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Family Fun Aernoon


Sunday 15th March 2pm‐ 5pm Milford Village Green


Part of Naonal Demena Awareness Week. With Milford Primary School, Total Voice Choir, Alzheimer's Society and many others. As well as stalls, aernoon tea and cakes, there will be an open air music class led by Professor Andrew Knight, and children’s acvies: face painng, cake decorang, and a “memory in a bole” game. This is a great opportunity to get our message across to the Community as well as making contact with people living with demena.


COFFEE POP‐IN on Thursdays 10.30am ‐ 12 noon


Village Hall, Park Rd Coffee & friendship.


Donaons to Naomi House A warm welcome awaits you!


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LearnNordic Walking


I am an Accredited Instructor and have weekly Walking Workouts. I also offer Beginners a shorter walk at a more gentle pace.


In addion I have a Wellbeing Session aimed at those looking to maintain mobility and


independence. Free tasters can be arranged Call Jane Monks – 01590 610089 or 07752 946001


info@nordicwalkinglymington.co.uk.


H  G! C P S A 16th at 7.30 To mark the Queen’s 90th birthday,


The Grange Choral Society & “Decadent


Brass” offer a Royal music selecon including Ruer, Parry, Vaughan Williams and Elgar.


Tickets: £16 & £9, students £5


from Bookends: 67, High Street, Christchurch: 01202 479059. Hilary Sco: 01202 399139 and on the door.


products or wood‐fuel for the community at compeve prices.”


The Parish Council has given Milford Conservaon Volunteers the rights to extract wood from the Pleasure Grounds to sell to the local community.


Keith Metcalf – MCV Conservaon Officer said, “Rather than leave the wood to rot or mysteriously disappear overnight, the Parish Council and MCV thought that with voluntary help, the wood could be extracted, without damage to the footpaths or woodland floor and turned into useful


Part of the present ten‐year Woodland Management Plan is to thin dense areas of woodland to let light in and encourage ground flora to flourish. This should increase the chances of bringing back woodland buerflies, sadly missing for many years.


Coppicing and hazel layering (to encourage denser stands of hazel) is also being undertaken by MCV, to encourage buerflies to flourish.


The wood extracted from the ‘Pleasure Grounds’ by the MCV is available immediately as unseasoned green wood, which needs to be stored for a year. Alternavely, add your


name to the waing list for seasoned wood, for delivery to your door this me next year.


For waing list, price and supply details email Keith at: keithmetcalf@bnternet.com or telephone Keith on 645825 or Tony Locke on 643400. Alternavely, pick up a Wood Sales Enquiry Form fromthe Parish Office, newsagents, cafés or Community Centre.


The sale of this wood will help protect and manage the habitats and wildlife of our local nature reserves over the next ten years.


Keith added, “Unseasoned wood will be about 20% cheaper than seasoned, so if you have a log‐store area, now


is the me to place your order with us”.


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