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The Environment Agency completed their silt removal work in the Danestream by Milford Bridge in the first week of March. Many tonnes of silt were removed and the channels under the bridge are now clear, speeding up flow at this point. The Parish Council will monitor the effect this has on the river further downstreamand would welcome input from residents.


Peter said: “I am passionate about this village and I wanted to join the Parish Council several years ago. Now I have rered, I have the me to commit to it and I am enjoying the role so far. I think we have a well‐balanced Parish Council where everyone is working together in a proacve manner to make things beer in Milford.”


V C R Clear Channels Under Milford Bridge


Before work began, the Agency ensured fish were removed from this stretch. They managed to relocate the following: 2 Sea Trout, 7 Brown Trout, 6 large Dace, 20 small Dace, 20 Minnows and 1 Flounder. All this froma secon 10 metres either side of the bridge!


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Peter Lee moved to Milford‐on‐Sea nearly thirty years ago from London. He ran the anque shop at 100 High Street in the village for sixteen years before rering at the end of last year. During that me Peter was an acve member of the Traders’ Associaon and at one point was its Chair. In addion to his Parish Council dues Peter is a trustee of the Village Hall and is in on the commiee of the Milford‐ on‐Sea Club. He is also a keen golfer, having been a member at Barton‐on‐Sea Golf Club for twenty years.


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The night owls amongst you may have noced the light has not been working in the village millennium clock above the Collins and Butler Estate Agents property in the High Street. The Parish Council will shortly undertake a roune service of the clock and the offending bulb will be replaced, ensuring it beams out, for the village to keep me by, for many more evenings to come.


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New Forest District Council has conducted a survey of the open space along the seafront with a view to possibly enhancing the facilies there. The Parish Council has liaised with the TourismGroup in the village and has put forward some suggesons for improvements but at the me of wring no conclusions have yet been reached. We will of course let you know the outcome in a future edion.


To adverse call 01590 643969 or e‐mail info@lymingtondirectory.co.uk


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