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St. Marys Church > contact

Hale Church stands in a lovely spot behind Hale Park House, and the peace and beauty of the church and its surroundings provide a perfect place for rest and contemplation. It is on the Avon Valley Footpath. The church is always open, and you are invited to come. We hope your visit is meaningful, whether it gives you joy, comfort or simply a place to eat your sandwiches!

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Neighbourhood Watch

There are a number of sub-coordinators covering particular areas of the villages, are always able to help, a list of whom is available on request. Download further information here.

Main Coordinator, Hale & Woodgreen Neighbourhood Watch

Sharon Barnett • 01725513335 • 

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Woodgreen Main Co-ordinator 

Kevin Hunt • 01725 512818 • mobile: 07768 765780                  

 

Hatchet Close 

Georgina Babey • 01725 514480 • 

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Hale Purlieu 

Doug and Sally Gemmell  • 01725 513283 • 

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Lodge Drove

Val Le May Neville-Parry • 01725 511931 • 

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Carters Close, Hatchet Green                

Frances Maynard • 01725 512275  • 

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John Williamson • 

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Tethering Drove, Forest Road West(Oaklands to Pine Lodge)

Jacqui Hartas •  Deputy Main Co-ordinator for Hale

01725 510376 • 

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Police Immobiliser Website click here

Parishioners can record their equipment serial numbers on the immobiliser website.

Road problems generally click here
Hampshire County Council has responsibility for Highways, some verges, drainage, flooding, and pavements.  It deals with traffic lights and signs, salt when the roads are icy, abandoned vehicles, fly tipping and dead animals.  Any problems relating to these matters can be reported using this link.

 

Footpaths click here

Hants County Council also has responsibility for maintaining public footpaths.  Problems can be reported here.

Abandoned vehicles click here

Abandoned vehicles are dealt with by New Forest District Council.  Reports can be made online or by telephoning customer services on 023 8028 5000.

Hale Girl Guides 

Hale Guides have always been active and varied, including Pack Holidays and weekend 'Sleepovers' every year. Pack Holidays have included activities such as abseiling, canoeing, archery, and swimming, and day trips to places such as Longleat, the Hawk Conservancy and Marwell Zoo Evening Safari.

For more information: Contact: Sally Gemmell 01725 513283

Hale Primary School > click here

Hale Primary School is housed in a beautiful Victorian building next to the pretty Hatchet Green with free grazing ponies and cattle.  This direct access to the New Forest offers excellent learning opportunities.

Hale Village Hall > click here

Hale Primary School is housed in a beautiful Victorian building next to the pretty Hatchet Green with free grazing ponies and cattle.  This direct access to the New Forest offers excellent learning opportunities.

HALE  PARISH COUNCIL WEBSITE

Hale Parish Council. Hale, Fordingbridge, Hampshire.

Clerk of the Parish: Mrs Amanda Johnson

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