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Raiders steal jetski and ride-on mower in overnight raids

Raiders steal jetski and ride-on mower in overnight raids

Raiders steal jetski and ride-on mower in overnight raids

22 September 2023

Police are hunting thieves who stole a distinctive jetski and a ride-on mower in separate raids.


Plan to cut speed limits in villages

Plan to cut speed limits in villages

Plan to cut speed limits in villages

20 September 2023

Proposals to slash the speed limit on two Highcliffe roads from 40mph to 30mph have been welcomed by villagers.

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Biker hurt in crash with car near New Milton

Biker hurt in crash with car near New Milton

Biker hurt in crash with car near New Milton

08 September 2023

A motorcyclist in his 70s was badly hurt in a collision with a car at Hinton, near New Milton.


Military from Australia, US and Canada attend memorial at New Forest WW2 airfield

Military from Australia, US and Canada attend memorial at New Forest WW2 airfield

Military from Australia, US and Canada attend memorial at New Forest WW2 airfield

07 September 2023

An annual memorial has been held to honour the servicemen and women who worked at the 12 airfields in the New Forest during the Second World War.


Brothers wielded weapons in convenience store attacks

Brothers wielded weapons in convenience store attacks

Brothers wielded weapons in convenience store attacks

30 August 2023

Two brothers have been found guilty of launching attacks involving a haul of weapons at a Bransgore convenience store.

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Classic tractor collector’s brush with Hollywood fame

Classic tractor collector’s brush with Hollywood fame

Classic tractor collector’s brush with Hollywood fame

17 July 2023

A Bransgore woman who is a caretaker for her father’s classic tractor collection has revealed how one of the machines had a brush with Hollywood fame.


Vegan restaurant forced to close after owner says he was given 24 hours to leave

Vegan restaurant forced to close after owner says he was given 24 hours to leave

Vegan restaurant forced to close after owner says he was given 24 hours to leave

13 July 2023

The owner of a Christchurch restaurant has been forced to liquidate his business after claiming he was ordered to leave with just 24 hours’ notice.

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£5k fundraiser back in saddle after heart attack

£5k fundraiser back in saddle after heart attack

£5k fundraiser back in saddle after heart attack

13 July 2023

A Bransgore man who suffered a heart attack at 49 has completed a biking challenge to raise nearly £5,000 for charity.


Bransgore community cafe re-opens with a “bright” new look

Bransgore community cafe re-opens with a “bright” new look

Bransgore community cafe re-opens with a “bright” new look

08 June 2023

The Rev Dr Ben Sargent cut the ribbon at a refurbished community coffee in Bransgore which now boasts a “bright” new look.


Forget Glastonbury, this Forest village is hosting its own cider and music festival – with camping

Forget Glastonbury, this Forest village is hosting its own cider and music festival – with camping

Forget Glastonbury, this Forest village is hosting its own cider and music festival – with camping

06 June 2023

Folk punk pioneers Black Water County are set to headline Glastengore Cider Festival in Bransgore next Saturday.


New Forest equestrian college rides away with ‘good’ Ofsted rating

New Forest equestrian college rides away with ‘good’ Ofsted rating

New Forest equestrian college rides away with ‘good’ Ofsted rating

17 May 2023

An equestrian college which teaches people with learning difficulties and disabilities has retained its ‘good’ Ofsted rating.


PICTURES: Dog displays, vintage cars and marching dolphins at village fun day

PICTURES: Dog displays, vintage cars and marching dolphins at village fun day

PICTURES: Dog displays, vintage cars and marching dolphins at village fun day

02 May 2023

Children’s races, vintage cars and dog agility demos were some of the highlights at Bransgore’s annual village fun day.


‘Someone could be killed’ – villagers hit by another spate of ball bearing attacks

‘Someone could be killed’ – villagers hit by another spate of ball bearing attacks

‘Someone could be killed’ – villagers hit by another spate of ball bearing attacks

27 April 2023

Bransgore residents called for police action after another spate of ball bearing attacks on home and vehicle windows.

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First New Forest Food Festival set for summer

First New Forest Food Festival set for summer

First New Forest Food Festival set for summer

21 April 2023

The best of local produce is being promised ahead of the inaugural New Forest Food Festival set to be staged this summer.


Busy A35 stretch to close for roadworks – again

Busy A35 stretch to close for roadworks – again

Busy A35 stretch to close for roadworks – again

20 April 2023

A busy stretch of the A35 is set to close for roadworks only weeks after workers finished the last lot.


Forest youngsters to take the stage with English Youth Ballet

Forest youngsters to take the stage with English Youth Ballet

Forest youngsters to take the stage with English Youth Ballet

20 April 2023

Two Highcliffe School pupils are set to take the stage as part of a lavish English Youth Ballet performance of Swan Lake.


'Weve been inundated' – how new owners of Winkton pub are doing it differently

'Weve been inundated' – how new owners of Winkton pub are doing it differently

'Weve been inundated' – how new owners of Winkton pub are doing it differently

14 April 2023

THE Lamb Inn at Winkton has been taken over by well-known chef Colin Nash, who ran the kitchen at The Three Tuns pub in Bransgore for 16 years.


Opening date revealed of popular pub on Christchurch-Forest border

Opening date revealed of popular pub on Christchurch-Forest border

Opening date revealed of popular pub on Christchurch-Forest border

11 April 2023

A pub at Hinton Admiral – currently closed for a £2m refurb – has announced its reopening date.

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Village homeowner succeeds on third try to replace fire-hit cottage

Village homeowner succeeds on third try to replace fire-hit cottage

Village homeowner succeeds on third try to replace fire-hit cottage

20 March 2023

A Bransgore homeowner has won permission to rebuild his home on the third attempt more than two years after it was destroyed by a blaze.


More CCTV promised as villagers demand action over spate of anti-social behaviour and vandalism

More CCTV promised as villagers demand action over spate of anti-social behaviour and vandalism

More CCTV promised as villagers demand action over spate of anti-social behaviour and vandalism

16 March 2023

Promises of extra CCTV were made as villagers called for more action to combat anti-social behaviour and vandalism in Bransgore and Thorney Hill.


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