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Volunteers wanted to fight invasive plants in New Forest waterways

14 May 2021
Volunteers wanted to fight invasive plants in New Forest waterways

Volunteers wanted to fight invasive plants in New Forest waterways

14 May 2021

VOLUNTEERS are being sought to help record and remove invasive non-native plants from the Lower Avon Valley


Family pays tribute to 'most wonderful' Max

13 May 2021
Family pays tribute to 'most wonderful' Max

Family pays tribute to 'most wonderful' Max

13 May 2021

THE family of a 15-year-old New Milton student who died suddenly last week have paid tribute to him as a teenager who "lived life to the full".


New Forest cycling event cancelled after threat of legal action

10 May 2021
New Forest cycling event cancelled after threat of legal action

New Forest cycling event cancelled after threat of legal action

10 May 2021

HABITAT destruction and illegal cycling races are increasing in the north of the Forest, the Verderers Court has heard.

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Bubbles and singing for Spitfire fan Mabel's 106th birthday

07 May 2021
Bubbles and singing for Spitfire fan Mabel's 106th birthday

Bubbles and singing for Spitfire fan Mabel's 106th birthday

07 May 2021

CELEBRATIONS have been held at a Lymington care home to mark the 106th birthday of Mabel Looker.


£20,000 appeal for long-Covid recovery gym at Lymington hospital

07 May 2021
£20,000 appeal for long-Covid recovery gym at Lymington hospital

£20,000 appeal for long-Covid recovery gym at Lymington hospital

07 May 2021

A £20,000 appeal has been launched to give long-Covid patients using Lymington hospital access to state-of-the-art physiotherapy equipment.


Tributes after death of talented 15-year-old Arnewood School pupil

05 May 2021
Tributes after death of talented 15-year-old Arnewood School pupil

Tributes after death of talented 15-year-old Arnewood School pupil

05 May 2021

COUNSELLING has been offered to staff and pupils at Arnewood School following the death of 15-year-old student Max Thurnell-Read.


WATCH: Beaulieu issues films to mark motoring library's 60th anniversary

30 April 2021
WATCH: Beaulieu issues films to mark motoring library's 60th anniversary

WATCH: Beaulieu issues films to mark motoring library's 60th anniversary

30 April 2021

A SERIES of special films have been released celebrating the 60th anniversary of Beaulieu’s National Motor Museum reference library.


Gary's marathon challenge for children's charity during chemo treatment

30 April 2021
Gary's marathon challenge for children's charity during chemo treatment

Gary's marathon challenge for children's charity during chemo treatment

30 April 2021

A FOOTBALL referee and dad of two has raised more than £4k by completing a marathon running, cycling and rowing event while undergoing chemotherapy.


Pilley community shop saved as move to nearby hall agreed

30 April 2021
Pilley community shop saved as move to nearby hall agreed

Pilley community shop saved as move to nearby hall agreed

30 April 2021

THE future of a community shop has been secured after the NPA approved plans for it to co-locate in an extension to Boldre War Memorial Hall.


New pony feeding warning signs set for the New Forest

29 April 2021
New pony feeding warning signs set for the New Forest

New pony feeding warning signs set for the New Forest

29 April 2021

SIGNS warning about the dangers of feeding ponies are set to be installed at strategic locations across the New Forest.


Obituary: Marigold Jordan – East Boldre's 'diamond of the Forest'

29 April 2021
Obituary: Marigold Jordan – East Boldre's 'diamond of the Forest'

Obituary: Marigold Jordan – East Boldre's 'diamond of the Forest'

29 April 2021

STALWART East Boldre community volunteer and church warden Marigold Jordon has died at the age of 86.


Family battling cancer sets funding challenges

23 April 2021
Family battling cancer sets funding challenges

Family battling cancer sets funding challenges

23 April 2021

AN Everton mum and daughter battling cancer have launched a series of fundraising tasks to raise thousands for charities which have supported them.


Fears for 'much loved' tree persuade district councillors to reject new home

21 April 2021
Fears for 'much loved' tree persuade district councillors to reject new home

Fears for 'much loved' tree persuade district councillors to reject new home

21 April 2021

FEARS for a protected New Milton tree have led district councillors to throw out a second bid to build on the garden of a Mount Avenue property.


Saints secure new cameras at Marchwood training ground amid neighbours' 'accidental spying' fears

21 April 2021
Saints secure new cameras at Marchwood training ground amid neighbours' 'accidental spying' fears

Saints secure new cameras at Marchwood training ground amid neighbours' 'accidental spying' fears

21 April 2021

SOUTHAMPTON Football Club has won its bid to install new analytical cameras at its Marchwood training ground.


Ralph Fiennes set to appear on stage at MAST Mayflower Studios

18 April 2021
Ralph Fiennes set to appear on stage at MAST Mayflower Studios

Ralph Fiennes set to appear on stage at MAST Mayflower Studios

18 April 2021

ACCLAIMED actor Ralph Fiennes is set to appear on stage at Southampton’s new cultural hub MAST Mayflower Studios.


Poole festival will see 50 acts appear over three days

17 April 2021
Poole festival will see 50 acts appear over three days

Poole festival will see 50 acts appear over three days

17 April 2021

LEGENDARY DJ Brandon Block and Britpop pioneers Toploader will headline Poole Harbour Festival this summer


Call for new dog leads rule to protect birds

17 April 2021
Call for new dog leads rule to protect birds

Call for new dog leads rule to protect birds

17 April 2021

DOG owners should be required to walk their pets on a lead in the New Forest during the bird nesting season, the verderers have declared.


New look for Lymington's iconic tearooms

15 April 2021
New look for Lymington's iconic tearooms

New look for Lymington's iconic tearooms

15 April 2021

AN iconic Lymington tearooms has reopened as a deli and takeaway with a new name celebrating its fusion of traditional and modern.


Verderers' Court told cows should be de-horned to protect public

15 April 2021
Verderers' Court told cows should be de-horned to protect public

Verderers' Court told cows should be de-horned to protect public

15 April 2021

ALL cattle turned out onto the New Forest should be dehorned to protect the public, a commoner has told the Verderers Court.


Cycling Finley (3) raises money for pre-school

13 April 2021
Cycling Finley (3) raises money for pre-school

Cycling Finley (3) raises money for pre-school

13 April 2021

A BIKE-MAD three-year-old is aiming to cycle 40 miles in the Easter holidays to raise £250 for his preschool.


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