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The New Milton Memorial Centre   :   The New Milton Community Association

Forest Arts Programme  :  New Milton Library Programme

Events & Activities in :-  LymingtonMilford on Sea Highcliffe and Christchurch

Lymington - Films at Lymington - Lymington Town Tours - St Barbes Museum

Christchurch - Red House Museum - Regent Centre

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MONDAY 2ND OCTOBER

MEETING OF THE FULL NEW MILTON TOWN COUNCIL

   The Town Hall.  2 Ashley Road,  New Milton.  BH25 6AS

   7:30 pm

   All are welcome to attend

   01425 619120

   E-Mail the Town Hall

   Town Council Web Site

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TUESDAY 3RD OCTOBER

BINGO EVENING + FISH AND CHIP SUPPER - NEW MILTON & BARTON ON SEA BRANCH OF THE RNLI.

   New Milton Community Centre.  Osborne Road.  New Milton.  BH25 6AE  

   7:30 pm until 10:00 pm

   £9.50 to include 7 games and Supper - Tickets on Sale at Weldon & King (Estate Agents) at 57 Station Road. New Milton

   Anne Goulding

   01425 616106

   secretary.nm.bos.rnli@gmail.com

Additional games can be purchased. Raffle, CASH Prizes, RNLI calendars, diaries & Christmas Cards will be on sale as well as tea & coffee. Bring your own drinks, nibbles & pen.

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WEDNESDAY 4TH OCTOBER

BREAKFAST NETWORKING MEETING - NEWBIZ : THE NEW MILTON BUSINESS GROUP

   Chewton Glen Hotel.  Christchurch Road,  New Milton

   7.45 am for 8:00 am start to 9am.  Then Networking from until 9.30am.

   £10.00 for members :  £15.00 for Non-Members

   Gill Hepburn

   gilllhepburn@stationfinancial.com  

   www.newbiz.org.uk

To book in, please do so through Eventbrite.  * Please park in the Main Car Park at The Chewton Glen and head to the Main Entrance.

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SATURDAY 7TH OCTOBER

THE FESTIVAL OF CHOIRS 2017 - Organised by The New Milton Residents' Association Community In Action Team

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

   6:45 pm Doors Open - Festival at 7:30 pm

   £8.00 - Children £4.00

   Marie Morgan

   01425 501315

   E-Mail for more information

  Web Site to book Tickets

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SATURDAY 7TH OCTOBER

QUIZ NIGHT

   Bashley Village Hall.  Bashley Road.  Bashley.  New Milton  

   7:30 pm

   £6 per person includes hot supper -  bring your own drinks and glasses.

   Check Web Site for more information nearer the time  

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THURSDAY 12TH OCTOBER

A NIGHT WITH TOM JONES - NEW MILTON FRIENDS GROUP

   Hoburne Holiday Park.  Sway Road.  Bashley.  BH25 5QR   

   Doors open at 6:30 pm  - Show at 8:00 pm

   £12.50

   Watch the Web Site  

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SATURDAY 14TH OCTOBER

NEW MILTON CRAFTS AND LOCAL PRODUCERS AUTUMN FAIR

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

   6:45 pm Doors Open - Festival at 7:30 pm

   Admissions by Donation :  Stall Charges see Web Site

   Alan Watson

   07771 754025

    alan.watson@newmilton.net

   www.newmilton.net/events/events2017.html

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SATURDAY 14TH OCTOBER UNTIL SUNDAY 29TH OCTOBER

NEW FOREST WALKING FESTIVAL 2017

   Various venues  

   To be confirmed

   Free to aLL

   Festival Web Site  

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WEDNESDAY 25TH UNTIL SATURDAY 29TH OCTOBER

A DOLLS HOUSE - WRITTEN BY HENRIK IBSEN : THE NEW FOREST PLAYERS

   Ballard School Performing Arts Centre.  Fernhill Lane.  New Milton  

   7:30 pm

   To be advised

   Players Web Site

 One of the best-known, most frequently performed of modern plays, A Doll’s House richly displays the genius with which Henrik Ibsen pioneered modern, realistic prose drama. In the central character of Nora, Ibsen epitomised the human struggle against the humiliating constraints of social conformity. A Doll’s House shows his gifts for creating realistic dialogue, a suspenseful flow of events and, above all, psychologically penetrating characterisations that make the struggles of his dramatic personages utterly convincing. 

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