Assets and Services

For further information on any of the Parish Council's assets and services, please contact the Parish Clerk.  

Allotments

 

Brockenhurst Parish Council has various allotments available to rent at Black Knowl.  

Please contact the Parish Clerk for details of allotment availability, waiting list and charges.

 

 

Playground

 

A fully equipped children's playground is located adjacent to the Village Hall, Highwood Road.  

Please contact the Parish Clerk for further information.

 

 

Benches & Bus Shelter

 

Brockenhurst Parish Council is responsible for the many benches scattered around the Parish and the bus shelter at Waters Green.  

For further information or to report an issue with these facilities, please contact the Parish Clerk.  

 

 

War Memorial

 

The Council is responsible for the maintenance of the War Memorial in Sway Road.  

Please contact the Parish Clerk for further information.

 

 

St Nicholas' Churchyard

 

Brockenhurst is justifiably proud of its Churchyard which overlooks the village and is adjacent to St Nicholas' Church which is one of only two churches in the New Forest mentioned in the Domesday Book and is reputed to be the oldest church in the area.  

The Churchyard is divided into two areas:  the smaller area surrounding the Church itself falls under the auspices of the Church Authorities whilst the lower section below the steps is managed by the Parish Council.  If you would like to enquire about our Churchyard please contact the Parish Clerk.  

The Churchyard also contains many Commonwealth War Graves from the First World War.  These are mostly ANZAC soldiers who were treated at the No. 1 New Zealand General Hospital in Church Lane but who died from their wounds.  Further information on the history of the Churchyard and the Commonwealth War Graves can be found in the Visitor Information section of our website.  

For further information on conditions and fees for interment in the Churchyard, please click on the St Nicholas' Churchyard heading at the top of the page.  

 

 

Lengthsman Scheme 

 

In conjunction with East Boldre and Sway Parish Councils, Brockenhurst Parish Council contracts a Lengthsman, funded by HCC, to carry out maintenance work, eg, footpath clearance, sign cleaning, within the Parish.  

Further information on the Brockenhurst scheme is available from the Parish Clerk.  

 

 

Grant Applications

 

For information on grant applications, please contact the Parish Clerk.