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Barton birthday pair celebrate combined 206 years

01 April 2022
Barton birthday pair celebrate combined 206 years

Barton birthday pair celebrate combined 206 years

01 April 2022

BARTON care home residents Irene Harris and Marjorie Nutton have marked combined birthdays totalling 206 years.


Barton meadow given protection boost with new status

01 April 2022
Barton meadow given protection boost with new status

Barton meadow given protection boost with new status

01 April 2022

A BARTON meadow has been officially recognised as a village green in a bid to protect it from development and boost wildlife.


Guys and Dolls set for Brockenhurst College stage

01 April 2022
Guys and Dolls set for Brockenhurst College stage

Guys and Dolls set for Brockenhurst College stage

01 April 2022

OFTEN hailed as the perfect musical comedy, Guys and Dolls will be on stage at Brockenhurst College for a run of four shows next week.


WIN! A pair of tickets to see rock opera Chess at Christchurch Regent Centre

01 April 2022
WIN! A pair of tickets to see rock opera Chess at Christchurch Regent Centre

WIN! A pair of tickets to see rock opera Chess at Christchurch Regent Centre

01 April 2022

THE Cold-war era inspired rock opera Chess will be on stage at Christchurch Regent Centre later this month.


Lymington dealer to sell ultra-rare bronze Queen Mother sculpture

31 March 2022
Lymington dealer to sell ultra-rare bronze Queen Mother sculpture

Lymington dealer to sell ultra-rare bronze Queen Mother sculpture

31 March 2022

A LYMINGTON antiques dealer is selling an extremely rare bronze sculpture of the Queen Mother’s head with a £35,000 price tag.


190 homes planned on former greenbelt land near Milford Primary School

30 March 2022
190 homes planned on former greenbelt land near Milford Primary School

190 homes planned on former greenbelt land near Milford Primary School

30 March 2022

AROUND 190 new homes could be built on former greenbelt land close to Milford Primary School, under plans being drawn up by a developer.


Victorian ice hut among New Forest design award winners

28 March 2022
Victorian ice hut among New Forest design award winners

Victorian ice hut among New Forest design award winners

28 March 2022

A RESTORED Victorian ice house, a reimagined estate cottage and an old dairy were among the projects recognised in the NPA's Building Design Awards.


Singer-songwriter Alex Hall's homecoming Milford gig

25 March 2022
Singer-songwriter Alex Hall's homecoming Milford gig

Singer-songwriter Alex Hall's homecoming Milford gig

25 March 2022

HAILED by BBC introducing as "one to watch for 2022", singer-songwriter Alex Hall will play a homecoming gig on Sunday.


Lymington artist on hunt for models to feature in LA-bound Peter Pan painting

25 March 2022
Lymington artist on hunt for models to feature in LA-bound Peter Pan painting

Lymington artist on hunt for models to feature in LA-bound Peter Pan painting

25 March 2022

A LYMINGTON artist is looking for volunteers to help recreate the 1904 opening night of Peter Pan at Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre next Friday.


170 homes planned for fields near primary school

21 March 2022
170 homes planned for fields near primary school

170 homes planned for fields near primary school

21 March 2022

UP to 174 new homes could be built on former greenbelt land close to Hordle Primary School, under plans being drawn up by a developer.


New Forest Players bring four-night run of Ayckbourn comedy to New Milton

18 March 2022
New Forest Players bring four-night run of Ayckbourn comedy to New Milton

New Forest Players bring four-night run of Ayckbourn comedy to New Milton

18 March 2022

NEW Forest Players will return to Ballard School’s performing arts centre next month for a run of Alan Ayckbourn’s How the Other Half Loves.


BGT finalists swing by for fundraiser at Regent Centre

18 March 2022
BGT finalists swing by for fundraiser at Regent Centre

BGT finalists swing by for fundraiser at Regent Centre

18 March 2022

BRITAIN’S Got Talent finalists Jack Pack will appear at Christchurch’s Regent Centre on Saturday in support of the Brain Tumour Trust.


Enjoy a night of the Triffids

18 March 2022
Enjoy a night of the Triffids

Enjoy a night of the Triffids

18 March 2022

JOHN Wyndham’s post-apocalyptic novel the Day of the Triffids will be set to music at New Milton’s Forest Arts tonight.


Obituary: Patricia Rashleigh – antique dealer, school worker and foster carer

18 March 2022
Obituary: Patricia Rashleigh – antique dealer, school worker and foster carer

Obituary: Patricia Rashleigh – antique dealer, school worker and foster carer

18 March 2022

WELL-known Lyndhurst antique dealer Patricia Rashleigh has died after a short battle with cancer.


Incinerator planned on greenbelt secures consent as more than 700 object

16 March 2022
Incinerator planned on greenbelt secures consent as more than 700 object

Incinerator planned on greenbelt secures consent as more than 700 object

16 March 2022

PLANS for a new energy-producing incinerator on greenbelt land near Bournemouth Airport have cleared the first hurdle.


Hurst Castle named in list of 25 global monuments at significant risk

16 March 2022
Hurst Castle named in list of 25 global monuments at significant risk

Hurst Castle named in list of 25 global monuments at significant risk

16 March 2022

HURST Castle has been named in a list of 25 worldwide sites significantly challenged by climate change and other factors by World Monuments Fund.


Nearly 10% miss out on first-choice secondary school in Hampshire

15 March 2022
Nearly 10% miss out on first-choice secondary school in Hampshire

Nearly 10% miss out on first-choice secondary school in Hampshire

15 March 2022

NEARLY one in 10 Hampshire parents missed out on their child’s first-choice secondary school this year, the county council has revealed.


Inspirational cancer fundraiser Jo Rivron dies aged 40

13 March 2022
Inspirational cancer fundraiser Jo Rivron dies aged 40

Inspirational cancer fundraiser Jo Rivron dies aged 40

13 March 2022

AN inspirational Everton mum who helped raise £30,000 for cancer charities has died after a long battle with the illness.


Hanger Farm to host series of one-act plays

13 March 2022
Hanger Farm to host series of one-act plays

Hanger Farm to host series of one-act plays

13 March 2022

A SERIES of one act plays are set to be performed at Hanger Farm Arts Centre as amateur groups compete in the All England Theatre Festival.


High street life and history of coastguard inspire Lymington museum's exhibitions

12 March 2022
High street life and history of coastguard inspire Lymington museum's exhibitions

High street life and history of coastguard inspire Lymington museum's exhibitions

12 March 2022

LIFE on Lymington High Street and the 200-year history of Her Majesty’s Coastguard Service are the inspiration for exhibitions at St Barbe Museum.


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