North East Hayling
Residents Association





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Havant and Hayling Island Household Waste Recycling Centres are being prepared to reopen during week ending 15th May, for people to use where it is essential they do so because they cannot store their waste without causing a risk of injury, health or harm.

Hayling Helpers is a a terrific group of willing volunteers providing ways of getting provisions, medicines, meals, pet foods/stuff for vulnerable residents during the COVID-19 crisis. They are also there to call if you're feeling lonely and need a chat.

Their new website also provides a list of local traders and useful information on how they are adapting their operations to serve customers.

Havant Borough Council also have a helpline for vulnerable people for help during the coronavirus pandemic. It can be used by residents who do not have support from families, friends or their local community and who need urgent assistance with essential food or household supplies, collection of medication, or who are at risk of loneliness.

To find out what Havant Borough Council services are affected go to Coronavirus update for all Havant Borough Council Services



Further improvements to the broadband infrastructure now give some properties the ability to get speeds up to 330 Mbps!

To find out what service you should be able to receive check here.







Hayling Island

The north eastern part of Hayling Island, Hampshire comprises the village of Northney and the hamlet of Tye, in the midst of farmland and surrounded on three sides by the sea. There are about 260 houses in the area and the population is approximately 650.

Hayling Island is an island shaped like an inverted T which is about 4 miles long by about 4 miles wide. A bridge at the north end connects the island to the mainland at Langstone.

The North East Hayling Residents' Association is your voice in local issues. Contact us with your concerns, news, photos, details of events.


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