Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return

More details available here (PDF)

Fawley Parish Council – Comments on Southern Water Consultation, Water For Life – Hampshire

View the comments of Fawley Parish Council at the meeting held on 18 March 2021

Consultation by Southern Water

Details of the consultation may be read here as a PDF

water for life consultation

Covid-19 Roadmap to Recovery

Food Larder

The Food Larder is a community larder run by volunteers for the benefit of their local community. It is a membership scheme aimed at helping people make their money go further by reducing food shopping bills (members can make a considerable saving each year).

Audit Conclusion

Conclusion of Audit Notice 2019-2020


The Parish Council staff continue  to follow government advice and work from home as much as possible. The telephone has been redirected – if you do need to contact the council please telephone  07902 509 748 between the hours of 9am and 3pm.

The New Forest District Council Local Information Office located at the Jubilee Hall in Fawley is now open on Wednesdays and Friday 9am – 5pm.

Help for vulnerable and frail people

If you know of vulnerable people who do not have support from families, friends or their local community, and who need urgent assistance with practical issues, they can call this Hampshire County Council support line: 0333 370 4000  This is a service for Hampshire residents only.

Local Coronavirus information and support


The Mission of Fawley Parish Council is:

‘To develop and sustain a sense of community within the parish of Fawley by addressing environmental, economic and social issues and delivering quality services to our Parishioners’.

Fawley Parish Council is one of the largest Parish Council in the New Forest with 15 Councillors around 36 permanent staff and boasts some impressive facilities and amenities which can be viewed on this web site.

The Parish is made up of Fawley, Blackfield, Calshot, Langley, Holbury and Hardley villages with a population of around 15,000 people and is located in the most southerly area of the Waterside within the New Forest with its shore line opening onto the Solent.

The Council is committed to the provision of facilities and resources to its residents and is developing a range of events, activities and new projects to bring the community together and develop local networks.

Latest SCAM Alerts

Listed below are the latest scam alert posted by Hampshire county council and Hampshire Constabulary.  Please visit the Scam Alerts homepage for more Scam information.

Buy With Confidence

Buy This Confidence - Trading Standards Approved

Prevent ‘Rogue Traders’ by using the ‘Buy With Confidence’ Scheme – Members of Hampshire County Council Trading Standards Buy With Confidence scheme are fully audited to ensure their trading practices are legal, honest and fair.

All members have been checked for trustworthiness and compliance with consumer protection laws. Details can be obtained by telephoning 01962 833620, emailing or via the website

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