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Liz Hendrie joined the A&T as a senior reporter in 2011. She became deputy news editor in 2015 and now also oversees the newspaper's lifestyle and feature pages, including Food & Drink.

The wholesaler closing the gaps on the supply chain

11 August 2022
The wholesaler closing the gaps on the supply chain

The wholesaler closing the gaps on the supply chain

11 August 2022

A WATERSIDE-based wholesale food company supporting New Forest farmers and producers is embarking on a mission to get back out visiting suppliers.


Afternoon tea with a fun twist at Brockenhurst's Careys Manor

11 August 2022
Afternoon tea with a fun twist at Brockenhurst's Careys Manor

Afternoon tea with a fun twist at Brockenhurst's Careys Manor

11 August 2022

FORGET high tea - it's all about Thai tea at Brockenhurst's luxury spa hotel Carey's Manor this summer.


UK braces for a second heatwave with hottest parts down south

09 August 2022
UK braces for a second heatwave with hottest parts down south

UK braces for a second heatwave with hottest parts down south

09 August 2022

ANOTHER heatwave is on the way for the New Forest and Christchurch, with temperatures expected to hit the low 30s as the week goes on.


Barton gravel quarry plans – special public meeting to be held

08 August 2022
Barton gravel quarry plans – special public meeting to be held

Barton gravel quarry plans – special public meeting to be held

08 August 2022

A SPECIAL meeting will be held over renewed plans by for a gravel quarry on greenbelt land in Barton.


New Forest farmer Sarah rises to the basics of bread-making in shop

05 August 2022
New Forest farmer Sarah rises to the basics of bread-making in shop

New Forest farmer Sarah rises to the basics of bread-making in shop

05 August 2022

A NEW Forest farmer has returned to the traditional ways of baking with the addition of a wood-fired oven at her farm shop.


New Forest leisure centre job cuts loom despite £750,000 bailout

05 August 2022
New Forest leisure centre job cuts loom despite £750,000 bailout

New Forest leisure centre job cuts loom despite £750,000 bailout

05 August 2022

JOBS and pay could be cut and prices hiked at the New Forest’s public leisure centres despite the trust running them securing a £750k bailout.

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Forest MPs split on PM choice

03 August 2022
Forest MPs split on PM choice

Forest MPs split on PM choice

03 August 2022

THE New Forest's two MPs are split over who they are backing in the race to succeed Boris Johnson as leader of the Conservative party.


Council's 'dodgy' beach hut deal called out by government

02 August 2022
Council's 'dodgy' beach hut deal called out by government

Council's 'dodgy' beach hut deal called out by government

02 August 2022

A PLAN by BCP Council to set up a commercial company to buy its 3,600 beach huts has been halted by a government minister.

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Couple open 'magic' restaurant in 500-year-old Lymington building

29 July 2022
Couple open 'magic' restaurant in 500-year-old Lymington building

Couple open 'magic' restaurant in 500-year-old Lymington building

29 July 2022

AFTER running a Pilley pub for seven years, a Lymington couple have embarked on a new venture with their new restaurant The Magic Duck.


Reflections: The rise and fall of New Milton's Fernhill Manor country estate

29 July 2022
Reflections: The rise and fall of New Milton's Fernhill Manor country estate

Reflections: The rise and fall of New Milton's Fernhill Manor country estate

29 July 2022

The history of Fernhill Manor is a long and fascinating one.


Producers join forces for New Forest hamper launch

28 July 2022
Producers join forces for New Forest hamper launch

Producers join forces for New Forest hamper launch

28 July 2022

A SPECIAL range of hampers brimming with New Forest produce has been launched.


New Forest pre-school given 'outstanding' Ofsted rating in first inspection

25 July 2022
New Forest pre-school given 'outstanding' Ofsted rating in first inspection

New Forest pre-school given 'outstanding' Ofsted rating in first inspection

25 July 2022

A NEW Forest pre-school where children are said to "positively flourish" has been rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted in its first inspection.


High Covid rates see face masks return to hospitals

22 July 2022
High Covid rates see face masks return to hospitals

High Covid rates see face masks return to hospitals

22 July 2022

FACEMASKS must be worn again at Christchurch and Bournemouth hospitals in response to a rising number of Covid cases among staff and patients.


Time running out to have say on cuts to travel concessions

22 July 2022
Time running out to have say on cuts to travel concessions

Time running out to have say on cuts to travel concessions

22 July 2022

A CONSULTATION on proposed price hikes on replacement bus passes and concessionary travel will end on Sunday.


Former New Forest teacher banned for 'inappropriate' behaviour with pupil

22 July 2022
Former New Forest teacher banned for 'inappropriate' behaviour with pupil

Former New Forest teacher banned for 'inappropriate' behaviour with pupil

22 July 2022

A FORMER teacher at a Lymington special school has been banned indefinitely after “failing to maintain professional boundaries” with a pupil.


New Forest MP reveals who he's backing as race for PM down to two

20 July 2022
New Forest MP reveals who he's backing as race for PM down to two

New Forest MP reveals who he's backing as race for PM down to two

20 July 2022

A NEW Forest MP has revealed who he is backing as Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss battle to replace Boris Johnson.

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Coda music charity reveals expansion plans

20 July 2022
Coda music charity reveals expansion plans

Coda music charity reveals expansion plans

20 July 2022

A WALKFORD music charity has unveiled plans to expand its base with the transformation of a disused stable block, barn and cow sheds.


PICTURES: Lymington Seafood Festival 2022

18 July 2022
PICTURES: Lymington Seafood Festival 2022

PICTURES: Lymington Seafood Festival 2022

18 July 2022

THOUSANDS braved the heat over the weekend to enjoy fish dishes from around the world at this year's Lymington Seafood Festival.


Barton greenbelt quarry plans: 'misconceptions have been addressed'

18 July 2022
Barton greenbelt quarry plans: 'misconceptions have been addressed'

Barton greenbelt quarry plans: 'misconceptions have been addressed'

18 July 2022

THE company behind renewed plans for a gravel quarry on greenbelt land in Barton has taken a step forward by formally lodging its proposals.


From Our Files: Royal engagement... carnival queens... hotel ‘bribes’

15 July 2022
From Our Files: Royal engagement... carnival queens... hotel ‘bribes’

From Our Files: Royal engagement... carnival queens... hotel ‘bribes’

15 July 2022

WHAT was making the news in your A&T 75, 50 and 25 years ago.


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