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Deputy news editor Liz Hendrie grew up on the Waterside and started working for the A&T in 2009. She reports from across the patch and edits the Business and Lifestyle pages.

New Forest visitor centre handed £2,500 grant boost

A NEW Forest visitor centre has been given a £2,500 boost through a scheme which raises funds for conservation and education projects. The New Forest Heritage Centre, a museum, gallery and reference library in Lyndhurst,...

Obituary: Leigh Webb – ‘wonderful character’ owned Lymington chicken factory Webb’s Country Foods

THE former owner of Webb’s Country Foods chicken processing factory in Lymington, Leigh Webb, died age 82 on Christmas Eve. The father-of-three lived for 18 years in a large house, called Tukal, situated on the...

‘It’s unjust’ – Pig hotels group slams government after being named and shamed for...

THE Pig hotels group has defended its position after being “named and shamed” by the government for failing to pay workers the minimum wage. The Lyndhurst-based group, which owns seven Pig hotels across the south...

‘This is better than I had hoped’ – New Forest MPs vote in favour...

BOTH New Forest MPs said they voted in favour of the government’s 11th hour Brexit deal with the EU to secure the UK’s “independence”. Finalised on Christmas Eve, the 1,246-page trade deal went before parliament...

When school pupils in New Forest and Christchurch go back in 2021 after latest...

THE return to school for secondary and college students across the New Forest and Christchurch has been pushed back amid spiralling Covid cases. Students will remain at home for the first week of term, and...
A row of wheelie bins

Fordingbridge Town Council slams ‘eyesore’ wheelie bins plan

MOVES to introduce wheelie bins in the New Forest have been opposed by Fordingbridge Town Council after members labelled them an “eyesore” and said elderly residents would have difficulties. New Forest District Council has unveiled...

Obituary: Shirley Bolt – former Hythe GP and psychosexual therapist

FORMER Hythe GP and psychosexual therapist Shirley Bolt has died aged 86. Shirley was a practice partner at Hythe Medical Centre – now Waterside Health Centre – in Beaulieu Road, and worked part-time for ExxonMobil...

The knitivity – church display sew impressive in carrying out the wool of God

YARN bombers have brought festive cheer to the village of Pennington with the creation of a woolly Christmas tree and nativity scene. More than 50 volunteers have come together to produce more than 300 knitted...

Pandemic sees the end of Lymington and Brockenhurst Lions Club

PRESSURES of the pandemic have forced the closure of Lymington and Brockenhurst Lions Club after 31 years of fundraising. The group, which has amassed around £175,000 for good causes since its formation, is well known...

New Milton surgery among first in country to give coronavirus vaccine

A NEW Milton GP surgery will be among the first in the country to start vaccinating patients as the UK gears up for the biggest immunisation programme in NHS history. Taking delivery of the coronavirus...
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