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Rare chance to take on a vital New Forest role

Rare chance to take on a vital New Forest role

Rare chance to take on a vital New Forest role

THERE is a rare opportunity to apply for one of the New Forest’s oldest and most respected jobs after a longstanding agister decided to step down.


Village shop takeover hits costly ‘bump in road’

Village shop takeover hits costly ‘bump in road’

Village shop takeover hits costly ‘bump in road’

AMBITIOUS plans by a group of East Boldre residents to save the village shop have hit a stumbling block.


Solent Music Festival returns to Lymington for ninth year

Solent Music Festival returns to Lymington for ninth year

Solent Music Festival returns to Lymington for ninth year

THE Solent Music Festival returns to Lymington next week from 20th to 26th September


Police plan to address New Forest rural crime concerns

Police plan to address New Forest rural crime concerns

Police plan to address New Forest rural crime concerns

RURAL crime in areas including the New Forest is among priorities set out in Hampshire’s new police and crime commissioner’s three-year plan.


New Forest topiary firm set for Chelsea Flower Show display

New Forest topiary firm set for Chelsea Flower Show display

New Forest topiary firm set for Chelsea Flower Show display

A HERD of stunning New Forest topiary animals will be making their debut at the world-famous RHS Chelsea Flower Show next week.


Farm shop's new bar to bring spectacle of 'theatrical' live-fire cooking

Farm shop's new bar to bring spectacle of 'theatrical' live-fire cooking

Farm shop's new bar to bring spectacle of 'theatrical' live-fire cooking

A NEW courtyard bar has opened at Fordingbridge Farm Shop, with plans already afoot for an expanded menu and open-fire cooking by guest pop-up chefs.


Man spared prison after revealing owner of drugs found at his home

Man spared prison after revealing owner of drugs found at his home

Man spared prison after revealing owner of drugs found at his home

A MAN was spared prison after he persuaded a judge that he was not dealing from a bag of drugs found at his former Pennington home.


Boy spits at instructor after yobs disrupt Pilates class and vandalise toilet at New Forest hall

Boy spits at instructor after yobs disrupt Pilates class and vandalise toilet at New Forest hall

Boy spits at instructor after yobs disrupt Pilates class and vandalise toilet at New Forest hall

A PILATES instructor was spat and sworn at when yobs disrupted her class at a New Forest community hall.


Lymington hospice launches urgent recruitment campaign for nurses

Lymington hospice launches urgent recruitment campaign for nurses

Lymington hospice launches urgent recruitment campaign for nurses

LYMINGTON’s Oakhaven Hospice has launched an urgent campaign to recruit more nurses so it can keep open beds.


Lyndhurst Christmas lights will return this year with help from Stag Hotel donation

Lyndhurst Christmas lights will return this year with help from Stag Hotel donation

Lyndhurst Christmas lights will return this year with help from Stag Hotel donation

LYNDHURST’s popular overhead Christmas lights will make a comeback to the high street this year, thanks to an “exceedingly generous” donation.


Council objects to 'out of keeping' 37-home development at Dibden

Council objects to 'out of keeping' 37-home development at Dibden

Council objects to 'out of keeping' 37-home development at Dibden

A PARISH council has objected to plans for 37 lower cost homes in Dibden, with concerns of overdevelopment, highway safety and the impact on wildlife.


Where and when to see the Red Arrows over the New Forest today

Where and when to see the Red Arrows over the New Forest today

Where and when to see the Red Arrows over the New Forest today

The Red Arrows are returning to Hampshire's skies today (Thursday) as they visit the Isle of Wight Festival for a display.


From bath rescues to ship fires at sea – New Milton firefighter Paul retires after 38 years

From bath rescues to ship fires at sea – New Milton firefighter Paul retires after 38 years

From bath rescues to ship fires at sea – New Milton firefighter Paul retires after 38 years

“IT’S a rewarding job” – these were the words of Paul Rimmer who has tackled his last emergency after 38 years as a New Milton firefighter.


Vandals hit New Milton muga again – days after it reopened from two months' repairs

Vandals hit New Milton muga again – days after it reopened from two months' repairs

Vandals hit New Milton muga again – days after it reopened from two months' repairs

VANDALS repeatedly targeting a New Milton sports facility sparked calls for improved CCTV coverage and more police presence.


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