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Lift rescue marks first post-Covid Lymington twinning trip

Lift rescue marks first post-Covid Lymington twinning trip

Lift rescue marks first post-Covid Lymington twinning trip

EXCITEMENT at Lymington’s first international twinning trip in three years was well and truly elevated by a French lift rescue.


Forest camping and car parks face major review

Forest camping and car parks face major review

Forest camping and car parks face major review

Campsites, car parks and off-road cycle tracks will be reviewed under a plan to ease the pressures from millions of visitors.


Historic New Forest hotel sold

Historic New Forest hotel sold

Historic New Forest hotel sold

A HISTORIC New Forest hotel has been sold to a pub group.


Last cuppa looms for New Forest tearoom after 100 years

Last cuppa looms for New Forest tearoom after 100 years

Last cuppa looms for New Forest tearoom after 100 years

A BROCKENHURST tearoom that has been open for nearly 100 years will disappear if plans get the go-ahead.


Cold war as New Forest village gives ice cream van frosty reception

Cold war as New Forest village gives ice cream van frosty reception

Cold war as New Forest village gives ice cream van frosty reception

AN ice cream van at a New Forest's landmark has been given the cold shoulder by local businesses who have accused it of stealing their trade.

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Discounted open-top New Forest bus rides for locals

Discounted open-top New Forest bus rides for locals

Discounted open-top New Forest bus rides for locals

DISCOUNTED fares are being offered to New Forest residents as the district’s popular open-top bus tours return this summer.

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New Forest firms win gold at Beautiful South Awards

New Forest firms win gold at Beautiful South Awards

New Forest firms win gold at Beautiful South Awards

THREE New Forest firms walked away with golden gongs at a glittering awards do celebrating the best in the south.


Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

NEW parking restrictions making nearly every coastal road between Friars Cliff and Mudeford a “no parking zone” could be in operation by the summer.


Town's heritage centre opening hit by another delay

Town's heritage centre opening hit by another delay

Town's heritage centre opening hit by another delay

BUILDING problems have forced a further delay to £100,000 plans to open a New Milton heritage centre.


Under-threat New Forest wagon rides saved

Under-threat New Forest wagon rides saved

Under-threat New Forest wagon rides saved

ONE of the oldest tourist institutions in the New Forest has been saved after Forestry England agreed to give its new owners a three-year licence.


Beach huts expansion approved despite overwhelming opposition

Beach huts expansion approved despite overwhelming opposition

Beach huts expansion approved despite overwhelming opposition

SCORES of objections failed to stop controversial bids to extend around 75 beach huts at Mudeford.


New town crier has plenty to shout about

New town crier has plenty to shout about

New town crier has plenty to shout about

A SINGER with a talent for shouting loudly has been chosen as Christchurch’s new town crier after winning against fierce competition.


A35 closure causing 'massive drop' in New Forest village trade

A35 closure causing 'massive drop' in New Forest village trade

A35 closure causing 'massive drop' in New Forest village trade

THE closure of a section of the A35 has had a "huge impact" on business in Lyndhurst, traders have warned, as day-trippers go elsewhere.


New Forest faces big changes under new government plans for protected landscapes

New Forest faces big changes under new government plans for protected landscapes

New Forest faces big changes under new government plans for protected landscapes

STRONGER powers to tackle anti-social behaviour and traffic are among changes set out in the government’s plan to strengthen protected landscapes.

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