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New Forest planners reject Burley man's bid to rebuild 'rotten' cottage

08 February 2019
New Forest planners reject Burley man's bid to rebuild 'rotten' cottage

New Forest planners reject Burley man's bid to rebuild 'rotten' cottage

08 February 2019

Lester Cottage in Mill Lane, Burley THE owner of a damp and rotting New Forest cottage has lost his attempt to demolish and replace it with a new home…


Riverside 'house of tomorrow' finally wins the day with national park planners

18 January 2019
Riverside 'house of tomorrow' finally wins the day with national park planners

Riverside 'house of tomorrow' finally wins the day with national park planners

18 January 2019

A computer image of the approved designs for Undershore Road near Lymington A BID to extend and modernise a home by the Lymington River to create a “house…


Stickler for the rules MP caught out over 'disregard' for planning rules

18 January 2019
Stickler for the rules MP caught out over 'disregard' for planning rules

Stickler for the rules MP caught out over 'disregard' for planning rules

18 January 2019

Sir Christopher Chope, MP for Christchurch AN MP with a record of blocking popular legislation in the name of sticking to protocol has been accused of…


Christchurch Tories to fight their own party over council merger 'sell-out'

04 January 2019
Christchurch Tories to fight their own party over council merger 'sell-out'

Christchurch Tories to fight their own party over council merger 'sell-out'

04 January 2019

Christchurch Borough Council civic offices FIVE Conservative members of Christchurch council have pledged to stand as Independents when the authority…


Dave Mitchell: longstanding Lymington fisherman whose family run a shellfish business

28 December 2018
Dave Mitchell: longstanding Lymington fisherman whose family run a shellfish business

Dave Mitchell: longstanding Lymington fisherman whose family run a shellfish business

28 December 2018

Dave Mitchell who died at the age of 77 A LYMINGTON fisherman for half a century whose family run a shellfish business has died aged 77. Dave Mitchell…


Oak Lodge School in Dibden Purlieu grows with £940,000 Acorns investment

28 December 2018
Oak Lodge School in Dibden Purlieu grows with £940,000 Acorns investment

Oak Lodge School in Dibden Purlieu grows with £940,000 Acorns investment

28 December 2018

MORE places have been created to meet rising demand at a special school, thanks to a £940,000 investment from Hampshire County Council...


Make a New Year resolution with New Forest volunteer fair at Lyndhurst

28 December 2018
Make a New Year resolution with New Forest volunteer fair at Lyndhurst

Make a New Year resolution with New Forest volunteer fair at Lyndhurst

28 December 2018

The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust stall in 2018 PEOPLE who want to help out local groups and organisations in the new year can find out how…


Unanswered questions as new coastal country park in Christchurch gets the green light

21 December 2018
Unanswered questions as new coastal country park in Christchurch gets the green light

Unanswered questions as new coastal country park in Christchurch gets the green light

21 December 2018

The golf course at Two Riversmeet in Christchurch UNANSWERED questions and concerns about a proposed coastal country park in Christchurch did not stop…


New Forest in shock after pony found dead in suspected shotgun shooting

14 December 2018
New Forest in shock after pony found dead in suspected shotgun shooting

New Forest in shock after pony found dead in suspected shotgun shooting

14 December 2018

Grazing ponies in the New Forest THE Forest community was left shocked and disgusted after a pony was found dead with suspected shotgun pellet wounds…


New Forest's Halo partnership celebrates first anniversary of environmental work

14 December 2018
New Forest's Halo partnership celebrates first anniversary of environmental work

New Forest's Halo partnership celebrates first anniversary of environmental work

14 December 2018

Green Halo delegates with New Forest National Park Authority chief executive Alison Barnes (front, third right) THE first anniversary of an innovative…


Last orders for New Queen as pub goes up for sale after sudden closure

07 December 2018
Last orders for New Queen as pub goes up for sale after sudden closure

Last orders for New Queen as pub goes up for sale after sudden closure

07 December 2018

The New Queen between Sopley and Ringwood A POPULAR riverside pub has unexpectedly closed its doors just before Christmas. The New Queen Inn, between…


Aster Homes unveils plan for 131 homes at former Christchurch police station site

07 December 2018
Aster Homes unveils plan for 131 homes at former Christchurch police station site

Aster Homes unveils plan for 131 homes at former Christchurch police station site

07 December 2018

Aster Homes' plans for the 143,000 square foot Barrack Road site in Christchurch FULL plans to transform the former Christchurch police station site with…


Plan for new homes in Sway win green light from national park authority

07 December 2018
Plan for new homes in Sway win green light from national park authority

Plan for new homes in Sway win green light from national park authority

07 December 2018

Housing plans for Builders Yard in Station Road, Sway CLAIMS that building three new homes in Sway would constitute over-development did not persuade…


Ofsted inspectors praise 'strong culture of learning' at Arnewood School in New Milton

30 November 2018
Ofsted inspectors praise 'strong culture of learning' at Arnewood School in New Milton

Ofsted inspectors praise 'strong culture of learning' at Arnewood School in New Milton

30 November 2018

Senior teachers and pupils with head teacher Nigel Pressnell (centre), deputy head teacher Craig Price (left of Nigel Pressnell) and head boy and head…


TV Fred lights up Christchurch Christmas switch-on fun

30 November 2018
TV Fred lights up Christchurch Christmas switch-on fun

TV Fred lights up Christchurch Christmas switch-on fun

30 November 2018

CROWDS thronged the centre of Christchurch when ITV Meridian’s veteran presenter Fred Dinenage switched on the town’s Christmas tree illuminations and street lights...


Fears Christchurch park plan being 'rushed through' in council's final days

30 November 2018
Fears Christchurch park plan being 'rushed through' in council's final days

Fears Christchurch park plan being 'rushed through' in council's final days

30 November 2018

Christchurch Borough Council civic offices A NEW country park in Christchurch will leave a legacy to residents in the “dying days” before the borough…


Homes and businesses approved for eyesore industrial site in Brockenhurst

22 November 2018
Homes and businesses approved for eyesore industrial site in Brockenhurst

Homes and businesses approved for eyesore industrial site in Brockenhurst

22 November 2018

An computer image of the proposed development at the Redmayne site in Brockenhurst AN “eyesore” site in Brockenhurst will be transformed with a mix of…


New Christchurch country park offers 'huge opportunity'

16 November 2018
New Christchurch country park offers 'huge opportunity'

New Christchurch country park offers 'huge opportunity'

16 November 2018

Christchurch Borough Council civic offices "EXCITING" new plans for a 15-hectare coastal country park in Christchurch have been unveiled. The park would…


No thanks! Another Christchurch coffee shop not to residents' taste

15 November 2018
No thanks! Another Christchurch coffee shop not to residents' taste

No thanks! Another Christchurch coffee shop not to residents' taste

15 November 2018

Coffee #1 wanted to open in Christchurch high street PEOPLE POWER won the day in Christchurch when a hotly contested application for another coffee shop…


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