Cyclist suffered ‘serious injuries’ in collision with car

A CYCLIST was taken to hospital with serious injuries after a collision with a car in Beaulieu. Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident which was reported to have happened on the B3054 in...

Flood alerts for coastal areas as gale force winds expected

FLOOD alerts have been issued for local coastal areas this afternoon (Friday). The Environment Agency (EA) has put warnings in place for Christchurch Harbour, the lower Avon and Stour, the Calshot and Lepe area, and...

Charles Channels his fundraising efforts for Crohn’s

SEVERE food poisoning from a fish led to property developer Charles Morgan developing the lifelong crippling inflammatory bowel disease Crohn’s – but brave Charles was so determined not to let the condition rule his...

Countryside charity makes funding appeal after lockdown hits income

A CHARITY which usually welcomes hundreds of visitors to its farm and ancient woodland in Beaulieu has appealed for help after a dramatic loss of income due to the coronavirus outbreak. The Countryside Education Trust...

Warning after rare birds die on island illegally visited by paddleboarders

RIVER users at Beaulieu have been warned not to land on Gull Island after two chicks born to a very rare species of bird died when their nest was disturbed. It is illegal for people...

Judge’s warning for man who threatened to burn down his parents’ home

A JUDGE gave a Beaulieu drug-user three months to clean up his act after he threatened to burn down his parents’ home. Alexander Duncan (37), a film producer who has been diagnosed with autism, was...

Lord Montagu’s tributes to ‘friend of Beaulieu’ Sir Stirling Moss

LORD Montagu has paid tribute to motor racing legend Sir Stirling Moss – who forged a close connection to the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu. Sir Stirling, who died aged 90 over the Easter weekend,...
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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...
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PICTURES: Villagers run through wind and rain for Pancake Day

THE rain and wind failed to dampen spirits at the traditional Pancake Day races held at Beaulieu and Brockenhurst. Local children battled it out in 15 races held in Beaulieu High Street, while teams from...

‘Wonderful’ response to appeal for trust’s minibus hit by arson

THE Countryside Education Trust charity has been overwhelmed after hundreds of pounds was raised to replace one of its vehicles that was destroyed in an arson attack. As reported in the A&T, the minibus belonging to...
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