Welcome to the Denny Lodge Parish Council Website

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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.

Food Larders

The Food Larder is a community larder run by volunteers for the benefit of their local community. It is a membership scheme aimed at helping people make their money go further by reducing food shopping bills (members can make a considerable saving each year).

Apply for a postal vote

Polling stations will be safe places to vote in May,
but there are other ways to vote.
Want to vote by post? Apply early.
There are a number of elections due to take place on
Thursday 6 May.
We are working to ensure polling places will be covid-secure,
but you might prefer to vote by post.
If so, it’s never too early to apply for a postal vote.
Apply to vote by post: https://www.newforest.gov.uk/votebypost

Citizens Advice

New Forest now has a dedicated Adviceline number available to New Forest residents: 0808 278 78 60 Phone us on our New Forest Adviceline or take a look for Advice online

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