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Last cuppa looms for New Forest tearoom after 100 years

Last cuppa looms for New Forest tearoom after 100 years

Last cuppa looms for New Forest tearoom after 100 years

26 June 2022

A BROCKENHURST tearoom that has been open for nearly 100 years will disappear if plans get the go-ahead.


Highcliffe estate agents go the extra 3,000 miles to save home sale

Highcliffe estate agents go the extra 3,000 miles to save home sale

Highcliffe estate agents go the extra 3,000 miles to save home sale

25 June 2022

A PAIR of estate agents took going the extra mile to extreme lengths when they jetted and drove close to 3,000 miles to ensure a couple’s move.


Cold war as New Forest village gives ice cream van frosty reception

Cold war as New Forest village gives ice cream van frosty reception

Cold war as New Forest village gives ice cream van frosty reception

24 June 2022

AN ice cream van at a New Forest's landmark has been given the cold shoulder by local businesses who have accused it of stealing their trade.

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Bank of England warning over £20 and £50 notes

Bank of England warning over £20 and £50 notes

Bank of England warning over £20 and £50 notes

23 June 2022

THE Bank of England has issued a warning to households still using paper £20 and £50 notes which will be axed in 100 days.


Totton Aldi – planning application submitted for new store

Totton Aldi – planning application submitted for new store

Totton Aldi – planning application submitted for new store

23 June 2022

A DISCOUNT supermarket chain has submitted an application to NFDC to build a new store in Totton which would create more than 30 new jobs.


Totton bank to close after branch reveals it has only 26 customers

Totton bank to close after branch reveals it has only 26 customers

Totton bank to close after branch reveals it has only 26 customers

21 June 2022

ANOTHER bank has announced it is closing its branch in Totton.


Lymington shop owner fumes after NFDC confiscates 'trip hazard' signs from High Street

Lymington shop owner fumes after NFDC confiscates 'trip hazard' signs from High Street

Lymington shop owner fumes after NFDC confiscates 'trip hazard' signs from High Street

20 June 2022

A FURIOUS shop owner has hit out at NFDC for removing advertising signs from outside stores in Lymington over health and safety laws.

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Housebuilder donates Lymington warehouse for Ukrainian refugee collections

Housebuilder donates Lymington warehouse for Ukrainian refugee collections

Housebuilder donates Lymington warehouse for Ukrainian refugee collections

17 June 2022

AREHOUSE space in Lymington owned by housebuilder Redrow has been donated for volunteers collecting and packing donations for Ukrainian refugees.


Vision for future of Solent unveiled at launch of freeport

Vision for future of Solent unveiled at launch of freeport

Vision for future of Solent unveiled at launch of freeport

17 June 2022

THE Solent freeport will be a catalyst for an innovation revolution in maritime, autonomy and green growth, business leaders have been told.


Lymington's £100m pizza oven magnate hoping for bigger slice of US market

Lymington's £100m pizza oven magnate hoping for bigger slice of US market

Lymington's £100m pizza oven magnate hoping for bigger slice of US market

12 June 2022

LYMINGTON-based entrepreneur is really cooking with global expansion


New Forest golf centre given post-pandemic £50,000 rent reduction

New Forest golf centre given post-pandemic £50,000 rent reduction

New Forest golf centre given post-pandemic £50,000 rent reduction

08 June 2022

DIBDEN Golf Centre has been given a temporary £50,000 annual rent reduction by New Forest District Council to help it recover from the pandemic.


'It has been a hard decision' – Balmer Lawn hotel on the market for £12.5 million

'It has been a hard decision' – Balmer Lawn hotel on the market for £12.5 million

'It has been a hard decision' – Balmer Lawn hotel on the market for £12.5 million

07 June 2022

THE owners of a popular New Forest hotel say putting it on the market for £12.5m was a hard decision.

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Christchurch baker creates official platinum jubilee cake for Queen

Christchurch baker creates official platinum jubilee cake for Queen

Christchurch baker creates official platinum jubilee cake for Queen

01 June 2022

Award winning baker Mark Bennett has told of his "absolute delight” at being chosen to create the official Platinum Jubilee celebration cake.


Pub asks for 'Queen' to be returned after customer kidnaps life-sized cutout

Pub asks for 'Queen' to be returned after customer kidnaps life-sized cutout

Pub asks for 'Queen' to be returned after customer kidnaps life-sized cutout

31 May 2022

A LIGHT-FINGERED drinker has been asked to return a life-sized cardboard cutout of the Queen taken from a pub in Walkford.


Businesses hit by A31 work offered support

Businesses hit by A31 work offered support

Businesses hit by A31 work offered support

31 May 2022

BUSINESSES in Ringwood affected by the major scheme to improve the A31 have been invited to a support day with free advice.


Hotel blasts council over refusal to build more luxury treehouses

Hotel blasts council over refusal to build more luxury treehouses

Hotel blasts council over refusal to build more luxury treehouses

29 May 2022

MANAGEMENT at the five-star Chewton Glen hotel have blasted BCP Council for refusing permission to build another three luxury treehouses.


Work on new Barton Co-op to finally resume after 12-month legal wrangle

Work on new Barton Co-op to finally resume after 12-month legal wrangle

Work on new Barton Co-op to finally resume after 12-month legal wrangle

10 May 2022

THE creation of a supermarket chain’s new branch in a landmark Barton building is finally set to resume after a year-long legal wrangle.


Jobs saved at local McColl's branches after Morrisons steps in

Jobs saved at local McColl's branches after Morrisons steps in

Jobs saved at local McColl's branches after Morrisons steps in

10 May 2022

ALL jobs at seven local McColl's branches have been saved after Morrisons won a battle to buy the chain.


Jobs at local McColl's stores at risk after chain enters administration

Jobs at local McColl's stores at risk after chain enters administration

Jobs at local McColl's stores at risk after chain enters administration

06 May 2022

A MAJOR retailer with seven local stores, including three in New Milton, has entered administration, bosses have confirmed.


Holiday park shop showcases the best in local artisan products

Holiday park shop showcases the best in local artisan products

Holiday park shop showcases the best in local artisan products

06 May 2022

SANDY Balls holiday park in Fordingbridge has opened a new shop and deli packed with a huge range of regional and sustainable culinary delights.


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