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Brockenhurst - New Forest - HampshirePhoto by Madeleine Mildenhall

Brockenhurst, New Forest, Hampshire, lies within the Heritage Area of the New Forest - William the Conqueror's forest is a unique landscape of international renown. The European Union is funding work to restore and preserve this. Europe's largest surviving area of ancient pasture woodland. Consideration is being given to creating a National Park. The New Forest is all around you and wild ponies, deer and cows roam at will. The Rhinefield Ornamental Drive is worth a visit, especially when the rhododendrons are in bloom in the spring.

Photo provided by Brockenhurst CollegeThe North and South Weirs streams join and as one flow through Brockenhurst. In Brookley Road in the warmer months of the year the stream flows across the road, commonly referred to as The Splash, in Brookley Road. This is fine in summer and autumn but when the weather is colder, with possibility of the road icing over the pipes under the road are opened to take the flow. There is a second ford in the Waters Green area of the village and this flows continuously throughout the year. From beyond this the Weirs stream meets the river formed by the Blackwater and Ober Water to become the Lymington River.

Although set in a delightful forest environment, Brockenhurst has road and rail communications with the rest of the country that rival what is found in many large towns. The M3 motorway access to the M27 from junction 13 and via junction 1 on the M27 there is access to the A337, Cadnam, Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst, Lymington Road.


Brockenhurst Twinning Association
Twinned with Pont St. Martin, Loire Atlantique, France, to promote mutual understanding and friendship between our two communities by exchanges involving all our residents, active groups and organisations and to encourage particularly our young people to visit each other so that they may experience more easily the different cultures, traditions and aspirations of our two communities.

L'association de Jumelage de Brockenhurst
Jumelee avec Pont St. Martin, Loire Atlantique, France, pour encourager l'amitie et une entente réciproque entre nos deux communautés au moyen d'échanges entre tous nos habitants et les groupes et associations qui y remplissent un role et particulierement nos jeunes gens a se rendre mutuellement visite afin qui'ils puissent plus aisément acquérir l'expérience des différentes cultures, traditions et aspirations de nos deux pays.

Orangutan Appeal UK BrockenhurstOrangutan Appeal UK
A charity based in Brockenhurst to support the rehabilitation of orphaned and ex-captive orangutans in Borneo.

Click here to find maps and books on the New Forest working with Brockenhurst Parish Council

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There follows a list of links for other useful websites giving information on the New Forest:

Business, events, accommodation, town maps and much more - a portal for the New Forest.

New Forest District Council

The New Forest for practical information on the New Forest

Country Towns of England a directory of small country towns and market towns in England with advice on relocating from London

The Friends of Brockenhurst A Society which exists to protect, improve and develop the character and amenities of Brockenhurst and the surrounding forest area for the benefit of the residents of the village and the wider community

Brockenhurst Parish Church Website

Hampshire County Council

Tourist Information for the New Forest


Links of useful information on areas surrounding the New Forest

Tourist site giving information about accommodation in Highcliffe

Information on the National Park



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