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Beaulieu Christmas Fair

The annual Christmas Fair, held in Palace House to raise funds for the Countryside Education Trust, will take place on Friday 14th November from 10am to 2.30pm.  In addition to stalls selling Christmas gifts and a Grand Draw with fabulous prizes, you can enjoy morning coffee and lunch in Palace Café.  Entry is £3 per person with parking in Church Meadow. Free admission for parish residents – one ticket per household. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 612365.

Victorian Christmas Evening

Beaulieu Victorian Christmas Evening

Saturday 29th November 2014 From 5.00pm until 8.00pm 

Join in the Fun as Beaulieu High Street steps back in time
Follow the Father Christmas Procession at 6pm
 
SANTA’S GROTTO –– PUNCH & JUDY –– STREET THEATRE
FOOD & STALLS –– SHOPS OPEN
VICTORIAN SOUP KITCHEN
VICTORIAN CAKE COMPETITION
 
Why not enter the Great Beaulieu Bake-Off competition with a traditional Victoria Sponge Sandwich and prizes for Under 12s and Adults. Entry forms are available from the Abbey Stores and Queensmeade newsagents or by email from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

A park & ride service will operate from the visitor car parks of the National Motor Museum. Parking is free. Those wishing to walk can do so, from 5pm, through the museum grounds; just follow the signs on the night.

 
High Street closed to traffic ..... Strictly no parking in Church Meadow
 
For more information visit /BeaulieuVillageChristmas
Supporting local charities

Beaulieu Neighbourhood Watch

You are invited to an opening meeting of the Beaulieu Neighbourhood Watch at 6pm on Tuesday 21st October at Steff's Kitchen Beaulieu.
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Fracking

A presentation was given by the New Forest Association of Parish Councils entitled Unconventional Oil & Gas & Fracking.
A copy of the presentation can be found clicking on the link below. 
pdfNFALC presentation on fracking 18_09_2014.pdf

Jonathan Montagu marries Nathalie Daoust

Montagu wedding

Jonathan Montagu and Nathalie Daoust were married in Palace House on Saturday 4th October. The bride was driven to her wedding by Ralph Montagu in the museum’s 1909 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost. Residents had an opportunity to see the bride as the car travelled through the village and entered the grounds through Clockhouse gate.