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June Parish Council meetings

Due to the ongoing restrictions caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic Lyndhurst Parish Council has taken the decision to cancel its June Parish Council meetings.

We are taking the opportunity to gather together ideas for the future and will be back to regular meetings as soon as possible.

Please contact the Clerk (details on our website www.lyndhurst-pc.gov.uk) if you have any suggestions for future projects.

Please remember that Lyndhurst, Emery Down, Bank, Allum Green and Gritnam forms your parish and with your help we can make a difference.

Our Planning Committee meetings will go ahead by means of an email exchange between Councillors with the Planning Committee Chairman collating the replies and passing them through to the Clerk for onward transmission to the relevant officer at the New Forest National Park Authority with the Committee’s considered reasons and recommendation.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - reopening our high streets

The government has provided funding for us to support the safe reopening of high streets and other commercial areas following the coronavirus (COVID-19) shutdown.
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Lyndhurst Parish Council regrets that we have had to close Coles Mead Recreation Ground for the duration of the current restrictions in force brought about due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  We look forward to being able to welcome residents back once restrictions have been lifted but in the meantime your co-operation would be very much appreciated.

 M H Weston
Clerk to the Council
26 March 2020

Non-Native Invasive Plants (Japanese Knotweed, Himalayan Balsam, etc.)

The link below provides details of an initiative run by the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust (with the support of the New Forest National Park Authority) to help reduce the damage caused to the natural heritage of the New Forest by invasive non-native species.

https://www.newforestnpa.gov.uk/conservation/landscape-partnership/projects/new-forest-invasive-non-native-plants/

About Lyndhurst and the Parish Council

We are a vibrant and approachable Parish Council situated in the "capital" of the New Forest - one of the most beautiful parts of United Kingdom.

The village of Lyndhurst has excellent shopping facilities that cater for day to day needs as well as the frequent tourists who visit the region.

We have four churches a newly and beautifully refurbished infant school, numerous public houses, hotels and restaurants to suit all tastes.

The village is home to New Forest District Council, the Forestry Commission and the Verderers' Court.

It has a vibrant Community Centre and Museum, both conveniently situated in the car park.

Planning information with links to the New Forest National Park Authority can also be accessed from this website.

For the sporting enthusiast, there is an 18-hole golf course and we are surrounded by miles of open forest land for the peaceful enjoyment of walkers, horse riders and cyclists (Countryside Codes permitting).

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Latest Beat Report

Beat Surgeries

Safe At Home - Outside Bartley Post Office on Wednesday 1st July between 3-5pm.
Our next online Beat Surgery via our Facebook page will take place between 1 and 2pm on Monday 20th July.

Latest Clerk's Corner

Lyndhurst Calendar 2020

Air Quality in Lyndhurst High Street

Latest News

New Forest

Appeal for people to respect and care for the Forest during high fire risk weekend

New Forest organisations are appealing to people to please respect and care for the National Park and follow the New Forest code.

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Agendas

Read our latest available Agendas 

Councillors

Meet our councillors and the committees they stand on

Planning

Helpful planning information and advice 

Minutes

Read our latest minutes following our council meetings.

Interest and Information

Exploring Lyndhurst Parish

Take a walk around Lyndhurst Parish, following the map available in this leaflet

Discover Lyndhurst

Three short walks exploring our village and its links with the ‘real Alice’, Captain Arthur Phillip

Lyndhurst Heritage

A brief history of Arthur Phillip and the New Forest and Australian Connections.

Report a problem

Problems and issues on roads, footpaths and verges via Hampshire County Council.

Latest News

New Forest

Appeal for people to respect and care for the Forest during high fire risk weekend

New Forest organisations are appealing to people to please respect and care for the National Park and follow the New Forest code.

scam

ABC message

Do not ASSUME or BELIEVE that what you receive is genuine, always CONFIRM

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Help shape Hampshire’s library service for the future

Hampshire County Council is asking people who live, work and study in Hampshire to have their say on proposed changes to libraries.