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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.
The Pig review

The Pig: Laid-back and local inspires new lunch menu

AS we arrived via the sweeping gravel drive my first impressions of The Pig at Brockenhurst are of an idyllic period hunting lodge set in manicured mature grounds. But step inside and the beautifully warm...
Simon Reeve

Win an audience with TV travel journalist Simon Reeve

Competition closed SIMON REEVE, world renowned travel journalist, TV presenter and best-selling author, will share tales from his adventures at Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre on 10th November. During his show the BBC travel journalist recount tales from over...
Noisy Lobster review

The Noisy Lobster: Seafood and seaside make for an absolute gem

HAVING spent a huge part of my childhood at a family a beach hut in Barton, the coast has always had a powerful draw for me. So the Noisy Lobster in Mudeford - a restaurant...
Legendary Bay City Rollers

Win tickets with your A&T to relive Rollermania at the Regent Centre

Competition closed BAY City Rollers fans are promised a night to remember as band icon Les McKeown relives the soundtrack of a generation during a celebration concert at Christchurch Regent Centre. The tour promises to be...

Jim Cobb: Kind-hearted holiday park owner was keen sailor

LONGSTANDING holiday park owner and leading Freemason Jim Cobb has died at the age of 88. Well known as the face of Cobb’s Holiday Park at Highcliffe for many years, Jim moved to Carlton House...

Prolonging the piggies – pannage extended after bumper acorn crop

LARGE acorn windfalls mean that the New Forest pannage season has been extended. The annual event sees pigs turned out onto the open Forest by commoners to eat the nuts that are poisonous to ponies...

Win tickets to see Shakespears Sister at Bournemouth Pavilion

Competition closed ROCK legends Shakespears Sister are set to play Bournemouth Pavilion next month as the 1980s superstars reunite on stage for the first time in 26 years. The duo, comprising Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit,...

Green tap water is safe to drink, says supplier

RESIDENTS reporting green-coloured water coming from their taps in the New Milton and Christchurch areas have been reassured of its safety. The water, said to have a noticeably “green or yellow tinge”, has been tainted...

Win tickets to see the Glenn Miller Orchestra

Competition closed STRIKE up the big band, the Glenn Miller Orchestra is set to swing into Christchurch next month with a concert at the town’s Regent Centre. The musical programme will take the audience back to...

Educate the public or the Forest will be changed forever – commoners

COMMONERS are fearful the New Forest could be changed forever if the public are not better educated on how to behave around livestock. The stark warning was issued at a verderers meeting in Lyndhurst on...
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