MORE than 100 residents joined a drop-in session as the clock counts down to the launch of a new community shop in Boldre.
LIVE music is set to pulse from a Pennington pub as the one-day Wheel Fest returns after a pandemic hiatus.
AUDIENCES are invited to travel over the rainbow for a half term production of The Wizard of Oz at the Regent Centre in Christchurch.
LIVING history characters are set to pop up at Beaulieu as part of a time-travelling trail to explore the attraction's 800-year history.
AN eight-piece live band are set to rock Bruce Springsteen’s greatest hits in a concert spectacular at Christchurch Regent Centre on Saturday 28th May
YOUNGSTERS got behind the controls of a plane when it touched down at Hordle Primary School in a hands-on learning day.
PLANS for 156 new homes on former greenbelt land close to Hordle Primary School have been handed in to New Forest District Council.
A REQUEST to plant a dozen oak trees in Burley to commemorate the Queen’s platinum jubilee has been thrown out by the verderers for a second time.
PLANS to turn a former B&B into a home for people with mental illness have been thrown into doubt amid competing proposals winning the green light.
AWARD-nominated folk trio Granny’s Attic will be at New Milton’s Forest Arts on Friday 20th May.
TRAFFIC and access concerns failed to convince New Forest District Council’s planning committee to refuse outline plans for 110 homes in Pennington.
NESTLED in the idyllic grounds of Lyndhurst’s Lime Wood Hotel, Raw and Cured restaurant has recently reworked its superfood-inspired menu
THE life of Florence Nightingale will be celebrated during a special show at St Mary's Church hall in Fordingbridge.
A 100-HOME development in Bransgore has been given planning permission after assurances the scheme will improve flooding problems for neighbours.
THE NPA’s appeals system is set for an overhaul after its refusal to allow an extension to a Forest mansion was thrown out by a government inspector.
LIVE music and sunshine drew crowds to Milford village green over the weekend for the culmination of a week-long music and eco living festival.
THE former leader of NFDC has hailed the “incredible support” of villagers after he stepped in to ensure the survival of Sway’s post office.
FIVE affordable homes could be built on the edge of the New Forest under a trailblazing new scheme.
MORE stallions will be released this summer in a bid to protect the shrinking population of pure-bred New Forest ponies.
CLASHES between cattle and the public in the New Forest were significantly reduced last year by a safety campaign, the verderers have said.