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The Oak Inn: cosy atmosphere, quality food and community spirit

The Oak Inn: cosy atmosphere, quality food and community spirit

The Oak Inn: cosy atmosphere, quality food and community spirit

04 April 2019

TUCKED away in the tiny hamlet of Bank about a mile south-west of Lyndhurst, the picturesque Oak Inn has a reputation for first class food inspired by…


Help for New Forest horse owners at anti-crime advice evening

Help for New Forest horse owners at anti-crime advice evening

Help for New Forest horse owners at anti-crime advice evening

02 April 2019

The event in Lyndhurst will offer security advice to horse riders and owners HORSE riders can find out how to keep safe and protect themselves from crime…


New Forest conservationists step back in time with pair of heavy horses

New Forest conservationists step back in time with pair of heavy horses

New Forest conservationists step back in time with pair of heavy horses

28 March 2019

Toby Hoad using his two Comtois mares Fleur and Celine to transport coppice to the kiln AN AWARD-winning conservation charity has taken a step back in…


Parish council to close 'money trap' office to cut spending

Parish council to close 'money trap' office to cut spending

Parish council to close 'money trap' office to cut spending

28 March 2019

Lyndhurst Parish Council's office in the High Street Lyndhurst Parish Council is to close its "money trap" office in the village high street to save cash. The…


New retirement homes scheme unveiled for Lyndhurst

New retirement homes scheme unveiled for Lyndhurst

New retirement homes scheme unveiled for Lyndhurst

27 February 2019

A computer-generated image of Churchill Retirement's plans for Elcombes Close, Lyndhurst ANOTHER retirement home scheme in Lyndhurst has been drawn up…


Walter Purvis Smith: mapping pioneer who led Ordnance Survey

Walter Purvis Smith: mapping pioneer who led Ordnance Survey

Walter Purvis Smith: mapping pioneer who led Ordnance Survey

22 February 2019

Walter Purvis Smith with his wife Bettie TRIBUTES have been paid to Walter Purvis Smith, a mapping pioneer who became the first non-military Ordnance…


Cost pressures threaten Lyndhurst Parish Council office

Cost pressures threaten Lyndhurst Parish Council office

Cost pressures threaten Lyndhurst Parish Council office

19 February 2019

Lyndhurst Parish Council's office in the High Street LYNDHURST Parish Council may be forced to close its office in the village due to running costs of…


New Forest volunteer fair draws in over 700 buzzing participants

New Forest volunteer fair draws in over 700 buzzing participants

New Forest volunteer fair draws in over 700 buzzing participants

08 February 2019

Pictured from left are Viv Carter of Honeypot Children's Charity and their mascot Bumble, Gemma Wilks of Ban The Straw New Forest, NPA Chief Executive…


Third time lucky? Fresh plans being drawn up for Lyndhurst Park Hotel

Third time lucky? Fresh plans being drawn up for Lyndhurst Park Hotel

Third time lucky? Fresh plans being drawn up for Lyndhurst Park Hotel

04 January 2019

Pegasus Life wants to redevelop Lyndhurst Park Hotel with retirement flats NEW proposals for the derelict Lyndhurst Park Hotel could be unveiled by the…


Make a New Year resolution with New Forest volunteer fair at Lyndhurst

Make a New Year resolution with New Forest volunteer fair at Lyndhurst

Make a New Year resolution with New Forest volunteer fair at Lyndhurst

28 December 2018

The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust stall in 2018 PEOPLE who want to help out local groups and organisations in the new year can find out how…


National park authority seeks costs from developer as Lyndhurst housing plan dropped

National park authority seeks costs from developer as Lyndhurst housing plan dropped

National park authority seeks costs from developer as Lyndhurst housing plan dropped

28 December 2018

Lyndhurst Park Hotel is being targeted for development by Pegasus Life THE developer whose bid to build 90 homes on the former Lyndhurst Park Hotel was…


Airlift for marshal badly injured at 4x4 off-roading event near Lyndhurst

Airlift for marshal badly injured at 4x4 off-roading event near Lyndhurst

Airlift for marshal badly injured at 4x4 off-roading event near Lyndhurst

30 November 2018

The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance A MARSHAL at a 4x4 off-roading event was badly hurt after becoming trapped between two of the vehicles taking…


Car access to New Forest beauty spot restored after Forestry Commission backs down

Car access to New Forest beauty spot restored after Forestry Commission backs down

Car access to New Forest beauty spot restored after Forestry Commission backs down

23 November 2018

The barrier at Denny Wood campsite between Lyndhurst and Beaulieu ACCESS to a popular area in the New Forest is to be restored after the Forestry Commission…


Reflections: Mary Elizabeth Braddon - pioneering author who helped shape Lyndhurst

Reflections: Mary Elizabeth Braddon - pioneering author who helped shape Lyndhurst

Reflections: Mary Elizabeth Braddon - pioneering author who helped shape Lyndhurst

15 November 2018

BY the latter years of the 19th century Bournemouth had become a town and resort of national repute. During the summer various hotels were involved in…


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