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The Parish Council asks residents not to fly‐p garden waste here as it impedes drainage further.


P      S F


Milford‐on‐Sea Parish Council would like to thank all those who took part in the recent consultaon survey about proposed new play facilies at the Seafront.


The survey, which ran for over three weeks and closed on 8th December, received a total of 457 responses. 83% of respondents said they thought there was a need for addional play facilies in the parish and 77% said they thought the


proposed larger play facilies should be located at the seafront, adjacent to the current play area.


For the remaining 23% who thought the proposed new facilies should be located elsewhere, other locaons cited as alternaves included: MoS1 near the primary school (25 responses), Barnes Lane Recreaon Ground (11 responses), Carrington Lane Recreaon Ground (9 responses), the old Coach Park near the Marine café (5 responses), the old Pung Green (3 responses), “elsewhere,” (but not specified – 21 responses), the Village Green (1 response), Keyhaven (1 response) and adjacent to the kiosk at the car park on Hordle Cliff (1 response).


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


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