Dear Residents of Lyndhurst
The Covid-19 virus is certainly on all of our minds and we cannot underestimate the risk it poses. The Government will be making decisions on a national basis about how to manage the threat and these decisions may, in turn, provide additional challenges for individuals and for our community.
However, at the same time, this is an opportunity for residents to come together to support one another, especially our more vulnerable neighbours. The Parish Council is keen to help all residents. Neighbourhood Watch groups along with your Facebook Group Community will be able to play a particularly important role.
We are happy to be of assistance in any way we can.
Councillor Chris Willsher
Chair, Lyndhurst Parish Council
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Help for vulnerable and frail people
If you know of vulnerable people who do not have support from families, friends or their local community, and who need urgent assistance with practical issues, they can call this Hampshire County Council support line: 0333 370 4000
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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
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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.
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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