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Bramshaw Parish Council

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  • Bramshaw Village Hall 
    Sited in the scenic North of the New Forest, only 2 miles from the M27, Bramshaw Village Hall is for hire at competitive rates.
  • Community First New Forest 
    Building relationships and enabling action - Community First New Forest is a passionate charity that seeks to improve the quality of life of people and communities living in the New Forest and surrounding districts. For their latest news letter please click here.
  • Cycling in the New Forest 
    Exploring the forest by bike is the ideal way to discover the magnificant beauty and fascinating wildlife that can easily be missed by car. For information on cycling in the New Forest and the routes which start in Lyndhurst please visit our site and download the maps.
  • Forestry Commission 
    The Forestry Commission manage the Crown Lands of the New Forest.
  • Hampshire Counsellor Directory 
    Free web listing of all Counsellors and Therapists in our area.
  • Hampshire County Council 
    Bramshaw is in the County of Hampshire
  • Hampshire Police 
    Welcome to the official Hampshire Constabulary web site. Find out about the Force, our recruitment opportunities, crime prevention advice and press releases.
  • Inq - Information hub for young people in the New Forest 
    Reduce crime. Safer New Forest aims to reduce crime, disorder, anti-social behaviour, drug and alcohol misuse and to reduce the fear of crime
  • New Forest Association 
    Formed in 1867 the New Forest Assocaition is one of the oldest conservation organisations in the world. It is dedicated to protecting and sustaining the traditional character of the New Forest in Southern England.
  • New Forest Commoners Defence Association 
    The New Forest Commoners Defence Association (CDA) was founded in 1909 in response to the increasing conflict between the spreading urban populations around the New Forest’s fringes and the commoners’ animals. The CDA celebrated its centenary year in 2009.
  • New Forest District Council 
    Bramshaw is part of the New Forest District.
  • New Forest Guides 
    Welcome to The New Forest Guides, bringing you all the most sought after tourist information about this delightful and spectacularly beautiful part of England with advice on New Forest Cottages, New Forest accommodation, holidays, campsites and activities and days out both in and around the New Forest, and in nearby Dorset.
  • New Forest Life 
    Restoring Europe's ancient woods, heaths, wetlands and associated wildlife. Project based in the New Forest, Hampshire England.
  • New Forest Livestock Association 
    The Commoners Defence Association and the New Forest Pony Breeding and Cattle Society joined forces to start a new organisation, the New Forest Livestock Society with a view to concentrating on the sales and their survival.
  • New Forest Pony Breeding and Cattle Society 
    The official UK registry of the British New Forest Pony breed. Information on the breed characteristics and Society's activities.
  • New Forest Trust 
    he New Forest Trust supports activities and organisations who strive to conserve the flora, fauna and commoning practices of this New Forest.
  • New-Forest-National-Park.com 
    A complete Visitor Guide to the New Forest National Park. Discover its heritage, wildlife, conservation and attractions, and learn about life in the New Forest!
  • Safer New Forest 
    The Safer New Forest Partnership has two priorities: Intervention and Empowerment, and Crime Reduction.
  • The National Trust 
    The National Trust protects special places in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, for ever, for everyone
  • The New Forest National Park Authority 
    The New Forest National Park was created in March 2005 and the New Forest National Park Authority took up its full powers in April 2006. Its unique landscape has been shaped over the centuries by grazing ponies, cattle and pigs which roam free.
  • Verderers of the New Forest 
    The Verderers of the New Forest protect and administer its unique agricultural commoning practices and conserve its traditional landscape.