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Useful Contacts and Links

Go to the Local Information Page for details of local schools, hospitals, bus and train services, recycling centres and much more.

If you are thinking of moving to this area, this page contains details of local amenities, services, broadband availability, mobile phone and 3G reception and more.



The Useful Contacts Page tells you how to contact the agisters and verderes, and how to report a sick or injured animal.

The Useful Links Page contains links to the District and County Council departments, The National Park Authority departments, Forest Management Agencies, Local Schools and healthcare departments, and much more.


Shopping


Pubs & Grub

Find out the opening times of the village shop and post Office here.


A selection of local pubs that serve food are listed on the Pubs & Grub Page.

Local Churches


Local Businesses

Local churches, contact information, websites and the times of services are listed on the Local Churches Page.


If you run a business in this area you can advertise FREE on this site.

If you are looking for a new car, a local Accountant, Garage Services, Builder, etc., look in our Local Business Section.


Books by Local Authors


Small Ads Page

This page lists a number of books by local authors ranging from local history to fiction.


If you want to post a small advertisement, e-mail it to us and we will post it on our Online Notice Board.


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Public Information

Household Glass Collections for East Boldre to Start January 2014.

Glass bottles and jars can be recycled over and over again and play an important part in helping to reduce our use of natural resources, whilst also saving energy and money.

The new service has been very well received in Totton, Ringwood and Fordingbridge. Boxes and information packs will be delivered to households in East Boldre during January, ready for collections to start in February. The boxes will be collected once every four weeks and can be used to recycle all glass bottles and jars.


New Forest Batbox Project

The Hampshire Bat Group (HBG) embarked on a survey of the bats in the New Forest in 2006. A particular focus for the project was to establish the distribution of two rare species; Bechstein's bat Myotis bechsteinii and barbastelle bat Barbastella barbastellus; about which very little was known at the time.

The HBG are particularly keen to look for signs of some of these rare species in old timber framed barns and private woodlands which are not pony grazed. If you think you have bats roosting in your loft we would also like to hear from you.

Read more about the HBG and bats in the New Forest here.


New Forest Council urges greater sun awareness

Be sun aware - that’s the message from New Forest District Council as it launches a campaign to help reduce the number of people diagnosed with skin cancer in the New Forest. Read more.


Keep a Message in a Bottle in your fridge. It might save your life.






The Lions Club provides a FREE Message in a Bottle scheme. It is a simple idea designed to encourage you to keep your personal and medical details on a standard form and in a common location - the fridge.

Get your FREE bottle here.


New Public Transport Scheme for East Boldre

The new TaxiShare scheme runs between East Boldre and Hythe Ferry, and starts on Tuesday 13 December 2011. You must phone ahead and book your ride. More details here.


'Legal Highs' Advice for Parents from Safer New Forest

Parents and carers are urged to get the facts about legal highs and talk to their teenagers about drug use. Just because a substance is sold as 'legal', doesn't mean that it's safe. Read more.



Beware Cold Calling Workmen

New Forest residents are urged to be wary of workmen calling at their homes offering to resurface their driveways at a cut price. Read More.


Thieves Target Sheds.
Keep Yours Secure

At this time of year, everything in the garden should be rosy - but beware of shed burglars.

After a recent spate of things being stolen from sheds in the Hythe area, the Safer New Forest Partnership is urging residents to take extra steps to protect garden and allotment sheds, outdoor stores and garages from intruders.

Read more.

Secure your outdoor buildings with padlock alarms for just £10

Keep your outbuildings secure with a padlock alarm from Safer New Forest. More details here


Are You Prepared for a Flood?

The New Forest has experienced
flooding in the past.
Are you prepared?

Click here to read the NFDC’s
Guide to Flooding
.


Note: The NFDC no longer supply sandbags. More details here.


Trading Standards Scam Warnings

For a list of the latest scams to watch out for and to download the Trading Standards Scam Bulletins go to Trading Standards Scams Page.

New scam information added to our ScamBuster Page July 2014.


Help domestic abuse victims stop the suffering

Women and men from all walks of life suffer domestic violence, both physical and emotional. Victims often feel afraid to seek help and change their lives for the better.

For more information about the support currently available to domestic abuse victims, call National Domestic Violence Victim Support on 0845 303 0900 or visit the national domestic violence helpline.org.uk (for women); the Men's Advice Line on 0808 801 0327 or visit the mens advice line.org.uk.

Other support agencies include the police, who are open 24 hours and available on 101 or 999 in an emergency; Citizen's Advice on 08444 111444 and the Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90.



Eat out with confidence in the New Forest this summer

New Forest cafes, restaurants, hotels and pubs are proudly displaying a 'badge of honour' this summer to encourage more people to come dine with them.

Food hygiene ratings are available for 1100 hospitality businesses in the New Forest to reassure customers that they can enjoy their meals with peace of mind.

Environmental health officers from New Forest District Council inspect the cleanliness and safety of all food businesses in the district under the national Food Hygiene Rating Scheme.

The hygiene standards found at these inspections are rated on a scale ranging from zero at the bottom (which means 'urgent improvement necessary') to a top rating of five ('very good'). While 5 is the highest rating, you can eat with confidence in establishments with a 3 rating. With 960 businesses in the New Forest rated as 3 or more, there is plenty of choice.

Visitors and residents can view a business's food hygiene rating when choosing where to eat or shop by checking the food hygiene rating sticker in the window, the certificate on display inside the premises or by going online at food.gov.uk/ratings. A mobile app is also available to download from the Food Standards Agency.


Cycling in the New Forest

All cyclists in the New Forest are urged to follow the New Forest cycling code. You can read it on the New Forest National Park Authority website Cycling Page.


Save Five Pence per Litre of Heating Oil

Join the Oil Club and save £100s


Empty homes loan scheme

Do you own an empty property and has it been empty for more than six months?

Under the council's empty homes loan scheme, owners of suitable empty properties can apply to the council for a loan to repair or convert their property to a standard suitable for providing temporary accommodation for families in housing need.


Lost Your Dog?

Have a look at DogLost.co.uk - The FREE National Database for Lost and Found Dogs.


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