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Tourists bring Hythe ferry passenger numbers back to pre-pandemic levels

Tourists bring Hythe ferry passenger numbers back to pre-pandemic levels

Tourists bring Hythe ferry passenger numbers back to pre-pandemic levels

HYTHE ferry has seen passenger numbers increase to pre-pandemic levels thanks to tourists visiting this summer.


Caravan site owner named and shamed for underpaying employee

Caravan site owner named and shamed for underpaying employee

Caravan site owner named and shamed for underpaying employee

THE owner of a camp site near Fordingbridge has admitted it made a "mistake" in underpaying a worker by more than £3,300.


Lifeboat crews rescue swimmers over the weekend

Lifeboat crews rescue swimmers over the weekend

Lifeboat crews rescue swimmers over the weekend

PEOPLE were pulled from the water in two rescue operations off Avon Beach at Christchurch during the weekend.


Sir Ben Ainslie to star at 50th birthday of Buckler's Hard

Sir Ben Ainslie to star at 50th birthday of Buckler's Hard

Sir Ben Ainslie to star at 50th birthday of Buckler's Hard

OLYMPIC sailor Sir Ben Ainslie is to open the 50th anniversary celebrations of Buckler’s Hard Yacht Harbour.


Milford hotel to double capacity after two-storey extension is approved

Milford hotel to double capacity after two-storey extension is approved

Milford hotel to double capacity after two-storey extension is approved

A MILFORD hotel will double its capacity after owners were given permission for a two-storey extension which the owners say will “cement” its future.


New signs to warn visitors against feeding New Forest animals

New signs to warn visitors against feeding New Forest animals

New signs to warn visitors against feeding New Forest animals

NEW signage warning visitors against feeding New Forest animals has been installed at tourist hotspots ahead of the summer season.


75% of jobseekers who attended New Forest hospitality careers fair in line for roles

75% of jobseekers who attended New Forest hospitality careers fair in line for roles

75% of jobseekers who attended New Forest hospitality careers fair in line for roles

MORE than 100 local jobseekers attended a fair launched to plug urgent vacancies in the New Forest's hospitality industry.


Talks urged over plan to move New Forest campsites

Talks urged over plan to move New Forest campsites

Talks urged over plan to move New Forest campsites

FOREST campsites are 'incompatible' with commoning, verderers warn.


New Forest business chiefs call for financial help amid delay in lockdown easing

New Forest business chiefs call for financial help amid delay in lockdown easing

New Forest business chiefs call for financial help amid delay in lockdown easing

BUSINESS leaders have called for Forest firms in the worst hit sectors to get more financial aid after the lockdown easing was delayed.


Call to shut and relocate New Forest campsites

Call to shut and relocate New Forest campsites

Call to shut and relocate New Forest campsites

CAMPSITES within the national park should be shut down and relocated if commoning is to survive, a leading New Forest organisation has warned.


Hampshire resort voted one of UK's worst is 'better than Lymington' says former town councillor

Hampshire resort voted one of UK's worst is 'better than Lymington' says former town councillor

Hampshire resort voted one of UK's worst is 'better than Lymington' says former town councillor

DESPITE it placing 45 spots below Lymington in a consumer study, the leader of Portsmouth City Council has claimed Southsea is "better".


Hurst Castle set to reopen to public after wall collapse

Hurst Castle set to reopen to public after wall collapse

Hurst Castle set to reopen to public after wall collapse

PART of Hurst Castle is to reopen to the public from tomorrow (Saturday) for the first time since the east wing collapsed into the sea.


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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New Forest open-top bus tour set to return

New Forest open-top bus tour set to return

New Forest open-top bus tour set to return

THE New Forest Tour is set to return – giving visitors and residents the chance to enjoy glorious open top bus views of the district.


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