The New Milton Residents' Association (NMRA) is an Association which represents the residents of the Parish of New Milton, including the areas of Ashley, Bashley and Barton on Sea. We work together to represent the collective views of our cohesive community, to highlight important issues and to work in partnership with others to make New Milton a better place to live, work and play.
Last Updated 12th November : Application Forms are now available on-line for our Coach Trips to the Mill at Sonning (Theatre Trip) - Book your seats now to avoid missing -out.
Tickets can now be applied for The Children's Christmas Party on 2nd December (4 - 10 year olds only)
The next General Meeting of the Association is on Tuesday 8th January 2019 at The Community Centre. We hope to be addressed by a senior member of Hampshire Constabulary on a topic relevant to New Milton and which we are sure will generate considerable interest - to be confirmed shortly.
Bookings are now being taken online for the New Milton Residents' Association's Autumn and Winter Table Top Sales being held at The Memorial Centre through to March 2019 (except December).
The Residents' Association publishes its New Privacy and Data Protection Policy.
Membership Form for 2018/2019 available online.
With membership of your Residents' Association, you will receive 12 issues of the 24 Page Colour "Focus" delivered to your door by our volunteer network - and you can attend all of our General Meetings.
All of this will only cost you £3.00 per year !
We have six general meetings a year plus an Annual General Meeting and Open Forum - generally held at The New Milton Community Centre and they alternate in timings between 2:15 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Topics vary widely, generally in reponse to requests made to us.
Community in Action - a new group within NMRA to develop the social aspects of the association. The objective is to bring New Milton residents of all ages together, to enjoy themselves, with an aim of raising funds to support those who are less fortunate than ourselves.
We now represent some 3,000 households in our town and the organisation is run by a team of 12 Office Bearers and Committee. The stronger our membership, the stronger the voice we can have to influence various issues in the Town
TUESDAY 6TH NOVEMBER
The New Milton Community Centre
"WW1 - The Impact on New Milton"
by Nick Saunders - Local Historian
Plus Open Forum
*Regular meetings with our Town, District and County Councillors to discuss and review activities and future plans for the Town - echoing the views of our Members
* Continual monitoring of development plans for our town and where necessary the submission of comments to the appropriate authorities and local bodies.
* In Partnership with our local Police we are working to reinvigorate and extend the coverage of Neighbourhood Watch Schemes in the Town.