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Council introduces fast-track licensing for firms wanting to serve food and drink outside

Council introduces fast-track licensing for firms wanting to serve food and drink outside

Council introduces fast-track licensing for firms wanting to serve food and drink outside

A ‘FAST-TRACK’ licensing system has been set up by BCP Council for businesses looking to expand into outdoor service as lockdown measures are eased...


Covid safety spot checks for New Forest businesses in run-up to lockdown lifting

Covid safety spot checks for New Forest businesses in run-up to lockdown lifting

Covid safety spot checks for New Forest businesses in run-up to lockdown lifting

SPOT checks are being carried out to ensure New Forest businesses have coronavirus safety measures in place ahead of the lockdown lifting...


New Forest hotel serves up Italian treats with online wine tasting

New Forest hotel serves up Italian treats with online wine tasting

New Forest hotel serves up Italian treats with online wine tasting

FOREIGN holidays may be off the agenda but the team at Lime Wood Hotel in Lyndhurst are hoping to share a small slice of Italy during a series of online wine-tasting evenings led by TV chef Angela Hartnett MBE and cooking partner Luke Holder...


'Fantastic news' – Solent freeport bid, which could bring £2bn investment and create 52,000 jobs, is approved in Budget

'Fantastic news' – Solent freeport bid, which could bring £2bn investment and create 52,000 jobs, is approved in Budget

'Fantastic news' – Solent freeport bid, which could bring £2bn investment and create 52,000 jobs, is approved in Budget

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New Lyndhurst Tesco Express set to open Friday in old Budgens site

New Lyndhurst Tesco Express set to open Friday in old Budgens site

New Lyndhurst Tesco Express set to open Friday in old Budgens site

LYNDHURST’S new Tesco Express store is set to open on Friday, bringing 21 new jobs to the area...


Lymington dealer in buyout of renowned Chelsea Antiques Fair

Lymington dealer in buyout of renowned Chelsea Antiques Fair

Lymington dealer in buyout of renowned Chelsea Antiques Fair

AN ONLINE antique sales site part-owned by a Lymington dealer has taken over a renowned London fair...


Campaign launched to help boost Forest food and drink industry after lockdown

Campaign launched to help boost Forest food and drink industry after lockdown

Campaign launched to help boost Forest food and drink industry after lockdown

A CAMPAIGN to help the food and drink industry reopen once lockdown lifts is being launched by the New Forest tourism group...


Fruit firm's grape expectations as it branches out into wine

Fruit firm's grape expectations as it branches out into wine

Fruit firm's grape expectations as it branches out into wine

AN ambitious planting programme will begin in Beaulieu this April as the team behind the New Forest Fruit Company set their sights on becoming a significant local wine producer...


Pandemic spells end for gift shop in New Milton high street after 38 years

Pandemic spells end for gift shop in New Milton high street after 38 years

Pandemic spells end for gift shop in New Milton high street after 38 years

A POPULAR gift and textiles shop which has traded in New Milton for nearly four decades has become one of the latest casualties of the pandemic...


Wightlink staff set to strike as ferry firm makes cuts despite £6.5m government cash

Wightlink staff set to strike as ferry firm makes cuts despite £6.5m government cash

Wightlink staff set to strike as ferry firm makes cuts despite £6.5m government cash

WIGHTLINK staff are preparing for strike action after it was announced a £6.5m government cash injection will not avoid the need to cut costs...


Drive-through restaurants planned as redevelopment revealed for Somerford Road site in Christchurch

Drive-through restaurants planned as redevelopment revealed for Somerford Road site in Christchurch

Drive-through restaurants planned as redevelopment revealed for Somerford Road site in Christchurch

PLANS have been revealed to redevelop part of the former Christchurch airfield site into a business park with two drive-through restaurants...


Police and council staff to visit supermarkets over reports of Covid breaches

Police and council staff to visit supermarkets over reports of Covid breaches

Police and council staff to visit supermarkets over reports of Covid breaches

DORSET Police and BCP Council workers are carrying out visits to local supermarkets amid concerns about retailers failing to comply with Covid-19 regulations...


Regent Centre survival for another year secured by £240,000 grant

Regent Centre survival for another year secured by £240,000 grant

Regent Centre survival for another year secured by £240,000 grant

The £240,000 government grant will keep the Regent Centre going for the next 12 months A CHRISTCHURCH theatre boss said he was “over the moon” after its…


NFDC leader defends funding of business hub 49

NFDC leader defends funding of business hub 49

NFDC leader defends funding of business hub 49

The 49 centre in Everton was launched in 2019 by entrepreneur Paul Sherry THE leader of New Forest District Council has defended handing £75,000 of taxpayers’…


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