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Town Groups

Main Groups focussing on Town Issues and Activities

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New Milton Community CentreNew Milton Memorial Centre
Bashley Village HallLocal ChurchForest Arts
Other Locations
 

Many groups are not currently running due to the Coronavirus pandemic - please make contact with a group contact to learn the latest position

 

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New Forest Bike Project CIC

New Forest Bike Project (NFBP) is a social enterprise and registered Community Interest Company (CIC, number 10327640) which takes in unwanted bicycles and then repairs, restores and relocates them. We aim to help people from all walks of life get out on two wheels and for it to be an inclusive and fun experience

  www.newforestbikeproject.org/

  Refurbishment Service

  07818 403114

  louis@newforestbikeproject.org

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we’ve suspended group & individual close working sessions. We’re still open for bike drop-offs/collections for servicing and donations BY APPOINTMENT ONLY & following govt. safe guidelines. We can do local pickups in the van too. Hopefully we’ll be back to near normal September onwards but may still be taking appropriate precautions.

Information last updated on 12 September 2020. For corrections please e-mail.

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New Milton Residents' Association

The New Milton Residents' Association (NMRA) is an Association which represents the residents of the Parish of New Milton, including the areas of Ashley, Bashley and Barton on Sea. We work together to represent the collective views of our cohesive community, to highlight important issues and to work in partnership with others to make New Milton a better place to live, work and play.

  www.nmra.org.uk

  Community Centre, Osborne Road, New Milton. BH25 6EA

  Regular Programme of General Meetings on a Tuesday

  2:15 p.m. and 7.00 p.m

  £6.00 which includes 12 issues of FOCUS monthly magazine and free attendance at General Meetings + advice and guidance

  Visitors attendance at General Meetings £3.00

  Alan Watson (Chairman)

  07771 754025

  chairman@nmra.org.uk

Information last updated on 17 August 2020. For corrections please e-mail.

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New Milton Town Partnership

The New Milton Town Partnership is a registered charity which has been in existence since 2004. It was formed as a result of the Town Plan to work on thirty community projects which had been identified to improve the future economy and vibrancy of the town. The initial programme of activities has been successfully completed and new opportunities for the community are constantly being identified and developed. Where appropriate we work in partnership with other local organisations to manage and deliver new ventures and proposals. We welcome suggestions, new ideas and members to the Partnership. The Committee  is made up of volunteers who bring a wide range of skills, expertise and local knowledge to the Partnership, by working together to improve people's lives, help develop our young people, tackle issues of deprivation, and promote and enhance New Milton through its environment and heritage in order to ensure a strong and successful future for the town. 

  www.nmtp.co.uk/

  New Milton Memorial Centre. Whitefield Road. New Milton. BH25 6DE

  Various Dates

  John Evans - Chairman

  01425 610943

  office@nmtp.org.uk

Information last updated on 6 August 2020. For corrections please e-mail.

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New Milton Twinning Association

New Milton is twinned with Canteleu, a suburb of Rouen in Normandy, which has a population of 20,000. There has been a link since 1991, but officially twinned since 2000.Visits are made once a year to alternate countries and visitors stay with members of the Association.

  Twinnig Coffee Mornings. The Barn, Gore Road. New Milton

  Second Wednesday of the month

  10:30 a.m until Noon

  £15.00 Couples / £10.00 Single

  Sue Caswell (Chair)

  01202 483981

  suecaswell@tiscali.co.uk

There is also a French Circle, for learning French conversation, not too advanced and this meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month at Member's Houses. Monthly entertainment Meetings are usually held in the Guide Hut - Lake Grove Road.

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 The towns of New Milton and Canteleu, a suburb of Rouen in Normandy, have a twinning arrangement between their respective communities. 

The two dormitory towns are twinned by virtue of the fact they are both the same distance from a ferry port (Le Havre for Canteleu, and Portsmouth for New Milton), and both have nearby, adjoining forests.

The Twinning Charter was formally signed on 20 January 2001. Its objectives are:

·         To establish and maintain reciprocal links of friendship.

 

·         To encourage and develop mutual understanding and respect between the inhabitants of New Milton and Canteleu.

 

·         To promote exchanges between young people, adults, clubs, associations, groups, and all categories of people in New Milton and Canteleu.

 

·         By this Charter, the towns of New Milton and Canteleu commit themselves to a solid and binding friendship between their peoples.

Prior to the signing of the Charter, The New Milton and District Twinning Association was formed in the spring of 1991 and a link was made with Canteleu at that time, a town of approximately 20,000 inhabitants.

The “Twinners” enjoy coffee mornings and pastries together, partake in an informal French circle for conversation, and share a varied social events calendar arranged throughout the year.  They also arrange group visits to France and continue to maintain friendships and regular contact with the French “Twinners”.

The Twinning Association have also formed a friendship link with Buchholz in der Nordheide, a German town in Lower Saxony near Hamburg, which has been twinned with Canteleu for more than 30 years. Canteleu is also twinned with Wolow, Poland & Kongoussi, Burkina Faso.

The Association look forward to welcoming new members.  For more information please contact the Chairman, Sue Caswell on 01202 483981.

AT THE CURRENT TIME THE ASSOCIATION’S ACTIVITIES ARE RESTRICTED

DUE TO THE COVID PANDEMIC.

Information last updated on 15 September 2020. For corrections please e-mail.

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