Published: Wednesday, 12 December 2018 16:31
NEW FOREST DISTRICT COUNCIL
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE
B3054 HIGH STREET
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that New Forest District Council, acting as agent to the traffic authority, Hampshire County Council, proposes to make an Order to allow for Openreach ducting works to be carried out, as follows:
ROAD TO BE CLOSED:
That length of B3054 High Street Beaulieu between its junction with B3054 Palace Lane and its junction with B3056 Hatchet Lane.
From the northern point of closure, west via Palace Lane to its junction with Hatchet Lane; south via Hatchet Lane to its junction with Beaulieu High Street; northeast via High Street to the southern point of closure and vice versa.
The Hampshire (Beaulieu) (One Way Traffic) Order 1973 will be suspended for the duration of the closures.
PERIOD OF CLOSURE: From 14th January 2019 for a period of three months or until completion of the works whichever is sooner. (Notwithstanding the above it is expected that the closure will be required for no longer than 2 weeks, between 2000hrs and 0600hrs each night.)
Reasonable facilities will be provided to allow access to adjacent premises while the work is being carried out.
Lyndhurst SO43 7PA
Resurfacing road closure
Works will now begin on Monday 18th February and complete on the 20th February. During this time between 9.30 and 16.00hrs the road will necessarily be closed to traffic from Palace Lane to Hatchet Lane.
You will appreciate that the workmen require a safe environment in which to operate the plant and machinery and although traffic supervisors will be available to manage access and pedestrians and will endeavour to assist residents and businesses, access, at anytime, cannot be guaranteed.
Graham C Law BSc Hons CEng MICE MCIHT
Assistant Highways Engineer – Planned Maintenance
Tel: 0300 555 1388
Published: Monday, 05 November 2018 19:44
The village of Beaulieu is commemorating the one hundred year anniversary of the end of the First World War with a stunning display of poppies in the Twinning Garden, situated in the High Street.
The Parish Council have arranged for the children at the Beaulieu Village Primary School to each make a poppy which are being planted in the Twinning Garden on Monday November 5th so that they will be in situ during the week leading up to Remembrance Day on Sunday November 11th.
The children have made 109 poppies which are designed to turn the Twinning Garden into a Garden of Remembrance for the week and we hope will be a fitting tribute to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. It will also have importantly involved local children who will have gained an understanding of the sacrifices made by previous generations. Twenty six of the poppies will have a plaque on them with the names of those who died during the First World War taken from the East Boldre and Beaulieu War Memorial. One poppy will be dedicated to ‘the fallen of Hautvillers’, the French village twinned with Beaulieu. The plaques have been beautifully written by the older children from the school who will then plant them in the Twinning Garden on Monday November 5th.
The Beauileu Twinning Association have very kindly sponsored the cost of making the poppies which has only been made possible by the hard work that Councillor Lindy Shanks has put into the project from designing the poppies to helping the children construct them.
We hope that as many of you as possible will come during the week to view what should be a memorable sight.
Published: Monday, 05 November 2018 19:31
Beaulieu Community Speedwatch
In order to address the issue of speeding HGVs and other traffic in the village we are trying to establish a community speedwatch scheme with the backing of the local parish council and police community support officer (PCSO)
Full training will be given you just need to be able to commit to a couple of hours per month.
Published: Monday, 05 November 2018 19:30
#add3minutes to your journey for the winter
New Forest commoners and organisations are appealing to local drivers to slow down as the clocks go back, to prevent the usual huge rise in animal deaths and injuries in the longer nights.
Nearly 100 free-roaming animals were killed or injured in the New Forest last year.
A quarter of these – 25 animals - were killed or injured on just four key routes in the evenings in the two months after the clocks go back. About three quarters of the accidents involved local drivers.
Now New Forest commoners, the families who own the animals that maintain the Forest, have teamed up with other organisations to focus efforts on reducing accidents this winter. They are asking locals to add just three minutes to their journeys and drive slowly across the Forest.
Published: Thursday, 13 September 2018 19:01
One of the largest firework displays in the south on Saturday 27th October, choreographed to music with a range of entertainment for the whole family.
Arrive early and enjoy the attractions of Beaulieu before fireworks and live entertainment. For a great value extra charge enjoy old time fairground entertainments, including a big wheel, gallopers and a coconut shy. We're all set to make this a firework party to remember.
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Please note: Extra charges apply to Fairground entertainment, Monorail and Top Gear Simulator ride when operating. All event details are provisional and subject to change. We advise you to bring cash with you as most rides and food outlets only accept cash. Extra cash facilities will be available (charges apply)
Programme of Events
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The Beaulieu attraction will be open from 10am as usual, but tickets for the Fireworks will not provide admission until 3:00pm. Visitors with Attraction tickets who arrive before 3:00pm are welcome to stay for the fireworks.
Tickets for Fireworks include admission to all Beaulieu attractions until 5:00pm, with the exception of World of Top Gear which will close at 3:00pm and the National Motor Museum which will remain open until 9:30pm. Visitors who arrive after 3:00pm will be able to ride the Monorail for an extra charge.
Please note, if you are buying tickets for more than one person, all covered by your e-ticket will need to arrive together. For large group ticket purchases, please contact the Events Team on 01590 614614.
In the interest of the safety of all our visitors, dogs and sparklers are not permitted at this event. We advise bringing a torch with you. We advise against bringing deck/folding chairs due to space and viewing limitations.
Please Note: For Crime Prevention purposes, as a condition of entry, visitors may be subject to a search. The venue management have the right to refuse entry.
Taking place on:
Admission with Fireworks tickets from 3:00pm.
Adult £13.50 • Child £8.75 • Family £38.00
Only valid for entry after 3pm. Available until 5pm 18th October.
Standard & On the Day
Adult £14.50 • Child £9.00 • Family £42.00
Only valid for entry after 3pm. Available from 5pm 18th October and from Visitor Reception from 3pm on the day.
A family ticket covers one adult and up to four children or two adults and up to three children. Child prices apply to children aged 5 - 16 inclusive. Under 5s go free!