Car Boot Sales - Joanna Hayward March 17, 2017

Car Boot Sales

Our Amenities Committee have reviewed the booking process for car boots at Fawcetts Field and amended the conditions of use effective 1 April 2017.

Car boot organisers must write to the town council during the first week of April with their preferred dates for the following year and then the town council will allocate dates evenly among organisers.   Bookings are subject to a maximum of 5 car boot sales per group.

Download conditions of use Car Boot Sales – Conditions of Use 1 April 2017

Download booking request form Car boot booking request form


Youth Coordinator - Joanna Hayward March 10, 2017

Youth Coordinator

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Silma Ramsaywack to the post of Youth Coordinator and warmly welcome her to New Milton Town Council.

Silma spent over 20 years working with young people in various capacities. Most recently she has been working with Young Carers, identifying suitable activities for young carers in the New Forest. She makes contact visit or works with individuals and groups to develop activities that would be suitable for the various ages of young carers – also taking into consideration the very particular needs of the young people.

Silma is also currently making contact with youth clubs in other areas of the Forest in order to work with them to include some young carers in the area. As they work within an equal opportunities framework, it’s important to ensure the activities are inclusive. As there are limited funds, she has to ensure that the cost of these activities is affordable to the organisation.

Regarding her new appointment with New Milton Town Council, Silma says:

“I am really looking forward to starting my new role as Youth Coordinator in New Milton from 1 March 2017.

Over the years in my different roles with young people, I have developed productive working relationships with a variety of agencies. In my current role, I have to work well with the host landlords who also provide a lot of voluntary support to the young people. This is time well spent, particularly when it leads to a positive move on and outcome for the young person and a sense of satisfaction for the host landlord.

I have encouraged young people who have benefited from Supported Lodgings, to be mentors to other young people thinking of coming in to the service. I’ve also encouraged them to take part in the Client Involvement Committees, who have a say in the development of the services. Services work better if the young people feel they are being heard, and their concerns taken seriously.

As I have lived in New Milton for over 30 years, I have good working relationships with statutory and voluntary agencies in the area. My children and grandchildren have attended schools and clubs in the area, as well as the special needs services. In the past, I have been a governor of a local school and served on PTAs.

I have taken an active role in community activities. Within a year of moving to New Milton, I started the Ashley Community Playgroup, the first of its kind in the area, which involved a committee of parents and community members, running a non-profit making charity group. I’m pleased to say it’s still going strong.”

Silma is contactable on 01425 619120 or by email Silma Ramsaywack.


New Milton Neighbourhood Plan - Joanna Hayward March 8, 2017

New Milton Neighbourhood Plan

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MARCH 2017 SURVEY

A survey is being distributed to every home in New Milton next week.

You can also complete the survey online at: www.newmiltonplan.org.uk

 

DROP IN EVENT

Wednesday 22 March

11am-8pm

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

Tell us your views

We ALL have the chance to influence future development in the Town and YOUR opinion counts.

The results of this survey will determine the principles and driection of the Neighbourhood Plan for New Milton so it is very important that you, your family and your neighbours take this opportunity to give your views.

In October, 2016 we asked for your hopes and concerns for the future of New Milton – particularly the 930 new homes proposed in the town by New Forest District Council (NFDC)*.

Over 400 responses were received from a wide range of age groups.

The overall message you gave us was that you want New Milton to be a more vibrant town that’s easy to get around, has more affordable homes for younger people and families, and keeps its semi-rural feel.

We now have choices to make about how many new homes there should be and where they should be located. To help us with this, we have three questions to ask you about:

Affordable homes         • Town Centre regeneration

• Locations for new homes

The paper and online survey need to be returned by 24th March 2017

If you do not receive your Survey Form:

please complete the survey online at www.newmiltonplan.org.uk

or request a form by email request a form

Survey forms will also be available from the Town Hall and Library.

*NFDC Local Plan Review 2016-2036. Part 1 Planning Strategy consultation.

 

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