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Roz Waters

Roz Waters
Senior reporter Roz Waters grew up in the New Forest and lives in Milford. She has worked at the A&T for 16 years and covers Milford Parish Council, Lymington Harbour Commissioners and the Verderers' Court. She also edits the Leisure page.
Burley working men's club

Meeting to decide future of working men’s club as support fades

A MEETING to decide the future of Burley working men’s club is due at the end of May after several volunteers announced their plans to retire. The facility, known locally as the Wathen Bartlett, is...
Milford beach huts

Taxpayers face £13,000 bill to fix ‘flimsy’ doors on £2.3m beach huts

TAXPAYERS must cough up yet more money for beach huts in Milford that have now been found to have “unsuitable” doors just two years after being built. New Forest District Council faces a £13,000 bill...

Win tickets to Keep Smiling Through at Christchurch Regent Centre

A SPECIAL celebratory show inspired by the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings will be staged at Christchurch Regent Centre. Keep Smiling Through has been created by the Glad Rag Production Company in homage to...

MP wades in to village planning battle with call to cancel housing scheme

NEW FOREST MP Sir Desmond Swayne has called on ministers to cancel planning permission for a controversial housing development in Milford as opponents race to raise £30,000 for a High Court challenge. The request from...
Wally Wright

Wally Wright: humanities teacher, lifelong rugby fan and ‘wonderful man’

A FORMER head of humanities at Noadswood School and rugby enthusiast Wally Wright has died at the age of 85. Described by his daughter Katharine as an extremely generous and kind man, Wally was a...

Monica Langston: parish champion who ran village post office

PARISH champion Monica Langston, who ran Lyndhurst’s post office for many years, served as church warden and was a longstanding volunteer at the community centre, has died at the age of 87. Along with her...
Milford recreation ground

Residents’ patrols proposed to fight village recreation ground crime problem

NEIGHBOURS of a Milford recreation ground could be asked to undertake night time patrols in a bid to deter anti-social behaviour and vandalism. As previously reported in the A&T, intruders have broken in to the...
Milford music festival

Villagers have just three days to save popular summer music festival

ORGANISERS of the popular Milford Music and Arts Festival have warned the summer event will be called off unless £5,000 and new volunteers can be found by Friday. The busy event is scheduled to run...

Win one of four family tickets to Brickosaurs at Marwell Zoo

Competition closed AS well as being home to more than 140 species of animals and birds, Marwell Zoo has  unveiled a collections of life-sized dinosaurs built from over 2-million Lego bricks. Brickosaurs is a display of...

Win tickets to sing along with The Sound of Music stage show

Competition closed MUSICAL fans can join the ultimate heart-lifting adventure as a sing-along production of The Sound of Music arrives at Christchurch Regent Centre later this month. The family favourite, recreated by BMT Productions, will be...
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