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.
South & South East In Bloom - 2016 Awards
Lymington & Pennington did 'blooming' well this summer by achieving the following coveted awards:-
Pennington Common - Commons/Open Space of the Year Award
Woodside Gardens - Gold Award
Pennington Common - Silver Gilt Award
Lymington & Pennington Towns - Silver Gilt Award
St Thomas Churchyard - Silver Gilt Award
It's easy to see why when we have such beauty to enjoy in our locality . . .
Lymington High Street
Lymington Meadows Play Area
Woodside Wild Flowers
The Petanque terrain at Emsworth Road park is being thoroughly enjoyed this summer.
'Lymington Petanque' playing 'Bournemouth U3A' on 25 August 2016
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.
NEW SKATE PARK
Our fantastic new Skate Park at Woodside was officially opened on 16 August 2016, with professional skateboarder demos and ice cream enjoyed in the sunny weather.
PLAY AREA, LYMINGTON MEADOWS
On 12 July 2016, Mayor Dunning (with the help of children from Lymington Church of England Infant School), officially opened the newly refurbished play area at Lymington Meadows in Lower Buckland Road. The trampoline and zip line proving to be the favourite features!
LYMINGTON ITALIA FESTIVAL 2016
Much fun was had by all at the Lymington Italia Festival, with a magnificent parade of Italian cars and delicious Italian food market.
The weather was kind and the event raised £1200 for the Oakhaven Hospice Trust.
(Left-Right: Jack Manley (Freestyle Web Design), Graham Bell (Absolute Graphics), Mike Denny (Oakhaven Hospice Trust),
Andrew Peters (Deep Blue Financial) Mayor Barry Dunning & Rob Heard (Ferrari Club UK).
H.M. The Queen's 90th Birthday
The Town Mayor (Cllr Barry Dunning) and Ms Debra Rickman (Partner Co-ordination Manager at Waitrose in Lymington) planted a commemorative cherry tree to celebrate the grand occasion of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday.
Lymington & Pennington Town Council, together with The Lymington Centre, held a wonderful tea party to celebrate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday. Complete with live coverage of The Mall, a fun day was had by all!
Household Enquiry Form - New Forest District Council
On or around 27 August 2016, every household in our District will receive a Household Enquiry Form.
If there are no changes to be made to the form, the householder can confirm this via on-line, texting, telephoning or by signing and posting the form back to the New Forest District Council.
If there are changes, these can be made online or by returning the form to New Forest District Council as per the form's instructions.
This form is an 'enquiry' form to gather information of those registered at a property; it is not a registration form.
Once the New Forest District Council is informed of changes or additions to any household, they will contact the household accordingly.
Please click here for more information Registering to Vote - Annual Canvass
Our office opening hours are:
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 09:00-16:30
We are located at:
Town Council Offices
WORKS TO LYMINGTON SPORTS GROUND PAVILION
The Town Council is planning to carry out a major refurbishment programme on the Pavilion.
These works include an extension to the building and a major internal refurbishment programme.
The Town Council is currently seeking Tenders from contractors to carry out these works.
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.