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    Welcome to The New Milton Residents' Association (NMRA)

    The Association has designed this community website both for members of the Association and all who live in our town, as well as the thousands of visitors who come to New Milton, Barton on Sea, Ashley and Bashley - and the surrounding New Forest.  Why not think about joining us?

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    New Milton - Twixt the Forest and the Sea

    New Milton is a vibrant and lively town located between the rolling hills of The New Forest and the sea, west of the Solent.  Bournemouth is some 10 miles west of New Milton and Southampton 20 miles to the East.

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    Popular walking country

    The area is popular with walkers, adjacent as it is, to the 145 square miles of The New Forest and with the Cliffs and Beachside walks at Barton on Sea.

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FRIDAY 26TH FEBRUARY  (Updated every weekday)

 

STOP PRESS : If your Journey is necessary :  This Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th February planned engineering works will be taking place on the South Western Railway network - with Replacement Buses operating in our area.

 

CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) 

 

New Milton

Collection & Deliveries (Updated 5th Feb)     

 

Register for 'Meet the Council' Meeting Prostate Cancer Screening Programme  Proposals for a 'Community Garden'

 

  • THE NEW MILTON NEIGHBOURHOOD  PLAN :  The Town Council has just been informed that the long awaited referendum  on the Neighbourhood Plan will now take place on Thursday 6th of May.  This is an important date for New Milton insofar as a majority vote will address development features identified by residents and help guide development in the town over the coming 20 years or so.  Your town council will be working hard to reacquaint all sections of our community with the wishes expressed in the consultation process during the plan development and how the Neighbourhood Plan provides policies to address the wishes expressed by our residents. The Residents' Association and this Website will play their part in helping to reacquaint everyone just what this Plan means to us all and how important it will be to express your views on Thursday 6th May. More information will be published in the weeks and months ahead.   (Repeat)

  • On Thursday 6 May, residents will also go to the polls to have their say on who represents them, in the Hampshire County Council elections and to vote for the Hampshire Police & Crime Commissioner - three ways to cast your Vote.    (Repeat)

  • New Milton Town Council meetings could be broadcast online in a bid to improve communication with residents.   (Courtesy of The New Milton Advertiser & Times)    (Repeat)

  • HM GOVERNMENT : Individuals who need to self-isolate because of coronavirus will still be able to vote in the local elections through new emergency proxy voting measures.  (Repeat)

  • Information from our Coastal Medical Partnership on the Covid-19 Vaccination process locally - updated on 18th February.

  • Latest Information from The Coastal Medical Partnership.

  • Another message from The Coastal Medical Partnership - If you are aged 65-69 and have not yet received an invite from us or the national booking programme, then you can book your own appointment at one of the mass vaccination centres by visiting this NHS website.

  • NEW FOREST DISTRICT COUNCIL : At a meeting of the Full District Council held last night (25th) the recommendation to set a Council Tax level of £1,923.90 for 2021/22 was accepted.  This is an average figure based on a Band 'D' property and is an increase of £87.55 (4.77%) over the equivalent figire for 2020/21. (A Link to the Recording of this Meeting will be available later).

  • NEW FOREST DISTRICT COUNCIL :  Residents questions answered - Our waste and recycling team held a question and answer session on social mediaon the 25th February 2021. We answered questions from our residents about what we can all do to reduce waste and recycle more to help protect our environment and planet.   (Added 10:40 hrs - 26th Feb)

  • The online training package, developed by Public Health England, is now available for Residents who are supporting children and young people affected by coronavirus (COVID-19).

  • For parents and grandparents - How School and College Qualifications will be judged in 2021.

  • Members of The New Milton Residents' Association will receive their copies of the monthly FOCUS Magazine within the next few days and those who have elected to read online will receive the password information in a Bulletin during today (26th). 

  • All Residents are invited to attend the Open AGM of The New Milton Residents' Association at which there will an an opportunity to hear from Local Councillors about the projects they are currently involved in, during the 'Meet the Council' session which will form the main part of the Meeting, which will be held using Zoom.  There will be an opportunity to raise issues of concern to you during the Q & A session.  Numbers are limited, so you are make your Booking this weekend, so that the Zoom links can be sent out in plenty of time for the Meeting on Saturday 13th March at 10:30 a.m. 

  • Prostate Cancer UK has announced ‘March the Month’ which is a virtual walking challenge everyone can get involved with. Walk 11,000 steps a day throughout March for the more than 11,000 dads, partners, grandads, sons, brothers, uncles, and mates who die from prostate cancer every year. Sign up and raise money to fund lifesaving research at https://marchthemonth.prostatecanceruk.org/

  • Coinciding with 'March the Month' promoted by Prostate Cancer UK,  The Lions Club of New Milton  are working in partnership with the Graham Fulford Trust to offer men a simple finger prick test that can be done at home - a very worthwhile opportunity for men across the New Forest to look after a particularly important aspect of their health.

  • As a Resident of New Milton how do you feel Survey about the current Roadmap for easing the Lockdown restrictions -  from the Publishers of the 'In your Area' website.

  • HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL : £2.1 billion of public spending on the ongoing delivery of important local services to the people of Hampshire in 2021/22 has been approved by Hampshire County Council (25th February) including setting the increase of 4.99% in Council Tax from the County Council. Budget plans for 2021/22 approved focus on the ongoing work in tackling COVID-19, support for vulnerable children & adults, and key investments in Hampshire’s roads & infrastructure to support economic recovery, as well as climate change mitigation.

  • HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL : Next week, 1st - 5th March is National Careers Week - HCC is encouraging young people to check out its comprehensive set of careers advice and information, all available online.

  • Sunday (28th) Church Services

 

General Interest

  • My Smile for the Day

  • USEFUL/INTERESTING WEBSITES : Have you tried out Radio Garden?   You turn the globe on the front page and can tune into thousands of local radio stations around the world. 

  • Hampshire Music Service : 'The Show Must Go On' - performed by HMS staff featuring colleagues from our exciting new primary school rock project, "Rock2theBeat".

  • Virtual attractions during Lockdown 3 - including a trip on SS Shieldhall, Big Cat Safari at Marwell Zoo, a visit to The Bombay Saphire Distillery and much more.

  • WIN a Hampshire Hamper full of lovely local goodies worth £80 for a Mother's Day treat. 

  • Age UK :  If you ever need support, Age UK is here for you. Our free Advice Line is open 7 days a week, 8am-7pm on 0800 169 65 65. Or, if you’re feeling lonely and want a friendly chat, day or night, you can call The Silver Line on 0800 4 70 80 90.

  • On this Day in History.

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THURSDAY 25TH FEBRUARY  (Updated every weekday)

 

CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) 

 

New Milton

Collection & Deliveries (Updated 5th Feb)     

 

Register for 'Meet the Council' Meeting Prostate Cancer Screening Programme  Proposals for a 'Community Garden'

 

  • THE NEW MILTON NEIGHBOURHOOD  PLAN :  The Town Council has just been informed that the long awaited referendum  on the Neighbourhood Plan will now take place on Thursday 6th of May.  This is an important date for New Milton insofar as a majority vote will address development features identified by residents and help guide development in the town over the coming 20 years or so.  Your town council will be working hard to reacquaint all sections of our community with the wishes expressed in the consultation process during the plan development and how the Neighbourhood Plan provides policies to address the wishes expressed by our residents. The Residents' Association and this Website will play their part in helping to reacquaint everyone just what this Plan means to us all and how important it will be to express your views on Thursday 6th May. More information will be published in the weeks and months ahead.   (Repeat)

  • On Thursday 6 May, residents will also go to the polls to have their say on who represents them, in the Hampshire County Council elections and to vote for the Hampshire Police & Crime Commissioner - three ways to cast your Vote.    (Repeat)

  • New Milton Town Council meetings could be broadcast online in a bid to improve communication with residents.   (Courtesy of The New Milton Advertiser & Times)    (Repeat)

  • HM GOVERNMENT : Individuals who need to self-isolate because of coronavirus will still be able to vote in the local elections through new emergency proxy voting measures.  (Repeat)

 

General Interest

Events & Activities - Leisure Time

  • My Smile for the Day

  • The New Forest Awakening Festival started on Monday (1st)  New Forest organisations, businesses and charities are taking you behind the scenes to learn about the nature and climate emergencies – and everyone’s invited. The New Forest Awakening Festival led by the New Forest National Park Authority with a range of partners is an online festival throughout February. People can discover why the New Forest is so special, its role in the climate and nature emergencies, what people are already doing to protect it and how everyone can help. Check out this week's events.

  • On this Day in History.

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WEDNESDAY 24TH FEBRUARY  (Updated every weekday)

 

CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) 

 

New Milton

Collection & Deliveries (Updated 5th Feb)     

 

Register for 'Meet the Council' Meeting Prostate Cancer Screening Programme  Proposals for a 'Community Garden'

 

  • THE NEW MILTON NEIGHBOURHOOD  PLAN :  The Town Council has just been informed that the long awaited referendum  on the Neighbourhood Plan will now take place on Thursday 6th of May.  This is an important date for New Milton insofar as a majority vote will address development features identified by residents and help guide development in the town over the coming 20 years or so.  Your town council will be working hard to reacquaint all sections of our community with the wishes expressed in the consultation process during the plan development and how the Neighbourhood Plan provides policies to address the wishes expressed by our residents. The Residents' Association and this Website will play their part in helping to reacquaint everyone just what this Plan means to us all and how important it will be to express your views on Thursday 6th May. More information will be published in the weeks and months ahead.   (Repeat)

  • On Thursday 6 May, residents will also go to the polls to have their say on who represents them, in the Hampshire County Council elections and to vote for the Hampshire Police & Crime Commissioner - three ways to cast your Vote.    (Repeat)

  • New Milton Town Council meetings could be broadcast online in a bid to improve communication with residents.   (Courtesy of The New Milton Advertiser & Times)    (Repeat)

  • HM GOVERNMENT : Individuals who need to self-isolate because of coronavirus will still be able to vote in the local elections through new emergency proxy voting measures.  

General Interest

Events & Activities - Leisure Time

  • My Smile for the Day

  • Free Courses to feel more confident and develop your digital skills - from learning how to use a computer to activities and games to help children learn new skills; and from getting a job to launching a new business, charity or career. We’ve got courses and resources to help get you started.

  • The New Forest Awakening Festival started on Monday (1st)  New Forest organisations, businesses and charities are taking you behind the scenes to learn about the nature and climate emergencies – and everyone’s invited. The New Forest Awakening Festival led by the New Forest National Park Authority with a range of partners is an online festival throughout February. People can discover why the New Forest is so special, its role in the climate and nature emergencies, what people are already doing to protect it and how everyone can help. Check out this week's events.

  • On this Day in History.

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TUESDAY 23RD FEBRUARY  (Updated every weekday)

 

CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) 

New Milton

Collection & Deliveries (Updated 5th Feb)     

 

Register for 'Meet the Council' Meeting Prostate Cancer Screening Programme  Proposals for a 'Community Garden'

 

  • THE NEW MILTON NEIGHBOURHOOD  PLAN :  The Town Council has just been informed that the long awaited referendum  on the Neighbourhood Plan will now take place on Thursday 6th of May.  This is an important date for New Milton insofar as a majority vote will address development features identified by residents and help guide development in the town over the coming 20 years or so.  Your town council will be working hard to reacquaint all sections of our community with the wishes expressed in the consultation process during the plan development and how the Neighbourhood Plan provides policies to address the wishes expressed by our residents. The Residents' Association and this Website will play their part in helping to reacquaint everyone just what this Plan means to us all and how important it will be to express your views on Thursday 6th May. More information will be published in the weeks and months ahead.

  • On Thursday 6 May, residents will also go to the polls to have their say on who represents them, in the Hampshire County Council elections and to vote for the Hampshire Police & Crime Commissioner - three ways to cast your Vote.

  • New Milton Town Council meetings could be broadcast online in a bid to improve communication with residents.   (Courtesy of The New Milton Advertiser & Times)

General Interest

Events & Activities - Leisure Time

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MONDAY 22ND FEBRUARY  (Updated every weekday)

 

STOP PRESS :  Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a statement to the House of Commons on the roadmap for easing lockdown restrictions in England. (Added 17:09 hrs)

CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) 

New Milton

Collection & Deliveries (Updated 5th Feb)     

 

Register for 'Meet the Council' Meeting Prostate Cancer Screening Programme  Proposals for a 'Community Garden'

 

  • THE NEW MILTON NEIGHBOURHOOD  PLAN :  The Town Council has just been informed that the long awaited referendum  on the Neighbourhood Plan will now take place on Thursday 6th of May.  This is an important date for New Milton insofar as a majority vote will address development features identified by residents and help guide development in the town over the coming 20 years or so.  Your town council will be working hard to reacquaint all sections of our community with the wishes expressed in the consultation process during the plan development and how the Neighbourhood Plan provides policies to address the wishes expressed by our residents. The Residents' Association and this Website will play their part in helping to reacquaint everyone just what this Plan means to us all and how important it will be to express your views on Thursday 6th May. More information will be published in the weeks and months ahead.

  • On Thursday 6 May, residents will also go to the polls to have their say on who represents them, in the Hampshire County Council elections and to vote for the Hampshire Police & Crime Commissioner - three ways to cast your Vote.

  • New Milton Town Council meetings could be broadcast online in a bid to improve communication with residents.   (Courtesy of The New Milton Advertiser & Times)

 

General Interest

Events & Activities - Leisure Time

  • My Smile for the Day - back by popular demand !!

  • Employment Opportunity : Graduates and career changers to child and family social work are to be given hands-on training to become the next generation of social workers as part of the UK Government’s Plan for Jobs which is protecting, supporting and creating jobs across the country.

  • Employment Opportunity : New Forest District Council - Housing Business Development Officer.

  • The New Forest Awakening Festival started on Monday (1st)  New Forest organisations, businesses and charities are taking you behind the scenes to learn about the nature and climate emergencies – and everyone’s invited. The New Forest Awakening Festival led by the New Forest National Park Authority with a range of partners is an online festival throughout February. People can discover why the New Forest is so special, its role in the climate and nature emergencies, what people are already doing to protect it and how everyone can help. Check out this week's events.

  • On this Day in History.

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