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PICTURES: 30,000 flock to Highcliffe Food and Arts Festival

13 June 2022
PICTURES: 30,000 flock to Highcliffe Food and Arts Festival

PICTURES: 30,000 flock to Highcliffe Food and Arts Festival

13 June 2022

THE return of Highcliffe Food and Arts Festival after a two-year break was "hugely successful", with around 30,000 attendees.


AK47 replica and 'possible' M16 guns among 215 handed in to police

13 June 2022
AK47 replica and 'possible' M16 guns among 215 handed in to police

AK47 replica and 'possible' M16 guns among 215 handed in to police

13 June 2022

A CAMPAIGN to take unlicensed firearms off the streets saw more than 200 items handed in to Hampshire and Isle of Wight police.


Jubilee medals for RNLI crews at Lymington and Calshot

10 June 2022
Jubilee medals for RNLI crews at Lymington and Calshot

Jubilee medals for RNLI crews at Lymington and Calshot

10 June 2022

A COMMEMORATIVE medal to mark the Queen's jubilee has been awarded to Lymington and Calshot RNLI crew members with five or more years service.


Hospice launches 30th anniversary £30,000 fundraiser

10 June 2022
Hospice launches 30th anniversary £30,000 fundraiser

Hospice launches 30th anniversary £30,000 fundraiser

10 June 2022

A NEW corporate initiative has been launched to raise £30,000 for Oakhaven Hospice in its 30th year.


Promising young chemist Keagan awarded university bursary

10 June 2022
Promising young chemist Keagan awarded university bursary

Promising young chemist Keagan awarded university bursary

10 June 2022

A BROCKENHURST College chemistry student who will be the first in his family to study at university has been awarded a three-year bursary.


Two-day celebrations and music festival for Hythe pier railway's 100th anniversary

10 June 2022
Two-day celebrations and music festival for Hythe pier railway's 100th anniversary

Two-day celebrations and music festival for Hythe pier railway's 100th anniversary

10 June 2022

TWO days of celebrations are planned to mark the centenary of the Hythe pier railway next month.


Parish council's plea for NFDC to throw out 150-home plan for farmland

09 June 2022
Parish council's plea for NFDC to throw out 150-home plan for farmland

Parish council's plea for NFDC to throw out 150-home plan for farmland

09 June 2022

PLANS for up to 150 new homes on grazing fields in Marchwood should be thrown out, the parish council has declared.


A31 near Ringwood set for three days of 15-minute closures from Thursday

08 June 2022
A31 near Ringwood set for three days of 15-minute closures from Thursday

A31 near Ringwood set for three days of 15-minute closures from Thursday

08 June 2022

PARTS of the A31 westbound are to be closed to traffic in 15-minute intervals over three days starting from tomorrow (Thursday).


Nearly 250 blades handed in during week-long amnesty

07 June 2022
Nearly 250 blades handed in during week-long amnesty

Nearly 250 blades handed in during week-long amnesty

07 June 2022

A WEEK of action to challenge knife crime saw nearly 250 bladed articles handed in to Hampshire police.


New Forest MP's A326 funding fears if Waterside railway is reopened

01 June 2022
New Forest MP's A326 funding fears if Waterside railway is reopened

New Forest MP's A326 funding fears if Waterside railway is reopened

01 June 2022

PLOUGHING ahead with plans to reopen the Waterside railway line to passengers could damage efforts to secure “vital” A326 funding, a Forest MP says.

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School road safety concerns as pupil clipped by car after lollipop ladies' retirement

01 June 2022
School road safety concerns as pupil clipped by car after lollipop ladies' retirement

School road safety concerns as pupil clipped by car after lollipop ladies' retirement

01 June 2022

PARENTS are calling for safety action at a New Forest school after a youngster was clipped by a vehicle following the retirement of lollipop ladies.

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Farewell to leader of Avon Valley Churches

31 May 2022
Farewell to leader of Avon Valley Churches

Farewell to leader of Avon Valley Churches

31 May 2022

A FAREWELL service has been held for the leader of a group of seven churches who, after nine years, is moving on.


Highest royal honour for Christchurch loneliness charity

31 May 2022
Highest royal honour for Christchurch loneliness charity

Highest royal honour for Christchurch loneliness charity

31 May 2022

AN independent charity working to alleviate loneliness has been awarded the Queen's Award – the highest accolade a voluntary group can receive.


Blood-stained flag from sunken warship returned to hero's family after 29 years on display at sports club

28 May 2022
Blood-stained flag from sunken warship returned to hero's family after 29 years on display at sports club

Blood-stained flag from sunken warship returned to hero's family after 29 years on display at sports club

28 May 2022

A FLAG from a sunken British ship which was displayed for 29 years at a Milford sports club has been returned to the family of the original owner.


Firm reveals plan for 46 new homes in Fordingbridge to attract workers to area

27 May 2022
Firm reveals plan for 46 new homes in Fordingbridge to attract workers to area

Firm reveals plan for 46 new homes in Fordingbridge to attract workers to area

27 May 2022

PLANS have been unveiled for a 46-home development in Fordingbridge by a company seeking to attract employees to the area.


Hee-hawsome fundraising from donkey derby

27 May 2022
Hee-hawsome fundraising from donkey derby

Hee-hawsome fundraising from donkey derby

27 May 2022

OVER £10,000 was raised for a local scout group at Totton's 25th annual Donkey Derby which returned to the town after a three-year hiatus.


Ringwood School forced to close due to traveller encampment

24 May 2022
Ringwood School forced to close due to traveller encampment

Ringwood School forced to close due to traveller encampment

24 May 2022

A SCHOOL in Ringwood has been forced to close to pupils today (Tuesday) except for those sitting exams due to an unauthorised traveller encampment.


Grants and free bus passes to help Ukrainians settle in Hampshire

23 May 2022
Grants and free bus passes to help Ukrainians settle in Hampshire

Grants and free bus passes to help Ukrainians settle in Hampshire

23 May 2022

GRANTS of up to £5,000 and free bus passes are being made available for Ukrainian refugees to help them settle in Hampshire.

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Appeal after replacement for fire-hit Bransgore cottage is thrown out

22 May 2022
Appeal after replacement for fire-hit Bransgore cottage is thrown out

Appeal after replacement for fire-hit Bransgore cottage is thrown out

22 May 2022

A HOMEOWNER whose Bransgore home was destroyed in a blaze last year has challenged NFDC's rejection of his plans for a replacement property.


Lymington brothers to row Atlantic for charity – and to beat their dad's record

20 May 2022
Lymington brothers to row Atlantic for charity – and to beat their dad's record

Lymington brothers to row Atlantic for charity – and to beat their dad's record

20 May 2022

Three brothers from Lymington are preparing to row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic in December to raise £200,000 for the conservation charity, Tusk.


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