Clerk Corner

Clerk’s Corner – October 2020

We are now back to face to face meetings at Lyndhurst Community Centre having held our first meeting since March on 8 September.

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Clerk’s Corner – September 2020

Ultimately it was a little early for all of us to have a meeting in August so we are trying again and our first meeting back in action will be on Tuesday 8 September at 7.15 pm. 

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Clerk’s Corner – August 2020

August already and the village is starting to become busy again. 

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Clerk’s Corner – July 2020

So, as I write this column towards the end of June there is hope that the move out of lockdown is having some success.

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Clerk’s Corner – June 2020

Back again for the June Clerk’s Corner and as I write we are still in lockdown although everything seems to be easing now

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Clerk’s Corner – May 2020

Well, there certainly have been some changes since I wrote the April Clerk’s Corner.  

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Clerk’s Corner – April 2020

I know it’s stating the obvious but what a difference a month makes sometimes

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Clerk’s Corner – March 2020

As I write this month’s article our Planning Committee Chairman and some fellow Councillors are preparing to visit the offices of Hoburne in Christchurch

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Clerk’s Corner – February 2020

During January representatives from Hoburne, the new owners of the Lyndhurst Park Hotel, visited our offices

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Clerk’s Corner – December 2019

St Michael and All Angels church are hosting a ‘Policing in your community’ evening on Friday 6th December at 7.30pm.

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Community First Responders

Annual Parish Champions

Lyndhurst Parish Council was finally able, for the first time in almost two years, to celebrate with its residents
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Clerk’s Corner August 2021

I would like to start on a high note and thank the generous residents and the business who have each donated ...
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Clerk’s Corner – July 2021

So high summer is here and Lyndhurst is buzzing with activity (and, unfortunately, traffic). Firstly, can I express my thanks to District Councillor Hilary Brand and the staff at the Fox & Hounds for diligently watering the plants in the plant border island outside their shops. I know Hilary would like to see planters all…
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