle engines as the school run enlivens the chillier […]

Latest News – September 2015

Last month was something of a washout – weatherwise at least. Whilst Alresford dripped gently under the frustrating drizzle and shoppers rushed from cover to cover, wishing for their forgotten umbrellas, farmers fumed at their unharvested fields and festival goers danced in muddy and noisy splendour. A typical British summer (but at least we won […]

August 2015

It is a fine summer and Alresford basks in warmth and light. Baskets of flowers bring bright colours and heady scents to our main streets and the town thrums to the buzz of bees and throngs of tourists. It also thrums, of course, to the hoot and rumble of traffic and the boomcrash-boom of construction […]

Dogs (Fouling of Land) Act 1996

Alresford has been an area with some irresponsible dog owners for a few years.’. Winchester City Council (WCC) do carry out occasional patrols in the area but it is difficult to catch offenders. Offenders need to be identified. You are asked to provide names and addresses of owners where they fail to clear up after […]