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New Forest Disability Pop Up scheme

It's not just the flowers that have been popping up at our local garden centres!

Having secured funding from The Big Lottery, The New Forest Disability Information Service is delighted to extend its outreach service this year. In addition to its 6 regular monthly drop-ins across the New Forest - New Forest Disability has recently been holding Pop Up information sessions at local garden centres.

Thanks to the generosity of The Big Lottery and these venues offering space to host the Pop Up, New Forest Disability has been able to offer visitors information and advice on a broad range of topics; these include disability-related issues (benefits, daily living aids, carers, meals, transport), topical health and H&S information.

So thank you to the centres which have taken part and offered an extra attraction for their visitors, namely: Fairweathers Garden Centre, Beaulieu, Cadnam Garden Centre, Cadnam and MacPennys Nursery in Bransgore.

New Forest Disability will be offering lots more Pop Ups in the coming months, so look out for posters in your area telling you when and where we will be 'popping up', or call the office on 01425 628750 or visit and view the Outreach section.

So, have a question? For yourself? A family member? A friend? A neighbour? Pop along and ask us!

WANTED-Electoral Role Canvassers



Electoral Registration Canvassers If you are over 18, have some spare time between 16 September and 28 October, and would like to earn a bit of extra money before Christmas, read on…….


We are recruiting Electoral Registration Canvassers , training will be provided, you will work in your own time. Still interested,? - keep reading………..


The canvass will be carried out in a number of stages:



Stage 1— at the end of August we will post a Household Enquiry Form (HEF) to each property, to identify those living at that property.


Stage 2—we will check the forms and invite new residents to register. But not all HEFs will be returned—this is when we need YOU……


Stage 3—between 16 September and 7 October we will ask you to visit all properties which have not returned a HEF. You will try to collect the HEF.


Stage 4— We will have sent an Invitation to Register (ITR) to new residents. We need YOU again ….. to visit each individual who has not returned their ITR. These visits must be made between 7 and 28 October. We will pay you £20 for each polling district you canvass; plus £8.02 per hour; plus mileage at 40p per mile.

It couldn’t be much easier!

Interested, or know someone who might be?

Contact Electoral Services on (023) 8028 5445 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.





22nd September 2016

Time: 10:00am - 5:00pm


25th September 2016

Time: 10:00am - 5:00pm

This event is charged separately from the Beaulieu attraction and is not held within the main attraction.


Located in the grounds of Beaulieu, Holiday Park & Homes Show is a special exhibition of next season's ranges of Caravan Holiday-Homes and Lodges from many of the major UK manufacturers.

The show will feature the latest caravan holiday-homes (static caravans) and lodges from nine British manufacturers, with many other exhibitors ranging from holiday parks in the UK and overseas, to decking manufacturers and insurance firms.

For full details please clickon this link

Please note: there will be no touring caravans or motorhomes on show.

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International Autojumble



Taking place on:

3rd September 2016

Time: 10:00am - 5:00pm


4th September 2016

Time: 9:30am - 4:30pm

The National Motor Museum and Brabazon Restaurant will be open from 8:30am both days.


The iconic and world-famous International Autojumble is the biggest outdoor sale of motoring items this side of the Atlantic and this year returns for it's 50th event!

With over 2000 stands at this signature Beaulieu event, each one groaning with all kinds of vintage and classic motoring ephemera, it is often said “If you can’t find it at Beaulieu it doesn’t exist!

International Autojumble is regarded as the place to locate and purchase even the most elusive motoring parts, accessories, automobilia, literature, tools and clothing.  There is something for everyone - and plenty of bargains to be had!



2000sq metres of undercover stand space provide an ideal opportunity to carefully rummage amongst the automotive ephemera to root out that long sought after part for your project.


Approximately 200 vehicles offered for sale by private owners. All ages, all conditions – from the quirky to the functional. To sell your car in the Automart, see the exhibiting section for more information.


An enviable selection of classic cars offered for sale from the classics trade. Restoration experts, classic car dealers and coachbuilders are all represented.


The Bonhams sale of collectors' cars, automobilia and motorcycles  is on Saturday- entry by catalogue only. A wide range of items available including a number of interesting vehicles – from restoration projects to cars in concours condition. Bonhams will also have an on-site valuation service available.


Practical Classics, supporters of the International Autojumble, will be on hand at the event. Visit their stand and meet the team.


Amateur autojumblers join the trading on Sunday, selling surplus motoring bits from the back of their cars. Book your Trunk Traders space; see the exhibiting section for more information.






For a fun-filled family day out this summer, head to the New Forest where a fascinating programme of living history will bring Beaulieu to life with the sights and sounds of the past…

Delve into over 800 years of history with special talks and tours taking place every day throughout the summer holidays.

NEW FOR 2016: discover Beaulieu's connection to Shakespeare with a range of special activities to mark the 400th anniversary of the Bard's death. Find out more about 

Shakespeare's Beaulieu.




Taking place on:

21st July 2016

Time: 11:00am - 6:00pm


4th September 2016

Time: 11:00am - 6:00pm

These extra activities are included in your admission fee!