eNewsletter 30th September 2018

Sunday 30th September eNewsletter 

Parish Council Meeting 7.30pm Mon 1 st Oct Danby Room 
Minstead  Road Closure 4th Oct + 2 weeks – Lyndhurst Road & Road to Football Green 
Minstead History Group 8pm Tues 9 th Oct Social Club 
Harvest Festival Concert 7pm Sat 13 th Oct All Saints Church 
Harvest Festival Service 10.30am Sun 14 th Oct All Saints Church 
Free Composting Sessions 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm Sat 20 th Oct Study Centre 
(limited availability) 
Half Term Fun 11am-3pm Mon 22 nd – Fri 26 th Oct Furzey Gardens 
Traditional Bread Making 10am-5pm Sat 27 th Oct Study Centre 

Click on the links above to find out more. 
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You’ll have seen the signs, . . . . follow the link above, or here is the gist of what’s happening 

“ROADS TO BE CLOSED: Those lengths of:

  1. C151 Lyndhurst Road Minstead between its junction with Church Lane and its junction with Newtown Road.
  2. U139 (Road to Football Green) between its junction with Bull Lane and its junction with C151 Lyndhurst Road adjacent The Trusty Servant.


  1. From the southeastern point of closure, southeast via C151 Lyndhurst Road to its junction with A337 Romsey Road; south via Romsey Road to its junction with Lyndhurst High Street; east via High Street to its junction with Gosport Lane; south, west and northwest via Gosport Lane, Goose Green and Chapel Lane to its junction with A35 Bournemouth Road ; west via Bournemouth Road to its junction with C17 Emery Down Road (Stoney Cross Plain Road) ; northwest via Emery Down Road to its junction with Newtown Road at Robins Bush; northeast via Newtown Road to the northwestern point of closure and vice versa except from junction with Chapel Lane and Bournemouth Road Lyndhurst, east via Bournemouth Road and High Street to its junction with Romsey Road; north via Romsey Road etc.
  2. From the northeastern point of closure east via Football Green Road to its junction with C151 Lyndhurst Road; west via Lyndhurst Road to the southwestern point of closure and vice versa.

PERIOD OF CLOSURE: From 4thOctober 2018 for a period of 3 months or until completion of works whichever is sooner. (Notwithstanding the above it is expected that the closures will be required for no longer than a total of two weeks.)

Reasonable facilities will be provided to allow access to adjacent premises while the work is being carried out.
If you have any queries please contact Hire-A-Lite Tel: 0844 332 9009 or New Forest District Council’s Transportation Section, Tel: 02380 285260, traffic@nfdc.gov.uk”

As the nights draw in, New Forest residents are reminded to follow some simple tips to increase their home security. 
This comes after four burglaries at insecure properties in New Milton over the weekend. 
For the tips and further information visit: 

Click here to visit the New Forest Parishes website for news and information about Services.

This Sunday 30th September there is  no morning service. Instead Rev. David Potterton will lead (and play at) a Taize service – calming, peaceful and spiritual-  at 6pm at All Saints. Everyone is welcome so please come along.

  • Click here to find out more about our Harvest Festival Concert of Gregorian Chant and secular music for organ and flute at 7pm on Saturday 13th October.  Ticket £8.50 from the Trusty Servant.
  • The Harvest Festival Service will be held the following day at 10.30am on Sunday 14thOctober.
  • A further reminder that the Church Tower Fund Appeal would be grateful for any of your unwanted possessions in reasonable condition for auction.

For details please contact: 
Sylvia Dibben tel 02380 812967 ​ e.mail Sylvia@dibben.net 
Helen Bennett tel 02380 812358 e.mail helen.bennett160@yahoo.com 
Please note that the Minstead All Saints PCC has a new email address  minsteadpcc5@gmail.com 

welcomes a survivor from the Holocaust Education Trust 
How We Used To Live will hear testimony from Holocaust survivor, Henry Schachter, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET).  The testimony will be followed by a question and answer session to enable those present to better understand the nature of the Holocaust and to explore its lessons in more depth. The visit is part of the Holocaust Educational Trust’s extensive all year round Outreach Programme across the UK. 
Tuesday 2 October 2018 at 7.30 pm 
In Emery Down and Bank Village Hall. £3.50 on the door. 
There are no Planning Applications out for consultation this week 
Visit the NPA website for further information

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