Lyndhurst Budgens

‘Our high streets are dying’ – village supermarket to close

A SUPERMARKET in Lyndhurst which has been run by the same couple for 14 years is set to close early next year. Budgens is expected to shut its doors in February when its current lease...

Thieves steal £65,000 of wine in raid on luxury hotel’s cellar

HIGH value bottles of wine worth around £65,000 were stolen by thieves when they made a daring raid at the luxury Lime Wood hotel. The perpetrators got into the cellar of the five-star Lime Wood...
Lyndhurst Christmas lights

Letters: Ignore the rumours, there will be Christmas lights in our village

SIR - There is currently much speculation and misinformation regarding the Christmas illuminations in Lyndhurst. May I reassure your readers that there will be lights in the village over the festive period. It is unfortunate that...

New developer agrees deal for derelict Lyndhurst Park Hotel

A DEAL has been done for the dilapidated Lyndhurst Park Hotel which has been bought by a new developer with plans to build housing. Hoburne Development confirmed to the A&T today (Friday) that it has...

School head and boy’s parents sue each other

A FURIOUS headmaster shouted “goodbye and good riddance” during a heated meeting with parents of a pupil who were complaining about his school. Sarah and Adrian Clift were banned from the independent fee-paying The New...
Lyndhurst hit and run

Letters: Why do we tolerate the dreadful traffic of Lyndhurst?

SIR - Another summer has passed… and with it, the inevitable yet needless traffic congestion which continues to haunt the beautiful village of Lyndhurst. It is appalling that this dreadful and ever worsening situation continues to be tolerated...

New property firm eyes up redeveloping derelict Lyndhurst Park Hotel

THE derelict Lyndhurst Park Hotel could be bought by a new development company after it confirmed an interest in taking it on. The landmark site at one of the gateways to Lyndhurst – known as...

Rethink on care home criticism after council appeals

A SUBSTANDARD grade given to Lyndhurst care home Cranleigh Paddock has been withdrawn online after it was challenged by Hampshire County Council. The authority-run home had been deemed ‘requires improvement’ by inspectors from the Care...

Busy Lyndhurst road without pedestrian crossing is ‘an accident waiting to happen’

THE lack of a pedestrian crossing on a busy road in Lyndhurst is “an accident waiting to happen”, a resident has claimed. Jane Parry raised her concerns at a meeting of Lyndhurst Parish Council last...

Shoplifting victim says budget cuts affecting police response

THE manager of a family-owned Lyndhurst gift shop has hit out at cutbacks affecting police response after alcohol was stolen for the second time in a month. Over £200 of drink was taken by shoplifters...
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