Damerham Community Website
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Parish Pump and the courier - latest editions

Parish Pump April 2021.pdf
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Parish Pump March 2021.pdf
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Parish Pump Feb 2021.pdf
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Parish Pump
Parish Pump December 2020.pdf
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The Courier February - March 2021.pdf
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The Courier
2020 - 21 Courier December - January.pdf
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See the latest edition of the Parish Pump for forthcoming events (link above)


Please see the latest information from the Safer New Forest Partnership HERE



New wireless broadband service available for properties to the North of Damerham - See 'The Internet and Broadband' section of Amenities for more details.


Damerham Welcome Pack


Damerham’s West Park Community Meadow is definitely “all things to all men” – and to all women, and children of course.

This serene green space runs along the banks of the Allen River, offering a peaceful haven for those who would like a quiet walk, to relax, and perhaps to watch riverside wildlife.  Bring a picnic, and enjoy the open air, and some summer sunshine. Your dog can come too, as dog waste bins are provided. The mead ow also has a community orchard, with varieties of fruit trees specific to this area to taste and enjoy.

There are plenty of activities for children too, from a pirate ship to a grass snake, with a tunnel at its head, and lots of other opportunities to dream up their own games and to let off steam.



Start at the corner of West Park Lane outside the Village Hall. 

Walk along for a hundred yards or so, and you will see a gap on the left, just before the first bungalow. 

The entrance gates can be seen at the end of this passageway.

Alternatively, if you are coming from the Rockbourne end of West Park Lane, you will come to a green space bordered by bungalows, where another gate will let you into the meadow.

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