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Milford to hike tax share by 12% to cover costs of new land

16 December 2021
Milford to hike tax share by 12% to cover costs of new land

Milford to hike tax share by 12% to cover costs of new land

16 December 2021

MILFORD will increase its annual share of the council tax by 11.9% to cover the extra costs of managing a new community space.

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Hengistbury Head outdoor discovery den opens

15 December 2021
Hengistbury Head outdoor discovery den opens

Hengistbury Head outdoor discovery den opens

15 December 2021

A DISCOVERY den outdoor classroom has been officially opened at Hengistbury Head to allow children to learn about nature – whatever the weather.


PICTURES: Burton 10k Pudding Run

13 December 2021
PICTURES: Burton 10k Pudding Run

PICTURES: Burton 10k Pudding Run

13 December 2021

HUNDREDS of festive characters pounded the streets of Burton on Sunday for Christchurch Runners' annual 10k race.


New £10,000 bus stop agreed at gateway to Milford

13 December 2021
New £10,000 bus stop agreed at gateway to Milford

New £10,000 bus stop agreed at gateway to Milford

13 December 2021

MILFORD parish councillors have agreed to spend £10,000 on the installation of a new bus stop on the B3058 at Downton.

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Top prices at online New Forest pony auction

10 December 2021
Top prices at online New Forest pony auction

Top prices at online New Forest pony auction

10 December 2021

AN online auction of New Forest ponies has been held as repair work continues at the Beaulieu Road Sales yard following a devastating fire in April.


Brexit bureaucracy damaging tourism, warns Lord Montagu

10 December 2021
Brexit bureaucracy damaging tourism, warns Lord Montagu

Brexit bureaucracy damaging tourism, warns Lord Montagu

10 December 2021

CONFUSING and bureaucratic post-Brexit rules are affecting local tourism as foreign exhibitors steer clear of Beaulieu events, Lord Montagu warned.

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Get your hooks into panto with the Further Adventures of Peter Pan

10 December 2021
Get your hooks into panto with the Further Adventures of Peter Pan

Get your hooks into panto with the Further Adventures of Peter Pan

10 December 2021

PANTO is back at Bournemouth Pavilion with a return to Neverland as Peter Pan and Tinker Bell step up for a brand new adventure.


Safety advice for kayakers and paddle boarders after rescues on Lymington River

08 December 2021
Safety advice for kayakers and paddle boarders after rescues on Lymington River

Safety advice for kayakers and paddle boarders after rescues on Lymington River

08 December 2021

LYMINGTON Harbour Commissioners have agreed to draw up guidance for paddle boarders and kayakers after surge in recreational river users


PICTURES: Santa dash returns to Lymington streets

07 December 2021
PICTURES: Santa dash returns to Lymington streets

PICTURES: Santa dash returns to Lymington streets

07 December 2021

THE streets of Lymington became a sea of red as 600 festive fundraisers put their best feet forward for Oakhaven’s annual Santa dash.


Rise in rare bird numbers in New Forest after efforts to protect sites

04 December 2021
Rise in rare bird numbers in New Forest after efforts to protect sites

Rise in rare bird numbers in New Forest after efforts to protect sites

04 December 2021

RARE ground-nesting bird populations in the New Forest have been boosted this year by extra protection from rangers and public support.


Bransgore pupils become 'hedgerow heroes' with conservation work

03 December 2021
Bransgore pupils become 'hedgerow heroes' with conservation work

Bransgore pupils become 'hedgerow heroes' with conservation work

03 December 2021

BRANSGORE Primary School pupils have become 'hedgerow heroes' after learning more about work to improve hedges on the nearby Meyrick Estate.


Win tickets to see Cinderella at the Mayflower Theatre

03 December 2021
Win tickets to see Cinderella at the Mayflower Theatre

Win tickets to see Cinderella at the Mayflower Theatre

03 December 2021

PANTO magic will return to Southampton Mayflower Theatre this December with Craig Revel Horwood and Debbie McGee set to sparkle in Cinderella.


Byron Road illuminations return for NHS boost

29 November 2021
Byron Road illuminations return for NHS boost

Byron Road illuminations return for NHS boost

29 November 2021

HUNDREDS of people braved the cold on Sunday to watch a famous Barton street illuminated with more than 80,000 Christmas lights.


Future of New Forest Show 'saved by pop-up campsite'

29 November 2021
Future of New Forest Show 'saved by pop-up campsite'

Future of New Forest Show 'saved by pop-up campsite'

29 November 2021

THE future of the New Forest Show was probably saved by the decision to open New Park at Brockenhurst to campers last year, its chair has revealed.

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Artisan Collective Christmas Fair coming to Beaulieu

26 November 2021
Artisan Collective Christmas Fair coming to Beaulieu

Artisan Collective Christmas Fair coming to Beaulieu

26 November 2021

ARTISAN producers, designers, creators and makers will be in the spotlight during a three-day outdoor Christmas Fair at Beaulieu.


Festive fun at Regent Centre this December

26 November 2021
Festive fun at Regent Centre this December

Festive fun at Regent Centre this December

26 November 2021

DAZZLING live shows, festive films and theatre broadcasts are set to entertain Christchurch Regent Centre patrons.


Youngsters get behind campaign to make Milford greener

26 November 2021
Youngsters get behind campaign to make Milford greener

Youngsters get behind campaign to make Milford greener

26 November 2021

A VILLAGE-WIDE bid to be more environmentally friendly will be launched at a public meeting in Milford next week.


Clash over proposed rule change to allow electric bikes on New Forest tracks

25 November 2021
Clash over proposed rule change to allow electric bikes on New Forest tracks

Clash over proposed rule change to allow electric bikes on New Forest tracks

25 November 2021

CYCLING groups and equestrians have clashed in a debate over allowing electrically assisted bicycles on the network of New Forest cycle tracks.


Environment fears block bid for extra home behind Milford pub

22 November 2021
Environment fears block bid for extra home behind Milford pub

Environment fears block bid for extra home behind Milford pub

22 November 2021

A GOVERNMENT planning inspector has upheld a decision to refuse permission for four homes behind an empty Milford pub.


Lymington sculptor's poppy hunt raises £6,000 for RBL

19 November 2021
Lymington sculptor's poppy hunt raises £6,000 for RBL

Lymington sculptor's poppy hunt raises £6,000 for RBL

19 November 2021

A REMEMBRANCE Sunday treasure hunt and auction organised by a Lymington sculptor has raised £6,000 for the Royal British Legion.


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