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For telephone calls only Mon - Thurs 9.00am - 5.00pm  and Friday 9.00 - 4.30pm 023 80863138.


A meeting of the Town Council will be held in the Palm Room at Totton & Eling Community Centre, Totton, on Wednesday 29th September 2021 at 7.15 p.m.
If a member of the public wish to attend or speak at the meeting they should contact the Town Council on 02380 863138 Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm.



All pools are now closed for the season.



Please note that the Totton and Eling Town Council Car Parks, both the Testvale and War Memorial, are limited to 5 hours free parking with a £10 overstay fee after that period.
For further information CLICK HERE



Please note: Both the cemetery and resident permits 2020/2021 have expired. We are now issuing 2021/2022.. For further information CLICK HERE 


  1. To inform members of the public the Council are looking at over 30 projects which could be commenced in the Town as developer monies may be available.  
  2. The Town has been working to prevent unauthorised encampments. Now completed. 
  3. There has been much online discussion in respect of the Toll Bridge at Eling but the Council would wish people to know that this arose only from the Council quite rightly looking at the public having best value and continuous improvement but that no decision has been taken and none will be taken until an in-depth investigation and report is submitted to Council. Council Members who obviously will make the final decision.


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Totton & Eling is a town of nearly 30,000 population in the New Forest District and in the County of Hampshire. 

Over the last 30 years the Town has been a major growth area almost doubling its population.

Although only a very small area of the Town is actually in the New Forest National Park, Totton and Eling immediately adjoins the beautyof the New Forest.  

Its natural beauty and the grazing of animals on the forest by local people has maintained an historic way of life for centuries and provides a unique environment for local people to enjoy.

Totton & Eling is also close to the coast and a large city, useful for major shopping trips.

The town has a very good mix of housing, good local employment and plenty of essential shopping.

It also has a low unemployment rate of about 1% and the crime rate is low in the area.

We hope you find our website helpful and informative.

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