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New Forest Community Information

Get in touch with societies and groups meet in your local area

If you would like to be included in our listing, please email us with your society name, a contact name, contact details and your website (if you have one) and we will happily add you to our comprehensive list below.

Hampshire County Council
The Castle,
Winchester,
SO23 8UJ
Tel: 0300 555 1375

New Forest District Council
Appletree Court,
Beaulieu Road,
Lyndhurst,
SO43 7PA
Tel: 023 8028 5000

Lyndhurst Parish Council
13 High Street,
Lyndhurst,
SO43 7BB
Tel: 023 8028 4928

Lyndhurst Library
Community Centre,
Lyndhurst,
SO43 7NY
Tel: 0300 555 1387

Brockenhurst Parish Council
Highwood Road,
Brockenhurst,
SO42 7RY
Tel: 01590 622829

Brockenhurst Village Hall
Highwood Road,
Brockenhurst,
SO42 7RY
Tel: 01590 622580

Brockenhurst Bowling Club
Secretary: Derek Place
69 Spittlefields, Ringwood
BH24 1QH
Tel: 01425 473855

Brockenhurst Cricket Club
James Butterfield
Tel: 07806 894716
brockenhurstcc.co.uk
brockenhurstcricket@gmail.com

Brockenhurst Flower Club
Jan Clarke
j.clarke@manchester.ac.uk

Brockenhurst Women’s Institute
Brockenhurst Village Hall
Highwood Road
Brockenhurst, SO42 7RY
Tel: 01590 622580

New Forest Model Railway Society
Brockenhurst Village Hall
Highwood Road
Brockenhurst, SO42 7RY
Tel: 01590 622580

Lyndhurst Community Centre
Main Car Park
Lyndhurst, SO43 7NY

02380 282267

Lyndhurst Football Club
Wellands Road
Lyndhurst
SO43 7AD
lyndhurstfc.co.uk

Lyndhurst Lawn Tennis Club
Sandy Lane
Lyndhurst
SO43 7DN
Tel: Tony Roe 07711 651692

Lyndhurst Drama and Musical Society
Vernon Theatre, Sandy Lane
Lyndhurst, SO43 7DN

02380 292531

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