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Recovering New Forest hospitality industry reeling from lack of staff

Recovering New Forest hospitality industry reeling from lack of staff

Recovering New Forest hospitality industry reeling from lack of staff

A STAFF crisis has hit the New Forest hospitality industry as it attempts to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, tourism chiefs have warned.

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Struggling New Forest town centre shops could be turned into homes

Struggling New Forest town centre shops could be turned into homes

Struggling New Forest town centre shops could be turned into homes

TOWN centres in the New Forest could be transformed, with empty shops turned into homes, it has emerged.


Objectors to Noisy Lobster alcohol bid slammed for 'doomsday predictions'

Objectors to Noisy Lobster alcohol bid slammed for 'doomsday predictions'

Objectors to Noisy Lobster alcohol bid slammed for 'doomsday predictions'

OBJECTORS to plans to allow the Noisy Lobster in Mudeford to sell takeaway alcohol have been accused of making unfair “doomsday predictions”.


'Huge relief' – New Forest business chiefs hail Covid roadmap step 3

'Huge relief' – New Forest business chiefs hail Covid roadmap step 3

'Huge relief' – New Forest business chiefs hail Covid roadmap step 3

INDOOR facilities across the New Forest will be able to welcome customers again from Monday, which has been welcomed by business leaders.


Accommodation with altitude – new treehouses open at New Forest holiday park

Accommodation with altitude – new treehouses open at New Forest holiday park

Accommodation with altitude – new treehouses open at New Forest holiday park

NEW Forest holidaymakers can branch out this summer with new treehouses which have finally opened in Shorefield Country Park woodland.


Wagon rides in New Forest village under threat after neighbours complain of privacy invasion

Wagon rides in New Forest village under threat after neighbours complain of privacy invasion

Wagon rides in New Forest village under threat after neighbours complain of privacy invasion

BURLEY Wagon Rides is under threat after 45 years following complaints by 12 home owners in the village that it is invading their privacy.


'It would set a dangerous precedent' – objections to Noisy Lobster alcohol licence bid

'It would set a dangerous precedent' – objections to Noisy Lobster alcohol licence bid

'It would set a dangerous precedent' – objections to Noisy Lobster alcohol licence bid

THE contentious application by a Mudeford seafront restaurant for the sale of alcohol from its takeaway hatch will be determined next week.


McDonald’s bids for second restaurant in Christchurch

McDonald’s bids for second restaurant in Christchurch

McDonald’s bids for second restaurant in Christchurch

FAST food firm McDonald’s has put forward proposals to open its second restaurant in Christchurch.


Supermarket launches free children's book scheme

Supermarket launches free children's book scheme

Supermarket launches free children's book scheme

Children will be able to bring home free books from Morrisons thanks to new swap stations.


River cruise and onboard gourmet burger nights launched in Lymington

River cruise and onboard gourmet burger nights launched in Lymington

River cruise and onboard gourmet burger nights launched in Lymington

FOR those looking for affordable luxury as the evenings draw out, a river cruise followed by dinner on the water is sure to be just the ticket.


Landlady in 'blacklist' threat to pub no-show customers

Landlady in 'blacklist' threat to pub no-show customers

Landlady in 'blacklist' threat to pub no-show customers

A FORDINGBRIDGE landlady has criticised dozens of customers who failed to show without cancelling across Saturday night.

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Christchurch Home Bargains promises 70 jobs in plans to expand

Christchurch Home Bargains promises 70 jobs in plans to expand

Christchurch Home Bargains promises 70 jobs in plans to expand

DISCOUNT chain Home Bargains is seeking permission to extend its store into the neighbouring unit at Christchurch Retail Park.


Ringwood software firm more than doubles staff in lockdown expansion

Ringwood software firm more than doubles staff in lockdown expansion

Ringwood software firm more than doubles staff in lockdown expansion

A RINGWOOD software development company has seen its staff numbers more than double over the course of pandemic lockdown.


Asparagus season in full swing for Sopley farmer Dan Tanner

Asparagus season in full swing for Sopley farmer Dan Tanner

Asparagus season in full swing for Sopley farmer Dan Tanner

SOPLEY farmer Dan Tanner and his team of pickers are busy harvesting one of the nation's favourite spring vegetables ready to sell in his shop.


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