Friday 25th August 2017
5 nights

Fordingbridge

Great Bridge at Fordingbridge
This site is on the edge of the New Forest and is ideal area for walking or cycling, with plenty of Forest footpaths and cycle paths nearby.
The site opens at 2pm on Friday, and closes on Wednesday.
Stewards for the weekend are Stella and Mark, who can be contacted via the Wessex mobile phone on 07939 592 200.

Directions:

Trevethen, Stuckton Road, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, SP6 1AR
OS Ref: 195/154140

From Salisbury take the A338 south.
At the end of Fordingbridge Bypass turn left towards B3078.
Almost immediately turn first right (signed Stuckton/Frogham).
Continue past the bowls club and the site is on the left.

From Ringwood take the A338 north.
Take the exit to Fordingbridge and turn right at the T junction.
Turn right opposite the garage and then take the first road on the left.
Continue past the bowls club and the site is on the left.

Find it on Google Maps

What's on:

Ceilidh

We will be having two ceilidhs this weekend, on Saturday and Sunday evening, both starting at 7.30pm.

These are evenings of dancing, music, singing and other informal entertainment, and will be held in the Victoria Rooms, which is a short walk from the site.

There will be a raffle for our nominated charity. You can bring your own refreshments, although tea and coffee is provided in the interval.

In the area:

Fordingbridge Museum Housed on two floors of an old granary, it provides a fascinating insight into the social history of Fordingbridge over the last 100 to 150 years.
Fordingbridge A small country town on the banks of the River Avon. The Great Bridge, built in medieval times, is a major feature of the town with its seven graceful arches.

Our sites

Shops

Fordingbridge has many local shops, including a Co-op.

Eating out

There are several restaurants and pubs in Fordingbridge and the surrounding area.

Transport

Wilts and Dorset bus Route X3 runs from Fordingbridge every 30 minutes to Salisbury, Ringwood and Bournemouth.