Clerk Corner

July 2017

As I write this column the weather is sweltering but by the time you read this I dare say all will have changed and we may well be back to our normal British summer.

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June 2017

The photograph shows a lady who will be very well known to many of you for all the volunteer work she undertakes at the Community Centre and also her very long association (over 50 years I believe) with the drama society in our village.

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May 2017

On Saturday 8 April the Parish Council held an open day at Lyndhurst Cemetery and St Margaret’s Chapel and this proved to be a very popular and successful event, all helped by some really beautiful weather.

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April 2017

At the March Parish Council meeting, our Parish Councillors chose two new Councillors.

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March 2017

Now don’t groan, everyone, because I’m back for the time being and wherever I go Clerk’s Corner isn’t far behind.

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July 2016

Read all about our Paws in the Park Dog Show later in Clerk’s Corner.

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June 2016

Our May meeting happens to be the meeting where Councillors elect a new Chairman and Vice Chairman

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March 2016

After an epic Clerk’s Corner last month I will try to keep it short and snappy

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May 2016

That’s another month gone by far too quickly for me. This year has been really busy so far.

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Cyclists

UK Cycling Event – 1st July

Please be aware that there will be a large number of cyclists on the roads between the start and finish times.
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(L-R: Christopher Tower Reference Library volunteer Patrick Keane, New Forest Knowledge Digitisation Officer Karen Clarke and New Forest Knowledge Project Officer Dr Katharine Walker working in the Library)

Discover the New Forest’s Past at the Christopher Tower Reference Library Open Day

Have you ever wondered what the New Forest looked like 100 years ago?
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July 2017

As I write this column the weather is sweltering but by the time you read this I dare say all will have changed and we may well be back to our normal British summer.
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