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Photographers 'getting too close' to rutting New Forest deer

23 October 2021
Photographers 'getting too close' to rutting New Forest deer

Photographers 'getting too close' to rutting New Forest deer

23 October 2021

PHOTOGRAPHERS are being urged to steer clear of New Forest red deer during rutting after warnings the animals are being pushed towards roads.


Lymington gin maker picked for global luxury brands book

22 October 2021
Lymington gin maker picked for global luxury brands book

Lymington gin maker picked for global luxury brands book

22 October 2021

A FORMER armed police officer turned distiller has seen her Lymington gin honoured in a book showcasing luxury brands from around the world.


Cow put down as five animal accidents reported on New Forest roads in a week

19 October 2021
Cow put down as five animal accidents reported on New Forest roads in a week

Cow put down as five animal accidents reported on New Forest roads in a week

19 October 2021

DRIVERS are being urged to take extra care in the aftermath of five accidents on the New Forests roads last week.


Milford sports pavilion renamed to honour longstanding groundsman and cricket chair

15 October 2021
Milford sports pavilion renamed to honour longstanding groundsman and cricket chair

Milford sports pavilion renamed to honour longstanding groundsman and cricket chair

15 October 2021

A MILFORD sports pavilion has been renamed to honour a longstanding groundskeeper, cricket player and community volunteer.


Bond back at Beaulieu – latest 007 film inspires new exhibition

15 October 2021
Bond back at Beaulieu – latest 007 film inspires new exhibition

Bond back at Beaulieu – latest 007 film inspires new exhibition

15 October 2021

ICONIC cars, gadgets and costumes from the latest 007 film No Time To Die are part of a new exhibition launching this weekend at Beaulieu.

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WIN! A pair of tickets to see Matinee at the Regent Centre

15 October 2021
WIN! A pair of tickets to see Matinee at the Regent Centre

WIN! A pair of tickets to see Matinee at the Regent Centre

15 October 2021

A SEASON of movies shot on original 35mm film will launch at Christchurch Regent Centre next week – and you could win tickets to see the first one.


Public meeting over plans for 46 homes in New Forest village

14 October 2021
Public meeting over plans for 46 homes in New Forest village

Public meeting over plans for 46 homes in New Forest village

14 October 2021

SWAY residents are being urged to attend a public meeting over plans for 46 new homes on former green belt land.


Disease dampens Lymington pumpkin growers world record dream

08 October 2021
Disease dampens Lymington pumpkin growers world record dream

Disease dampens Lymington pumpkin growers world record dream

08 October 2021

DISEASE has defeated efforts by Lymington twins to grow a record-breaking pumpkin after they came close to achieving the feat last year.


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.


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