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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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WELCOME TO NEW MILTON'S INTEGRATED INFORMATION COMMUNITY Website : We will appreciate any feedback you have about the site and any comments about errors or faults that you find using our Online Feedback Form.  If using a mobile phone or tablet, this website is best viewed in Landscape orientation rather than Portrait.  

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MONDAY 19TH APRIL  (Updated every weekday)  

CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) 

 

New Milton

 Prostate Cancer Screening Programme Community Garden Proposal

 

Neighbourhood Plan : Meeting Bookings

 

 

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FRIDAY 16TH APRIL  (Updated every weekday)  

 

  • The New Milton Residents' Association offer our condolences to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and to all her family at the sad loss of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

  • An online Book of Condolence is now available on the Buckingham Palace Website to capture thoughts and memories of the late Duke, and messages of sympathy to the Royal Family.

  • A period of National Mourning has begun in Hampshire following the death of His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

  • Message from Cllr. Alvin Reid, the Mayor of New Milton.

  • NEW ITEM : The Duke of Edinburgh’s Funeral will take place on Saturday 17 April 2021 at 3pm in St George’s Chapel, Windsor. The Funeral Service will begin with a National Minute’s Silence at three o’clock. The service will be preceded by a ceremonial procession inside the grounds of Windsor Castle.  

 

CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) 

 

New Milton

 Prostate Cancer Screening Programme Community Garden Proposal

 

Neighbourhood Plan : Meeting Bookings

 

 

General Interest

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THURSDAY 15TH APRIL  (Updated every weekday)  

 

  • The New Milton Residents' Association offer our condolences to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and to all her family at the sad loss of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

  • An online Book of Condolence is now available on the Buckingham Palace Website to capture thoughts and memories of the late Duke, and messages of sympathy to the Royal Family.

  • A period of National Mourning has begun in Hampshire following the death of His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

  • Message from Cllr. Alvin Reid, the Mayor of New Milton.

  • NEW ITEM : The Duke of Edinburgh’s Funeral will take place on Saturday 17 April 2021 at 3pm in St George’s Chapel, Windsor. The Funeral Service will begin with a National Minute’s Silence at three o’clock. The service will be preceded by a ceremonial procession inside the grounds of Windsor Castle.  

 

CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) 

 

New Milton

 Prostate Cancer Screening Programme Community Garden Proposal

 

Neighbourhood Plan : Meeting Bookings

 

  • NEW MILTON TOWN COUNCIL : You have until the end of today to send in your Nominations for The Citizen of The Year Award 2021 - make sure that you nominate that special person or group that has gone that extra mile to help their Community.

  • New Milton Town Council : Provisional dates announced for the restart of the 'Afternoons of Music' in July and August - Government restrictions at the time might affect these dates.

  • New Milton Town Council will be hosting a Neighbourhood Plan Briefing session on Monday 19 April starting at 6.30pm via Zoom.

  • New Milton Library : A ‘fines holiday’ will begin on Thursday 1 April and run until Tuesday 1 June 2021 to allow time for customers to safely return all overdue items. Any fines owed on overdue items, no matter how old, will be waived during this fines holiday. Items returned after this time, will be subject to overdue fines.

  • Keeping children and young people safe online can aid positive mental wellbeing. There are simple things you can do to help your children stay happy and safe online. From starting a conversation to boundaries and safety settings, discover top tips.

  • DiscoFit Classes currently online -45 minutes of aerobics to disco music.  Weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

  • New Adult Beginners Tap Dancing Class begins tomorrow online now but hoping to move to a Hall before too long - Soft shoes or socks on the carpet are fine - don't panic about tap shoes until you see if you like it.

  • It is now confirmed that the Michael Buble concert at Chewton Glen planned for this July has been moved to Monday 18th July 2022.  (Courtesy of The Daily Echo)

  • The Naked Pantry and Coffee New Forest in Station Road : As a hospitality venue, we are under a lot of pressure to maintain safety for everyone who uses our premises. We really have loved seeing do many wonderful people.  Keep supporting your independent retailers and help us stick to the rulebook!  (Repeat)

  • NEW MILTON NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN : On Thursday 29th April, the Residents' Association is hosting an Open General Meeting via Zoom at 3:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. to help you re-acquaint yourselves with The New Milton Neighbourhood Plan, what it means for the future of our Town and why it should be supported by a resounding 'Yes' Vote at the Referendum on Thursday 6th May.  Book now to reserve your place as we expect a heavy demand from members and other residents!  To read the full version of the Neighbourhood Plan, click on the picture below.  Places are now very limited.

 

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WEDNESDAY 14TH APRIL  (Updated every weekday)  

 

  • The New Milton Residents' Association offer our condolences to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and to all her family at the sad loss of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

  • An online Book of Condolence is now available on the Buckingham Palace Website to capture thoughts and memories of the late Duke, and messages of sympathy to the Royal Family.

  • A period of National Mourning has begun in Hampshire following the death of His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

  • Message from Cllr. Alvin Reid, the Mayor of New Milton.

 

CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) 

 

New Milton

 Prostate Cancer Screening Programme Community Garden Proposal

 

Neighbourhood Plan : Meeting Bookings

 

  • It's Market Day in Station Road today.

  • NEW MILTON TOWN COUNCIL/NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN  : There will be a Drop-In session at the Town Council Stall in the Station Road Market today (14th) where you can learn more about the New Milton Neighbourhood Plan, why it is so important for all residents of our town and why you should support it at the Referendum on Thursday 6th May.  Please go along and ask those who have been involved with the preparation of the Plan, any questions that you might have and/or pick up a leaflet about the Plan and the Referendum.

  • The deadline to register to vote for the May 2021 elections is approaching. You only need to register once, unless you change your address, name, or nationality. If any of these have changed, you need to register to vote again. Register to vote by 11:59pm on Monday 19 April.

  • NEW MILTON COVID SUPPORT GROUP : The time has come when the need for this group has reduced to such a level that it is no longer needed. Therefore we are ceasing our services from today. Thank you to all of you who were a part of making it such a fantastic group of neighbours who helped in so many different ways over the last year in our community.

  • COVID-19 : From the 12th - more businesses have opened, but indoor settings should be visited alone, or with household groups. Outside, six people or two households can meet.

  • If you're heading out shopping, remember to follow the guidance to keep everyone safe: Maintain a 2m distance from anyone not in your household or bubble, wear a face covering & wash or sanitise your hands frequently

 

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TUESDAY 13TH APRIL  (Updated every weekday)  

 

  • The New Milton Residents' Association offer our condolences to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and to all her family at the sad loss of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

  • An online Book of Condolence is now available on the Buckingham Palace Website to capture thoughts and memories of the late Duke, and messages of sympathy to the Royal Family.

  • A period of National Mourning has begun in Hampshire following the death of His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

  • Message from Cllr. Alvin Reid, the Mayor of New Milton.

 

CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) 

 

New Milton

 Prostate Cancer Screening Programme Community Garden Proposal

 

Neighbourhood Plan : Meeting Bookings

 

  • COVID-19 : From Yesterday (12th) - more businesses have opened, but indoor settings should be visited alone, or with household groups. Outside, six people or two households can meet.

    • All shops allowed to open
    • Hairdressers, beauty salons and other close-contact services can open
    • Shops will be able to extend their opening hours from 7am to 10pm to help customers avoid crowds
    • Restaurants and pubs allowed to serve food and alcohol to customers sitting outdoors
      • The 10pm curfew rule at pubs and requirement for a substantial meal to be bought with a drink will be scrapped
      • Customers must order, eat and drink while seated at a table
      • You must follow either the rule of six, or be in a a group of any size with no more than two households present
      • Every customer aged 16 and over will have to check in to NHS test and trace, or give contact details to staff
      • When not seated - for example being shown to a table, or going to the toilet - customers should wear face masks (unless exempt) and observe social distancing
    • Gyms and spas can reopen, as can zoos, theme parks, libraries and community centres
    • Overnight stays are permitted in self-contained accommodation with members of the same household or support bubble
    • Non-essential journeys between England and Wales are allowed
    • International holidays remain banned
    • Households cannot mix indoors
    • Weddings - up to 15 people
    • Funerals - up to 30 people, with 15 at wakes
    • Children will be able to attend any indoor children's activity
    • Care home visitors will increase to two per resident
    • Driving lessons can resume, with driving tests restarting on 22 April
  • If you're heading out shopping, remember to follow the guidance to keep everyone safe: Maintain a 2m distance from anyone not in your household or bubble, wear a face covering & wash or sanitise your hands frequently

 

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