Lymington & Pennington Town Council - "By Sea & Forest Enchanted"
Enjoy a leisurely stroll through historic Lymington Historic Town Trail [11Mb]
Woodside Fairy Trail Map [2Mb] Follow the enchanting trail in Woodside Park to find where 'The Fey of Woodside' dwell.
PROPOSED OUTDOOR GYM EQUIPMENT
Lymington & Pennington Town Council wish to know what outdoor gym equipment you would like to use in our beautiful open spaces.
Rowing machine for 2 persons
Seated Leg Press
All suggestions welcome
Bath Road, Lymington
Pennington Sports Ground, Lodge Road
Lymington Meadows, Lower Buckland Road
Further suggestions welcome
Please email email@example.com with your suggestions.
Players meet on Tuesday afternoons 2pm-4pm. Newcomers are welcome and can be supplied with all the kit required.
A social session takes place each Thursday from 6pm, which is growing more popular.
If you would like to get involved, you are welcome to turn up at 2pm on Tuesdays or call Chris on 01202 425063 for more information.
Hampshire County Council has around 3500 roadside salt bins located across the highway network.
The bins are filled with a 50:50 mix of salt and grit and this can be freely used by members of the community for de-icing pavements and smaller access roads. It only takes a tablespoon of salt/grit (approximately 20 grams) to treat one square metre, so a full bin can treat a substantial area.
If your local salt bin is less than ¾ full and needs re-filling through the winter, click here www.hants.gov.uk/transport/roadmaintenance/severeweather/salting.
Our office opening hours are:
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 09:00-16:30
We are located at:
Town Council Offices
LYMINGTON SPORTS GROUND PAVILION UPGRADE STARTS /CONTRACTOR APPOINTED
Lymington & Pennington Town Council is pleased to announce the commencement of the £344,000 extensive refurbishment programme on the Lymington Sports Ground Pavilion.
The Town Council has appointed contractor HH Drew to deliver the programme which once completed will provide new changing rooms and toilets plus improved disabled user facilities and an upgraded and extended clubroom.
The scheme is being funded with grants from the Football Stadia Improvement Scheme and the ECB, plus developer contributions and Town Council resources.
BURRARD NEALE MONUMENT
The Council is supporting an initiative to improve and restore the obelisk and surrounds erected in memory of Admiral Sir Harry Burrard Neale at Walhampton. This monument can be seen from various points in the town. For more information on this important project, please click here Burrard Neale Brochure [5Mb]
Although Lymington & Pennington Town Council does not repair roads, potholes and pavements, issues can be reported online at http://www3.hants.gov.uk/index/transport/roadproblems.htm where you can also view progress of items reported.