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Posted on Oct 15, 2019 in News

Updated Village Directory available

Download your copy of the fully revised 2019/20 village directory, which details clubs, societies, helping organisations and charities in the parish.

Click here to download your copy

 

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Posted on Sep 9, 2019 in News

Beach Clean 21st September

Plastic Free Milford-on-Sea Beach Clean

21st September – 10.30am – 12 noon.  

Plastic Free Milford-on-Sea and Milford-on-Sea Parish Council have organised another Beach Clean on Saturday 21st September at 10.30am – 12 noon – meet outside the Needles Eye Café at Hurst Road. Everyone is welcome and all kit will be provided but bring your own protective gloves if you prefer and wear suitable clothing and sturdy footwear.

The Clean follows a very successful event in April which launched the initiative.  Over 45 people turned up and collected lots of rubbish from beach, including food wrapper, plastic bottles and even an old rusty saw.

The campaign has been organised by the Parish Council along with the Milford Visitor and Business Group and local businesses such as New Forest Paddlesport Company.  New Forest District Council is providing the beach cleaning equipment.  Together we’re tackling avoidable, throwaway plastic, from our beach, rivers and green spaces.

It’s not about removing all plastic from our lives. It’s about stopping using single-use plastic and changing the system that produces it.   Being a Plastic Free Community does not mean there is no plastic. Being a Plastic Free Community means we are starting work to turn the tide on plastic pollution. It means we are pulling together different aspects of our community; collaborating and including everyone to bring about the culture change we need to see. We are also part of a national network of communities all doing the same, backed up by the national campaigns and actions of Surfers Against Sewage.

For more details contact Sarah Pitt at the Parish Council – sarah.milfordpc@btconnect.com.

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Posted on Aug 22, 2019 in News

Drop-in Councillor Surgeries

Milford’s two District Councillors and its County Councillor are holding joint monthly surgeries for local residents to meet them and discuss any issues they may have.

 

All sessions are 10am – 12pm on the following dates:

 

Wed 28th August – Village Hall, Park Road

Thursday 19th September – Village Hall, Park Road

Wednesday 16th October – Community Centre, Sea Road

Thursday 28th November – Village Hall, Park Road

Thursday 16th January – Community Centre, Sea Road

Wed 19th February – Village Hall, Park Road

wed 18th March – Community Centre, Sea Road

Thursday 16th April – Village Hall, Park Road

Monday 18th May – Village Hall, Park Road

 

District Councillor David Hawkins:  david.hawkins@newforest.gov.uk.  01425 621 871

District Councillor Christine Hopkins: christine.hopkins@newforest.gov.uk.  01590 643 702

County Councillor Fran Carpenter:  fran.carpenter@hants.gov.uk. 01425 614 665

 

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Posted on Aug 19, 2019 in News

Change of Venue for Parish Council meeting 19th August

Please note, the location of the Parish Council meeting this evening (19th August) has been moved to the Community Centre, Sea Road, at 6.30pm.  this is due to the presence of NHS managers to discuss the future of the War Memorial Hospital.

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Posted on Jul 9, 2019 in News

District Council beach replenishment work

NFDC Coast Protection Group will shortly commence urgent repair works to a timber groyne and adjacent timber steps located approximately 200m west of the Whitehouse and opposite the houses in Shingle Bank Drive, Milford-on-Sea.  Beach levels dropped significantly along the NFDC frontage during the spring period this year and repair work is urgently required in order to reinforce a groyne in order to hold the beach, which in turn offers protection to the wall. The groyne is adjacent to a set of timber access steps, which are currently closed, but also scheduled for repairs at the same time.

 In order to undertake the work, the contractor will access the site from opposite De La Warr Road, tracking a machine across the road onto the grass and across the top of the cliff and bringing in materials by lorry to be unloaded on the cliff-top, adjacent to the works site. At this point, the contractor will erect a small compound on the cliff-top which will house a welfare unit etc. 

As the work is urgent in nature, it is scheduled to be undertaken from Monday8th July) with the work lasting approximately 1 week (subject to suitable tides and weather).

 The cliff top is adjacent to a SSSI and provides a habitat for important wildlife, particularly the Adder which is protected by Law. The contractor (Earlcoate Ltd) has been informed of this and fully acknowledges the need to be respectful to the flora and flora of the area that whilst carrying out the works.

 Subject to necessary funds, work to the remaining groynes along this section of coastline are then scheduled for repairs later in the summer (late August, early Sept 2019). This work will be larger in terms of scale and duration. More details be available on this nearer the time.

Download a plan here:   Works Information_Urgent repairs Groyne 25 and adjacent steps

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Posted on Jun 18, 2019 in News

Manor Road Closed for resurfacing 2nd July for 2 days

Message from Hampshire County Council Highways:

 

As part of Operation Resilience, Hampshire County Council’s programme to make Hampshire’s roads more resilient to the effects of extreme weather and heavy traffic, this is to advise of upcoming carriageway resurfacing works on Manor Road from Lymington Road to Knowland Drive.

The works are programmed to start 2nd July 2019 and are expected to last for 2 days. During which time the road will be closed to vehicular traffic between the hours of  09:30-16:00hrs. The road will be open during evenings.

The above timescales are weather dependent, any significant changes to the scheduled dates will be made clear on the yellow sign boards located at the works limits.

In order to help us to complete the work as quickly as possible, please ensure that no vehicles are parked on the road or in the laybys on the days of the resurfacing.

Please be aware any vehicles left parked on the road that prevent the works taking place, face the risk of being removed.

For your safety and that of our workforce, we are unable to guarantee vehicular access to and from your property during working hours. Pedestrian access will always be available.

The surfacing operation uses a separate bitumen layer in addition to the new asphalt carriageway surface. In order to avoid potential injury or damage, please do not walk across the carriageway during the works unless directed by a member of the workforce.

Thank you for your co-operation and, if you need more information regarding these works, please call our contact centre on 0300 555 1388.

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