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Keep a look out ... Update

It is understood that the travellers have now left the Common at Sandleheath and moved just outside the county boundary, but their destination is unknown. Could Parishioners continue to be vigilant and inform the police if they see any traveller's vehicles parking illegally in the Beaulieu area.


Horse Grazing .. Electric & Tape Fencing

We would ask all those of you who keep horses to check your electric fencing or your tape fencing regularly as our head keeper has been called out several times recently to deal with deer whose antlers got caught up in the fencing and have been unable to extricate themselves.

If you do find deer caught in this way, please call the Beaulieu Estate Office – 01590 614621 (weekends/out of hours 07956 409974)  as on a couple of occasions, where the fencing has not been checked regularly, the deer has been found too late and suffered a slow death! Please be vigilant, and if the fence is not in use, please take it down.


Crime Report

In the month of July / August we have had 3 theft reports, one of boat motors from Leygreen Farm, Lyndhurst Rd, two large vases from a grave in Lodge Lane and and horse tack from Long Lane. TOne assault was reported in Beaulieu High St where the offender was arrested and is awaiting a Court appearance.
There have also been 13 traffic accidents reported, two of which resulted in serious injury.
Not much else to report but will probably be a busy weekend next week with the Beaulieu Autojumble.

PC 2692 Yates

Not a Good Idea .. Update

We understand that The Garmen Ride will now be re-routed so that it will no longer run through Beaulieu on Friday 5th ... Phewwww !!

The Garmin Ride Out takes place on Friday 5th September ... This is a ride for 500 cyclists who will start and finish at Gang Warily. The ride will be coming through Beaulieu at the start and then back through Beaulieu at the finish of the ride. That should not normally be too much of a problem ... except Friday 5th September is the day that the Exhibitors arrive for the International Autojumble. The International Autojumble is the National Motor Museums busiest event of the year .... so maybe, not the best day to choose to hold a cycling event !!

Defibrillator for the Village

The Parish Council is investigating the possibility of installing a heart defibrillator in the village.

In view of the fact we are a busy tourist destination the Parish Council are investigating the possibility of installing a heart defibrillator in the village. We have taken the advice of the South Central Ambulance Service who are very keen that we should get one installed somewhere central in the village in view of the distance we are from the nearest casualty department. The British Heart Foundation are running a scheme to help finance defibrillators in rural areas and we have applied to them for funding with balance to be financed by a generous local donor. We are currently trying to decide on the best location for the machine with the forecourt of the Village Hall our preference at the moment. We originally wanted to locate it in the village phone box but this has not proved possible due to the old red box being listed!

The type of defibrillator that we are planning to acquire is designed to be used by untrained people but we are keen to get as many people as possible in the village to come to a training session that the South Central Ambulance Service will run for us. We are intending to contact those people in the village who we feel would benefit from this training starting with the first aiders from Fairweather’s Garden Centre, the village school and the Montagu Arms.

When there is a medical emergency in the village and a 999 call is made to the ambulance service, they will tell the caller where the defibrillator is located and will stay on the phone to give instructions as to how to use it. In addition, the machine itself gives very clear audio operating instructions.  As a safety precaution these machines are designed so that they will only give the patient a shock to get the heart back into its proper rhythm if it is needed so they are fairly foolproof to operate and they definitely save lives.

We will keep you posted on our progress in getting a machine installed in the village but in the meantime if anyone has any views on where the best location for it would be or would like to be trained on its use, please ring Sara Steele on 01590 612 216.