The service will allow Fareham Borough Council to remain informed about issues that we are aiming to eliminate from Fareham. The mobile phone (SMS) texting and (MMS) multimedia messaging service allows you to send a text message while you are out and about with your mobile phone. Text the Council regarding;
First, save the number 07876 131415 to your phone (see your mobile phone instructions on how to do this). This is important as you never know when you will need to use it. If you notice an area needing attention, text your message to us. Please be as descriptive as possible.
Example 1 - Benches at the memorial garden in Osborne road vandalised
Example 2 - Bandstand in West Street vandalised
Example 3 - Rubbish dumped in the Titchfield children's park
Example 4 - Meters at the High street car park north entrance smashed
Example 5 - Abandoned Car at the back of a Council Property
If you would like a reply please include the word 'REPLY' to your message.
Tell us what you think about Fareham, how you think we can improve things for young people, tell us what we do well, or simply just tell us your ideas. Please prefix your message with 'YOUTH'.
Yes, if your mobile phone has the capability to send photographs, sometimes referred to as 'photo messaging' you can send them to 07876 131415. Some mobile phones are able to record and send video clips as well as photographs. These types of multimedia messages can also be sent.
The cost of sending a text or multimedia message is dependant on the mobile phone tariff you use. (Refer to your mobile network service provider for details of charges) . The Council does not make any additional charge.
Your text or multimedia message will go directly to Fareham's Customer Service Centre who will then inform the relevant Department of the problem.
Short Message Service (SMS), is a text based messaging service for mobile phones. SMS messages can be sent between mobile phones (even across phone networks), and can also be sent from the World Wide Web. The number of characters in the message is usually 128-160 characters.
With Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), you can combine photographs, images, video clips, text and sound in a single message. The number of characters in a text message is usually 500 characters. Like SMS messages, MMS messages can also be sent between mobile phones and from the World Wide Web. To use these facilities on your mobile phone, it must be MMS compatible and your mobile network service provider needs to provide the service. Contact your mobile network service provider for further details on sending MMS messages.
MMS messaging is sometimes referred to as 'photo messaging', 'picture messaging', 'media messaging' and 'picture and video messaging'.
You can ring on (01329) 236100, write, e-mail, fax or come in to the Civic Offices. Full details of all our contact details are available on the contact us page.
For more information please contact the Customer Service Centre on Tel: 01329 236100, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or send a text message to 07876 131415.