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"We will remember them"

New Milton's Remembrance Sunday - 10th November 2019

New Milton's Annual Remembrance Sunday Parade & Service took place on Sunday 10th November 2019.  The Parade started from Crossmead Avenue Car Park and headed to the War Memorial for the 2 minute silence at 11 am.  The wreath-laying ceremony was followed by a Parade to The Memorial Centre for the Annual Remembrance Day Service

 

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New Milton's VE75 Commemorative Events 1st - 10th May 2020

From the 1st until the 10th May 2020, New Milton will be staging a number of commemorative and celebratory events to remember the 75th anniversary of the ending of the WWII in Europe on   the 8th May, 1945.  Later in the year we will commemorate VJ75 Day on Saturday 15th August 2020 on New Milton's Recreation Ground. Detailed information will be published shortly. 

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 VE75 & VJ75 Commemorative Events - May - August 2020

 

In New Milton and in towns across the New Forest, organisations, local community groups and historical associations, will also be rememembering the time when the guns fell silent across Europe and commemorating the coming of the peace.  In this section of the web site we will try to keep you up-to-date with outline details of such events and activities as they become available.

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About New Milton's Events

VE75 in New Milton is a major town event put together by a steering group involving a number of local community groups and the New Milton Town Council. The events are being facilitated by The New Milton Residents' Association and staged with the assistance of a number of local service groups including The Lions Club of New Milton, Milton Heritage Society, other community groups and individuals too numerous to detail.

Any profits made from the events or collections taken at: the "We'll Meet Again" commemorative concerts on Friday and Saturday 1st and 2nd May and the main free 'Picnic on the Clifftop' at Barton on Sea on Friday 8th May, will be donated to SSAFA - the Armed Forces charity, formerly known as Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association.

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Announcements

  • ROYAL BRITISH LEGION POPPY APPEAL

    The Royal British Legion is best known for the annual Poppy Appeal and its emblem, the red poppy. Every year, the Legion organises a countrywide network of Poppy Appeal collectors to meet huge public demand for poppies, the nation’s symbol of Remembrance.

    The Poppy Appeal raises about half of the funds needed for our welfare work every year.

    The 2019 Poppy Appeal will launch towards the end of October and it runs until New Milton's Annual Remembrance Day on Sunday 10th November.

    Collection will be made across New Milton and poppies will also be available at a number of major location across out town.

    Please give generously and help our local Branch achieve a record sum to support the work of The Royal British Legion.

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