'Welcome to the Emery Down village website -
a website for the village by the village. It brings together all the key areas of village life - the Village Hall, Church, Almshouses and the village Telephone Kiosk.
In addition, you will find a village forum for discussion topics and a calendar of upcoming events in Emery Down, Lyndhurst or in the near vicinity. There are also dedicated pages for the Church, the local history group 'How We Used To Live', the Village Hall, the Telephone Kiosk and the Almshouses, as well as a village small ads page for use by the village to promote events, advertise their village-based businesses, post small ads etc..
News & Events
Parish Council Casual Vacancy
Please click here to download the details.
The New Forest Pony - More Than Meets The Eye
A talk by Suzanne Kempe
Tuesday 7 February 2017 at 7.30pm
Venue: Emery Down and Bank Village Hall
Entrance: £3 at the door.
Refreshments available. A How We Used To Live event.
New Forest Rural Communities Matter Conference
Saturday 11 February 2017
Venue: New Forest Outdoor Centre, Minstead Manor Estate, Emery Down
Michael Lane, Police and Crime Commissioner is holding a rural communities matter conference. The aim is to give those who live and work in rural communities the opportunity to give their views on rural crime and to help set future rural priorities that will eventually form part of a new rural crime strategy for Hampshire and Isle of Wight.
This is a chance to have your views to be heard. To book a place please: click here.
Nominate a 'Parish Champion'!
Please click here to downolad the nomination form. Closing date 28 February 2017.
Mill Lane Rat Run
The first report of the joint Traffic Management Working Party set up by the Parish Councils of Lyndhurst and Minstead is now published. Please click here to download the report.
Commemorating the First World War
A project to research the men whose names are inscribed on the lych gate in Emery Down is underway. Please get in touch with Sara if you wish to be involved in any way - as a researcher or if you are a relative of any of the men whose names are listed. Click the link to see the poster seeking your help. We have a companion project with Lyndhurst Parish Council. Please contact Adrian for details.