Notice Of Uncontested Election
Purdah Period Extended Due To European Parliamentary Elections
Elections for members of the European Parliament are scheduled to be held across Europe between Thursday 23 May and Sunday 26 May*, therefore 'purdah' or pre-elections restrictions will continue to apply to council activities until 10pm on Sunday 26 May.
(*Note: The EU Elections are being held in the UK on Thursday 23 May 2019, however polls are being held in some EU countries up until 26 May 2019.)
During this period, local government is subject to restrictions on communications activity to ensure that councils cannot be accused of bias.
Welcome to the Denny Lodge Parish Council Website
Denny Lodge covers an area of over 27 square miles, making it the second largest civil parish by area in England.
It is located on the eastern side of the New Forest, Hampshire. Its boundaries lie entirely within the New Forest National Park.
Most of its terrain comprises ‘open forest’ – heathland, marshes and bogs as well as deciduous and pine forests.
Despite the Parish’s large geographical area, its population is low (c. 350), making it one of the least densely populated regions in southern England.
The economy of the area reflects its rural nature. Businesses within the parish consist of farms, horticultural and equestrian concerns, as well as businesses related to tourism.
This site contains information about the parish of Denny Lodge, matters relating to the Parish Council, general information and links to relevant websites.
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