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Where to pay your respects this Remembrance Day around the New Forest and Christchurch

Where to pay your respects this Remembrance Day around the New Forest and Christchurch

Where to pay your respects this Remembrance Day around the New Forest and Christchurch

12 November 2021

TOWNS and villages across the New Forest and Christchurch will join the nation in commemorating the fallen on Remembrance Sunday, 14th November.


NFDC gets new cabinet member after row led to resignation

NFDC gets new cabinet member after row led to resignation

NFDC gets new cabinet member after row led to resignation

12 November 2021

NEW Forest District Council has a new cabinet member – Cllr Geoffrey Blunden replacing Mark Steele, who resigned after a row with the leader.

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'It's like the Wild West' – village pensioner's car hit by three catapult attacks in as many weeks

'It's like the Wild West' – village pensioner's car hit by three catapult attacks in as many weeks

'It's like the Wild West' – village pensioner's car hit by three catapult attacks in as many weeks

10 November 2021

A FRUSTRATED Winkton pensioner's car has had its windows shot out in catapult attacks three times in as many weeks.


Car found with catapult, stolen rail survey box and suspected drugs inside

Car found with catapult, stolen rail survey box and suspected drugs inside

Car found with catapult, stolen rail survey box and suspected drugs inside

04 November 2021

A CATAPULT, a stolen Network Rail survey box and suspected drugs were found in an uninsured car seized by police in Bransgore.


New Forest food bank expands volunteers as demand increases

New Forest food bank expands volunteers as demand increases

New Forest food bank expands volunteers as demand increases

01 November 2021

TWENTY new volunteers have joined New Forest Basics Bank, swelling its ranks to well over 100 as the service continues to expand to meet demand.


Car torched as five men target home in Bransgore

Car torched as five men target home in Bransgore

Car torched as five men target home in Bransgore

14 September 2021

A CAR was destroyed in an arson attack when five men targeted a Bransgore home early last Friday morning.


VIDEO: Artist who brought smile to village shelter unmasked

VIDEO: Artist who brought smile to village shelter unmasked

VIDEO: Artist who brought smile to village shelter unmasked

30 August 2021

A BANKSY-STYLE graffiti artist has unmasked himself so he could return to Bransgore and repair an uplifting artwork he secretly created 10 years ago.


Bransgore man jailed and banned from road for more than five years

Bransgore man jailed and banned from road for more than five years

Bransgore man jailed and banned from road for more than five years

24 August 2021

A STRING of vehicle offences in Arundel Close, New Milton, resulted in a Bransgore man being jailed for 34 weeks.


Death of 'wonderful' Julie 'wholly unexpected'

Death of 'wonderful' Julie 'wholly unexpected'

Death of 'wonderful' Julie 'wholly unexpected'

17 August 2021

THE death of a "wonderful" Bransgore woman who took her own life was wholly unexpected, an inquest heard.


Builder Wyatt Homes submits bid to build 100 dwellings on Bransgore land

Builder Wyatt Homes submits bid to build 100 dwellings on Bransgore land

Builder Wyatt Homes submits bid to build 100 dwellings on Bransgore land

13 August 2021

BUILDER Wyatt Homes has submitted its bid to build 100 homes on land south of Derritt Lane, close to Bransgore and Sopley.


Lightning strike which hit Bransgore family's home 'turned the whole street yellow'

Lightning strike which hit Bransgore family's home 'turned the whole street yellow'

Lightning strike which hit Bransgore family's home 'turned the whole street yellow'

30 July 2021

A BRANSGORE family escaped a blaze in their home after a lightning strike which "turned the whole street yellow".


Lightning strikes Bransgore home

Lightning strikes Bransgore home

Lightning strikes Bransgore home

26 July 2021

LIGHTNING struck the roof of a Bransgore home, sparking a blaze, as storms swept across the New Forest and Christchurch.


Holiday park and sports field among land mooted for housing development

Holiday park and sports field among land mooted for housing development

Holiday park and sports field among land mooted for housing development

26 July 2021

HOBURNE Holiday Park and fields in Burton and Bransgore are among suggested parcels of land BCP Council could develop with hundreds of homes.


Police find cannabis plants on common while on poaching patrol

Police find cannabis plants on common while on poaching patrol

Police find cannabis plants on common while on poaching patrol

14 July 2021

POLICE stumbled across a collection of cannabis plants while patrolling a local beauty spot.


Full fibre broadband upgrade for seven New Forest towns and villages

Full fibre broadband upgrade for seven New Forest towns and villages

Full fibre broadband upgrade for seven New Forest towns and villages

24 June 2021

SEVEN New Forest towns and villages are set for full-fibre broadband as part of a project that will create hundreds of new jobs.


New Forest home's unauthorised conservatory allowed to stay after appeal

New Forest home's unauthorised conservatory allowed to stay after appeal

New Forest home's unauthorised conservatory allowed to stay after appeal

18 June 2021

A CONSERVATORY attached to a home in the national park without authorisation and against policy will not have to be demolished.


Fire guts car at New Forest beauty spot

Fire guts car at New Forest beauty spot

Fire guts car at New Forest beauty spot

08 June 2021

POLICE have launched a probe into an early-hours blaze which gutted a car at Holmsley Car Park near Burley.


Christchurch greenbelt areas could be included in council plans to meet housing shortfall

Christchurch greenbelt areas could be included in council plans to meet housing shortfall

Christchurch greenbelt areas could be included in council plans to meet housing shortfall

21 May 2021

A HOST of Christchurch greenbelt sites could be included in council plans to meet a shortfall of 5,500 new homes.


Live music and food at open day of local brewery

Live music and food at open day of local brewery

Live music and food at open day of local brewery

14 May 2021

A SMALL brewery operating from a Hinton farm that specialises in vegan craft beers is hosting an open day with real ales, a barbecue and live music.


Six-month trial led to 50-year career in military bands for Bransgore man

Six-month trial led to 50-year career in military bands for Bransgore man

Six-month trial led to 50-year career in military bands for Bransgore man

30 April 2021

A MILITARY bandsman who was given a six-month trial having never played an instrument before in his life has finally retired after 50 years of music.


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