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Annual Carol Service
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Annual Carol Service

New Milton Town Mayor invites you to attend the Annual Christmas Service on Saturday 1st December at 6pm at St Mary Magdalene’s Church in New Milton.   Featuring performances by La Nova Singers and New Forest Children’s Choir. See below for more information.

New Milton Remembers its Residents
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New Milton Remembers its Residents

New Milton Town Council invite members of our community, young and old, to join us at 11am on Thursday 23 August 2018, at the Memorial Clock on Station Road, when we will acknowledge and remember the 26 New Milton Residents who died in the town during World War II.

New Milton’s Silent Soldiers
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New Milton’s Silent Soldiers

  We are pleased to announce most of our Silent Soldier Silhouettes have now been installed around the town.  Look out for them at the following locations – Tommy silhouettes at Ashley Gateway, Chewton Glen Entrance, Caird Ave Jct, Caird Ave/Tesco Roundabout, Milford Road wildflower area, Walkford Gateway and Bashley Gateway.  Also four Tommies will be...

New Milton Citizen of the Year 2018
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New Milton Citizen of the Year 2018

Press Release New Milton Annual Towns Meeting   The New Milton Citizen of the Year Award 2018 was presented to a very worthy winner, Doris Stanley, who had been nominated by a list of friends and volunteers who appreciate everything Doris does in the community.  The Town Mayor, Cllr David Rice-Mundy was delighted to present...

Musical Youth Concert
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Musical Youth Concert

New Milton Town Council Presents An Afternoon of Music at the Performance Pavilion on Sunday 20 May 2018.  A showcase of our young musical talent from 2-4pm.  This is a free event!   And on the same day we will be hosting the Teenage Market on the Recreation Ground from 12-4pm – do come along to...

Barton Common
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Barton Common

A very special, and notably rare area of lowland heath-grassland, designated a Site of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC). This habitat is an oasis of rich bio-diversity supporting nationally important plant species, such as heath spotted orchid and heath milkwort. As well as plants, there are birds to see such as Linnets, Yellowhammers, Whitethroats, and...

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