New Forest cow attack

Hungry Forest cows bothering locals ‘should be removed’

DISRUPTIVE cows which wander into gardens in search of food should be taken off the forest, a Burley resident has suggested. As previously reported in the A&T last month, dozens of ponies were removed from...

Badgers players donate to help club through difficult period

ALL Brockenhurst FC players have helped out their own club by donating their March expenses back to the club. The Badgers, who finished 15th in the Sydenhams Wessex Premier League this season, have had to...

Some carry on camping at New Forest site despite lockdown

SOME people are still living on a New Forest campsite despite the company that runs it having claimed it was closed due to the coronavirus. Camping in the New Forest has insisted it is not...

Disability charity makes urgent funding plea to help stay open

A CHARITY has launched an urgent fundraising appeal so it can continue to support people with learning disabilities and autism during the coronavirus crisis. The Minstead Trust was set up in 1986 and currently helps...

Thirsty villagers help hospice in lockdown ale giveaway

GIVING away one of his ales to villagers in Milford and Sway helped a pub landlord raise £1,185 for Oakhaven Hospice. Brendan and Julie Treacey, who run the Hare & Hounds in Sway and The...
Dogstival

Dogstival joins list of summer events hit by coronavirus crisis

THE organisers of Dogstival, the weekend celebration of man’s best friend in the New Forest, has been postponed until after the summer. Richard and Domine Nowell, who debuted the event at Pylewell Park near Lymington...
Balmer Lawn Hotel

Tourism leader backs hotel’s ‘make or break’ expansion plans

A NEW Forest tourism leader has thrown his support behind “make or break” plans for a major expansion at one of the district’s most high-profile hotels. The backing is for Chris and Alison Wilson who...
Jim Ratcliffe

Beaulieu billionaire pledges to build hand gel factories

PETROCHEMICAL giant Ineos, which has offices in Lyndhurst, is building a new factory to manufacture 1-million bottles of hand sanitiser a month to aid the battle against the coronavirus. Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the multi-billionaire who...
Brockenhurst post office

Red letter day for village as couple pledge to reopen post office

A POST office is set return to Brockenhurst after a convenience store company announced it would be opening one at its new outlets in the centre of the village, the A&T can reveal. Richard Dance...

Two years’ jail for bungling burglar chased away by homeowners

A BURLEY man who was chased from a property he burgled on New Year’s Day has been jailed for more than two years. Aaron Phillips (37), of Meadow Close, tried to take a television from...
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