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Terms & Conditions: Lymington.com by Bartley Marketing

Part One Use of Lymington.com Website by Visitors

Introduction 

The purpose of the website lymington.com and its communications channels is to enable a visitor to obtain useful information about local events, services and news.  This information is normally based on content supplied by advertisers and contributors which is often edited.  

Copyright and Intellectual Property

The website lymington.com hereafter referred to as “the site” or “this site”, is owned by Bartley Marketing Limited, a UK limited company whose registered office is at Bartley House, East Boldre, Brockenhurst, SO42 7WD; company registered number is 4426668. Save for content submitted by advertisers, the copyright in all written material, design, text and graphics made available upon or portrayed by this site and the subsidiary sites is owned by Bartley Marketing Limited. Nothing contained within these conditions or elsewhere upon this site confers or may be taken to confer any licence upon a visitor in respect of these intellectual property rights. In the event that a visitor is proved to have infringed any of these intellectual property rights, Bartley Marketing will seek to recover all loss and damage arising therefrom together with all costs associated with such recovery.

Permitted Use

Bartley Marketing does not seek to control or influence the use by visitors to this site of any material. Any subsequent contact that a visitor makes with an advertiser upon this site, and any subsequent trading or other activity or interaction following from this, is the sole choice and responsibility of the visitor. Subject to the above, visitors to this site must refrain from any infringement of advertisers’ copyright or of any related intellectual property rights and from any misuse of whatsoever nature of material submitted to those sites by advertisers and other contributors. In the event that Bartley Marketing Limited suffers any loss and damage consequent upon a failure by a visitor to observe these provisions, it will seek to recover such loss and damage in full.

Disclaimer

Bartley Marketing Ltd shall not be liable for any loss or damage incurred by any visitor to this site, whether arising from access to the site contents, use of any of the material contained upon the site, temporary or permanent unavailability of the whole or any part of the site, or otherwise. In particular it is the exclusive responsibility of visitors to this site to satisfy themselves in every respect as to advertisers upon the site and the quality and nature of any goods or services provided by such advertisers.

Change to Site Contents

Bartley Marketing Ltd reserves the right at all times to make any change to the contents of this site and to these terms and conditions. It is the responsibility of all visitors to this site to ensure that they are fully aware of the most up to date version of the site contents and of these terms before entering into any commitment in reliance in whole or in part upon the site contents or these terms.

Submission of Material to this Site

No material may be submitted via this site to Bartley Marketing Ltd or to any of its advertisers on this site or registered users, whether via their forums or otherwise, which is in any way in breach of any legislation or the legal rights of any third party, knowingly inaccurate, threatening or offensive, or calculated or likely to interfere with the proper functioning of the site. Any breach of this provision will render the party in breach liable to indemnify Bartley Marketing Ltd against any damages, claims, costs or other liabilities that it may suffer or incur as a result (whether directly or indirectly) of such breach.

Governing Law and Jurisdiction

These conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of England and Wales. Any dispute arising hereunder shall fall exclusively within the jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

Our Reviews Policy

Visitors to the site are encouraged to review the businesses featured in the business directory.

We will publish all visitor reviews on the site providing they are longer than 75 characters (to encourage ‘real’ reviews), and also that we do not consider them to be malicious or include swearing.

When reviews are added directly through our website, a validation process is required before a review is made ‘live’. This includes the reviewer having to respond to an email that we send to them. If reviews are received verbally or in writing we will enter them ourselves.

All reviews on the site are ‘reviewed’ by ourselves. If you believe a review is not real then please contact us and we will investigate and, if appropriate remove it from the site. We take the integrity of our reviews very seriously.

If a business which has received a poor review asks us to or if we ourselves judge it appropriate to find out more, we will ask the reviewer to provide more specific information to fully understand their issue or complaint. If relevant we will also offer the business itself the opportunity to have its reply or comment published.

If we are notified that a reviewer has taken legal action against the business being reviewed, no reviews from that person about that business will be published on the site, either before, during or after legal proceedings are completed. If the business takes legal action and notifies us, the same conditions apply.
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For any further questions regarding our Reviews Policy we would welcome your questions simply email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Terms for Submitting Reviews

These rules set out the terms of use for submitting reviews of businesses, services or places which appear on the site. Any submission of a review by you confirms your acceptance of the terms and conditions below.

  • Moderation

    The reviews section of our web site is fully moderated. Every review submitted will be checked by us for compliance with our content standards before it is published. We will try to publish as many reviews as we can but we cannot guarantee that all reviews will be published. We also cannot guarantee how quickly reviews will be posted as this will depend on other editorial commitments.
  • Although the reviews are fully moderated, we are under no obligation to you or any other person to oversee, monitor or moderate the reviews or any other service we provide on our web site and we may stop moderating the reviews section at any time. We reserve the right to not publish any review which we deem to be potentially defamatory of any person or which we deem unlawful or in violation of our content standards or any third party rights.
  • Submission of Reviews
  • To add a review, please register on the website and follow the simple steps to submit your review.

    You agree that your first name and the first letter of your surname will be used to identify your review when published. All information you provide will be kept strictly in accordance with our Privacy Policy. 
  • Content Standards

    These content standards apply to your review. The content standards must be complied with in spirit as well as to the letter. We will determine, at our sole discretion, whether a review breaches our content standards. We reserve the right not to publish reviews, to amend content or remove reviews at any time from our web site without notice. Publication of reviews does not mean that we agree with or endorse any opinion or advice expressed.

    Your Review must:

    1) Be accurate (where it states facts), truthful and be genuinely held (where it states opinions).
    2) Comply with the law applicable in England and Wales and in any country from which it is posted.
    3) Be relevant, constructive and helpful to other users of the site and be from your own genuine personal experiences.

    To allow reviews to be published it is imperative that the reviewer has used the service or product of the business. 

    We reserve the right to not publish and remove a review where it is found that there is no evidence of use of the business.

    Feel free to explain any negative experiences, but your review will not be posted if we deem it to be in breach of these conditions.

    You agree that your review will not:

    1) Be defamatory of any person; obscene; offensive; hateful or inflammatory.
    2) Promote discrimination based on race, sex, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation or age.
    3) Disclose the name, address, telephone, mobile or fax number, e-mail address or any other personal data in respect of any individual.
    4) Infringe any copyright, database right or trade mark of any other person.
    5) Breach any legal duty owed to a third party, such as a contractual duty or a duty of confidence or be in contempt of court.
    6) Be likely to harass, upset, embarrass, alarm or annoy any other person. Your review should be of the business not the individuals involved.
    7) Impersonate any person, or misrepresent your identity or affiliation with any person.
    8) Advocate, promote, incite any third party to commit, or assist any unlawful or criminal act.
    9) Contain any advertising or promote any services or web links to other sites.
  • Disclaimer

    You understand and acknowledge that information posted or transmitted by reviewers is the sole responsibility of the person from which such material originated.
    Bartley Marketing Ltd shall not in any way be held responsible or liable for reliance by users on any information that is obtained from a review. We do not warrant the completeness or accuracy of the content, information or usefulness for any particular purpose.
  • Indemnity

    You shall remain solely liable for the content of any review you submit. You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Bartley Marketing Ltd from and against any claim, liability, cost, damage other expenses or loss we may incur (including, without limitation, legal fees) as a result of any material you post in a review or any violation by you of your obligations under these terms and conditions.
  • Copyright

    By submitting a review, you agree to grant Bartley Marketing Ltd a non-exclusive licence to use that review and the unrestricted right to freely use, edit, alter, reproduce, publish and/or distribute the material contained in your review for any purpose, commercial or otherwise, as we see fit, without acknowledgement or compensation to you. This licence will be free of charge, perpetual and capable of sub-licence. Bartley Marketing Ltd may exercise all copyright and publicity rights in the material contained in your review in all jurisdictions, to their full extent and for the full period for which any such rights exist in that material.

Changes to these Terms and Conditions

We may revise these terms and conditions at any time. Visitors are expected to check this page from time to time to take notice of any changes we make, as they are legally binding on you.

Law and Jurisdiction

These terms and conditions shall be governed by English Law.

Rules for competitions and prize draws featured or promoted on the site but which require registration for entry on a 3rd party site are not governed by these official rules.

Part Two Business Services provided by Bartley Marketing Ltd for using the website Lymington.com and its associated online channels (Users)

Bartley Marketing Ltd will supply certain free services available to Users. For paid services the Customer will take and pay for Marketing Services using the website Lymington.com and its associated online channels.  Unless otherwise specified in writing, the following terms and conditions apply.

Bartley Marketing Ltd shall use all reasonable care and skill in performing its obligations under the arrangements agreed. Bartley Marketing Ltd warrants that it has, and will consistently apply at all times, the experience, resources and competence to execute its obligations efficiently and expeditiously and shall provide the Services as defined and agreed.

Adding a free business listing and adding events are both free to users.

For paid services, the Customer agrees to honour the agreement as specified and pay invoices within the specified time period.

Invoices and Payments:

Featured Business Page in Lymington.com Directory is payable online either annually or monthly in advance.

Annual Business Membership of Lymington.com can be paid online as above or invoiced on sign up as preferred, payment within 7 days.

Regular Business Membership paid monthly is invoiced at the beginning of the month and should be paid by bank transfer or direct debit within 14 days unless different payment details are agreed.

Ad hoc promotional boost campaigns via Lymington.com media channels are invoiced prior to promotion and are due for payment within 7 days.

Bartley Marketing website hosting and domain renewals are invoiced at the beginning of the due month and are normally due for payment within 7 days.

For one-off work such as website design and development and marketing plans, standard terms with new clients are 50% deposit, balance on completion and invoices are due for payment within 7 days of receipt.

VAT will be charged at the current rate.

Payment options are provided with invoice: direct debit or bank transfer (standing order preferred for monthly charges).

Bartley Marketing Ltd reserves the right to charge for reasonable expenses, whether travel or subsistence, incurred by Bartley Marketing Ltd or any of its representatives where incurred for the purpose of providing relevant Services where requested.

Bartley Marketing Ltd reserves the right to apply interest to overdue amounts at 4% above base rate until paid. A handling charge of £10 may be applied to each overdue invoice amount monthly.

Bartley Marketing Ltd reserves the right to either suspend or terminate services provided, if invoices remain unpaid for longer than 14 days beyond the due date.

Period of Agreement and Cancellation

Where Business Memberships are paid annually rather than monthly they will renew automatically after 12 months and invoices for the next 12 month period will be sent out by email at the beginning of the due month. Any Customer wishing to cancel should advise within 7 days of receipt of invoice otherwise payment is due.

The minimum period for monthly, twice monthly or weekly Regular Membership of Lymington.com is 12 months unless specifically agreed otherwise. This allows for planning and set up costs incurred by Bartley Marketing Ltd. After 12 months, one month’s notice is required in writing.

In the event that a monthly agreement is cancelled by Bartley Marketing Ltd, Bartley Marketing Ltd shall provide one month’s notice of cancellation of the agreement.

The Customer or Bartley Marketing Ltd may suggest variations to the agreement by giving notice in writing as appropriate.

Confidentiality and Intellectual Property

Each party acknowledges that it may receive information of a confidential nature relating to the other party, its business and customers. Each party undertakes to the other that it will use such confidential information solely for the purposes envisaged by the Agreement and will not disclose the same.

All Intellectual Property created or developed by Bartley Marketing Ltd and provided to the customer under contract, will unless expressly stated within that contract, remain the property of Bartley Marketing Ltd at all times.

Bartley Marketing Ltd shall provide the services using all reasonable care and skill.

Liability

Bartley Marketing Ltd shall not be liable for any business impact caused by delivery of services during the contracted period

Specifically, in the unlikely event that the Lymington.com website should be damaged or withdrawn Bartley Marketing Ltd shall not be liable for any refund in the case of services paid in advance.

The Customer accepts that the entire liability of Bartley Marketing Ltd in respect of any and all claims made against it by the Customer in connection with the agreement shall not exceed the fees due from the Customer.

Assignation/Subcontracting

Bartley Marketing Ltd may assign and/or subcontract any of its rights and obligations under the agreement on written agreement with the Customer.

The Customer shall not have these rights to assign and/or subcontract any of the rights and obligations under the agreement.

The agreement constitutes the entire agreement and understanding between the parties with respect to its subject matter.

Nothing in the agreement shall operate to limit or exclude any liability for fraud.

 

Bartley Marketing Limited, April 2020
Business and Registered Address: Bartley House, East Boldre, Brockenhurst, Hampshire, SO42 7WD
Company Registered Number: 4426668

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Local Jobs in Lymington and the New Forest

Jobs in Lymington and the New Forest

Situations vacant - permanent, temporary and voluntary roles.

If you're a business, one of the many benefits of Business Membership is advertising on our local jobs page and promotion of your vacancies across all our online channels - click here for details

If you're a job hunter: if you don't already receive our Weekly What's On e-newsletter, keep up to date by signing up here! 

 
 
 

26 January: Events Fundraiser at Oakhaven Hospice click here  

Oakhaven Hospice is recruiting a part-time Events Fundraiser to work with the events team in the delivery of high-quality organised events, generating income and awareness of Oakhaven Hospice (22.5 per week. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with the flexibility to work additional hours if needed to cover holidays and support with any functions and events)

This role will suit someone with:

  • Fundraising experience (however Oakhaven will seriously consider anyone with proven organisational ability or suitable transferable skills).
  • Excellent Communication and interpersonal skills
  • An eye for detail, with high standards
  • Excellent timekeeping
  • Excellent organisational skills and the ability to respond to changing deadlines professionally and efficiently.

Please click here for full information and to apply.


26 January: Care Assistant at Oakhaven Care

Oakhaven Care Ltd provides high-quality Visiting Care and Live-In Care to help you or your loved ones live with more independence at home. The friendly, professional team provides paid-for assistance with daily tasks, personal care, medical assistance and companionship, helping you live your life to the fullest. Oakhaven Care Ltd is a Social Enterprise and a wholly owned subsidiary of Oakhaven Hospice. This means any profits made by Oakhaven Care Ltd go to support the work of the hospice. Services include Visiting Homecare, Live-In Care, Respite Care, and Palliative Care.

Oakhaven Care is currently recruiting new members of its care team as they grow services across Lymington, New Milton, Brockenhurst, Lyndhurst, Totton, Waterside, Romsey and surrounding areas.

Please note that Oakhaven Care is unable to offer skilled worker visa sponsorship for this role. Therefore, you must ensure that you are eligible to work in the UK without sponsorship for your application to be considered.

Please click here for full information about the role and all the benefits of joining the Oakhaven Care family

 

To apply for a role with Oakhaven Care Ltd, please email your CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


12 September: Força Strength Against Cancer - Nourish volunteers

 

Lymington charity, Força – Strength Against Cancer, needs your help! Could you spare 2.5 hours a week to help deliver one of their flagship projects at Lymington Hospital? 

Força's Nourish programme provides delicious, nutritious frozen meals (prepared by the brilliant catering team at Oakhaven Hospice) to people receiving chemotherapy treatment at Lymington New Forest Hospital.

A new team of volunteers is now needed to help provide this service at Lymington New Forest Hospital.

If you’d like to find out more, click here for a role description and please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to express an interest by Friday 22nd September 2023. There will be an information session in October where those who have expressed an interest can find out more. Find more information about Nourish here.

  


 5 July: Hammersley Homes Outreach Home Visitor

Location:        Home – based in the New Forest / South West Hampshire

Hours:             Part time – 20 hours per week

Contract:        3-year fixed term contract, subject to funding

Salary:            Starting salary of £ 11 440 per annum

Reporting to: Outreach Programme Manager

About Hammersley Homes

Established in 2018, Hammersley Homes is a charity that provides support for life, for vulnerable adults who live with enduring mental health challenges and psychotic illnesses. Our aim is to establish a nationwide network of Day Centres, Outreach Services and Supported Housing schemes. We focus upon increasing people’s quality of life, whilst decreasing the likelihood of relapse into a mental health crisis. Implementing ongoing support provides an opportunity to notice if there is any notable decline in the person’s health or wellbeing.

Hammersley Homes has been awarded a grant from The National Lottery to further expand our Outreach Home Visiting Programme. As a result, we are now looking for an Outreach Home Visitor to join us on a 3-year fixed term contract, supporting clients in the New Forest / South West Hampshire. (There may be a possibility of contract extension, subject to securing funding beyond the initial 3-year period.)

Main purpose of this role

The Outreach Home Visitor will visit clients in their own homes or in community settings on a rota basis. Some aspects of the role can be completed working from home or from the Hammersley Home office which is located in Lymington in the New Forest.

The Outreach Home Visitor will support each client with company and tactful guidance, presenting options for the individual to make informed choices. They will encourage independence, self-care, happiness and contentment. They will encourage social contact and integration where possible and they will make appropriate referrals for further support when desired / necessary.

A person-centred approach is adopted.

It is expected that each visit will last up to 2 hours, dependent upon the contract agreed with the client.

Please note that personal care is NOT a requirement of this role.

Principal duties

This role will involve:

  1. Visiting clients in their own homes or in community settings on a rota basis.
  2. Supporting clients to achieve personal goals by providing encouragement, advice and motivation.
  3. Talking to clients about their needs and listening to their concerns, showing care and compassion.
  4. Providing practical support; accompanying clients on shopping trips, attending health and social care appointments (as agreed by the Outreach Programme Manager), assisting with mail, using online technology etc.
  5. Encouraging clients to look after their own home, personal hygiene and health.
  6. Encouraging clients to engage within their local communities, supporting each to attend groups and events, participate in hobbies etc.
  7. Supporting clients to maintain existing skills and develop new ones.
  8. Supporting clients to achieve their personal goals and ambitions.
  9. Observing and monitoring wellbeing, paying close attention to any changes in behaviour.
  10. Recording notes accurately after each session.
  11. Reporting any concerns, incidents or disclosures to the Outreach Programme Manager.
  12. Routine completion of the Warwick Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale (WEMWBS) questionnaire, to evaluate the impact of our Outreach Support Service.
  13. Writing monthly reports for each client and sending these to the Outreach Programme Manager, before your monthly 1:1 meetings.
  14. Completing 1:1 meetings with a small number of Volunteer Outreach Home Visitors.
  15. Attending monthly team meetings.
  16. Performing all duties in accordance with Hammersley Homes policies and procedures.
  17. Adherence to the professional boundaries set out in Hammersley Homes Code of Conduct.
  18. Completion of training deemed necessary for this role including First Aid, Mental Health Awareness, Equality and Diversity, GDPR and Safeguarding Adults.
  19. Monthly submission of an expense claim for costs such as mileage and parking.
  20. Supporting the Outreach Programme Manager with event management and risk assessments.
  21. Any other duties, reasonably requested, and commensurate with your role.

Person Specification

Qualifications/Experience

  1. Previous experience of supporting vulnerable individuals.
  2. A driving license.

Skills, Abilities and Knowledge

  1. A good understanding of the work of Hammersley Homes and a commitment to the vision and mission.
  2. An approachable and friendly disposition with a clear understanding of, and the ability to manage, appropriate professional boundaries.
  3. A good understanding of Safeguarding, confidentiality and informed consent.
  4. An understanding of best practice in relation to GDPR and Equality and Diversity.
  5. Comprehensive IT skills.
  6. Confident communication skills and the ability to engage positively with a diverse range of individuals.
  7. Empathy, kindness and patience.
  8. Good observational skills and honesty.
  9. Problem solving skills and initiative.
  10. An understanding of mental illness.
  11.  Resilience
  12.  Flexibility
  13. The ability to treat all individuals with dignity and respect.

The nature of mental illness may mean that the person is not the same in mood or have the same expression each time you visit. They may have difficulty with boundary issues and ask more of you than you want to, or should, give. It is therefore important that you remain consistent and calm, knowing that the following week things may have returned to what they were before, or improved. If you notice a serious deterioration, it is your responsibility to report this to the Outreach Programme Manager.

A DBS check is a requirement of this role.

Application process

Please email a CV and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., explaining on no more than 1 side of A4 why you are interested in this role and why you feel you would be a suitable fit for the role:

Alternatively, please post a CV and cover letter to our office in Lymington:  Hammersley Homes, Suite 113 Town Hall, Avenue Road, Lymington SO41 9ZG.

Please call 07542 321880 if you would like any further information.

Closing date – we are actively interviewing applicants and will close this advert when a suitable candidate has been found.


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Useful Lymington and New Forest Contact Information

Useful contacts in the Lymington and New Forest area

Emergency Services 

Emergency Police, Fire, Ambulance, Coastguard - 999

  • EMERGENCY number. Should be used only when urgent attendance by the emergency services is required – for example someone is seriously ill or injured, or a crime is in progress. Calls are free, and 999 can be dialled from a locked mobile phone.

Non-Emergency Police Number - 101

  • Use 101 when you want to contact the police, but it’s not an emergency A general rule is “if the crime is not currently in progress, use 101.” Can also be used to give information about a crime committed, or to contact the police with a general enquiry. 
  • Also consider Crime Stoppers - 0800 555 111 - https://crimestoppers-uk.org/

Non-Emergency Medical Number - 111

  • Replaced the former NHS Direct service. Use this for illnesses and minor injuries where life isn’t threatened, but you would like some advice on what to do next. Calls are free.

New Forest - Animal Emergency

  • Road traffic accidents involving Forest animals should be reported immediately to the Police by dialing 999 (emergency) or 101 (non emergency).
  • If you find a sick, injured or distressed pony, cow, donkey, pig or sheep, contact the Verderers’ Office on 023 8028 2052 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm), or the Forestry Commission on 0300 067 4600 (24 hours).
  • If you find a sick, injured or distressed deer, contact the Forestry Commission on 0300 067 4600 (24 hours).

Find the Rules of the New Forest here.

Utilities

Travel 

Rail Information

Bus Information

Ferry Information

Airport Information

Find out more about travelling to Lymington and the New Forest here

Local Councils and Government

Hampshire County Council

  • Responsible for roads and footpaths, education, highways and strategic planning within the county.
  • Contact HCC at: Hampshire County Council, The Castle, Winchester SO23 8UJ - Telephone: 0300 555 1375

New Forest District Council

  • Responsible for housing, council Tax, local planning, garden waste, benefits, car parking, road closures, recycling and waste collection.
  • Contact NFDC at: New Forest District Council, Avenue Road, Lymington SO41 9ZG - Telephone: 02380 285000

Town Council

  • The aim of every Town Council is to work towards improving community well being and providing better services at a local level. Their activities fall into three main categories: representing the local community; delivering services to meet local needs; striving to improve quality of life and community well being.
  • Find out more about Lymington and Pennington Town Council here. Address: Town Council Office, Town Hall, Avenue Road, Lymington, SO41 9ZG - Telephone: 02380 285893. Town Councillors contact details.
  • Find out more about New Milton Town Council here. Address: Town Hall, 2 Ashley Road, New Milton, BH25 6AS - 01425 619120. Town Councillors contact details.

Members of Parliament

Registration Offices and Information

  • Register a death within 5 days: 0845 6035637 - more information: http://documents.hants.gov.uk/registration/registeradeath.pdf
  • Lymington Registration Office - Lymington Library - North Close, Lymington, SO41 9BW - 0300 555 1392
  • Ringwood Registration Office - Ringwood Gateway, The Furlong, Ringwood, BH24 1AT - 0300 555 1392
  • Totton Registration Office - Totton Hub, 1 High St, Totton, Southampton, SO40 9HL - 0300 555 1392 

New Forest Authority

Find here information about the New Forest National Park Verderers, Agisters, Commoners and Rangers, including how the New Forest 'system' works.

Places of Worship

Community Information

  • New Forest Disability Information Service: 01425 628750 - https://www.newforestdis.org.uk/
  • Alzheimer's Society (New Forest & Southern Test Valley): 01590 644679 - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Lymington Dementia Action Group: https://www.lymington.com/lymington-dementia-action-group
  • Citizen's Advice Bureau: 0300 3309 009 - now based at Lymington Town Hall, open 10am to 4pm.
  • Lymington Care Group: 01590 679187
  • Samaritans: 0845 7909090
  • Trading Standards: 01622 626520
  • Tourist Information (at St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery Tourist Point): 01590 676969

Community Centres:

Libraries:

  • Lymington Library: 01590 6035631
  • New Milton Library: 0300 555 1387
  • Ringwood Library: 0300 555 1387
  • Lyndhurst Library: 0300 555 1387

Medical Information

Emergency Departments:

Other Hospitals and Hospices:

Find Doctors Surgeries, Dentists and other medical practicioners in our Directory.

Meet the Team

The Lymington.com Team

The Lymington.com website and is owned by Bartley Marketing, marketing agency based in the New Forest 

Bartley Marketing is a unique blend of consultancy and marketing agency based in the New Forest and Lymington, which brings together a team of experienced marketing specialists. We don’t just “consult” and leave you with a to-do list. Our team has the skills and experience to help you implement all elements of your marketing plan, at the right cost and at the right time.

At Bartley Marketing we’re passionate about growing businesses. Our vision is to help plan, create and drive your marketing activities more effectively and at more affordable costs. So, whether you’re formulating strategic marketing plans, designing a new website, launching a new service or product, developing a digital marketing campaign, or simply need an injection of creativity and fresh thinking into your marketing initiatives – we’re keen to help!

We strive to alleviate the pressures and stresses caused by your marketing headaches and our goal is to make your marketing more effective, strategic and competitive by providing you with professional marketing support tailored to your needs.

A friendly, creative marketing team based in Lymington and the New Forest.

With backgrounds working for large corporates as well as small businesses, the Bartley Marketing team fully understands the challenges facing our clients and believes that the elements of smart marketing are essentially the same whatever the organisation size.

If you’re a small business it can be difficult to master the finely-tuned balancing act required to run your own business with all its demands, and have a life too. That’s before you even contemplate the best way to market your business in this age of blogging and social media.

If you’re a larger company, you may have employed marketing resource inhouse and found it to be ill-equipped to provide your business with the wide range of skills needed, and inflexible to deal with the peaks and troughs.

Whether you need a responsive and optimised website, social media management, targeted direct communications, advertising or promotional material, we have the expertise to design, copywrite and manage to your requirements. Find out more about our services.

Long term marketing partnership

Bartley Marketing forms long term working partnerships with businesses who appreciate our blend of professionalism with friendliness, creativity and flexibility. Our business is to get right inside your business and put the building blocks in place for your smart marketing.

That’s why we like to understand your objectives and issues and get to know you a little, before we begin a commercial relationship. To sit down with you and discuss your business ideas, marketing strategies, goals and challenges, before deciding together on a way forward.

From there on, from consultancy and advice to implementation across a number of services, markets, messages and media, we can tailor our service to meet your needs.

The team

‘Born and bred’ in the New Forest area, both Jane and Tanya grew up locally before heading further afield to university and successful careers in London. They were drawn back to their New Forest roots, where local business can now benefit from their wide ranging skills and experience.

The Bartley Marketing team includes specialists in web design, search engine optimisation, social media, graphic design, online advertising and photography, including 360 degree virtual tour imagery. 

Jane Porter

Prior to founding Bartley Marketing in 2002, Jane spent 20 years gaining commercial and project management experience with London, European and US based companies, including Joint MD at Rapp & Collins (direct marketing agency part of worldwide communications group Omnicom) and MD at Jane Porter Direct (direct marketing consultancy and agency).

Her particular business strengths include: wide industry sector experience of the big marketing picture, with strategy and planning across all marketing methods and media; relationship marketing theory and practice; business development practice including networking and events; writing compelling promotional copy.

Jane is a board member of the New Forest Business Partnership and member of Lymington & District Chamber of Commerce and Forest Entrepreneurs. She has a CAM Diploma in Communications, Advertising and Marketing and BA (hons) in Modern Languages.

Tanya Baddeley

Tanya has over twenty years of commercial marketing, strategic marketing and project management experience. Having worked in a large multinational organisation and also with small and medium-sized businesses on a wide variety of integrated marketing communications projects, she understands the reality of day-to-day pressures and resource constraints.

Committed to helping businesses achieve results, gaining more exposure and growth, through smart, creative marketing, Tanya brings clarity and direction through robust marketing planning and writes captivating copy for public relations, advertising, prospect relationship marketing and communications campaigns.

Tanya has a BSc (hons) in International Business and Modern Languages.

 

 

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