Serving Hampshire – Balancing the Budget Consultation
Hampshire County Council is asking for residents’ and stakeholders’ views on high level, strategic options for balancing its budget.
The closing date is 11:59pm on Monday 21 August 2017.
Summer Play Scheme 2017
You can also download a PDF copy of the poster here
Pop-up Activity Roadshow 2017
Pop down on the following days at the following locations between 10.00am and 1.00pm and have a game of table tennis, cricket or football plus parachute games for younger children and much much more.
|Thursday 10 August||Holbury||Whitefield Road, Renda Road Park|
|Friday 11 August||Lyndhurst||Wellands Road Park|
|Monday 14 August||Fordingbridge||Recreation Ground|
|Wednesday 16 August||Lymington||Woodside Park|
|Thursday 17 August||New Milton||Recreation Ground|
|Friday 18 August||Ringwood||Carvers Recreation Ground|
|Monday 21 August||New Milton||Recreation Ground|
|Wednesday 23 August||Holbury||Whitefield Road, Renda Road Park|
|Thursday 24 August||Lyndhurst||Recreation Ground|
|Friday 25 August||Ringwood||Carvers Recreation Ground|
|Wednesday 30 August||Lymington||Woodside Park|
|Thursday 31 August||Holbury||Whitefield Road, Renda Road Park|
|Friday 1 September||Ringwood||Carvers Recreation Ground|
Fordingbridge is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 under the name Forde.
The town lies on the banks of the River Avon in Hampshire and has a population of approximately 5,700 people.
A major feature of the town is the 7 arched bridge.
Since 1982 Fordingbridge has been twinned with Vimoutiers in Normandy
For details about retailers and services the Fordingbridge Town Centre Shopping is a good source of information on food and drink, health and wellbeing, house and home, leisure and local interest, professional and financial services and vehicles, and includes a useful map.
The Fordingbridge Information Office (see PDF for more details) is located at Kings Yard, Salisbury Street and offers a range of information on Town Council Services, New Forest District Council Services and Visitor Information. Opening Hours are:
Until further notice, the Information Office will be open 10.00am – 4.00pm, Monday to Friday (Excluding public holidays).
Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Telephone 01425 654560
Would you like to meet new people?
Have a few hours to give to something worthwhile?
Interested in your local heritage?
Then join our team of volunteer stewards at Fordingbridge Museum for 2 ½ hours from time to time - Easter-October
You’ll be in great company and never left to work alone. No prior knowledge is required as full training provided.
Contact: Fordingbridge Museum Trust
Kings Yard, Salisbury Street,
Fordingbridge, Hants SP6 1AB
T: 01425 654222
Or Philippa Duckworth: T: 01425 656813
Friends of Fordingbridge Hospital
Following the closure of this charity, the assets remaining at the AGM were distributed. Please see this PDF for details
- Augustus John - Welsh portrait artist, born 1878, who lived in Fordingbridge from 1927 until his death in 1961
- Frank Jefferis - former Southampton, Everton and England footballer, born 1884
- Neil McCarthy - actor, born 1933
- Paul Kidby artist, born 1964, best known for his art based on Terry Pratchett's Discworld, lives and works in Fordingbridge
- Daniel O'Mahony writer, born 1973
Christmas in Fordingbridge 2015
A video giving the taste of the Christmas Lights countdown and Christmas shopping (You Tube video)
Remembrance Sunday 2016
Hundreds of people turned out on Sunday 13th November to participate in the Remembrance Sunday commemoration, parade and church service to remember all those who gave their lives for their country.
In addition to the many organisations participating in the parade, many spectators lined the route to pay their respect and add their support. YouTubeVideo
Picnic in the Park 2016
A video giving a taste of the fun celebrating the Queen's 90th Birthday (YouTube Video)
A video of the Hyde Band who played at the Picnic in the Park event (YouTube Video)
The Moto Guzzi Club of Great Britain 40th International V Twin Rally
28-31 August, 2015 in Fordingbridge, Hampshire UK. Photography, Editing and Production by Tim Devane.
World War One Centenary
Fordingbridge First World War Centenary Commemoration
The Fictitious Village of Fordwick 1914
Welcome to the village of Fordwick in July 1914 just before the outbreak of the Great War, when life was normal, but how this would change in a very short space of time. (You Tube Video)