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James Henley

James Henley
Editorial assistant James Henley has lived in the New Forest for most of his life and currently has a home in Christchurch. He is a married father of two, a keen runner, and began working for the A&T in 2007.
The More You Ignore Me director Keith English, Jo Brand and Debbie Gray

Lymington director picks up national award with The More You Ignore Me

A DIRECTOR from Lymington was part of the team winning best comedy with his debut movie at this year’s National Film Awards UK. The More You Ignore Me directed by Keith English is from top...

Buckler’s Hard Yacht Harbour named top coastal marina

BUCKLER’S HARD Yacht Harbour has been named Coastal Marina of the Year. The facility beat more than 160 accredited marinas across the globe in The Yacht Harbour Association (TYHA) awards, which were based on votes...
Gemma Ives and Anna Jennings

Vets pedalling to John O’Groats in memory of colleague Rita

TWO women are preparing to cycle the length of the UK in memory of a New Forest veterinary surgeon. Anna Jennings and Gemma Ives will pedal from Land’s End to John O’Groats in a tribute...
World Wakeboard Championships gold medal winner Max Cuckney

Max rides crest of a wave to take gold at World Wakeboard Championships

A RINGWOOD teenager is on top of the world after winning the World Wakeboard Championships in Argentina. Despite being one of the youngest competitors in the event, sixteen-year-old Max Cuckney took the gold medal for...
England's Six Nations Grand Slam celebrations

Poppy Cleall scores two as England women claim Six Nations Grand Slam

BURGATE’S Poppy Cleall scored twice for England Women as they won their final match to clinch the 2019 Women's Six Nations Grand Slam. The Red Roses secured the title with an 80-0 bonus-point win over...

Churchill second in Sunday Times top 100 companies to work for

A RETIREMENT homes developer in Ringwood has been ranked number two in The Sunday Times’ top 100 Best Companies To Work For 2019 awards. Churchill Retirement Living also won a special Wellbeing Award in recognition...
Knife amnesty

Dorset Police launch knife amnesty to fight stabbing crimes

POLICE stations across Dorset have been holding a week-long amnesty as part of a national campaign to fight knife crime. The knife amnesty, which will run until 17th March, allows members of the public to...
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