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Carolyn Griffith

Carolyn Griffith
Reporter Carolyn Griffith joined the A&T in 2007 after graduating from university with a degree in journalism. Her patch includes Totton, the Waterside and Lyndhurst. She regularly attends court hearings and inquests.

‘Wonderful’ response to appeal for trust’s minibus hit by arson

THE Countryside Education Trust charity has been overwhelmed after hundreds of pounds was raised to replace one of its vehicles that was destroyed in an arson attack. As reported in the A&T, the minibus belonging to...
Lymington RNLI

Lifeboat man dashes from own 40th birthday party to attend mid-strife crisis

THE helm of Lymington lifeboat interrupted his 40th birthday celebrations to join colleagues on their first rescue of the year. The volunteers were scrambled following reports a seven-metre motorboat had run aground near the Isle...
Lyndhurst Park Hotel

‘High class’ homes plan expected soon for Lyndhurst Park Hotel

A PLANNING application to redevelop Lyndhurst Park Hotel is expected to be submitted in March and will include new homes, holiday lets and shops, a village councillor has confirmed. As reported in the A&T, the...
New Forest District Council

New council vans plug in to cut out carbon emissions

FOUR new zero-emission electric vans have been purchased by New Forest District Council as it looks to reduce its environmental impact. Two of the distinctive vehicles will be used by members of the council’s cleaning...
tommy warner

Tommy Warner: Circus labourer able to balance park bench on his chin

A FORMER army sergeant who was well known for performing tricks he learned while working at a circus has died aged 89. Father-of-six Tommy Warner was born in Dalkey, a few miles from Dublin in...
Wessex Cancer Trust

Cancer charity in battle for survival raises third of fundraising target

A CANCER charity which needs to raise £600,000 by the end of the month or risk closure has so far received over a third of that amount in donations. Wessex Cancer Trust, which costs £100,000...

‘Another very sad day for the Forest,’ says owner of stabbed sheep

THE owner of a New Forest sheep which was stabbed to death and left in a lane has spoken of her distress at the shocking incident. The body of the ewe was found in Kewlake...
Hythe police station

Parish councillors oppose new retirement homes at ex-police station

LOCAL councillors are opposing a new application by a developer to build retirement flats on the site of the former police station in Hythe. Previous proposals by McCarthy and Stone for 35 apartments on the...

Warning issued to New Forest horse-owners after equine disease outbreak

OWNERS of horses that have been to an equestrian centre at the centre of an outbreak of a highly contagious virus have been urged by the verderers not to ride them on the New...
McCarthy and Stone

Retirement developer back with fresh plan for old police station

A DEVELOPER whose plans to build retirement apartments at a former police station were rejected by a government inspector has submitted a fresh scheme. As reported in the A&T, the first proposals by McCarthy and...
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