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Double lung transplant survivor Charles Michael Duke brings celebration show to Christchurch

08 October 2021
Double lung transplant survivor Charles Michael Duke brings celebration show to Christchurch

Double lung transplant survivor Charles Michael Duke brings celebration show to Christchurch

08 October 2021

HIGHCLIFFE double lung transplant survivor Charles Michael Duke will bring a celebratory show at Christchurch’s Regent Centre.


'Funny, challenging and fulfilling' play Rumours set for Milford Community Centre

08 October 2021
'Funny, challenging and fulfilling' play Rumours set for Milford Community Centre

'Funny, challenging and fulfilling' play Rumours set for Milford Community Centre

08 October 2021

LIVE theatre will return to Milford Community Centre this month with an in-house production of Neil Simon’s comic play Rumours.


Local breakfast events launched in aid of women’s charity

08 October 2021
Local breakfast events launched in aid of women’s charity

Local breakfast events launched in aid of women’s charity

08 October 2021

TWO New Forest companies are inviting fundraisers to a Brilliant Breakfast in aid of the Prince’s Trust Women Supporting Women charity.


New Milton pub relaunches as Italian restaurant

08 October 2021
New Milton pub relaunches as Italian restaurant

New Milton pub relaunches as Italian restaurant

08 October 2021

A NEW Milton pub has relaunched as an authentic Italian restaurant with Vito Capozza, the former co-owner of Il Palio in Brockenhurst, at the helm.

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PICTURES: Farmers plough ahead with 59th annual match

07 October 2021
PICTURES: Farmers plough ahead with 59th annual match

PICTURES: Farmers plough ahead with 59th annual match

07 October 2021

HEAVY rain and the fuel crisis could not dampen the spirits of local farmers who went head to head in the New Forest’s traditional ploughing match.


PICTURES: Burley Steam Fair returns

06 October 2021
PICTURES: Burley Steam Fair returns

PICTURES: Burley Steam Fair returns

06 October 2021

THE popular Burley Steam and Vintage Show returned to raise over £1,000 for The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance.


Forest rule breakers face £100 fines under new order

02 October 2021
Forest rule breakers face £100 fines under new order

Forest rule breakers face £100 fines under new order

02 October 2021

OFF-TRACK cyclists, owners of out-of-control dogs and people using barbecues in the New Forest could all face fines of £100 under potential new rules.

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New big cheese in Totton is showcasing New Forest products

01 October 2021
New big cheese in Totton is showcasing New Forest products

New big cheese in Totton is showcasing New Forest products

01 October 2021

CHEESES sourced and produced in the New Forest will be focus of a new online business launched by Totton turophile Andy Bryant.


Obituary: Tom Merifield – longstanding New Milton town councillor

01 October 2021
Obituary: Tom Merifield – longstanding New Milton town councillor

Obituary: Tom Merifield – longstanding New Milton town councillor

01 October 2021

RETIRED chartered surveyor and longstanding former New Milton town councillor Thomas Merifield has died at the age of 95.


'She had the ability to make everyone feel special' – tributes to Alison Thomas

01 October 2021
'She had the ability to make everyone feel special' – tributes to Alison Thomas

'She had the ability to make everyone feel special' – tributes to Alison Thomas

01 October 2021

REMEMBERED as one of life’s “genuinely lovely people”, former A&T commercial development manager Alison Thomas has died days after her 48th birthday.


Rare sand lizards back from the brink and reintroduced to local heathlands

29 September 2021
Rare sand lizards back from the brink and reintroduced to local heathlands

Rare sand lizards back from the brink and reintroduced to local heathlands

29 September 2021

BRITIAN’S rarest lizards have been released into local heathland as part of a breeding programme to bring them back from the brink of extinction.


Lymington Harbour staff given body cameras after wave of antisocial behaviour

27 September 2021
Lymington Harbour staff given body cameras after wave of antisocial behaviour

Lymington Harbour staff given body cameras after wave of antisocial behaviour

27 September 2021

A WAVE of anti-social behaviour has prompted Lymington Harbour Commissioners to equip patrol staff with body worn cameras.


Solent Music Festival returns to Lymington for ninth year

17 September 2021
Solent Music Festival returns to Lymington for ninth year

Solent Music Festival returns to Lymington for ninth year

17 September 2021

THE Solent Music Festival returns to Lymington next week from 20th to 26th September


Rare chance to take on a vital New Forest role

17 September 2021
Rare chance to take on a vital New Forest role

Rare chance to take on a vital New Forest role

17 September 2021

THERE is a rare opportunity to apply for one of the New Forest’s oldest and most respected jobs after a longstanding agister decided to step down.


New Forest pubs and hotels cut opening hours and reduce menus amid 'perfect storm' of staff shortages and supply problems

17 September 2021
New Forest pubs and hotels cut opening hours and reduce menus amid 'perfect storm' of staff shortages and supply problems

New Forest pubs and hotels cut opening hours and reduce menus amid 'perfect storm' of staff shortages and supply problems

17 September 2021

HOSPITALITY businesses across the New Forest are facing a “perfect storm” as they battle supply issues, wedding backlogs and loss of European workers.

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Neighbours unite against 37-home plan for New Forest village paddock

12 September 2021
Neighbours unite against 37-home plan for New Forest village paddock

Neighbours unite against 37-home plan for New Forest village paddock

12 September 2021

DIBDEN neighbours gathered to demonstrate they are "vehemently opposed" to plans to replace a house and paddock with 37 low-cost homes.

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New Forest art and music charities join forces on mental health

10 September 2021
New Forest art and music charities join forces on mental health

New Forest art and music charities join forces on mental health

10 September 2021

TWO leading New Forest charities which promote art and music for wellbeing have joined forces to further develop their work in the community.


Campaigners refuse to give up on flooded path after council sinks boardwalk funding

10 September 2021
Campaigners refuse to give up on flooded path after council sinks boardwalk funding

Campaigners refuse to give up on flooded path after council sinks boardwalk funding

10 September 2021

A MILFORD conservation charity has pledged to continue campaigning for a boardwalk footpath along an “often impassable” section of the Solent Way.


Obituary: Phil Bevan – New Forest youth football manager and teacher

10 September 2021
Obituary: Phil Bevan – New Forest youth football manager and teacher

Obituary: Phil Bevan – New Forest youth football manager and teacher

10 September 2021

WELL known New Forest youth football manager and former teacher Phil Bevan has died at the age of 83.


Hythe Rock the Pier festival returns this weekend

09 September 2021
Hythe Rock the Pier festival returns this weekend

Hythe Rock the Pier festival returns this weekend

09 September 2021

A POPULAR Waterside music festival is set to return on Saturday to raise cash for Hythe’s historic pier.


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