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Date set for government inquiry into 44 retirement homes plan in Lymington

30 April 2021
Date set for government inquiry into 44 retirement homes plan in Lymington

Date set for government inquiry into 44 retirement homes plan in Lymington

30 April 2021

A PUBLIC inquiry will be held into plans for 44 new retirement apartments at one of the gateways into Lymington.


Asparagus season in full swing for Sopley farmer Dan Tanner

29 April 2021
Asparagus season in full swing for Sopley farmer Dan Tanner

Asparagus season in full swing for Sopley farmer Dan Tanner

29 April 2021

SOPLEY farmer Dan Tanner and his team of pickers are busy harvesting one of the nation's favourite spring vegetables ready to sell in his shop.


Top outside food-and-drink venues open across the New Forest

23 April 2021
Top outside food-and-drink venues open across the New Forest

Top outside food-and-drink venues open across the New Forest

23 April 2021

AT long last locals have been able to enjoy that much-anticipated drink in the sun as pubs, restaurants, hotels and cafés opened up their gardens.


Why New Forest man's Land Rover was seized for royals' visit to islands

19 April 2021
Why New Forest man's Land Rover was seized for royals' visit to islands

Why New Forest man's Land Rover was seized for royals' visit to islands

19 April 2021

PRINCE Philip's lifelong love of Land Rovers is a fact known only too well by a former crown surveyor from Brockenhurst.


Yachtsman to attempt solo Atlantic row

18 April 2021
Yachtsman to attempt solo Atlantic row

Yachtsman to attempt solo Atlantic row

18 April 2021

PROFESSIONAL yachtsman Mark Delstanche is soon to embark on the toughest challenge of his life - a solo and unsupported Atlantic row.


Heartfelt tributes paid to Duke of Edinburgh

17 April 2021
Heartfelt tributes paid to Duke of Edinburgh

Heartfelt tributes paid to Duke of Edinburgh

17 April 2021

Heartfelt tributes have poured in from civic leaders across Hampshire and Dorset following the death of Prince Philip aged 99.


Pub name change ahead of reopening

17 April 2021
Pub name change ahead of reopening

Pub name change ahead of reopening

17 April 2021

NEW owners of former Lymington pub the Thomas Tripp have announced a name change as it opens up its garden to customers.


Special campaign to boost non-essential retail

14 April 2021
Special campaign to boost non-essential retail

Special campaign to boost non-essential retail

14 April 2021

LYMINGTON will see the launch of a special campaign to celebrate the reopening of non-essential shops.


Call to save Lymington’s historic salt barns

10 April 2021
Call to save Lymington’s historic salt barns

Call to save Lymington’s historic salt barns

10 April 2021

A CIVIC group has called for “urgent action” to protect the last surviving barns of the salt production era which helped establish Lymington.


Council throws out calls for gender-neutral terms

09 April 2021
Council throws out calls for gender-neutral terms

Council throws out calls for gender-neutral terms

09 April 2021

DESPITE calls by councillors to “move with the times”, BCP Council voted against a motion to stop using “male universals” like chairman.


Artist has head in clouds with new community project

08 April 2021
Artist has head in clouds with new community project

Artist has head in clouds with new community project

08 April 2021

A CHRISTCHURCH artist is inviting her community to rediscover their appreciation of the skies by designating her street a “cloud-gazing area”...


Hike for residential parking permits across the New Forest

07 April 2021
Hike for residential parking permits across the New Forest

Hike for residential parking permits across the New Forest

07 April 2021

THE cost of residential parking permits across the New Forest will increase under moves by Hampshire County Council to “modernise” the service...


The gargoyle tribute to NHS on Christchurch Priory

02 April 2021
The gargoyle tribute to NHS on Christchurch Priory

The gargoyle tribute to NHS on Christchurch Priory

02 April 2021

A TRIBUTE to the NHS has been set in stone at Christchurch Priory in the form of a carving of a mask-wearing nurse...


Plans for nearly 500 homes on fields at the edge of Ringwood

29 March 2021
Plans for nearly 500 homes on fields at the edge of Ringwood

Plans for nearly 500 homes on fields at the edge of Ringwood

29 March 2021

PLANS have been unveiled by a developer to build nearly 500 homes over fields on the edge of Ringwood ...


Help scheme for families in need over the Easter holidays

28 March 2021
Help scheme for families in need over the Easter holidays

Help scheme for families in need over the Easter holidays

28 March 2021

A NEW raft of support for struggling families over the Easter holidays has been announced by Hampshire County Council...


Woman who took her own life after 'crippling pain' was refused NHS hormone replacement therapy

27 March 2021
Woman who took her own life after 'crippling pain' was refused NHS hormone replacement therapy

Woman who took her own life after 'crippling pain' was refused NHS hormone replacement therapy

27 March 2021

A CHRISTCHURCH woman took her own life after suffering months of “crippling pain” and symptoms of post-traumatic stress, an inquest heard...


Public to have say on improving cycle and bus routes between Christchurch and Poole

25 March 2021
Public to have say on improving cycle and bus routes between Christchurch and Poole

Public to have say on improving cycle and bus routes between Christchurch and Poole

25 March 2021

A MAJOR consultation has been launched over plans for improved cycling routes and better bus connections between Christchurch and Poole...


Future of Christchurch Waitrose under threat as car park sale is rejected

24 March 2021
Future of Christchurch Waitrose under threat as car park sale is rejected

Future of Christchurch Waitrose under threat as car park sale is rejected

24 March 2021

CHRISTCHURCH is in danger of losing its Waitrose store after the town’s councillors voted not to sell the adjoining car park...


Strikes by Wightlink ferry staff called off

23 March 2021
Strikes by Wightlink ferry staff called off

Strikes by Wightlink ferry staff called off

23 March 2021

STRIKE action by Wightlink staff has been called off after “progress” in talks between the union and ferry operator...


Pupils sent home and households asked to isolate after positive Covid case at infant school

22 March 2021
Pupils sent home and households asked to isolate after positive Covid case at infant school

Pupils sent home and households asked to isolate after positive Covid case at infant school

22 March 2021

A GROUP of pupils at Pennington Infant School have been sent home after a positive Covid-19 test was confirmed...


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