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Fresh hope this year's Lymington Seafood Festival will still be held

09 July 2020
Fresh hope this year's Lymington Seafood Festival will still be held

Fresh hope this year's Lymington Seafood Festival will still be held

09 July 2020

The festival will still need event licences THERE are fresh hopes that the Lymington Seafood Festival can return this summer after town councillors agreed…


Seven play areas across Lymington and Pennington reopen today

08 July 2020
Seven play areas across Lymington and Pennington reopen today

Seven play areas across Lymington and Pennington reopen today

08 July 2020

The new equipment at Woodside park was unveiled by mayor Cllr Anne Corbridge and members of the town council’s amenities committee SEVEN play areas in…


Teenage surfer taken to hospital after being caught in riptide and swept onto rocks

07 July 2020
Teenage surfer taken to hospital after being caught in riptide and swept onto rocks

Teenage surfer taken to hospital after being caught in riptide and swept onto rocks

07 July 2020

Coastguards and a police helicopter were alerted A TEENAGE surfer has described his frightening experience after being caught in a riptide and swept onto…


MP hands in 9,000-name petition demanding disposable barbecue ban

02 July 2020
MP hands in 9,000-name petition demanding disposable barbecue ban

MP hands in 9,000-name petition demanding disposable barbecue ban

02 July 2020

A barbecue at Castle Hill, near Hyde (Photo: Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service) A PETITION signed by more than 9,000 people calling for a nationwide ban…


Regent Centre announces dates of rearranged shows

13 April 2020
Regent Centre announces dates of rearranged shows

Regent Centre announces dates of rearranged shows

13 April 2020

Foster and Allen were set to play the Regent Centre on 22nd March A RAFT of shows have been rescheduled until the autumn after the closure of Christchurch…


Musical couple on song with film festival prize

09 April 2020
Musical couple on song with film festival prize

Musical couple on song with film festival prize

09 April 2020

Charlie and Alan Rose WALKFORD songwriters Charlie and Alan Rose are celebrating after winning a top award in an American film festival. Their song A…


Anger over removal of ‘wildlife home’ at housing development

08 April 2020
Anger over removal of ‘wildlife home’ at housing development

Anger over removal of ‘wildlife home’ at housing development

08 April 2020

The gap in the hedge at Milford housing scheme NATURE lovers have criticised the removal of a section of hedgerow along the edge of a Milford housing…


Closed churches reach out online to isolated congregations

04 April 2020
Closed churches reach out online to isolated congregations

Closed churches reach out online to isolated congregations

04 April 2020

The Rev. David John and his wife Alison broadcast the Ashley Baptist Church service from home NEW Forest churches across the area have been reaching their…


Campaign to open up to 60 miles of bridleways to walkers and cyclists

30 March 2020
Campaign to open up to 60 miles of bridleways to walkers and cyclists

Campaign to open up to 60 miles of bridleways to walkers and cyclists

30 March 2020

Lost routes could be reopened after cycling group's application (Photo: stock image) CYCLISTS and equestrians could be given access to 60 miles of additional…


Pupils' cards of hope for care homes under lockdown

29 March 2020
Pupils' cards of hope for care homes under lockdown

Pupils' cards of hope for care homes under lockdown

29 March 2020

Milford Primary School headteacher Kate Crawford (right) and pupils with their greeting cards GREETING cards handmade by youngsters from Milford Primary…


Coronavirus: Harbour security increased as moorings closed

26 March 2020
Coronavirus: Harbour security increased as moorings closed

Coronavirus: Harbour security increased as moorings closed

26 March 2020

Berthon Boatyard has temporarily shut down operations SECURITY patrols are set to be stepped up around Lymington Harbour following a decision to close…


Coronavirus: Traders travel to the customers as footfall flags

20 March 2020
Coronavirus: Traders travel to the customers as footfall flags

Coronavirus: Traders travel to the customers as footfall flags

20 March 2020

Sam Hugh, owner and head chef at La Perle ACROSS the New Forest and Christchurch, businesses have introduced ways to help people not able to get out to…


MP to lobby environment chiefs for action on eroded cliff path

19 March 2020
MP to lobby environment chiefs for action on eroded cliff path

MP to lobby environment chiefs for action on eroded cliff path

19 March 2020

New Forest West MP Sir Desmond Swayne has pledged to alert Natural England about serious erosion close to Taddiford Gap NEW FOREST MP Sir Desmond Swayne…


Win tickets to Big Girls Don't Cry at the Regent Centre

13 March 2020
Win tickets to Big Girls Don't Cry at the Regent Centre

Win tickets to Big Girls Don't Cry at the Regent Centre

13 March 2020

Big Girls Don't Cry will be at Christchurch Regent Centre THE iconic sounds of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons will be celebrated as the hit musical…


Win tickets to musical whodunit Curtains at the Mayflower

13 March 2020
Win tickets to musical whodunit Curtains at the Mayflower

Win tickets to musical whodunit Curtains at the Mayflower

13 March 2020

Curtains is set to call at Southampton Mayflower Theatre in April THE Tony award-winning musical whodunit Curtains is set to call at Southampton Mayflower…


Four New Forest animals killed in string of road accidents

11 March 2020
Four New Forest animals killed in string of road accidents

Four New Forest animals killed in string of road accidents

11 March 2020

Pony warning sign by the Bench in Lyndhurst (Photo: stock image) FOUR animals owned by New Forest commoners have been killed on the roads following a…


Village agrees £182,000 development deal for new play area

08 March 2020
Village agrees £182,000 development deal for new play area

Village agrees £182,000 development deal for new play area

08 March 2020

The land deal is part of the 42-house development in School Lane by Pennyfarthing Homes MILFORD parish councillors have agreed a £182,000 deal to take…


Chance to win tickets to On Your Feet at the Mayflower

06 March 2020
Chance to win tickets to On Your Feet at the Mayflower

Chance to win tickets to On Your Feet at the Mayflower

06 March 2020

On You Feet reveals the story of Emilo and Gloria Estefan Competition closed BASED on the story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan, the hit musical On Your…


Win tickets: Foster and Allen bring Timeless Memories to Christchurch

06 March 2020
Win tickets: Foster and Allen bring Timeless Memories to Christchurch

Win tickets: Foster and Allen bring Timeless Memories to Christchurch

06 March 2020

Foster and Allen will appear at the Regent Centre Competition closed INTERNATIONAL recording artists Foster and Allen will return to Christchurch’s Regent…


Community pub marks anniversary with appeal for new volunteers

05 March 2020
Community pub marks anniversary with appeal for new volunteers

Community pub marks anniversary with appeal for new volunteers

05 March 2020

From left are committee chairman Graham Rose, secretary Ros Gear, Ian Halliday and Phil Beckett A VILLAGE pub once threatened with closure is looking…


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