FRIENDS and sponsors are being urged to come forward to secure the future of a popular community building amid a bid to raise £100,000 for a new roof.
A GOLD-PLATED poppy will be auctioned by Lymington sculptor Michael Turner as part of his treasure hunt to raise money for the Royal British Legion.
FATHER is taking on a 3,000 push-up challenge after his son urged his family to help raise awareness of cancer research before dying aged just 16.
CHARITY walker Speedo Mick stopped by for some kind words about Olivia Inspires when he passed through the area on his nationwide trek.
A HYTHE pensioner and has raised over £200 for charity by running a half marathon in memory of her late husband.
A RECORD number of walkers raised £4,000 for the charity of a specialist palliative care unit in Christchurch in memory of Melodie Lomax.
A VICAR is running eight marathons to raise money to pay for much-needed renovations at a Netley Marsh church.
A CHARITY worker will take on 24 gruelling CrossFit workouts in as many hours to raise money for the new Macmillan Unit at Christchurch Hospital.
A TEAM from Lymington Amateur Rowing Club looks set to have broken one of a string of world records it aimed for when it set out on an epic challenge.
Sitting in an idyllic New Forest cottage garden it is easy to see why Dame Esther Rantzen has turned her back on London to live here permanently.
CROWDS of people turned out yesterday (Sunday) for the return of the Waterside raft race in Hythe.
A FIVE-YEAR-OLD boy who launched his own clothing money to raise money for children's charity Honeypot ended up collecting over £2,000.
A LYMINGTON man who played golf non-stop for 24 hours has raised £3,500 for mental health charity, Mind.
AN 80-year-old New Forest heart attack survivor will climb the equivalent of Mount Everest to raise £100,000 for impoverished Indian communities
DRAPED in a rainbow flag and with a huge smile spread across his face, Max Thurnell-Read enjoys his first ever Pride march.
A LYMINGTON octogenarian who fulfilled his dream to skydive has raised £4,000 for Wessex Cancer Trust.
A LYMINGTON man has pledged to change his name by deed poll for a year to that of a cartoon dog to raise funds for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People