Beaulieu Parish, located in the south-east corner of the New Forest National Park, is an unspoilt area at the head of the tidal reaches of the Beaulieu River. Beaulieu village, itself, centring around the high street, has not changed very much over the years: the village centre has remained compact with red brick houses consisting of a variety of shops, homes and businesses.

There has been little outlying development in recent times, although many may notice modern uses of old buildings. Beaulieu has a primary school, post office, village hall and parish church and cricket pitch.

There are approximately 350 properties in the parish, the majority of which are privately owned. The 7000 acre Beaulieu Estate covers much of the parish and the Montagu family have lived here since 1538.

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Chairman's Blog

  • Thought for the day!

Communities (and individuals) typically respond to disaster by first going through a ‘heroic phase’, full of energy and self-sacrifice. This eventually burns itself out, and is followed by a ‘disillusionment phase’, which may contain much mutual blame and suspicion. Only as the disillusionment phase loses its force can realistic, hopeful rebuilding take place

A quote from the Church newsletter written by the Dean of St Pauls.

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Beaulieu Tides

*Approx time and height at Bucklers Hard.
Wed 20 Jan

Tide Times

Hi/Lo Time Height
Low Tide: 03:17 (1.30m)
High Tide: 10:52 (3.40m)
Low Tide: 15:45 (1.30m)
High Tide: 22:13 (3.40m)
        All times in BST