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TOWN COUNCIL MATTERS

All the latest News from Lymington And Pennington Town Council

 

Mamma Mia! Lymington's Italia Festival was HOT!

Lymington Italia Festival

Thousands visited Lymington's Italia Festival on Sunday 2nd July and basked in glorious sunshine as they admired the Ferraris and sampled the delicious offerings at the Italian market. Find out more...

 

Lymington Charter Market: every Saturday come rain or shine!

lymington pennington town council charter market flowers

Lymington has a traditional charter market which dates from the 1250s. The market takes place along the length of the High Street every Saturday throughout the year from 8am to 4pm and is far the largest street market in the New Forest area; with a great deal of history behind it is nowadays a special experience for New Forest visitors to enjoy. Find out more...

Lymington's Historic Seawater Baths

sea water baths

Lymington's Sea Water Baths, in Bath Road, is the oldest open air natural swimming pool in the UK. Dating back to 1833 the baths have historically gained national interest for their health giving waters and natural mud minerals. Today, young and old still swim in the waters and enjoy the stunning location with views over to the Isle of Wight. Find out more...

 

Lymington and Pennington Town Council Responsibilities 

ali lansley woodside gardensThe aim of our Town Council is to work towards improving community well being and providing better services at a local level. Their activities fall into three main categories: representing the local community; delivering services to meet local needs; striving to improve quality of life and community well being. Find out more...

 

Lymington and Pennington Town Council: Meet your Councillors

Lymington Town Hall

The Councillors of Lymington and Pennington Town Council are democratically elected to represent the electors in the town. Their main aim is to work together to serve the community and bring local issues to the attention of the council and help it make decisions on behalf of the local community. Find out more...

 

The Contact details for the Town Council office are:

Lymington and Pennington Town Council, Town Council Office, Town Hall, Avenue Road, Lymington, SO41 9ZG.

Tel. 02380 285893

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Town Council News...

Mamma Mia! Lymington's Italia Festival was HOT!

Lymington's Italia Festival 2017Thousands visited Lymington's Italia Festival on Sunday 2nd July and basked in glorious sunshine as they admired the Ferraris and sampled the delicious offerings at the Italian market. Find out more...

 

Petanque every Tuesday

petanque every Tuesday in Lymington

Players meet on Tuesday afternoons between 2pm and 4pm at the Petanque Court, Emsworth Road, Lymington SO41 3SE. Newcomers are welcome and can be supplied with all the kit required. A social session takes place each Thursday from 6pm. If you would like to get involved, you are welcome to turn up at 2pm on Tuesdays or call Chris on 01202 425063 or 07968 486762 for more information. It is free for anyone to use during daylight hours. 

 

The Seawater Baths have been officially opened for the Summer!

12 May 2017

Lymington Sea Water Baths is now open for the summer season!

The Lymington Seawater Baths were officially opened for the new 2017 season on Thursday 11th May by our newly re-elected Mayor of Lymington, Olympic sailor Barry Dunning. And the new showers and changing rooms are ready for occupation!

A huge programme of works has been taking place at the Seawater Baths, with £80,000 being invested this Spring to bring them up to modern day standards. These works include: the floor and liner of the baths, improvements in water quality, new toilets, showers, changing rooms and anti-slip paving outside the changing facilities.

New showers at Lymington Seawater BathsNew changing rooms at Lymington Seawater BathsThe Sea Water Baths are owned and maintained by Lymington and Pennington Town Council. They are the oldest open air sea water baths in the UK. Built in 1833 they gained national interest for their health giving waters and natural mud minerals. They were given Grade II listed status in 2012. The Council’s commitment is to preserve and enhance this historic and iconic piece of man-made architecture and continue to use sea water from Lymington river to fill it.

Today the Baths offer lots of extra entertainment including giant inflatables and kayaking but the basics still remain in place: young and old alike are able to swim in the waters (there is a roped off area specifically for those wanting to do widths) and enjoy the stunning location with views over to the Isle of Wight.

But the prices for prices still remain very competitive for a whole day’s entertainment for all the family! All your questions are answered here: http://www.lymingtonseawaterbaths.org.uk/faqs.php

Lymington Seawater Baths will be open from Saturday 13th May 2017 for the summer season.

Learn more about the history of the Lymington Seawater Baths


 

 

 

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