Tuesley Farm Consults on Increased Polytunnels Proposal

The Hall Hunter Partnership, owners of the Tuseley Farm soft fruit business, is inviting Hambledon residents to view its latest proposals to extend polytunnel covering.

The business, which grows strawberries, blueberries and raspberries on the farm that occupies land between Tuesley Lane and Hambledon Road, and is partly within the Hambledon boundary, has already previewed its plans to local parish councils and is in pre-application discussions with planners at Waverley Borough Council.

It will hold two “walk-in” exhibitions to show the proposals to members of the public; the first on Tuesday October 20th, between 11am and 2pm, and the second the following day, Wednesday October 21st between 5pm and 8pm.

The exhibitions will take into account Covid-19 restrictions. Please use the farm entrance in Tuesley Lane, opposite Milford Hospital.

If you would like to attend please register by email to edyta.zygora@hallhunter.co.uk Time slots will be allocated by October 19th.

More details can be found on the flyer from the farm, but please note that the contact email address above is correct, not the one on the following poster.

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