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What's in store at this year's Lymington Seafood Festival

02 July 2021
What's in store at this year's Lymington Seafood Festival

What's in store at this year's Lymington Seafood Festival

02 July 2021

LYMINGTON Seafood Festival organisers are championing local food producers and chefs this year and have announced a second stage.


Lymington pick-your-own opens new farm shop

18 June 2021
Lymington pick-your-own opens new farm shop

Lymington pick-your-own opens new farm shop

18 June 2021

AS strawberry season kicks off at Goodall's pick-your-own in Lymington, visitors to the site can now browse what's on offer in the new farm shop.


Village plagued by 'vandalism, car racing and street drinking' to miss out on new rules tackling anti-social behaviour

14 June 2021
Village plagued by 'vandalism, car racing and street drinking' to miss out on new rules tackling anti-social behaviour

Village plagued by 'vandalism, car racing and street drinking' to miss out on new rules tackling anti-social behaviour

14 June 2021

RESIDENTS in Highcliffe say they are "staggered" that new rules set to be introduced to tackle anti-social behaviour will not cover their village.


New Forest commoners open doors to 'bridge gap' between farmers and public

11 June 2021
New Forest commoners open doors to 'bridge gap' between farmers and public

New Forest commoners open doors to 'bridge gap' between farmers and public

11 June 2021

COMMONING farmers in Cadnam are opening their doors in an effort to bridge the gap between the food-producing community and general public.


New Forest residents face tip charges in council's cash-saving proposals

11 June 2021
New Forest residents face tip charges in council's cash-saving proposals

New Forest residents face tip charges in council's cash-saving proposals

11 June 2021

CHARGES at household waste recycling centres and the axing of school crossing patrols are two of the many measures that could be introduced by HCC.


Controversial Lymington retirement flats block given go-ahead after developer wins appeal

09 June 2021
Controversial Lymington retirement flats block given go-ahead after developer wins appeal

Controversial Lymington retirement flats block given go-ahead after developer wins appeal

09 June 2021

PLANS for 44 sheltered flats in Lymington have been approved by a government inspector despite warnings the town was becoming a “retirement area".

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Revamped pub opens onsite microbrewery

05 June 2021
Revamped pub opens onsite microbrewery

Revamped pub opens onsite microbrewery

05 June 2021

A POPULAR Lymington pub will now be selling its own freshly brewed beers with the addition of an on-site microbrewery.


Outrage over sale of village hall

29 May 2021
Outrage over sale of village hall

Outrage over sale of village hall

29 May 2021

CONTROVERSIAL plans to sell a community hall in Pennington have sparked outrage from local residents who say it should be saved.


Vicar slams DVLA after battle to medical licence renewal

28 May 2021
Vicar slams DVLA after battle to medical licence renewal

Vicar slams DVLA after battle to medical licence renewal

28 May 2021

A LOCAL vicar has highlighted some of the "practical challenges" of living with a mental health condition after struggling to renew driving licence.


Ringwood gin maker launches tours and tastings

28 May 2021
Ringwood gin maker launches tours and tastings

Ringwood gin maker launches tours and tastings

28 May 2021

G&T lovers can now discover the botanical secrets behind the creation of hand-crafted small batch gin with the launch of distillery tours in Ringwood.


Call for investigation into death of woman while in NHS care rejected by government

21 May 2021
Call for investigation into death of woman while in NHS care rejected by government

Call for investigation into death of woman while in NHS care rejected by government

21 May 2021

THE government has rejected calls by a Barton woman for an investigation into the death of her sister while in the care of Southern Health.

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£300k cash boost for New Forest cycling charity

21 May 2021
£300k cash boost for New Forest cycling charity

£300k cash boost for New Forest cycling charity

21 May 2021

A CHARITY which promotes inclusive cycling in the New Forest is expanding its service thanks to a £297,000 Lottery grant.


'The town is already struggling' – residents slam plans for 55 homes on busy Barrack Road in Christchurch

18 May 2021
'The town is already struggling' – residents slam plans for 55 homes on busy Barrack Road in Christchurch

'The town is already struggling' – residents slam plans for 55 homes on busy Barrack Road in Christchurch

18 May 2021

THERE has been fierce opposition to plans for 55 homes in a prominent location on the corner of Barrack Road in Christchurch.


Teen cleared of murdering ex-Highcliffe School pupil

17 May 2021
Teen cleared of murdering ex-Highcliffe School pupil

Teen cleared of murdering ex-Highcliffe School pupil

17 May 2021

A TEENAGER charged with murdering of former Highcliffe School student James Cutting, who was stabbed in Bournemouth, has been cleared by a jury.


Hope but no guarantees over this year's Ellingham Show

14 May 2021
Hope but no guarantees over this year's Ellingham Show

Hope but no guarantees over this year's Ellingham Show

14 May 2021

THE organisers of Ellingham Show will not give any guarantees the event will go ahead as planned this summer.


Live music and food at open day of local brewery

14 May 2021
Live music and food at open day of local brewery

Live music and food at open day of local brewery

14 May 2021

A SMALL brewery operating from a Hinton farm that specialises in vegan craft beers is hosting an open day with real ales, a barbecue and live music.


New Forest Folk Festival confirmed this summer

14 May 2021
New Forest Folk Festival confirmed this summer

New Forest Folk Festival confirmed this summer

14 May 2021

ORGANISERS of the New Forest Folk Festival have confirmed the much-anticipated event will be going ahead this summer.


Pollution warrior welcomes sewage discharge laws – but wants more to be done in New Forest

07 May 2021
Pollution warrior welcomes sewage discharge laws – but wants more to be done in New Forest

Pollution warrior welcomes sewage discharge laws – but wants more to be done in New Forest

07 May 2021

A NEW Forest conservationist has welcomed new laws by the government that will seek to reduce the amount of sewage entering rivers.


River cruise and onboard gourmet burger nights launched in Lymington

07 May 2021
River cruise and onboard gourmet burger nights launched in Lymington

River cruise and onboard gourmet burger nights launched in Lymington

07 May 2021

FOR those looking for affordable luxury as the evenings draw out, a river cruise followed by dinner on the water is sure to be just the ticket.


Driver who left pony for dead sentenced

30 April 2021
Driver who left pony for dead sentenced

Driver who left pony for dead sentenced

30 April 2021

A DRIVER who hit a New Forest pony and left it to die in the road without reporting the incident has been sentenced.


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