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Week of 15 July, 2019
Monday - 7/15
 Cornwallis Remembered: Command of the Seas! Exhibition at St Barbe Museum
https://milfordonsea.blogspot.com/2019/03/cornwallis-rememb...
VenueSt. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery



Cornwallis Remembered - Celebrations

Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society and The 1805 Club (which was founded in 1990 to preserve and care for the memorials and graves of those associated with the sailing navy of the Georgian era) are holding a number of important events in July 2019 to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Admiral Cornwallis (who had lived at Newlands Manor, Milford on Sea). 

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties) 


Other Celebrations:

Church Service, Memorial & Stained-Glass Window: A church service will be held on Friday 5th July 2019 conducted by the Bishop of Basingstoke, and senior representatives from Hampshire, the Royal Navy and naval historical research will be attending. The Cornwallis grave and memorial will be rededicated and a new stained-glass window commemorating all three admirals will be blessed. (Invitation only event)

News of Trafalgar by Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise with riders in full costume will visit the village school and then proceed to the church service which will be followed by a recreation of the arrival of the news of Nelson’s death and victory at Trafalgar by post-chaise. 

Village Green Celebration & Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise will then move to the village green on Friday 5th July 2019 around 3pm until 5pm where there will be a variety of themed entertainment, live music, Royal Navy and Trafalgar Way stands and refreshments provided by local village groups including the Primary School and Royal Navy Catering. Everyone invited

Commemorative Dinner: A Commemorative Dinner will be held on Saturday 6th July 2019 in the Cornwallis Suite of South Lawn Hotel, Milford (once the property of Admiral Cornwallis) with a leading naval historian as the guest speaker. Ticketed Event

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties)  

The Admirals’ Trail & School Workshops: Further outreach activities for the community include, as a lasting resource, a heritage trail from Hurst Castle through Milford and surrounding towns and villages on to Bucklers Hard and Calshot Castle. This is being prepared in conjunction with other parishes and local history societies. In addition, The 1805 Club will be running its Wooden World educational workshops at Milford-on-Sea Primary School in July. 

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To find out more, please click here



00:15Clubs & Classes in Village
http://www.milfordonsea.org

To find out about all of the Clubs & Classes in Milford on Sea, please click here.



00:15Come & Visit Hurst Castle
http://www.hurstcastle.co.uk
Contact  Jason Crane
Office: 01590 642500 | Castle: 01590 642344
VenueHurst Castle



Come & Visit Hurst Castle.  This historic castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit that extends 1.5 miles from Milford on Sea. The end of the spit, only three-quarters of a mile from the Isle of Wight, and the views from the top of the centre keep are spectacular.  Audio Guided Tours available.  You can reach the castle on foot along Hurst Spit, or by a scenic ferry ride from Keyhaven Quay. www.hurstcastle.co.uk

Castle Café: Enjoy a hot snack, light meal or tea/coffee with a delicious slice of cake. 

Hurst Castle - Opening Hours:  
The Castle is open daily from 1st April to 29th October - 10.30am to 5.30pm
November to March – Weekends only, weather permitting.
 
Entry – Adult: £5.50, Child: £3.50, Senior/Concession: £4.50, Family: £17.00 (2 Adults+3 Children)
Children under 5 free | Friendly dogs on leads welcome | Season tickets also available

Hurst Castle Ferry - Sailing Dates & Times:  
Ferry service daily from 1st April to end of October: 10am to 5.30pm. 
Ferries approx every 20 mins from Keyhaven and Hurst.
First ferry 10am from Keyhaven and last boat 5.30pm from Hurst.

Hurst Castle Ferry Fares: 
Return Fare - Adult: £6.50, Child £3.50 
Single Fare - Adult: £3.50, Child £2.50
Children under 3 free.
All trips are subject to weather and conditions permitting  |  Friendly dogs on leads welcome
 
History of Hurst Castle: Hurst Castle was the perfect location to defend the western approach to the Solent. The castle was built by Henry VIII as one of a chain of coastal fortresses and was completed in 1544.  Charles I was imprisoned here in 1648 before being taken to London to his trial and execution.  The castle was modernised during the Napoleonic wars and again in the 1870’s when the enormous armoured wings were constructed.  Two of the huge 38-ton guns installed in the 1870’s can be viewed in their casemates.  During World War II, Hurst was manned with coastal gun batteries and searchlights.  Since the castle has been opened to the public many more exhibits and exhibitions have been installed.  These include the Garrison Theatre, the Trinity House lighthouse exhibition and the Association of Lighthouse Keepers' display room.  

Hurst Point Lighthouse: The lighthouse guides vessels through the hazardous western approaches to the Solent, indicating the line of approach through the Needles Channel.  It is situated right next to the castle, and the lighthouse constantly attract photographers & wildlife spotters.  Whilst you cannot go inside, you can wander around the delight surrounded area.

Weather Station: Fancy seeing what the weather is like at Hurst Castle?  Then please take a look at the Internet-connected Anemometer at Hurst Castle.  Please click this link: www.weather-file.com/hurst



00:15Where to Eat in Milford on Sea
http://www.milfordonsea.org

Milford on Sea has become recognised as a Foodie Heaven on the South Coast. Our delightful seaside village has quality dining restaurants, pubs with great food, and quaint cafés & tea shops, ....indeed something for every taste, mood and budget.

Many run regular dining offers and events, so please visit their websites anytime to see the menus and what is on offer today.

Restaurants

Fine Dining - Fish | Verveine - www.verveine.co.uk
01590 642176 - 98 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Italian | Ray's Italian Kitchen - www.raysitaliankitchen.co.uk
01590 645300 - 11 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

British | La Perle www.laperle.co.uk
01590 643557 - 60 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

British | The Cedar Tree at South Lawn www.southlawnhotel.co.uk/restaurant
01590 643911 - Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0RF

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai - www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Faros Greek Restaurant - www.facebook.com/FarosGreekRestaurant 
  • 01590 644999 - Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Pop Up Restaurant | Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk

01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Wine Bar & Tapas

Tapas | The Cave - www.thecavemos.co.uk
01590 642195 - 2 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Pubs & Food

01590 643044 - Park Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PT

Smugglers Inn - www.pubsnewforest.co.uk
01590 644414 - 88 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

The Wash House - www.thewashhousebar.co.uk

27 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF 

01590 642236 - 32 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Gun Inn - www.theguninn.com
01590 642391 - Saltgrass Lane, Keyhaven, Lymington, SO41 0TP

01590 642655 - Old Christchurch Road, Everton, SO41 0JJ

01590 642297 - Christchurch Road, Downton, SO41 0LA

Cafés & Tea Shops

Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk
01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Village Coffee Pot 
01590 641155 - 54 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Salt Water Cafe
01590 643518 - 106 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Polly's Pantry Tea Rooms
01590 645558 - 46 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Needles Eye Café

01590 642458 - Seafront Promenade, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Hurst Castle Café - www.hurstcastle.co.uk
01590 642344 - Hurst Castle, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QU

Muffins Galore Tea Room - www.atbraxtongardens.com
01590 643601 - Braxton Courtyard, Lymore Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0TX

Camellias Coffee Shop & Restaurant - www.evertonnurseries.co.uk
01590 642155 - Farmers Walk, Everton, SO41 0JZ

Takeaway

Mr Pink's Fish and Chip Shop
01590 642930 - Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF





09:00 - 16:00Christchurch Market

Christchurch Monday Market

A fabulous weekly market held every Monday in the traffic-free High Street and Saxon Square from 9am - 4pm.

Approxiamtely 50 stalls selling a variety of quality produce including fresh fruit and vegetables, fish, bed linen, pet foods, jewellery, clothes, plants etc



10:00Milford-on-Sea Decorative and Fine Arts Society (DFAS)
Contact  milfordonseadfas@gmail.com
VenueAll Saints Church Hall: Main Hall



Milford-on-Sea Decorative and Fine Arts Society - Monthly Lectures on the Decorative and Fine Arts.

Venue: All Saints Church Hall, Milford on Sea

The Arts Society Meetings: Third Monday of each month, (September to June) at 10.45am (doors close at 10.40am) | Coffee is available from 10am.

Members’ guests are welcome, space permitting, by arrangement with the Membership Secretary (milfordonseadfas@gmail.com). Donations will be appreciated.


The Arts Society (NADFAS) Lecture

Lecture on September 18th 2017 - Charles Dickens - The man, his life and his Characters by Bertie Pearce.

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Lecture on October 16th 2017 - Life and Art in Georgian Dublin by Tom Duncan.



14:00 - 14:30Storytime for pre-school age children at MoS Library
http://www.facebook.com/mosclibrary
Contact  mosclibrary@gmail.com - 07950 941818
VenueMoS Community Library



Storytime for pre-school age children

Every Monday 2-2.30pm (Term time only).  FREE

•         29th April

•         13th May

•         20th May

•         3rd June

•         10th June

•         17th June

•         24th June

•         1st July

•         8th July

•         15th July

 

Cards and craft workshop – 3D cards and more…

Wednesday 24th April 2-4pm.  

£5 including materials and refreshments

 

Tea and Quiz

Wednesday 22nd May 2-4pm

£3 including refreshments


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Milford on Sea Community Library

Library opening times:

Monday and Tuesday 2.30—5.00pm

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10am—12.30pm




Tuesday - 7/16
 Cornwallis Remembered: Command of the Seas! Exhibition at St Barbe Museum
https://milfordonsea.blogspot.com/2019/03/cornwallis-rememb...
VenueSt. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery



Cornwallis Remembered - Celebrations

Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society and The 1805 Club (which was founded in 1990 to preserve and care for the memorials and graves of those associated with the sailing navy of the Georgian era) are holding a number of important events in July 2019 to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Admiral Cornwallis (who had lived at Newlands Manor, Milford on Sea). 

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties) 


Other Celebrations:

Church Service, Memorial & Stained-Glass Window: A church service will be held on Friday 5th July 2019 conducted by the Bishop of Basingstoke, and senior representatives from Hampshire, the Royal Navy and naval historical research will be attending. The Cornwallis grave and memorial will be rededicated and a new stained-glass window commemorating all three admirals will be blessed. (Invitation only event)

News of Trafalgar by Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise with riders in full costume will visit the village school and then proceed to the church service which will be followed by a recreation of the arrival of the news of Nelson’s death and victory at Trafalgar by post-chaise. 

Village Green Celebration & Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise will then move to the village green on Friday 5th July 2019 around 3pm until 5pm where there will be a variety of themed entertainment, live music, Royal Navy and Trafalgar Way stands and refreshments provided by local village groups including the Primary School and Royal Navy Catering. Everyone invited

Commemorative Dinner: A Commemorative Dinner will be held on Saturday 6th July 2019 in the Cornwallis Suite of South Lawn Hotel, Milford (once the property of Admiral Cornwallis) with a leading naval historian as the guest speaker. Ticketed Event

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties)  

The Admirals’ Trail & School Workshops: Further outreach activities for the community include, as a lasting resource, a heritage trail from Hurst Castle through Milford and surrounding towns and villages on to Bucklers Hard and Calshot Castle. This is being prepared in conjunction with other parishes and local history societies. In addition, The 1805 Club will be running its Wooden World educational workshops at Milford-on-Sea Primary School in July. 

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To find out more, please click here



00:15Clubs & Classes in Village
http://www.milfordonsea.org

To find out about all of the Clubs & Classes in Milford on Sea, please click here.



00:15Come & Visit Hurst Castle
http://www.hurstcastle.co.uk
Contact  Jason Crane
Office: 01590 642500 | Castle: 01590 642344
VenueHurst Castle



Come & Visit Hurst Castle.  This historic castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit that extends 1.5 miles from Milford on Sea. The end of the spit, only three-quarters of a mile from the Isle of Wight, and the views from the top of the centre keep are spectacular.  Audio Guided Tours available.  You can reach the castle on foot along Hurst Spit, or by a scenic ferry ride from Keyhaven Quay. www.hurstcastle.co.uk

Castle Café: Enjoy a hot snack, light meal or tea/coffee with a delicious slice of cake. 

Hurst Castle - Opening Hours:  
The Castle is open daily from 1st April to 29th October - 10.30am to 5.30pm
November to March – Weekends only, weather permitting.
 
Entry – Adult: £5.50, Child: £3.50, Senior/Concession: £4.50, Family: £17.00 (2 Adults+3 Children)
Children under 5 free | Friendly dogs on leads welcome | Season tickets also available

Hurst Castle Ferry - Sailing Dates & Times:  
Ferry service daily from 1st April to end of October: 10am to 5.30pm. 
Ferries approx every 20 mins from Keyhaven and Hurst.
First ferry 10am from Keyhaven and last boat 5.30pm from Hurst.

Hurst Castle Ferry Fares: 
Return Fare - Adult: £6.50, Child £3.50 
Single Fare - Adult: £3.50, Child £2.50
Children under 3 free.
All trips are subject to weather and conditions permitting  |  Friendly dogs on leads welcome
 
History of Hurst Castle: Hurst Castle was the perfect location to defend the western approach to the Solent. The castle was built by Henry VIII as one of a chain of coastal fortresses and was completed in 1544.  Charles I was imprisoned here in 1648 before being taken to London to his trial and execution.  The castle was modernised during the Napoleonic wars and again in the 1870’s when the enormous armoured wings were constructed.  Two of the huge 38-ton guns installed in the 1870’s can be viewed in their casemates.  During World War II, Hurst was manned with coastal gun batteries and searchlights.  Since the castle has been opened to the public many more exhibits and exhibitions have been installed.  These include the Garrison Theatre, the Trinity House lighthouse exhibition and the Association of Lighthouse Keepers' display room.  

Hurst Point Lighthouse: The lighthouse guides vessels through the hazardous western approaches to the Solent, indicating the line of approach through the Needles Channel.  It is situated right next to the castle, and the lighthouse constantly attract photographers & wildlife spotters.  Whilst you cannot go inside, you can wander around the delight surrounded area.

Weather Station: Fancy seeing what the weather is like at Hurst Castle?  Then please take a look at the Internet-connected Anemometer at Hurst Castle.  Please click this link: www.weather-file.com/hurst



00:15Where to Eat in Milford on Sea
http://www.milfordonsea.org

Milford on Sea has become recognised as a Foodie Heaven on the South Coast. Our delightful seaside village has quality dining restaurants, pubs with great food, and quaint cafés & tea shops, ....indeed something for every taste, mood and budget.

Many run regular dining offers and events, so please visit their websites anytime to see the menus and what is on offer today.

Restaurants

Fine Dining - Fish | Verveine - www.verveine.co.uk
01590 642176 - 98 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Italian | Ray's Italian Kitchen - www.raysitaliankitchen.co.uk
01590 645300 - 11 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

British | La Perle www.laperle.co.uk
01590 643557 - 60 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

British | The Cedar Tree at South Lawn www.southlawnhotel.co.uk/restaurant
01590 643911 - Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0RF

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai - www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Faros Greek Restaurant - www.facebook.com/FarosGreekRestaurant 
  • 01590 644999 - Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Pop Up Restaurant | Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk

01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Wine Bar & Tapas

Tapas | The Cave - www.thecavemos.co.uk
01590 642195 - 2 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Pubs & Food

01590 643044 - Park Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PT

Smugglers Inn - www.pubsnewforest.co.uk
01590 644414 - 88 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

The Wash House - www.thewashhousebar.co.uk

27 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF 

01590 642236 - 32 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Gun Inn - www.theguninn.com
01590 642391 - Saltgrass Lane, Keyhaven, Lymington, SO41 0TP

01590 642655 - Old Christchurch Road, Everton, SO41 0JJ

01590 642297 - Christchurch Road, Downton, SO41 0LA

Cafés & Tea Shops

Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk
01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Village Coffee Pot 
01590 641155 - 54 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Salt Water Cafe
01590 643518 - 106 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Polly's Pantry Tea Rooms
01590 645558 - 46 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Needles Eye Café

01590 642458 - Seafront Promenade, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Hurst Castle Café - www.hurstcastle.co.uk
01590 642344 - Hurst Castle, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QU

Muffins Galore Tea Room - www.atbraxtongardens.com
01590 643601 - Braxton Courtyard, Lymore Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0TX

Camellias Coffee Shop & Restaurant - www.evertonnurseries.co.uk
01590 642155 - Farmers Walk, Everton, SO41 0JZ

Takeaway

Mr Pink's Fish and Chip Shop
01590 642930 - Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF





10:30 - 12:30Hurst Castle SC Coffee Morning
http://www.hcsc.org.uk
Contact  Giles Darvill
Tel: 01590 645589 | info@hcsc.org.uk
VenueHurst Castle Sailing Club


Hurst Castle SC Coffee Morning

Hurst Castle Sailing Club welcome everybody to their weekly Coffee Mornings at the HCSC Clubhouse each Tuesday.

This informal gathering is an excellent opportunity to meet other members and arrange impromptu sailing events and crews for dinghies and cruisers.

If you are interested in joining us, or simply interested in sailing, please come along we would be happy to welcome you.

www.hcsc.org.uk



13:30 - 15:00Milford Community Reading Group at MoS Library
http://www.facebook.com/mosclibrary
Contact  mosclibrary@gmail.com - 07950 941818
VenueMoS Community Library



Milford Community Reading Group 

Third Tuesday of month 1.30-3.30 pm £1.50 per person to cover costs.  

Contact Jill Neill 01590 644592

•         16th April

•         21st May

•         18th June

•         16th July

•         20th August

•         17th September

•         15th October

•         19th November

•         17th December


Storytime with Sheila

Second and fourth Tuesdays of the month 3.30-4pm (term time only). FREE  

•         23rd April

•         14th May

•         11th June

•         25th June

•         9th July


Storytime for pre-school age children

Every Monday 2-2.30pm (term time only).  FREE

•         29th April

•         13th May

•         20th May

•         3rd June

•         10th June

•         17th June

•         24th June

•         1st July

•         8th July

•         15th July

 

Cards and craft workshop – 3D cards and more…

Wednesday 24th April 2-4pm.  

£5 including materials and refreshments

 

Tea and Quiz

Wednesday 22nd May 2-4pm

£3 including refreshments


-----------------------------------------------

Milford on Sea Community Library

Library opening times:

Monday and Tuesday 2.30—5.00pm

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10am—12.30pm




20:00 - 23:30Poker Night at Milford on Sea Club
VenueMilford on Sea Club



Poker Night at Milford on Sea Club

Everyone welcome

Milford on Sea Club
67 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QG
01590 643209  


20:30Quiz Night at The Red Lion
http://www.theredlionmilford.co.uk
VenueThe Red Lion


 
Quiz Night at The Red Lion  

£1 per person - All of which goes into prize funds. Various prizes per round. 

Chance to win £100 in 'Play Your Cards Right'

Everyone welcome

Featured in CAMRA Good Beer Guide | Full Menu of Home-made Food Available


Wednesday - 7/17
 Cornwallis Remembered: Command of the Seas! Exhibition at St Barbe Museum
https://milfordonsea.blogspot.com/2019/03/cornwallis-rememb...
VenueSt. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery



Cornwallis Remembered - Celebrations

Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society and The 1805 Club (which was founded in 1990 to preserve and care for the memorials and graves of those associated with the sailing navy of the Georgian era) are holding a number of important events in July 2019 to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Admiral Cornwallis (who had lived at Newlands Manor, Milford on Sea). 

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties) 


Other Celebrations:

Church Service, Memorial & Stained-Glass Window: A church service will be held on Friday 5th July 2019 conducted by the Bishop of Basingstoke, and senior representatives from Hampshire, the Royal Navy and naval historical research will be attending. The Cornwallis grave and memorial will be rededicated and a new stained-glass window commemorating all three admirals will be blessed. (Invitation only event)

News of Trafalgar by Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise with riders in full costume will visit the village school and then proceed to the church service which will be followed by a recreation of the arrival of the news of Nelson’s death and victory at Trafalgar by post-chaise. 

Village Green Celebration & Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise will then move to the village green on Friday 5th July 2019 around 3pm until 5pm where there will be a variety of themed entertainment, live music, Royal Navy and Trafalgar Way stands and refreshments provided by local village groups including the Primary School and Royal Navy Catering. Everyone invited

Commemorative Dinner: A Commemorative Dinner will be held on Saturday 6th July 2019 in the Cornwallis Suite of South Lawn Hotel, Milford (once the property of Admiral Cornwallis) with a leading naval historian as the guest speaker. Ticketed Event

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties)  

The Admirals’ Trail & School Workshops: Further outreach activities for the community include, as a lasting resource, a heritage trail from Hurst Castle through Milford and surrounding towns and villages on to Bucklers Hard and Calshot Castle. This is being prepared in conjunction with other parishes and local history societies. In addition, The 1805 Club will be running its Wooden World educational workshops at Milford-on-Sea Primary School in July. 

cr
To find out more, please click here



00:15Clubs & Classes in Village
http://www.milfordonsea.org

To find out about all of the Clubs & Classes in Milford on Sea, please click here.



00:15Come & Visit Hurst Castle
http://www.hurstcastle.co.uk
Contact  Jason Crane
Office: 01590 642500 | Castle: 01590 642344
VenueHurst Castle



Come & Visit Hurst Castle.  This historic castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit that extends 1.5 miles from Milford on Sea. The end of the spit, only three-quarters of a mile from the Isle of Wight, and the views from the top of the centre keep are spectacular.  Audio Guided Tours available.  You can reach the castle on foot along Hurst Spit, or by a scenic ferry ride from Keyhaven Quay. www.hurstcastle.co.uk

Castle Café: Enjoy a hot snack, light meal or tea/coffee with a delicious slice of cake. 

Hurst Castle - Opening Hours:  
The Castle is open daily from 1st April to 29th October - 10.30am to 5.30pm
November to March – Weekends only, weather permitting.
 
Entry – Adult: £5.50, Child: £3.50, Senior/Concession: £4.50, Family: £17.00 (2 Adults+3 Children)
Children under 5 free | Friendly dogs on leads welcome | Season tickets also available

Hurst Castle Ferry - Sailing Dates & Times:  
Ferry service daily from 1st April to end of October: 10am to 5.30pm. 
Ferries approx every 20 mins from Keyhaven and Hurst.
First ferry 10am from Keyhaven and last boat 5.30pm from Hurst.

Hurst Castle Ferry Fares: 
Return Fare - Adult: £6.50, Child £3.50 
Single Fare - Adult: £3.50, Child £2.50
Children under 3 free.
All trips are subject to weather and conditions permitting  |  Friendly dogs on leads welcome
 
History of Hurst Castle: Hurst Castle was the perfect location to defend the western approach to the Solent. The castle was built by Henry VIII as one of a chain of coastal fortresses and was completed in 1544.  Charles I was imprisoned here in 1648 before being taken to London to his trial and execution.  The castle was modernised during the Napoleonic wars and again in the 1870’s when the enormous armoured wings were constructed.  Two of the huge 38-ton guns installed in the 1870’s can be viewed in their casemates.  During World War II, Hurst was manned with coastal gun batteries and searchlights.  Since the castle has been opened to the public many more exhibits and exhibitions have been installed.  These include the Garrison Theatre, the Trinity House lighthouse exhibition and the Association of Lighthouse Keepers' display room.  

Hurst Point Lighthouse: The lighthouse guides vessels through the hazardous western approaches to the Solent, indicating the line of approach through the Needles Channel.  It is situated right next to the castle, and the lighthouse constantly attract photographers & wildlife spotters.  Whilst you cannot go inside, you can wander around the delight surrounded area.

Weather Station: Fancy seeing what the weather is like at Hurst Castle?  Then please take a look at the Internet-connected Anemometer at Hurst Castle.  Please click this link: www.weather-file.com/hurst



00:15Where to Eat in Milford on Sea
http://www.milfordonsea.org

Milford on Sea has become recognised as a Foodie Heaven on the South Coast. Our delightful seaside village has quality dining restaurants, pubs with great food, and quaint cafés & tea shops, ....indeed something for every taste, mood and budget.

Many run regular dining offers and events, so please visit their websites anytime to see the menus and what is on offer today.

Restaurants

Fine Dining - Fish | Verveine - www.verveine.co.uk
01590 642176 - 98 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Italian | Ray's Italian Kitchen - www.raysitaliankitchen.co.uk
01590 645300 - 11 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

British | La Perle www.laperle.co.uk
01590 643557 - 60 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

British | The Cedar Tree at South Lawn www.southlawnhotel.co.uk/restaurant
01590 643911 - Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0RF

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai - www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Faros Greek Restaurant - www.facebook.com/FarosGreekRestaurant 
  • 01590 644999 - Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Pop Up Restaurant | Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk

01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Wine Bar & Tapas

Tapas | The Cave - www.thecavemos.co.uk
01590 642195 - 2 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Pubs & Food

01590 643044 - Park Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PT

Smugglers Inn - www.pubsnewforest.co.uk
01590 644414 - 88 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

The Wash House - www.thewashhousebar.co.uk

27 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF 

01590 642236 - 32 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Gun Inn - www.theguninn.com
01590 642391 - Saltgrass Lane, Keyhaven, Lymington, SO41 0TP

01590 642655 - Old Christchurch Road, Everton, SO41 0JJ

01590 642297 - Christchurch Road, Downton, SO41 0LA

Cafés & Tea Shops

Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk
01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Village Coffee Pot 
01590 641155 - 54 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Salt Water Cafe
01590 643518 - 106 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Polly's Pantry Tea Rooms
01590 645558 - 46 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Needles Eye Café

01590 642458 - Seafront Promenade, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Hurst Castle Café - www.hurstcastle.co.uk
01590 642344 - Hurst Castle, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QU

Muffins Galore Tea Room - www.atbraxtongardens.com
01590 643601 - Braxton Courtyard, Lymore Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0TX

Camellias Coffee Shop & Restaurant - www.evertonnurseries.co.uk
01590 642155 - Farmers Walk, Everton, SO41 0JZ

Takeaway

Mr Pink's Fish and Chip Shop
01590 642930 - Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF





09:00 - 19:00New Milton Market
http://www.braymarkets.com
Contact  Bray Associates

New Milton Market

The New Milton general market is held every Wednesday in Station Road, New Milton, BH25 6HR.



20:00 - 22:00Fun Quiz Night at The Smugglers Inn
http://www.pubsnewforest.co.uk
Contact  Tel: 01590 644414
VenueSmugglers Inn


The Smugglers Inn General Knowledge Quiz Nights with Bob.

Held every two weeks. Everyone welcome.

Call 01590 644414 to book at table.




Thursday - 7/18
 Cornwallis Remembered: Command of the Seas! Exhibition at St Barbe Museum
https://milfordonsea.blogspot.com/2019/03/cornwallis-rememb...
VenueSt. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery



Cornwallis Remembered - Celebrations

Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society and The 1805 Club (which was founded in 1990 to preserve and care for the memorials and graves of those associated with the sailing navy of the Georgian era) are holding a number of important events in July 2019 to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Admiral Cornwallis (who had lived at Newlands Manor, Milford on Sea). 

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties) 


Other Celebrations:

Church Service, Memorial & Stained-Glass Window: A church service will be held on Friday 5th July 2019 conducted by the Bishop of Basingstoke, and senior representatives from Hampshire, the Royal Navy and naval historical research will be attending. The Cornwallis grave and memorial will be rededicated and a new stained-glass window commemorating all three admirals will be blessed. (Invitation only event)

News of Trafalgar by Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise with riders in full costume will visit the village school and then proceed to the church service which will be followed by a recreation of the arrival of the news of Nelson’s death and victory at Trafalgar by post-chaise. 

Village Green Celebration & Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise will then move to the village green on Friday 5th July 2019 around 3pm until 5pm where there will be a variety of themed entertainment, live music, Royal Navy and Trafalgar Way stands and refreshments provided by local village groups including the Primary School and Royal Navy Catering. Everyone invited

Commemorative Dinner: A Commemorative Dinner will be held on Saturday 6th July 2019 in the Cornwallis Suite of South Lawn Hotel, Milford (once the property of Admiral Cornwallis) with a leading naval historian as the guest speaker. Ticketed Event

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties)  

The Admirals’ Trail & School Workshops: Further outreach activities for the community include, as a lasting resource, a heritage trail from Hurst Castle through Milford and surrounding towns and villages on to Bucklers Hard and Calshot Castle. This is being prepared in conjunction with other parishes and local history societies. In addition, The 1805 Club will be running its Wooden World educational workshops at Milford-on-Sea Primary School in July. 

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To find out more, please click here



00:15Clubs & Classes in Village
http://www.milfordonsea.org

To find out about all of the Clubs & Classes in Milford on Sea, please click here.



00:15Come & Visit Hurst Castle
http://www.hurstcastle.co.uk
Contact  Jason Crane
Office: 01590 642500 | Castle: 01590 642344
VenueHurst Castle



Come & Visit Hurst Castle.  This historic castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit that extends 1.5 miles from Milford on Sea. The end of the spit, only three-quarters of a mile from the Isle of Wight, and the views from the top of the centre keep are spectacular.  Audio Guided Tours available.  You can reach the castle on foot along Hurst Spit, or by a scenic ferry ride from Keyhaven Quay. www.hurstcastle.co.uk

Castle Café: Enjoy a hot snack, light meal or tea/coffee with a delicious slice of cake. 

Hurst Castle - Opening Hours:  
The Castle is open daily from 1st April to 29th October - 10.30am to 5.30pm
November to March – Weekends only, weather permitting.
 
Entry – Adult: £5.50, Child: £3.50, Senior/Concession: £4.50, Family: £17.00 (2 Adults+3 Children)
Children under 5 free | Friendly dogs on leads welcome | Season tickets also available

Hurst Castle Ferry - Sailing Dates & Times:  
Ferry service daily from 1st April to end of October: 10am to 5.30pm. 
Ferries approx every 20 mins from Keyhaven and Hurst.
First ferry 10am from Keyhaven and last boat 5.30pm from Hurst.

Hurst Castle Ferry Fares: 
Return Fare - Adult: £6.50, Child £3.50 
Single Fare - Adult: £3.50, Child £2.50
Children under 3 free.
All trips are subject to weather and conditions permitting  |  Friendly dogs on leads welcome
 
History of Hurst Castle: Hurst Castle was the perfect location to defend the western approach to the Solent. The castle was built by Henry VIII as one of a chain of coastal fortresses and was completed in 1544.  Charles I was imprisoned here in 1648 before being taken to London to his trial and execution.  The castle was modernised during the Napoleonic wars and again in the 1870’s when the enormous armoured wings were constructed.  Two of the huge 38-ton guns installed in the 1870’s can be viewed in their casemates.  During World War II, Hurst was manned with coastal gun batteries and searchlights.  Since the castle has been opened to the public many more exhibits and exhibitions have been installed.  These include the Garrison Theatre, the Trinity House lighthouse exhibition and the Association of Lighthouse Keepers' display room.  

Hurst Point Lighthouse: The lighthouse guides vessels through the hazardous western approaches to the Solent, indicating the line of approach through the Needles Channel.  It is situated right next to the castle, and the lighthouse constantly attract photographers & wildlife spotters.  Whilst you cannot go inside, you can wander around the delight surrounded area.

Weather Station: Fancy seeing what the weather is like at Hurst Castle?  Then please take a look at the Internet-connected Anemometer at Hurst Castle.  Please click this link: www.weather-file.com/hurst



00:15Where to Eat in Milford on Sea
http://www.milfordonsea.org

Milford on Sea has become recognised as a Foodie Heaven on the South Coast. Our delightful seaside village has quality dining restaurants, pubs with great food, and quaint cafés & tea shops, ....indeed something for every taste, mood and budget.

Many run regular dining offers and events, so please visit their websites anytime to see the menus and what is on offer today.

Restaurants

Fine Dining - Fish | Verveine - www.verveine.co.uk
01590 642176 - 98 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Italian | Ray's Italian Kitchen - www.raysitaliankitchen.co.uk
01590 645300 - 11 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

British | La Perle www.laperle.co.uk
01590 643557 - 60 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

British | The Cedar Tree at South Lawn www.southlawnhotel.co.uk/restaurant
01590 643911 - Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0RF

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai - www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Faros Greek Restaurant - www.facebook.com/FarosGreekRestaurant 
  • 01590 644999 - Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Pop Up Restaurant | Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk

01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Wine Bar & Tapas

Tapas | The Cave - www.thecavemos.co.uk
01590 642195 - 2 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Pubs & Food

01590 643044 - Park Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PT

Smugglers Inn - www.pubsnewforest.co.uk
01590 644414 - 88 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

The Wash House - www.thewashhousebar.co.uk

27 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF 

01590 642236 - 32 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Gun Inn - www.theguninn.com
01590 642391 - Saltgrass Lane, Keyhaven, Lymington, SO41 0TP

01590 642655 - Old Christchurch Road, Everton, SO41 0JJ

01590 642297 - Christchurch Road, Downton, SO41 0LA

Cafés & Tea Shops

Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk
01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Village Coffee Pot 
01590 641155 - 54 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Salt Water Cafe
01590 643518 - 106 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Polly's Pantry Tea Rooms
01590 645558 - 46 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Needles Eye Café

01590 642458 - Seafront Promenade, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Hurst Castle Café - www.hurstcastle.co.uk
01590 642344 - Hurst Castle, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QU

Muffins Galore Tea Room - www.atbraxtongardens.com
01590 643601 - Braxton Courtyard, Lymore Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0TX

Camellias Coffee Shop & Restaurant - www.evertonnurseries.co.uk
01590 642155 - Farmers Walk, Everton, SO41 0JZ

Takeaway

Mr Pink's Fish and Chip Shop
01590 642930 - Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF





10:30 - 12:00Pop In
Contact  Sonia Collyer
Tel: 01590 643943
VenueMoS Village Hall


Pop In

Everyone welcome to come & join us at the Pop In for a cup of coffee or tea, biscuits and a friendly chat.  There is no charge, but donations are welcome, because any profits go to Naomi House children’s hospice, Sutton Scotney.  To date we have sent them over £3,000.

Whether you are a resident, a newcomer or a visitor, come and join us and learn more about our beautiful village.

For further information, or help with transport, ring Sonia on 01590 643943.

Pop-in started in 1996 and is run by teams of volunteers from all the churches in Milford.  Special celebration Pop-ins are held at Easter, Harvest and Christmas, with carols or hymns and seasonal goodies, such as mince pies.

Organised by the Milford on Sea Combined Churches.



20:00 - 22:30Jamming Sessions at The Gun
http://www.theguninn.com
Contact  01590 642391
VenueThe Gun Inn


The Gun Jamming Sessions

Live music session night at the Gun Inn.

The evening is all acoustic, people are welcome to just listen and support, or rock up and play a song or two.

 Musicians of all ages welcome! | Come along and check it out!

Every other Thursday | Free Entry



20:00 - 23:30Bingo Night at Milford on Sea MOS Club
VenueMilford on Sea Club



Bingo Night at Milford on Sea MOS Club 

Bingo sessions every Thursday and Sunday 8.30pm.

Non-members welcome - Cash prizes

Milford on Sea Club
67 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QG
01590 643209
 


Friday - 7/19
 Cornwallis Remembered: Command of the Seas! Exhibition at St Barbe Museum
https://milfordonsea.blogspot.com/2019/03/cornwallis-rememb...
VenueSt. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery



Cornwallis Remembered - Celebrations

Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society and The 1805 Club (which was founded in 1990 to preserve and care for the memorials and graves of those associated with the sailing navy of the Georgian era) are holding a number of important events in July 2019 to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Admiral Cornwallis (who had lived at Newlands Manor, Milford on Sea). 

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties) 


Other Celebrations:

Church Service, Memorial & Stained-Glass Window: A church service will be held on Friday 5th July 2019 conducted by the Bishop of Basingstoke, and senior representatives from Hampshire, the Royal Navy and naval historical research will be attending. The Cornwallis grave and memorial will be rededicated and a new stained-glass window commemorating all three admirals will be blessed. (Invitation only event)

News of Trafalgar by Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise with riders in full costume will visit the village school and then proceed to the church service which will be followed by a recreation of the arrival of the news of Nelson’s death and victory at Trafalgar by post-chaise. 

Village Green Celebration & Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise will then move to the village green on Friday 5th July 2019 around 3pm until 5pm where there will be a variety of themed entertainment, live music, Royal Navy and Trafalgar Way stands and refreshments provided by local village groups including the Primary School and Royal Navy Catering. Everyone invited

Commemorative Dinner: A Commemorative Dinner will be held on Saturday 6th July 2019 in the Cornwallis Suite of South Lawn Hotel, Milford (once the property of Admiral Cornwallis) with a leading naval historian as the guest speaker. Ticketed Event

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties)  

The Admirals’ Trail & School Workshops: Further outreach activities for the community include, as a lasting resource, a heritage trail from Hurst Castle through Milford and surrounding towns and villages on to Bucklers Hard and Calshot Castle. This is being prepared in conjunction with other parishes and local history societies. In addition, The 1805 Club will be running its Wooden World educational workshops at Milford-on-Sea Primary School in July. 

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To find out more, please click here



00:15Clubs & Classes in Village
http://www.milfordonsea.org

To find out about all of the Clubs & Classes in Milford on Sea, please click here.



00:15Come & Visit Hurst Castle
http://www.hurstcastle.co.uk
Contact  Jason Crane
Office: 01590 642500 | Castle: 01590 642344
VenueHurst Castle



Come & Visit Hurst Castle.  This historic castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit that extends 1.5 miles from Milford on Sea. The end of the spit, only three-quarters of a mile from the Isle of Wight, and the views from the top of the centre keep are spectacular.  Audio Guided Tours available.  You can reach the castle on foot along Hurst Spit, or by a scenic ferry ride from Keyhaven Quay. www.hurstcastle.co.uk

Castle Café: Enjoy a hot snack, light meal or tea/coffee with a delicious slice of cake. 

Hurst Castle - Opening Hours:  
The Castle is open daily from 1st April to 29th October - 10.30am to 5.30pm
November to March – Weekends only, weather permitting.
 
Entry – Adult: £5.50, Child: £3.50, Senior/Concession: £4.50, Family: £17.00 (2 Adults+3 Children)
Children under 5 free | Friendly dogs on leads welcome | Season tickets also available

Hurst Castle Ferry - Sailing Dates & Times:  
Ferry service daily from 1st April to end of October: 10am to 5.30pm. 
Ferries approx every 20 mins from Keyhaven and Hurst.
First ferry 10am from Keyhaven and last boat 5.30pm from Hurst.

Hurst Castle Ferry Fares: 
Return Fare - Adult: £6.50, Child £3.50 
Single Fare - Adult: £3.50, Child £2.50
Children under 3 free.
All trips are subject to weather and conditions permitting  |  Friendly dogs on leads welcome
 
History of Hurst Castle: Hurst Castle was the perfect location to defend the western approach to the Solent. The castle was built by Henry VIII as one of a chain of coastal fortresses and was completed in 1544.  Charles I was imprisoned here in 1648 before being taken to London to his trial and execution.  The castle was modernised during the Napoleonic wars and again in the 1870’s when the enormous armoured wings were constructed.  Two of the huge 38-ton guns installed in the 1870’s can be viewed in their casemates.  During World War II, Hurst was manned with coastal gun batteries and searchlights.  Since the castle has been opened to the public many more exhibits and exhibitions have been installed.  These include the Garrison Theatre, the Trinity House lighthouse exhibition and the Association of Lighthouse Keepers' display room.  

Hurst Point Lighthouse: The lighthouse guides vessels through the hazardous western approaches to the Solent, indicating the line of approach through the Needles Channel.  It is situated right next to the castle, and the lighthouse constantly attract photographers & wildlife spotters.  Whilst you cannot go inside, you can wander around the delight surrounded area.

Weather Station: Fancy seeing what the weather is like at Hurst Castle?  Then please take a look at the Internet-connected Anemometer at Hurst Castle.  Please click this link: www.weather-file.com/hurst



00:15Where to Eat in Milford on Sea
http://www.milfordonsea.org

Milford on Sea has become recognised as a Foodie Heaven on the South Coast. Our delightful seaside village has quality dining restaurants, pubs with great food, and quaint cafés & tea shops, ....indeed something for every taste, mood and budget.

Many run regular dining offers and events, so please visit their websites anytime to see the menus and what is on offer today.

Restaurants

Fine Dining - Fish | Verveine - www.verveine.co.uk
01590 642176 - 98 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Italian | Ray's Italian Kitchen - www.raysitaliankitchen.co.uk
01590 645300 - 11 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

British | La Perle www.laperle.co.uk
01590 643557 - 60 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

British | The Cedar Tree at South Lawn www.southlawnhotel.co.uk/restaurant
01590 643911 - Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0RF

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai - www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Faros Greek Restaurant - www.facebook.com/FarosGreekRestaurant 
  • 01590 644999 - Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Pop Up Restaurant | Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk

01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Wine Bar & Tapas

Tapas | The Cave - www.thecavemos.co.uk
01590 642195 - 2 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Pubs & Food

01590 643044 - Park Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PT

Smugglers Inn - www.pubsnewforest.co.uk
01590 644414 - 88 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

The Wash House - www.thewashhousebar.co.uk

27 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF 

01590 642236 - 32 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Gun Inn - www.theguninn.com
01590 642391 - Saltgrass Lane, Keyhaven, Lymington, SO41 0TP

01590 642655 - Old Christchurch Road, Everton, SO41 0JJ

01590 642297 - Christchurch Road, Downton, SO41 0LA

Cafés & Tea Shops

Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk
01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Village Coffee Pot 
01590 641155 - 54 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Salt Water Cafe
01590 643518 - 106 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Polly's Pantry Tea Rooms
01590 645558 - 46 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Needles Eye Café

01590 642458 - Seafront Promenade, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Hurst Castle Café - www.hurstcastle.co.uk
01590 642344 - Hurst Castle, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QU

Muffins Galore Tea Room - www.atbraxtongardens.com
01590 643601 - Braxton Courtyard, Lymore Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0TX

Camellias Coffee Shop & Restaurant - www.evertonnurseries.co.uk
01590 642155 - Farmers Walk, Everton, SO41 0JZ

Takeaway

Mr Pink's Fish and Chip Shop
01590 642930 - Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF





Saturday - 7/20
 Cornwallis Remembered: Command of the Seas! Exhibition at St Barbe Museum
https://milfordonsea.blogspot.com/2019/03/cornwallis-rememb...
VenueSt. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery



Cornwallis Remembered - Celebrations

Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society and The 1805 Club (which was founded in 1990 to preserve and care for the memorials and graves of those associated with the sailing navy of the Georgian era) are holding a number of important events in July 2019 to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Admiral Cornwallis (who had lived at Newlands Manor, Milford on Sea). 

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties) 


Other Celebrations:

Church Service, Memorial & Stained-Glass Window: A church service will be held on Friday 5th July 2019 conducted by the Bishop of Basingstoke, and senior representatives from Hampshire, the Royal Navy and naval historical research will be attending. The Cornwallis grave and memorial will be rededicated and a new stained-glass window commemorating all three admirals will be blessed. (Invitation only event)

News of Trafalgar by Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise with riders in full costume will visit the village school and then proceed to the church service which will be followed by a recreation of the arrival of the news of Nelson’s death and victory at Trafalgar by post-chaise. 

Village Green Celebration & Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise will then move to the village green on Friday 5th July 2019 around 3pm until 5pm where there will be a variety of themed entertainment, live music, Royal Navy and Trafalgar Way stands and refreshments provided by local village groups including the Primary School and Royal Navy Catering. Everyone invited

Commemorative Dinner: A Commemorative Dinner will be held on Saturday 6th July 2019 in the Cornwallis Suite of South Lawn Hotel, Milford (once the property of Admiral Cornwallis) with a leading naval historian as the guest speaker. Ticketed Event

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties)  

The Admirals’ Trail & School Workshops: Further outreach activities for the community include, as a lasting resource, a heritage trail from Hurst Castle through Milford and surrounding towns and villages on to Bucklers Hard and Calshot Castle. This is being prepared in conjunction with other parishes and local history societies. In addition, The 1805 Club will be running its Wooden World educational workshops at Milford-on-Sea Primary School in July. 

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To find out more, please click here



00:15Come & Visit Hurst Castle
http://www.hurstcastle.co.uk
Contact  Jason Crane
Office: 01590 642500 | Castle: 01590 642344
VenueHurst Castle



Come & Visit Hurst Castle.  This historic castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit that extends 1.5 miles from Milford on Sea. The end of the spit, only three-quarters of a mile from the Isle of Wight, and the views from the top of the centre keep are spectacular.  Audio Guided Tours available.  You can reach the castle on foot along Hurst Spit, or by a scenic ferry ride from Keyhaven Quay. www.hurstcastle.co.uk

Castle Café: Enjoy a hot snack, light meal or tea/coffee with a delicious slice of cake. 

Hurst Castle - Opening Hours:  
The Castle is open daily from 1st April to 29th October - 10.30am to 5.30pm
November to March – Weekends only, weather permitting.
 
Entry – Adult: £5.50, Child: £3.50, Senior/Concession: £4.50, Family: £17.00 (2 Adults+3 Children)
Children under 5 free | Friendly dogs on leads welcome | Season tickets also available

Hurst Castle Ferry - Sailing Dates & Times:  
Ferry service daily from 1st April to end of October: 10am to 5.30pm. 
Ferries approx every 20 mins from Keyhaven and Hurst.
First ferry 10am from Keyhaven and last boat 5.30pm from Hurst.

Hurst Castle Ferry Fares: 
Return Fare - Adult: £6.50, Child £3.50 
Single Fare - Adult: £3.50, Child £2.50
Children under 3 free.
All trips are subject to weather and conditions permitting  |  Friendly dogs on leads welcome
 
History of Hurst Castle: Hurst Castle was the perfect location to defend the western approach to the Solent. The castle was built by Henry VIII as one of a chain of coastal fortresses and was completed in 1544.  Charles I was imprisoned here in 1648 before being taken to London to his trial and execution.  The castle was modernised during the Napoleonic wars and again in the 1870’s when the enormous armoured wings were constructed.  Two of the huge 38-ton guns installed in the 1870’s can be viewed in their casemates.  During World War II, Hurst was manned with coastal gun batteries and searchlights.  Since the castle has been opened to the public many more exhibits and exhibitions have been installed.  These include the Garrison Theatre, the Trinity House lighthouse exhibition and the Association of Lighthouse Keepers' display room.  

Hurst Point Lighthouse: The lighthouse guides vessels through the hazardous western approaches to the Solent, indicating the line of approach through the Needles Channel.  It is situated right next to the castle, and the lighthouse constantly attract photographers & wildlife spotters.  Whilst you cannot go inside, you can wander around the delight surrounded area.

Weather Station: Fancy seeing what the weather is like at Hurst Castle?  Then please take a look at the Internet-connected Anemometer at Hurst Castle.  Please click this link: www.weather-file.com/hurst



00:15Where to Eat in Milford on Sea
http://www.milfordonsea.org

Milford on Sea has become recognised as a Foodie Heaven on the South Coast. Our delightful seaside village has quality dining restaurants, pubs with great food, and quaint cafés & tea shops, ....indeed something for every taste, mood and budget.

Many run regular dining offers and events, so please visit their websites anytime to see the menus and what is on offer today.

Restaurants

Fine Dining - Fish | Verveine - www.verveine.co.uk
01590 642176 - 98 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Italian | Ray's Italian Kitchen - www.raysitaliankitchen.co.uk
01590 645300 - 11 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

British | La Perle www.laperle.co.uk
01590 643557 - 60 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

British | The Cedar Tree at South Lawn www.southlawnhotel.co.uk/restaurant
01590 643911 - Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0RF

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai - www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Faros Greek Restaurant - www.facebook.com/FarosGreekRestaurant 
  • 01590 644999 - Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Pop Up Restaurant | Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk

01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Wine Bar & Tapas

Tapas | The Cave - www.thecavemos.co.uk
01590 642195 - 2 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Pubs & Food

01590 643044 - Park Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PT

Smugglers Inn - www.pubsnewforest.co.uk
01590 644414 - 88 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

The Wash House - www.thewashhousebar.co.uk

27 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF 

01590 642236 - 32 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Gun Inn - www.theguninn.com
01590 642391 - Saltgrass Lane, Keyhaven, Lymington, SO41 0TP

01590 642655 - Old Christchurch Road, Everton, SO41 0JJ

01590 642297 - Christchurch Road, Downton, SO41 0LA

Cafés & Tea Shops

Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk
01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Village Coffee Pot 
01590 641155 - 54 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Salt Water Cafe
01590 643518 - 106 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Polly's Pantry Tea Rooms
01590 645558 - 46 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Needles Eye Café

01590 642458 - Seafront Promenade, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Hurst Castle Café - www.hurstcastle.co.uk
01590 642344 - Hurst Castle, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QU

Muffins Galore Tea Room - www.atbraxtongardens.com
01590 643601 - Braxton Courtyard, Lymore Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0TX

Camellias Coffee Shop & Restaurant - www.evertonnurseries.co.uk
01590 642155 - Farmers Walk, Everton, SO41 0JZ

Takeaway

Mr Pink's Fish and Chip Shop
01590 642930 - Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF





08:00 - 17:00Lymington Charter Market
Contact  Market Superintendent
info@lymandpentc.org.uk

Lymington Charter Market

The market has its origins dating back to the 13th century. Held every Saturday 8am - 5pm.

The market has stalls selling plants, food produce, general household goods, craft items and bric-a-brac.



10:00 - 11:00Community Minibus Meeting - All invited
Contact  Ivan Chandler
ivan@ivanchandler.com
VenueCommunity Centre: Main Hall


The Milford On Sea Charitable Trust is aiming to introduce a community minibus in the near future for the benefit of residents of Milford and the surrounding area including Everton, Keyhaven, Downton and Lymore. 


Many local organisations are signing up to using the bus. But the trust need everyone’s help, young and old, to plan what the minibus is used for - and the team will need help to get the project up and running and to support its operation.


Come to the Community Centre at 10 o’clock on Saturday July 20th to find out all about it - and enjoy the free morning coffee!


If you can’t come to the meeting but would like to get involved or find out more about the project please contact the Project Coordinator: Ivan Chandler on ivan@ivanchandler.com


Milford on Sea Charitable Trust is a registered charity.



10:00 - 11:00The Milford on Sea Mini Bus Project - Open Meeting
VenueCommunity Centre: Main Hall


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14:30 - 16:30Milford Flower & Produce Show
VenueAll Saints Church Hall: Main Hall



Milford Flower & Produce Show. 

Local village flower & produce displays and competitions. 

Entries: Vegetables, Fruit, Flowers, Floral Art, Produce, Photography, Handcrafts, Children's classes, Scarecrow.

To Enter - Contact: Alison Abrams, Tel 01590 645918.

Full Schedule from: Community Centre, Milford News, Village News or New Seasons Florist.

Entries to: The Village News.

Admission £1


Sunday - 7/21
 Cornwallis Remembered: Command of the Seas! Exhibition at St Barbe Museum
https://milfordonsea.blogspot.com/2019/03/cornwallis-rememb...
VenueSt. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery



Cornwallis Remembered - Celebrations

Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society and The 1805 Club (which was founded in 1990 to preserve and care for the memorials and graves of those associated with the sailing navy of the Georgian era) are holding a number of important events in July 2019 to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Death of Admiral Cornwallis (who had lived at Newlands Manor, Milford on Sea). 

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties) 


Other Celebrations:

Church Service, Memorial & Stained-Glass Window: A church service will be held on Friday 5th July 2019 conducted by the Bishop of Basingstoke, and senior representatives from Hampshire, the Royal Navy and naval historical research will be attending. The Cornwallis grave and memorial will be rededicated and a new stained-glass window commemorating all three admirals will be blessed. (Invitation only event)

News of Trafalgar by Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise with riders in full costume will visit the village school and then proceed to the church service which will be followed by a recreation of the arrival of the news of Nelson’s death and victory at Trafalgar by post-chaise. 

Village Green Celebration & Post-Chaise: The two horse post-chaise will then move to the village green on Friday 5th July 2019 around 3pm until 5pm where there will be a variety of themed entertainment, live music, Royal Navy and Trafalgar Way stands and refreshments provided by local village groups including the Primary School and Royal Navy Catering. Everyone invited

Commemorative Dinner: A Commemorative Dinner will be held on Saturday 6th July 2019 in the Cornwallis Suite of South Lawn Hotel, Milford (once the property of Admiral Cornwallis) with a leading naval historian as the guest speaker. Ticketed Event

Command of the Seas! Exhibition: A twelve-week exhibition entitled, “Command of the Seas! The Navy and the New Forest against Napoleon”, will run at St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington from the 8th June until the end of August. Also, Milford-on-Sea Historical Record Society has published a commemorative Bicentenary Edition of its Occasional Magazine with articles on Cornwallis, Man and Peyton.

Royal Navy Vessel in Lymington Port: It is hoped to have a Royal Navy training boat of the P2000 Archer Class in Lymington port over the week-end of 5th to 7th July. (Subject to operational duties)  

The Admirals’ Trail & School Workshops: Further outreach activities for the community include, as a lasting resource, a heritage trail from Hurst Castle through Milford and surrounding towns and villages on to Bucklers Hard and Calshot Castle. This is being prepared in conjunction with other parishes and local history societies. In addition, The 1805 Club will be running its Wooden World educational workshops at Milford-on-Sea Primary School in July. 

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To find out more, please click here



00:15Come & Visit Hurst Castle
http://www.hurstcastle.co.uk
Contact  Jason Crane
Office: 01590 642500 | Castle: 01590 642344
VenueHurst Castle



Come & Visit Hurst Castle.  This historic castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit that extends 1.5 miles from Milford on Sea. The end of the spit, only three-quarters of a mile from the Isle of Wight, and the views from the top of the centre keep are spectacular.  Audio Guided Tours available.  You can reach the castle on foot along Hurst Spit, or by a scenic ferry ride from Keyhaven Quay. www.hurstcastle.co.uk

Castle Café: Enjoy a hot snack, light meal or tea/coffee with a delicious slice of cake. 

Hurst Castle - Opening Hours:  
The Castle is open daily from 1st April to 29th October - 10.30am to 5.30pm
November to March – Weekends only, weather permitting.
 
Entry – Adult: £5.50, Child: £3.50, Senior/Concession: £4.50, Family: £17.00 (2 Adults+3 Children)
Children under 5 free | Friendly dogs on leads welcome | Season tickets also available

Hurst Castle Ferry - Sailing Dates & Times:  
Ferry service daily from 1st April to end of October: 10am to 5.30pm. 
Ferries approx every 20 mins from Keyhaven and Hurst.
First ferry 10am from Keyhaven and last boat 5.30pm from Hurst.

Hurst Castle Ferry Fares: 
Return Fare - Adult: £6.50, Child £3.50 
Single Fare - Adult: £3.50, Child £2.50
Children under 3 free.
All trips are subject to weather and conditions permitting  |  Friendly dogs on leads welcome
 
History of Hurst Castle: Hurst Castle was the perfect location to defend the western approach to the Solent. The castle was built by Henry VIII as one of a chain of coastal fortresses and was completed in 1544.  Charles I was imprisoned here in 1648 before being taken to London to his trial and execution.  The castle was modernised during the Napoleonic wars and again in the 1870’s when the enormous armoured wings were constructed.  Two of the huge 38-ton guns installed in the 1870’s can be viewed in their casemates.  During World War II, Hurst was manned with coastal gun batteries and searchlights.  Since the castle has been opened to the public many more exhibits and exhibitions have been installed.  These include the Garrison Theatre, the Trinity House lighthouse exhibition and the Association of Lighthouse Keepers' display room.  

Hurst Point Lighthouse: The lighthouse guides vessels through the hazardous western approaches to the Solent, indicating the line of approach through the Needles Channel.  It is situated right next to the castle, and the lighthouse constantly attract photographers & wildlife spotters.  Whilst you cannot go inside, you can wander around the delight surrounded area.

Weather Station: Fancy seeing what the weather is like at Hurst Castle?  Then please take a look at the Internet-connected Anemometer at Hurst Castle.  Please click this link: www.weather-file.com/hurst



00:15Where to Eat in Milford on Sea
http://www.milfordonsea.org

Milford on Sea has become recognised as a Foodie Heaven on the South Coast. Our delightful seaside village has quality dining restaurants, pubs with great food, and quaint cafés & tea shops, ....indeed something for every taste, mood and budget.

Many run regular dining offers and events, so please visit their websites anytime to see the menus and what is on offer today.

Restaurants

Fine Dining - Fish | Verveine - www.verveine.co.uk
01590 642176 - 98 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Italian | Ray's Italian Kitchen - www.raysitaliankitchen.co.uk
01590 645300 - 11 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

British | La Perle www.laperle.co.uk
01590 643557 - 60 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

British | The Cedar Tree at South Lawn www.southlawnhotel.co.uk/restaurant
01590 643911 - Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0RF

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai - www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Faros Greek Restaurant - www.facebook.com/FarosGreekRestaurant 
  • 01590 644999 - Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Pop Up Restaurant | Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk

01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Wine Bar & Tapas

Tapas | The Cave - www.thecavemos.co.uk
01590 642195 - 2 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Pubs & Food

01590 643044 - Park Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PT

Smugglers Inn - www.pubsnewforest.co.uk
01590 644414 - 88 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

The Wash House - www.thewashhousebar.co.uk

27 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF 

01590 642236 - 32 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Gun Inn - www.theguninn.com
01590 642391 - Saltgrass Lane, Keyhaven, Lymington, SO41 0TP

01590 642655 - Old Christchurch Road, Everton, SO41 0JJ

01590 642297 - Christchurch Road, Downton, SO41 0LA

Cafés & Tea Shops

Hurst on the Hill - www.hurstonthehill.co.uk
01590 645558 - 4 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

The Village Coffee Pot 
01590 641155 - 54 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Salt Water Cafe
01590 643518 - 106 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE

Polly's Pantry Tea Rooms
01590 645558 - 46 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QD

Needles Eye Café

01590 642458 - Seafront Promenade, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PY

Hurst Castle Café - www.hurstcastle.co.uk
01590 642344 - Hurst Castle, Hurst Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QU

Muffins Galore Tea Room - www.atbraxtongardens.com
01590 643601 - Braxton Courtyard, Lymore Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0TX

Camellias Coffee Shop & Restaurant - www.evertonnurseries.co.uk
01590 642155 - Farmers Walk, Everton, SO41 0JZ

Takeaway

Mr Pink's Fish and Chip Shop
01590 642930 - Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH

Indian | Monsoori Heights 
01590 644441 - 69 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF

Thai | Britannia Thai www.thairestaurantnewforest.co.uk
01590 642226 - 1 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF





08:00 - 09:00Church Services in Village

Regular Church Services in Milford on Sea

SUNDAYS
8am: All Saints’ Church | Holy Communion   
9am: Saint Francis of Assisi Church | Mass   
10am: All Saints’ Church | Morning Service/Holy Communion   
10.30am MoS Baptist Church | Sunday Service (Adult & Children Groups)   
10.45am: MoS Methodist Church | Worship Service   
6pm: All Saints’ Church | Evening Worship/Holy Communion   
6.30am MoS Baptist Church | Sunday Service (or 5pm Cafe Church - Please check website below)

WEDNESDAYS    
10am: Saint Francis of Assisi Church | Mass

THURSDAYS   
2pm: MoS Methodist Church | After Lunch Club (2nd and 4th Thursdays in the month.) Includes a variety of speakers and activities. The After Lunch Club follows the lunch organised by the Methodist Church for those living alone in the area. People attending the lunch are not obligated to stay for the club. and vice versa.

FRIDAYS   
10:30am: All Saints’ Church | Holy Communion 


For information on special services & celebrations, social groups and further information please use contact details or website links below:

All Saints’ Church: Greenbanks Close, Milford on Sea, SO41 0SQ
01590 644992 - office@allsaintsmilford.co.uk

www.allsaintsmilford.co.uk

Milford on Sea Baptist Church: Barnes Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 0RN   
01590 645469 - info@milfordonseabaptist.org.uk

www.milfordonseabaptist.org.uk

Milford on Sea Methodist Church: 108 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE - www.milfordmethodist.org

Saint Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church: Park Lane, Milford on Sea, SO41 OPT



10:30Milford Fun Dog Show - (In aid of the animal charity K-9 Angels)
Contact  Nicky Carter
07834 410385
VenueMoS Village Green



Charity Fun Dog Show (in aid of the animal charity K-9 Angels) 

Bring you dogs for a fun day, lots of classes to enter - or just come and watch the fun!

Cakes & refreshments be served in the Village Hall. Stalls and Grand Raffle.

Show starts from 10.30am onwards


*If anyone would like a trade stand, please contact; Nicky Carter on 07834 410385.



17:30Songs of Praise organised by Churches Together at Keyhaven Quay


Songs of Praise organised by Churches Together at Keyhaven Quay accompanied by the Salvation Army Band, Boscombe.

Please bring a chair. 

If it is wet, the event will be held at All Saints Church, Church Hill, Milford on Sea.



20:00 - 23:30Bingo Night at Milford on Sea MOS Club
VenueMilford on Sea Club



Bingo Night at Milford on Sea MOS Club 

Bingo sessions every Thursday and Sunday 8.30pm.

Non-members welcome - Cash prizes

Milford on Sea Club
67 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QG
01590 643209
 


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