Organisers ‘heartbroken’ as first New Forest Pride pushed back to 2021

ORGANISERS of what would have been the New Forest’s first Pride event have taken the “heartbreaking” decision to cancel because of the coronavirus. Due to be held in Lymington on Saturday 22nd August, the celebration...
Aldi New Milton

Aldi to press ahead with plans for New Milton store after scheme near Tesco...

DISCOUNT retail giant Aldi has said it will not walk away from developing a store in New Milton after its bid to develop an out-of-town site was refused. Members of New Forest District Council’s planning...

Three arrested after hotel marquee raided and teen attacked

THREE men were arrested following a burglary and an attack on a teenager outside a Milford hotel last night (Wednesday). The alarm was raised around 10.20pm, with reports staff at South Lawn Hotel had confronted...

Parking charges return across the New Forest after two months free

CHARGES are being reintroduced at New Forest District Council town and village car parks following two months’ free parking amid the coronavirus lockdown. Motorists will have to pay and display from Monday, although on-duty NHS...

Village green could host socially distanced dining for nearby eateries

CUSTOMERS of cafes and restaurants in the centre of Milford could be free to dine on the village green when the coronavirus regulations relax. Parish councillors have backed the idea of putting socially distanced tables...

Man found with drugs stuffed down his trousers after police bike chase

A BIKE chase resulted in the arrest of a suspected drug dealer who had a stash of cannabis hidden down his trousers. Local police officer PC Wood was cycling on patrol in New Milton last...

Tom’s in the saddle for NHS with 128km ride at home

A SCHOOLBOY got on his bike to raise more than £500 for the NHS by riding over 100km without leaving his home. Tom Wilks (9), from Nomansland, is a member of Sotonia Cycling Club and...
Waterside train line

Probe into reopening Waterside railway awarded share of £500m

A PROJECT to investigate reopening the Waterside railway line for passengers has been granted a share of £500m government funding. As previously reported in the A&T, Hampshire County Council launched a funding bid in March...
Oakhaven Hospice

Hospice forced to close temporarily after 12 staff test positive for coronavirus

OAKHAVEN Hospice has been forced to close to new admissions following an outbreak of Covid-19 in which 12 staff members tested positive for the virus. After several clinical and support workers showed symptoms of the...

Lymington mum’s pocket money app hits millionth customer milestone

A LYMINGTON mum has seen the children’s pocket money app she launched hit its millionth customer milestone. Gohenry, which was founded by Louise Hill in 2012, had a turnover of £13m in 2019, and it...
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