Mary Magdalene Church
The Parish Church of New Milton, Hampshire, UK
The Parish of Milton covers the town of New Milton and the neighbouring village of Barton-on-Sea. New Milton is located close to the New Forest and is easily accessible by private and public means of transport.
BY CAR: Take the A35 to New Milton (turn off B3058) and follow the road signs until you reach New Milton. At the traffic lights in the town centre, turn right into Old Milton Road. At the junction with the A337 Lymington Road, turn right. St Mary Magdalene Church can be found on the right in Church Lane just before reaching the retail showroom.
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BY TRAIN: New Milton railway station is located in the town centre with regular services operated by South West Trains from London, Southampton and Bournemouth.
Address: The Rectory,
St Thomas’ Church
Lymington's Parish Church
With the biggest concert space in Lymington, St Thomas' host concerts throughout the year and, with our Church Hall and kitchen, most events can be catered for.
BY CAR: St Thomas' Church is located at the top of Lymington High Street. Parking is available close by in one of the many carparks located in Lymington town centre.
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BY TRAIN: Lymington Town railway station is located just on the edge of the town centre, at the bottom of the high street. Regular services operated by South West Trains from London, Southampton and Bournemouth.
Address: St.Thomas’ Church,
St John the Baptist
Boldre, Hampshire, UK
St John’s Boldre, is very lovely. It is one of the most beautiful churches in the New Forest. It is an oasis of quietude, tranquillity and peace. Its setting among paddocks and woods, is well nigh perfect.
BY CAR: St John's is on Church Lane which runs between the A337 Lymington to Brockenhurst Road and Pilley. It is signposted from both the A337 and Pilley.
Church Lane is used by farm vehicles so please, if possible, use the car park adjacent to the church to avoid causing delays and congestion on the lane.
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BY TRAIN: Brockenhurst and Lymington Town train stations are nearby. Buses are available to Boldre, with some walking required between train/bus stop and from Boldre to the church.
Address: St John's Church,
Romsey, Hampshire, UK
Enjoy a wide range of concerts throughout the year organised by Music in Romsey. Musicians involved range from local choirs and bands to international soloists and orchestras. Concerts begin at 7.30 pm unless otherwise stated.
Romsey is well connected with the rest of England by road, rail and air. Southampton is seven miles away.
BY CAR: Turn off the M27 at Junction 3 and then take the third exit at the roundabout onto the M271 spur north-bound. You should now find yourself, heading towards Romsey. At the the roundabout at the end of the motorway, take the A3057 and, two miles further on at the next roundabout, turn left onto the A27 and cross the railway bridge for the final approach to Romsey. About a mile later, shortly after a pedestrian crossing, you will come to another roundabout . Take the first exit left and at the next roundabout – quite a small one – take the third exit.
There are three public pay-and-display car parks in Romsey suitable for leisure visitors.
BY TRAIN: Romsey enjoys direct train services from Cardiff, Bristol, Bath, Portsmouth, Southampton Central and Southampton Airport Parkway (both of the latter are served by trains from London Waterloo).
Romsey Abbey is a ten minute walk away from the station.
Address: Church Ln,
Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK
Portsmouth Cathedral, the Cathedral of the Sea, is a distinctively spiritual and prayerful space into which everyone is welcome to come — a Christian community committed to promoting social justice, equality, and compassion.
BY CAR: The Cathedral is located in the High Street of Old Portsmouth. There is limited parking available on the High St and adjacent streets; there is no dedicated parking lot for Portsmouth Cathedral.
BY TRAIN: The nearest train station is Portsmouth Harbour, which is approximately 15 minutes walk from the Cathedral. Alternatively busses run every 15 minutes between the station and the Cathedral.
Address: Portsmouth Cathedral
Beaulieu Abbey Church
Beaulieu, Hampshire, UK
The monastery at Beaulieu was founded in 1204 by King John, and its Abbey Church dedicated to St. Mary in 1246. Most of the Abbey fell into ruins after the dissolution of the monasteries by King Henry VIII, but domus, cloisters and refectory remain.
BY CAR: From the A326, turn right onto the B3054 at the Dibden Purlieu roundabout. Follow this road across the heath land, passing the Royal Oak pub and continue on the B 3054 down the hill. As you come to the Beaulieu River on your left, you will see the church on your right standing well back from the road. Turn in through the white gates and turn right into the church meadow to park.
BY BUS: Busses are available from Hythe, Lymington and Brockenhurst to Beaulieu. Please check local bus companies for further info.
Address: Palace Ln,