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'Savage, callous and disgusting' – severed deer head dumped at New Forest church

'Savage, callous and disgusting' – severed deer head dumped at New Forest church

'Savage, callous and disgusting' – severed deer head dumped at New Forest church

06 May 2021

A PARISH priest shared his shock and disgust after a severed deer head was found dumped beside a foodbank at his New Forest church.


Fire destroys stables

Fire destroys stables

Fire destroys stables

22 April 2021

FIREFIGHTERS battled a blaze which tore through a New Forest stable block yesterday (Wednesday) evening.


Probe into blaze at historic New Forest pony sales yard

Probe into blaze at historic New Forest pony sales yard

Probe into blaze at historic New Forest pony sales yard

09 April 2021

POLICE have launched a probe into an early hours blaze which broke out at an historic New Forest livestock sales site.


Police hunt after reports of 'naked man wearing bondage gear' at New Forest spot

Police hunt after reports of 'naked man wearing bondage gear' at New Forest spot

Police hunt after reports of 'naked man wearing bondage gear' at New Forest spot

06 April 2021

A POLICE search was launched following local reports a naked man “wearing bondage gear” had been spotted near a New Forest beauty spot...


Campaign to bring back Lyndhurst's overhead Christmas lights

Campaign to bring back Lyndhurst's overhead Christmas lights

Campaign to bring back Lyndhurst's overhead Christmas lights

21 March 2021

A LYNDHURST resident is campaigning for the return of the popular string lights which used to hang above the high street at Christmas before they were stopped over health and safety concerns...


Villagers given £30,000 bill for new pedestrian safety measures

Villagers given £30,000 bill for new pedestrian safety measures

Villagers given £30,000 bill for new pedestrian safety measures

08 March 2021

VILLAGERS in Lyndhurst will have to raise up to £30,000 to pay for pedestrian safety measures put forward by Hampshire County Council in response to a campaign by locals...


New Forest sites on list of properties with links to slavery

New Forest sites on list of properties with links to slavery

New Forest sites on list of properties with links to slavery

07 March 2021

A LIST of historic properties in the New Forest with links to slavery has been published, with modern day owners including the Girlguiding movement...


New Forest hotel serves up Italian treats with online wine tasting

New Forest hotel serves up Italian treats with online wine tasting

New Forest hotel serves up Italian treats with online wine tasting

07 March 2021

FOREIGN holidays may be off the agenda but the team at Lime Wood Hotel in Lyndhurst are hoping to share a small slice of Italy during a series of online wine-tasting evenings led by TV chef Angela Hartnett MBE and cooking partner Luke Holder...


Mobile network to boost connectivity in 'not spots' across the New Forest

Mobile network to boost connectivity in 'not spots' across the New Forest

Mobile network to boost connectivity in 'not spots' across the New Forest

05 March 2021

MOBILE phone network EE has promised to “boost rural connectivity” as it announces the roll-out of 4G across more parts of the New Forest...


Plans for 79 homes on Lyndhurst Park Hotel site are backed by parish council

Plans for 79 homes on Lyndhurst Park Hotel site are backed by parish council

Plans for 79 homes on Lyndhurst Park Hotel site are backed by parish council

04 March 2021

THE redevelopment of the former Lyndhurst Park Hotel has received the backing of the parish council, despite confirmation it would include just eight affordable homes...


Mystery of why pensioner fatally veered into oncoming Land Rover on A337

Mystery of why pensioner fatally veered into oncoming Land Rover on A337

Mystery of why pensioner fatally veered into oncoming Land Rover on A337

26 February 2021

MYSTERY surrounds the death of a 75-year-old Lymington driver who fatally veered into the path of a Land Rover, an inquest heard...


Residents give mixed response to Lyndhurst Park Hotel plans as verderers slam proposals' effect on Forest

Residents give mixed response to Lyndhurst Park Hotel plans as verderers slam proposals' effect on Forest

Residents give mixed response to Lyndhurst Park Hotel plans as verderers slam proposals' effect on Forest

24 February 2021

PLANS for 79 homes on the site of the derelict Lyndhurst Park Hotel have met with a mixed response – but the verderers have warned of “deleterious” effects on the Forest if they get the go-ahead...


New Lyndhurst Tesco Express set to open Friday in old Budgens site

New Lyndhurst Tesco Express set to open Friday in old Budgens site

New Lyndhurst Tesco Express set to open Friday in old Budgens site

23 February 2021

LYNDHURST’S new Tesco Express store is set to open on Friday, bringing 21 new jobs to the area...


Little Hugo launches clothing range for children's charity fundraiser

Little Hugo launches clothing range for children's charity fundraiser

Little Hugo launches clothing range for children's charity fundraiser

15 February 2021

FIVE-YEAR-OLD Hugo Carpenter has used his love of drawing to raise money for a children’s charity and bring a bit of joy into people’s lives during lockdown...


New plans for Lyndhurst Park Hotel site a 'lost opportunity' for village

New plans for Lyndhurst Park Hotel site a 'lost opportunity' for village

New plans for Lyndhurst Park Hotel site a 'lost opportunity' for village

07 February 2021

PLANS to build 79 homes on the site of the derelict Lyndhurst Park Hotel have met with criticism as a “lost opportunity” to bring affordable family homes to the village...


Plan for 79 homes on derelict Lyndhurst Park Hotel site

Plan for 79 homes on derelict Lyndhurst Park Hotel site

Plan for 79 homes on derelict Lyndhurst Park Hotel site

29 January 2021

PROPOSALS have been submitted for 79 homes on the site of the derelict Lyndhurst Park Hotel, including a plan to retain the landmark frontage. ...


Fresh hopes for reopening Lyndhurst library after £10,000 grant

Fresh hopes for reopening Lyndhurst library after £10,000 grant

Fresh hopes for reopening Lyndhurst library after £10,000 grant

24 January 2021

HOPES have been raised that Lyndhurst library will be able to reopen as an independent, community-run facility after it secured a £10,000 grant from Hampshire County Council. ...


New Forest visitor centre handed £2,500 grant boost

New Forest visitor centre handed £2,500 grant boost

New Forest visitor centre handed £2,500 grant boost

10 January 2021

A NEW Forest visitor centre has been given a £2,500 boost through a scheme which raises funds for conservation and education projects...


'It's unjust' – Pig hotels group slams government after being named and shamed for failing to pay workers minimum wage

'It's unjust' – Pig hotels group slams government after being named and shamed for failing to pay workers minimum wage

'It's unjust' – Pig hotels group slams government after being named and shamed for failing to pay workers minimum wage

01 January 2021

THE Pig hotels group has defended its position after being “named and shamed” by the government for failing to pay workers the minimum wage...


Tesco set to take over empty Budgens site in Lyndhurst

Tesco set to take over empty Budgens site in Lyndhurst

Tesco set to take over empty Budgens site in Lyndhurst

09 December 2020

Budgens on Lyndhurst high street closed in February A SUPERMARKET in Lyndhurst which has lain empty since closing in February is set to reopen as a Tesco…


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