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Tuesday, 7 July 2020

Local inventor makes good

Roger Davison lives in Milford on Sea and is a very good amateur cook. Seven years ago he was looking for a means of cooking chicken in a better way, and finding nothing on the market decided to invent his own system. The result was the COQOPAN® a new and fully patented method of cooking chicken in half the normal time by steaming the bird from the inside whilst roasting it on the outside all at the same time. 


After years of design, prototypes and testing he finally developed a successful working 
model which he presented on the Channel Four television programme “Buy it Now for Christmas in October 2019”. On the show were buyers from Amazon, Lakeland and JML who after his demonstration all gave the product the thumbs up and placed orders on, the spot. Roger came away from the show with orders valued at £50,000. 

Since then things have gone from strength to strength with the COQOPAN®, largely through Amazon, is now selling not only in the UK but throughout Europe and The Coqopan® Company is now featured on YouTube, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and LinkedIn. 

And what of Roger himself? Well he is not an engineer but a professional musician, who plays in theatre orchestras in London and but for Covid-19 would be the leading keyboard player for Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre in London.

Check out the Coqopan on Amazon, currently under £15. click here.


Sean to Swim the Channel - & Cakes!

Sean Willson, Milford on Sea resident and manager at Everton Hyundai will be swimming the English Channel for two fantastic charities in August. (It was originally July.) - Also, if you like cakes, there is some good news at the end of this article!

Sean explains how he comes to be taking on such an arduous challenge: When I was 15, I was lucky enough to have taken part in a cross channel relay with my school. Ever since then I have had a desire to swim the same stretch of water, solo. I had a chance meeting at a charity talk, where I started talking to someone sat on our table. He went on to tell me about his channel swim, this then spurred me on to pursue my dream of doing the same. So in 2019 I took the plunge and booked my swim across the channel. I started training, swimming in lakes, sea, swimming pools and paddling pools! Taking my training seriously I swam 11 miles in Lake Windemere and have had specialist intensive sessions with Swim Canary Wharf. My training was going well and I was making good progress when Corona Virus struck and lockdown kicked in. This left my dream hanging in the balance, would I be able to swim the channel or would this be another event cancelled in 2020? Good news when lockdown was relaxed I was able to recommence my training in sea locally off Milford and I am due to swim late July 2020 and have been training ever since!!

Unfortunately my fundraising events have not been able to go ahead due to social distancing, therefore I am asking you to dig deep and sponsor me! I have chosen to support The Brain Tumour Charity and The Alzheimer's Society as both charities are very close to my heart. Thanks in advance for your support!! 

Wish me luck :-)
Sean.

If you would like to support Sean; please click here.

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CAKE SALE

To further support Sean, his neighbour, Amanda Maidment who also lives in Whitby Road, is to hold a cake sale on her driveway this Saturday 11th July from 11am to 3pm at 36 Whitby Road all money raised will go to his chosen charity.

Amanda is an accomplished cake maker and no doubt there will be some delicious treats to buy and enjoy at home. Just pop along!


Monday, 6 July 2020

South Lawn reinvents itself again

Tim has given us another exciting update on new dining services from South Lawn Hotel and Cedar Tree restaurant:

We have spent the last couple of weeks preparing to re open our doors to the public and we are delighted to welcome so many new and familiar faces back over the 1st weekend with a soft re opening that allowed us to iron out any niggles with our Covid secure operating procedures. 

South Lawn is blessed with loads of space and we have designed an amazing venue to keep our guests as safe as we can. Each of the three areas we have focused on are broken down into Inside, Outside and Marquee. Dining and lounge furniture is all spaced to conform to government guidelines and we have achieved the Visit England We're Good To Go status alongside many of the venues in the New Forest Area, Our aim is to provide an as near normal experience as possible with due consideration to being as Covid secure as possible. In addition to the very strict cleaning protocols in place we are also using a Virucidal Disinfectant Fogging machine in public areas and guest rooms. 

Access is via the hotel reception as usual and in busy times we have a separate entrance through our Marquee. We chose to use a Marquee because it provides many of the benefits of being outside that you don't have from being in a restaurant or bar. Small groups of up to 6 are able to meet at the same table outside from multiple households. We have a number of different styles of seating in our Marquee which include Dining, Lounge and Poseur and we are very happy for small groups to join us for a sociable drink, snack or a full meal. The Marquee does provide somewhere dry if the weather lets us down but can be noisy in heavy wind and rain! 

Outside we have the usual offering of dining furniture. Inside the restaurant looks very similar to before but with less tables and 1m+ spacing. Anybody is welcome for a meal, morning coffee, afternoon tea, a snack or just a drink and you can book a table in the Restaurant or Marquee or just turn up. We don't take bookings for garden tables but if you've booked a table inside and decide you prefer to sit in the garden when you arrive that's absolutely fine. 

Tables cannot be laid up formally for now so we've changed the style of our menu to suit a much more casual dining experience, all the usual offerings are included but are complimented with some less formal but very tasty dishes. The new Monday to Saturday Menu and also a Sunday Lunch Menu are available from 12noon to 8pm. (See all the menus below)

We are still really busy with deliveries and we intend to keep our 'At Home' delivery service going for as long as we can as we appreciate how important this has become to many people in our community. 

If anybody wishes to discuss their concerns or individual needs please don't hesitate to call us on 01590 643911. 

Many thanks 

Tim, Nikki and all the team.


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To see South Lawn Hotel's new Mon to Saturday Menu: please click here.

To see South Lawn Hotel's Sunday Menu: please click here.

To see South Lawn Hotel's At Home delivery menu: please click here.


The South Lawn Hotel
Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0RF
01590 643911
events@southlawnhotel.co.uk
www.southlawnhotel.co.uk


The Good News Newsletter: No.15

To view of the latest edition of the The Good News Newsletter:

To subscribe to get a regular copy please email: mosclibrary@gmail.com


About The Good News Newsletter


An enterprising group of local people have put together a 'Good News Newsletter' with the aim of keeping everyone informed and amused during this difficult time.

The Good News Newsletter has been created by Milford Library, Milford Mutual Aid Group, The Village Voice and MoS News Bulletin.

We will be publishing a copy of each edition here online and for those in the village who do not use digital communication, the Parish Council are printing some paper copies which will be available in some village shops and some distributed by volunteers.

To subscribe to get a regular copy please email: mosclibrary@gmail.com

Village Paddle Board Company nominated for prestigious award

Claire, Sean and the Team at The New Forest Paddle Sport Company in Milford on Sea High Street, has been nominated for the SUP Connect International stand up paddle board shop of the year 2020.

This is the second time that this local company have been nominated and Sean wanted to say thank you to all of their local customers who have helped them over the years. 

To vote for the team; please click here.


The New Forest Paddle Sport Company are now pre-booking and selling out slots 3-4 weeks in advance. So, if you would like to get you or the family on the water this summer please drop by the shop or book online to avoid disappointment. 



THE NEW FOREST PADDLE SPORT COMPANY LTD
46 High Street, Milford On Sea, SO41 0QD
01590 645270

For Want of a Groyne

Rachel Shattock dropped us a line to ask if we would publish her poem, we are always willing to help, so here we go:

As Rachel explains: It’s so upsetting to see the scale of the deterioration to the west of the White House. Milford’s last wooden beach huts are gone/going and the little shingle beach to the side of them is now completely washed away. The sea wall is cracked and broken in many places and the council appear to be doing nothing apart from fencing the area off, so locals and visitors can’t walk along the coastal path either. The lack of care and upkeep makes many of us sad and angry. And all for the want of a timely repair to a broken groyne!
 

FOR WANT OF A GROYNE 
For want of a good groyne the beach was lost 
For want of a beach the sea wall was lost 
For want of a good wall the frontline was lost
For want of a frontline the seafront was lost 
For want of a seafront Milford-on-Sea was lost 
And all for the want of a good groyne 

Anon.

Saturday, 4 July 2020

Milford on Sea Village Roads, Scenes & Events

If you enjoy seeing old pictures of Milford on Sea you may enjoy having a trip back in time here:

Milford on Sea Album: Village Roads, Scenes & Events - Click here to view the album


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Milford on Sea Villagers on their Doorstep Album
Coronavirus Lockdown Time! - A village record of people 
on their doorsteps taken by villagers whilst on daily walks.

click here to view album

If you would like to add your doorstep pictures, please send to: click here.

Friday, 3 July 2020

Hurst Castle opens on Saturday

Hurst Caste will open on 4th July and you now need to book your timed tickets in advance. 

The castle has introduced limits on visitor numbers to help keep everyone safe, and you won’t be able to visit without your booking confirmation. 

If you’re an English Heritage Member or Local Resident Pass holder, your ticket is free but you still need to book in advance. 

Your visit will be a little different – as the team have made some changes to ensure everyone’s safety.

To find out more about Hurst Castle, please  visit: www.hurstcastle.co.uk



Thursday, 2 July 2020

Community Centre seeks Trustee


Milford on Sea Community Centre is seeking a new member to join our board of trustees. The ideal candidate will have financial experience including cash handling and banking procedures. 

Trustees meet each month and are all actively engaged in making the Centre a success.

For further information please contact the Chair: Linda Bagnall on 07957 365505 or by email trustees@moscommunitycentre.org.uk

Applications should be made in writing by 23 July to: 

The Administrator Milford on Sea Community Centre 9 Sea Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0PH or by email office@moscommunitycentre.org.uk

La Perle continues with takeaways

Message from Sam at La Perle: 

Regretfully, we have no immediate plans to reopen as a restaurant. Being such a small venue it would not be viable to have the required social distancing in place, so we have taken the decision to continue to offer our online delivery service for the foreseeable future. 

We are also continuing to operate our Deli from the front door offering hot food, drinks etc from 11am to 8pm Mondays to Saturdays, so if you are in the village you may like to get yourself some lunch or a snack to take to the beach or the village green.

Thank you all for your continued support!

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To see La Perle's menu and order your dishes please click here.

Opening Hours and La Perle Home Delivery: 
  • Mondays from 4.30pm (Fish & Chips only)
  • Tuesdays to Saturdays from 4pm to SO41 and BH25 areas

  • La Perle Deli: 11am to 8pm Monday to Saturday. 

Please Note:
  • Please order via the La Perle website
  • Delivery only service, no collections.
  • Please order in advance if possible and they will do their best to deliver at your preferred time.
  • Deliveries to the SO41 and BH25 areas. 
  • Minimum order for delivery £15, delivery charge £2.

La Perle
60 High Street, Milford on Sea
01590 643557
info@laperle.co.uk
www.laperle.co.uk
www.twitter.com/laperlemilford
www.facebook.com/laperlemilford

Tuesday, 30 June 2020

Ray's awarded 'We're Good To Go' Status

Ray's Italian Kitchen in Milford on Sea village centre has been awarded a 'We're Good To Go' certificate by VisitEngland in preparation for returning to a restaurant service in addition to their current takeaway/delivery service.

The certificate is in recognition that the business has confirmed that they have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing.

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Ray’s Italian Kitchen
11 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF
01590 645300

Message from Stacey at Ray's Italian

Hello everyone, 

Firstly I would like to extend my gratitude to everyone who has supported the restaurant and myself throughout this pandemic. I also thank you for your generosity in pledging on my crowdfunding page. For those of you who are unaware, we raised a massive £9600, which will go a long way to supporting the business over the coming months. 

I am currently in the process of refurbishing the storeroom at the back of the restaurant to enable me to open the garden shortly. 

I feel it’s essential that I share with you my thoughts on this and what measures I am putting in place and also what I am prepared to do at this moment in time, with regards to opening the doors to you. 

From the Saturday 4th July, I will be extending the takeaway business hours to include Saturdays: 
  • Wednesday 5pm - 8.30pm 
  • Friday 5pm - 9pm 
  • Saturday 5pm - 9pm 
I will also be launching an online ordering system via the website. 

I am also pleased to announce (due to popular demand) that I will be widening the delivery service to the following surrounding areas (at a cost of £2.50 per delivery): 
  • Everton 
  • Barton on Sea 
  • New Milton 
  • Sway 
  • Hordle 
  • Lymington 

Restaurant
With regards to opening the restaurant, I have always had everyone’s health & safety in mind throughout this whole process. We have come so far in this and rushing an opening when the virus is still out there, even if it’s at bay, is not something I am prepared to do at the current moment. 

I will not be opening the main restaurant at this time but I will be opening the garden on a pre-booking/ pre-order/ pre-payment basis only. This is necessary to aid compliance with the government guidance, with Track & Trace and contactless payments. 

I will be taking booking for the restaurant on Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays from the 8th July between 5pm and 8pm. 

The earlier tables will be re-laid for the later sitting. Later tables will need to vacated by 9.45pm at the latest. 

I will be running two menus, available on request or you can find them on our website. A children’s menu will be available at £12.50 per child under 12yrs. 

Bookings can only be made for your own household or one other household (maximum 2 households per booking) in our garden, as we may have to move your booking into our garden room if weather is bad. 

On booking you will be sent a copy of my terms and conditions, which I respectfully ask you all to adhere to. This is an unprecedented time we are living in and I have to protect myself, my family, my team, my business and my other diners. Bookings should be made by e-mail ONLY. 

We all have a part to play in this. If one person comes into the restaurant who has Covid 19, my restaurant will be forced to close for 14 days and I really cannot afford for this to happen which is why I am opening with caution. I have managed to offer a service, albeit limited since lockdown and I would be absolutely heartbroken should I have to close due to circumstances out of my control so please be responsible. 

My aim is to run like this in July and I will then review August and communicate further plans later in the month. 

I really look forward to the day we are able to open the restaurant following Government guidance. Until then thank you for your understanding, patience and loyalty. 

Stay safe, best wishes 

Stacey


Ray’s Italian Kitchen
11 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QF
01590 645300


Monday, 29 June 2020

Keith Williams becomes Rotary Hero & President

At the final Rotary Club of Becton & District meeting of the yearbecame a busy event for Milford on Sea resident, Keith Williams.
 
In addition to being awarded a Rotary Hero Certificate by outgoing President Terry Conner he was then elected to be the incoming President of the Club to serve from July 2020 to June 2021. 

Keith and his wife Christine proudly displaying Keith’s Certificate.

Keith's Rotary Hero Award was in recognition of his work with New Forest Sewing for the NHS where he coordinated the logistics associated with the manufacture and delivery of the following protective equipment for use by the NHS and other Care Providers: 
  • 5,000 Scrub Bags 
  • 1,000 sets of Scrubs 
  • 20,000 Gowns 
  • 1,500 Headbands 
Masks are once again very much in demand with already 1000 being produced and made available at various distribution points around the area. 

This work has meant both Keith and his wife Christine have endured repeated long days ensuring that supply and delivery kept up with the project volunteers who have done so much for the Community. 

Becton & District Rotary is a small friendly club serving the community in the wider New Milton area; if you are interested in becoming a Friend of the Club please contact Larry on secretary@bectonrotary.org.uk

Friday, 26 June 2020

Milford on Sea Album: High Street & Village Centre

If you enjoy seeing old pictures of Milford on Sea you may enjoy having a trip back in time here:

Milford on Sea Album: High Street & Village Centre - Click here to view the album


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Milford on Sea Villagers on their Doorstep Album
Coronavirus Lockdown Time! - A village record of people 
on their doorsteps taken by villagers whilst on daily walks.

click here to view album

If you would like to add your doorstep pictures, please send to: click here.

MOSHRS Podcast: Milford in Domesday

Milford on Sea Historical Record Society have launched their latest podcast, this time the subject offers more stories relating to Milford in Domesday.

When William the Conqueror became king of England in 1066, he destroyed the Anglo Saxon aristocracy replacing it with 200 Norman and French barons. But what happened in Milford? Milford was in Rowditch, the southern-most hundred [district] in Hampshire. 

See the latest podcast to discover: 
  • Why King William gave the manor of Hordle, the most valuable in the Rowditch Hundred, to Ralph Mortimer. 
  • Why a third of the manors in Rowditch Hundred remained in Anglo Saxon hands. 
  • How Aelfric, the Anglo Saxon lord of Milford manor, built at Milford the church which was to become the centre of the Ancient Parish of Milford. 

MOSHRS would like to share the video with the whole village.

To view the podcast, please click here.

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The Milford on Sea Historical Record Society has an excellent website with a lot of information and old pictures of Milford on Sea in the past. To visit the website; please click here.

The MOSHRS meet 5 times a year where you can hear an interesting talk and meet people from across the village. There are also annual visits to places of interest. Membership is just £10. To find out more; please click here.


MoS Historical Record Society





Thursday, 25 June 2020

Village Masks raise £1000

Milford on Sea WI rapidly became part of New Forest Sewing for the NHS, organised by Becton Rotary, when the pandemic broke. WI members, together with friends and neighbours in the village have sewn scrub bags, headbands and scrub caps for use in our local hospitals and care homes. Approximately 2000 items were made and distributed. Ladies, and a few gentlemen, also ironed in excess of 3000 plastic gowns which apparently were better made than those obtained commercially!

Their latest achievement is to make in excess of 700 face coverings which are all recyclable. They have been available for anyone from The Pharmacy at Milford Medical Centre, Time and Tide and The Cave. 

Donations were asked for the masks in aid of New Forest Basics Bank. On Tuesday 23rd June, the total raised hit a magnificent £1000 which will be put to good use in the coming months. 

Face coverings are still available in a multitude of designs and fabrics. Please support this local initiative.

Huge thanks are due to everyone who has sewn all these items or donated for the masks.


New Menus at La Perle & South Lawn

La Perle & South Lawn have announced new menus, to take a look please click below:

La Perle: click here

South Lawn: click here

Wednesday, 24 June 2020

The Good News Newsletter: No.14

To view of the latest edition of the The Good News Newsletter:

To subscribe to get a regular copy please email: mosclibrary@gmail.com


About The Good News Newsletter


An enterprising group of local people have put together a 'Good News Newsletter' with the aim of keeping everyone informed and amused during this difficult time.

The Good News Newsletter has been created by Milford Library, Milford Mutual Aid Group, The Village Voice and MoS News Bulletin.

We will be publishing a copy of each edition here online and for those in the village who do not use digital communication, the Parish Council are printing some paper copies which will be available in some village shops and some distributed by volunteers.

To subscribe to get a regular copy please email: mosclibrary@gmail.com

Tuesday, 23 June 2020

'Impact' 3D Art Exhibition

Chaiya Art Awards founded by local resident Katrina Moss, have launched a brand new 3D online art exhibition entitled; 'Impact'.

Since launch Katrina says that; "The virtual exhibition is getting great feedback, as people are really moved by the artwork."

The exhibition features 60 artists who explore the impact of Covid 19, around the world, on families, society, health care & beliefs. The pieces include evocative and thought-provoking sculpture, painting, video, photography, glass, textile and mixed media. 

You can read what each artist says about their artwork by clicking on ‘i’ In circle by their name. 

Artists are giving from 30-100% of sales to designated charities to support the vulnerable during this pandemic 

To visit the ‘Impact’ exhibition; please click here



Chaiya Art Awards

Monday, 22 June 2020

All Saints' and St Mary's church re-open for private prayer

All Saints' and St Mary's church are again open for private prayer. For the time being the Sunday services remain online only available by clicking here.

The relevant precautions recommended are in place to keep the churches a Covid-safe environment. Please remember not to come if you do have any symptoms of the virus. 

All Saints’ is open from: 10am to 4pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 

St Mary’s is open from: 10.30 to 11.30am and 2.30 to 3.30pm on Mondays to Wednesdays. 

Everyone is welcome to visit and take a moment of peace.


All Saints' & St Mary's Church

Saltwater bring Caribbean to Milford on Sea

Saltwater Cafe in Milford on Sea high street are doing Caribbean Nights this weekend

They are also now open on weekends to offer a takeaway service for breakfast, sandwiches, salads, drinks and sweet treats.

CARIBBEAN NIGHTS TAKEAWAY MENU: Friday 26th and Saturday 27th June - Collection Only: times between 5.30 and 8pm. - Pre-order by 3pm on Wednesday 27th June.

CLICK TO VIEW MENU

If you would like to place an order please phone the cafe on 01590 643518 leave your name and number, or send a personal message to them on Facebook and they will get back to you. Please click here.


Cafe Open with Cafe Menu: 10am to 3pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday



Saltwater Cafe
106 High Street, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QE
01590 643518



Sunday, 21 June 2020

A Funny Bike Ride

Anyone who has been to a Comedy Night at Milford on Sea Community Centre, or who watched the Milford Comedy Night on YouTube last Thursday evening, will recognise Stephen Grant.

Stephen is an established comedian and the regular host of the Milford on Sea Comedy Nights.

Yesterday he set himself a goal attempting to cycle for the whole day. Stephen explains; "And by that I mean, I’ll start when the Sun comes up and finish when the Sun goes down. No particular reason why, other than the fact that I can."

So, leaving his home in Brighton as the sun come up he set out to see how far he could go in daylight. 

He made it to Norwich! - That’s 200 miles (323km), and finally got home by car 23 hours after he got up.  During the ride he averaged over 15mph and burnt over 10,000 calories!

He managed a final comment before bed; "The sun has just gone down so It’s done, and so am I." 

Not sure I would have been able to speak at all if I had tried that arduous adventure!

To see Stephen's journey in pictures, please click here.

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Stephen Grant

Saturday, 20 June 2020

Milford on Sea Album: Village Bridge

If you enjoy seeing old pictures of Milford on Sea you may enjoy having a trip back in time here:

Milford on Sea Album: Village Bridge - Click here to view the album


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Milford on Sea Villagers on their Doorstep Album
Coronavirus Lockdown Time! - A village record of people 
on their doorsteps taken by villagers whilst on daily walks.

click here to view album

If you would like to add your doorstep pictures, please send to: click here.

The Needles Eye Cafe takeaways now open 7 days a week

The Needles Eye Cafe is now open 7 days a week for takeaways. (Subject to the weather)

The Cafe Side Hatch is open from: 10am to 5pm - 7 Days a week serving: Bacon Rolls, Burgers, Chips, Hot Drinks and Ice Creams.


Friday, 19 June 2020

Needles Eye Café opens for takeaways

The Needles Eye Café on Milford on Sea Seafront will be partly opening from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, and from then on 7 days a week.

Siting down inside will not be available, but the team will be serving takeaways for you to enjoy from the side hatch. The menu will include: Bacon Rolls, Burgers, Chips, Hot Drinks and Ice Creams, - what's not to like when you are by the seaside!

 

The Needles Eye Cafe
Milford on Sea Seafront, SO41 0PY
01590 642458

What are you ordering to eat tonight?!

Tonight is Friday night, so obviously a great time to give yourself a treat!

There are even more options across the village now; from breakfasts to lunch baps, burgers, pizzas, Thai, noodle boxes, wraps, delivered set meals, cakes & sweet treats and wine & beer.

All of the links on the buttons below are up to date and there are a few new additions.

Also, Saltwater Cafe have a Dessert Night tonight and a Father's Day Breakfast tomorrow, if you fancy a sweet treat or great start to the weekend; please click here for more information.

Take a look to see what is new or what has changed - and then see what you are going to have delivered for this weekend!:

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Mister Pink's Reopens

We have read that Mister Pink's fish & chip shop in Church Hill Milford on Sea has reopened. 

Not sure of the opening hours, but great to see them back!


The Good News Newsletter: No.13

To view of the latest edition of the The Good News Newsletter:

To subscribe to get a regular copy please email: mosclibrary@gmail.com


About The Good News Newsletter


An enterprising group of local people have put together a 'Good News Newsletter' with the aim of keeping everyone informed and amused during this difficult time.

The Good News Newsletter has been created by Milford Library, Milford Mutual Aid Group, The Village Voice and MoS News Bulletin.

We will be publishing a copy of each edition here online and for those in the village who do not use digital communication, the Parish Council are printing some paper copies which will be available in some village shops and some distributed by volunteers.

To subscribe to get a regular copy please email: mosclibrary@gmail.com

Thursday, 18 June 2020

Milford on Sea Album: Cliff Top

If you enjoy seeing old pictures of Milford on Sea you may enjoy having a trip back in time here:

Milford on Sea Album: Cliff Top - Click here to view the album


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Milford on Sea Villagers on their Doorstep Album
Coronavirus Lockdown Time! - A village record of people 
on their doorsteps taken by villagers whilst on daily walks.

click here to view album

If you would like to add your doorstep pictures, please send to: click here.


Home Workouts with Lindsay: No.3

Lindsay Coyle has published a couple more keep fit videos for people to join in with.

Lindsay is a yoga and fitness instructor who normally does regular classes at the Milford on Sea Community Centre. Her four classes a week consist of: Weights, 30-Minute Abs, Yoga & Meditation and FlexiStrength.

Lindsay is doing these videos for her clients and anyone else in Milford on Sea who would like to keep fit.

To view and join in, simply click on either of the titles below:

20 Minutes to Toned Arms

If they would prefer something a bit more meditative, why not try: 

Meditation and Relaxation


Monday, 15 June 2020

Comedy is back in Milford!

If you like a laugh, they may have been a bit fewer than normal recently, but... now is you chance for a free giggle at 8.30pm on Friday 19th June compliments of the Community Centre Comedy Club and their regular professional funnyman Stephen Grant, together with a variety of stand-up comedians. 

Please click here to set reminder for the evening - you can even make a night of it by inviting your friends.

If you wanted to make a contribution to the artists of £8, and have the option of being part of the Zoom audience, please click here.

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Set of keys found in Barnes Lane

A set of keys were found in Barnes Lane a few days ago. 

David will happily reunite them with anyone who can describe them to him on (01590) 645469 or contact David on pastormosbaptist@gmail.com.
 

Saturday, 13 June 2020

Milford on Sea Album: Beach & Beach Huts

If you enjoy seeing old pictures of Milford on Sea you may enjoy having a trip back in time here:

Milford on Sea Album: Beach & Beach Huts - Click here to view the album


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Milford on Sea Villagers on their Doorstep Album
Coronavirus Lockdown Time! - A village record of people 
on their doorsteps taken by villagers whilst on daily walks.

click here to view album

If you would like to add your doorstep pictures, please send to: click here.


The Cave increases opening hours

Due to popular demand, The Cave have increased their opening hours to:

Friday, Saturday & Now Sunday 12noon to 7pm as well as; Monday & Tuesday 12noon to 5pm for Take-Away Tapas, Drinks & Off Licence and the popular delivery service.

Jon is looking forward to seeing and serving you all, from a 2 metre distance of course!


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More About The Cave 

The Cave is now open as an off-licence specialising in wines, beers, lagers, spirits, champagne, sparkling wine and soft drinks for you to enjoy at home. They also offer a takeaway Tapas menu. 

The range is extensive to suit every budget and taste, and Jon is available to take you through the drinks he has to offer and can make recommendations to suit whatever you are looking for. 

The Cave's Opening Times are: 

Friday, Saturday & Now Sunday 12noon to 7pm as well as; Monday & Tuesday 12noon to 5pm for Take-Away Tapas, Drinks & Off Licence. 

They also offer a free local delivery service.

If you’re interested in the delivery service please call: 01590 642195, alternatively pop in, or send a message to info@thecavemos.co.uk and Jon will get back to you as soon as he can.


The Cave
2 Church Hill, Milford on Sea, SO41 0QH
01590 642195