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Busy Lyndhurst road without pedestrian crossing is 'an accident waiting to happen'

17 September 2019
Busy Lyndhurst road without pedestrian crossing is 'an accident waiting to happen'

Busy Lyndhurst road without pedestrian crossing is 'an accident waiting to happen'

17 September 2019

Shrubbs Hill Road THE lack of a pedestrian crossing on a busy road in Lyndhurst is “an accident waiting to happen”, a resident has claimed. Jane Parry…


Community concert to raise money for girls' brain tumour treatments

16 September 2019
Community concert to raise money for girls' brain tumour treatments

Community concert to raise money for girls' brain tumour treatments

16 September 2019

Lexie Graysmall (left) and Isabelle Revill are battling brain tumours TICKETS have gone on sale for a fundraising concert in aid of two little girls who…


Watch tower volunteers on a high with award from the Queen

12 September 2019
Watch tower volunteers on a high with award from the Queen

Watch tower volunteers on a high with award from the Queen

12 September 2019

The Lord Lieutenant Nigel Atkinson in uniform with the Calshot Tower watch crew and station manager Di Roblett (centre) VOLUNTEERS who help maintain the…


NHS trust apologises for 'missed opportunities' to save suicidal father

10 September 2019
NHS trust apologises for 'missed opportunities' to save suicidal father

NHS trust apologises for 'missed opportunities' to save suicidal father

10 September 2019

Matthew Collings (54) was found hanged at Setley Pond, near Sway AN ACUTELY depressed Lymington man who took his own life was let down by mental health…


Town crossing pushed for safety work after series of accidents

05 September 2019
Town crossing pushed for safety work after series of accidents

Town crossing pushed for safety work after series of accidents

05 September 2019

The crossing over the A35 Totton bypass A PEDESTRIAN crossing which has been the scene of several accidents will be considered for improvements, Hampshire…


Tom Porter: Entrepreneur who served in the navy alongside Prince Philip

29 August 2019
Tom Porter: Entrepreneur who served in the navy alongside Prince Philip

Tom Porter: Entrepreneur who served in the navy alongside Prince Philip

29 August 2019

Tom Porter, who was from Burley, has died aged 93 AN ENTREPRENEUR who owned a pub chain, wrote quizzes and had many books published has died aged 93. Tom…


Children invited to go wild at opening of new nature play park

27 August 2019
Children invited to go wild at opening of new nature play park

Children invited to go wild at opening of new nature play park

27 August 2019

The play park in Ashurst will be similar to the one in Stanford Rise Green, Sway FAMILIES are being invited to the launch of a new children's wild play…


Family launch treatment appeal as little Isabelle fights rare brain tumour

23 August 2019
Family launch treatment appeal as little Isabelle fights rare brain tumour

Family launch treatment appeal as little Isabelle fights rare brain tumour

23 August 2019

Jemma Revill with daughter Isabelle (1) in hospital A FAMILY has set up a fundraising appeal to pay for specialist treatment for their one-year-old daughter…


Humid conditions prompt health warning to watch out for ticks

15 August 2019
Humid conditions prompt health warning to watch out for ticks

Humid conditions prompt health warning to watch out for ticks

15 August 2019

Ticks thrive in the humid weather conditions currently affecting the region PEOPLE are being urged to watch out for ticks as the area is affected by the…


Sea Scouts are left to count the cost of vandals and thieves

12 August 2019
Sea Scouts are left to count the cost of vandals and thieves

Sea Scouts are left to count the cost of vandals and thieves

12 August 2019

Around 15 youths were captured on security cameras at Testwood Lakes TWO Sea Scouts groups are counting the cost of crime after vandals and thieves targeted…


Rocket launcher handed in to Lymington police during weapons surrender

07 August 2019
Rocket launcher handed in to Lymington police during weapons surrender

Rocket launcher handed in to Lymington police during weapons surrender

07 August 2019

The rocket launcher was handed in to police at Lymington A ROCKET launcher was handed in to police at Lymington during a campaign by Hampshire Constabulary…


New carving vandalised just hours after arrival at revamped nature trail

05 August 2019
New carving vandalised just hours after arrival at revamped nature trail

New carving vandalised just hours after arrival at revamped nature trail

05 August 2019

The carved wooden owl at the Warren Copse nature trail was burned and had a wing snapped off VANDALS damaged a hand-carved wooden owl which had only recently…


Woman found dead on the beach had unknown heart problem

30 July 2019
Woman found dead on the beach had unknown heart problem

Woman found dead on the beach had unknown heart problem

30 July 2019

The inquest was held at the coroner's court in Winchester A PENSIONER found dead on a beach at Milford had an undiagnosed heart problem, an inquest heard. Sheila…


PICTURES: Crowds bask in the sun at Netley Marsh Steam and Craft Show

29 July 2019
PICTURES: Crowds bask in the sun at Netley Marsh Steam and Craft Show

PICTURES: Crowds bask in the sun at Netley Marsh Steam and Craft Show

29 July 2019

William Hirst (4) on one of his family's steam engines GOOD weather helped draw the crowds to this year's Netley Marsh Steam and Craft Show. The popular…


Woodland volunteers win Royal Forestry Society award

26 July 2019
Woodland volunteers win Royal Forestry Society award

Woodland volunteers win Royal Forestry Society award

26 July 2019

Dave Dibben and Derek Tippets with their Royal Forestry Society award A VOLUNTARY group which has helped to restore a woodland near Lyndhurst has won…


Councils counting the cost of vandalism at New Forest play parks

18 July 2019
Councils counting the cost of vandalism at New Forest play parks

Councils counting the cost of vandalism at New Forest play parks

18 July 2019

Play areas in Holbury and Pennington were struck by vandals (Photo: stock image) VANDALS struck at two children's play parks in the New Forest leaving…


'Kind and caring' Rebecca (23) died in bus collision in Australia

17 July 2019
'Kind and caring' Rebecca (23) died in bus collision in Australia

'Kind and caring' Rebecca (23) died in bus collision in Australia

17 July 2019

Rebecca Allan (23) died in Brisbane, Australia, on her way back to a hostel after a night out A MOTHER has paid tribute to her "bright, kind and caring"…


Couple complain of noise 'torture' from oil refinery steam leak

17 July 2019
Couple complain of noise 'torture' from oil refinery steam leak

Couple complain of noise 'torture' from oil refinery steam leak

17 July 2019

Jack and Christine Frost in their garden in Holbury near the oil refinery A COUPLE living near Fawley’s oil refinery say their lives are being made a…


'Near-miss' accidents revealed in survey by village road safety campaigners

16 July 2019
'Near-miss' accidents revealed in survey by village road safety campaigners

'Near-miss' accidents revealed in survey by village road safety campaigners

16 July 2019

Rashmi Stacey (second left) and Cllr Hilary Brand (third left) with campaigners at Goose Green where residents have reported a number of near-misses A…


Town council backs farmland redevelopment despite flooding concerns

09 July 2019
Town council backs farmland redevelopment despite flooding concerns

Town council backs farmland redevelopment despite flooding concerns

09 July 2019

The proposed development off Loperwood Lane in Calmore, Totton TOWN councillors have backed controversial plans for 80 new homes in Totton despite raising…


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