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Harvey Squires

Harvey Squires
Harvey was born and bred in Lymington and has joined the A&T as a photojournalist . He graduated from Bournemouth University with a degree in multimedia journalism in 2017.

Residents urge cash-strapped police to put more officers on the streets

FRUSTRATED residents are putting pressure on the police force to increase the number of uniformed officers on the streets of New Milton. Inspector Scott Beney, from the New Forest neighbourhood policing team, was invited to...
Coeliac UK Awareness Week

Hospital offers advice to help mark Coeliac UK Awareness Week

AN information stall dedicated to coeliac disease is being hosted by the Lymington New Forest Hospital tomorrow (Tuesday) during the condition's awareness week. Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust will have a stand at the main reception...
Lymington post office

Red letter day as downsized Lymington post office reopens

STAFF at the new-look Lymington post office welcomed back customers after reopening at its fresh premises in Rashley Mews. Continuing to be a main post office, the branch is offering the same products and services...

Steel specialist Toby Hill-Cousins finds strength through collaboration

A STEEL specialist who prides himself on offering affordable rates to meet tight budgets has big plans to grow the business from his base at the A&T’s IncuHive New Milton. Solent Steel Structures was founded...

Minor injures unit at Lymington hospital cuts opening hours

PRESSURE on staff has been blamed for the reduction of opening hours at the minor injuries unit at Lymington New Forest Hospital. NHS bosses say the change was made after it was found that the...
The Calshot D-Class lifeboat, Willet towing the broken down vessel to the slipway

RNLI to the rescue as speedboat bought on eBay ends up all at sea

A SPEEDBOAT broke down and had to be rescued by Calshot and Lepe RNLI after being bought online off eBay. At 4.30pm on Tuesday the Calshot D-Class lifeboat, Willet, was tasked by the Coastguard to attend reports...
Zigzag path in Highcliffe

Zig-zag path set to reopen after public campaign victory

THE zig-zag path between Highcliffe Castle and beach is set to re-open tomorrow (Friday) after completion of restoration work. Aerial photos taken by an engineer from the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole council show construction workers...

New Forest’s own grand designs awarded with architecture accolades

SOME of the most innovative, sympathetic and ingenious structures in the New Forest have been celebrated at the national park authority’s annual building design awards. A panel of judges made up of national park authority members...

New Forest bed inventors to face the critics on BBC show

A NEW FOREST couple will be appearing on the first episode of a new BBC show, The Customer is Always Right, to showcase their latest invention. Martin and Kris Andrew of Bedstretch in Ringwood, will...
Pupils and parents from William Gilpin school gathered at the Town Hall

Protesting pupils take to the streets to ‘save our planet’

PUPILS from William Gilpin School at Pilley stood with youngsters all over the world by taking part in the fourth global children's strike for action on climate change. Concerned children and parents from the school...
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