More news, no ads
From Our Files: See what made the headlines back then
Parking meters in such times are, if anything, the exact opposite to what should be done.
SIR – I read with interest the problems Freedom Leisure are having running the New Forest District Council leisure centres.
FORMER mayor of Lymington and New Milton, Doreen Rendell, has died just five months from celebrating her 100th birthday.
STORIES from the A&T 75, 50 and 25 years ago.
SIR – The new bridge installed at Holmsley, including the works to the roads immediately around it, has cost millions.
THE inventor of the hovercraft, who carried out much of his research in Hythe, has been honoured with a blue plaque in the village.
A HARDY group of swimmers successfully relayed their way across the English Channel to raise more than £37,000 for charity.
The history of Fernhill Manor is a long and fascinating one.
SIR – Many negative comments were made prior to Michael Bublé’s performance – mainly by disgruntled customers.
LOCAL headlines 75, 50 and 25 years ago.
SIR – What has happened to snowflake Britain when three or four days of discomfort bring sections of the community and workforce to a grinding halt?
THE threat of sea sickness is one of the obstacles facing a team of six swimmers preparing to relay their way across the English Channel for charity.
"Now everyone is back in their cars again with a vengeance"
LOCAL news from the A&T 75, 50 and 25 years ago
SIR – It is hard to sometimes understand letters published from those who live in towns and cities complaining about the lack of bus services.
LONGSTANDING former Lyndhurst parish councillor and steam enthusiast Mark Abbott has died at the age of 84.
SIR – WHY are our councillors so convinced that we need wheelie bins to improve recycling rates?
"OUR existing national capability and capacity is at significant risk"
WHAT was making the news in your A&T 75, 50 and 25 years ago.
FLAGS at RNLI Mudeford lifeboat station flew at half-mast in honour of former Christchurch mayor Nick Geary after his death.
THE main headlines this week 75, 50 and 25 years ago.