Village church bids farewell to longstanding vicar and family worker

A FAREWELL service took place at All Saints Church in Milford to mark the departure of longstanding vicar the Rev. Dominic Furness and parish family worker Sheila Hopkins. Hymns, readings and poetry were chosen by...

Woman found dead on the beach had unknown heart problem

A PENSIONER found dead on a beach at Milford had an undiagnosed heart problem, an inquest heard. Sheila Chrystie (70) who suffered from anxiety and depression, left her home in Ellesfield Drive, West Parley, just...

Raw milk vending machine given the all clear after FSA investigation

A VENDING machine selling unpasteurised milk at a Milford dairy farm is back up and running after it was shut down over a food poisoning scare. Owner of New Forest Raw Milk, Sarah Cobb, says...

HCC staff face obstruction of justice allegations in bollard case

STAFF at Hampshire County Council are facing allegations they tried to “obstruct justice” in relation to an incident involving a young girl who was seriously injured when a defective bollard collapsed on her. The council...
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Campaign for pedestrian crossing on busy town centre street

A GROUP of Lymington residents is campaigning for the introduction of pedestrian safety measures on a busy street in the centre that sees around 10,000 pedestrians a day crossing it at the height of...

Colourful carnival had a ‘save the planet theme’

RAIN forest animals, junk eating monsters and friendly bumblebees were just of a few of the colourful characters who appeared in Lymington’s popular carnival parade on Sunday. Inspired by the 2019 theme ‘saving our planet’,...

Moon landing’s 50th anniversary inspires New Forest artist Will

TO MARK the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing today (Saturday), Lymington artist Will Rochfort has created a new work inspired by the Apollo 11 astronauts’ victory parade through New York. The oil painting,...

Raiders return to snatch second helping of lobsters and crabs

THIEVES netted a £250 haul of crabs and lobsters when a popular family-run Lymington shellfish business was broken into for the second time within five months. A CCTV camera was smashed and a lock was...

Lymington’s colourful carnival to take over high street on Sunday

LYMINGTON carnival is set to fill the street of the town on Sunday 21st July with the topical theme of ‘saving the planet’. Run by the Lions Club of Lymington and Brockenhurst, the procession will...

Councils counting the cost of vandalism at New Forest play parks

VANDALS struck at two children's play parks in the New Forest leaving one scattered with broken glass and another with a burnt out piece of equipment. In the first incident, yobs took glass bottles left...
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