LOCAL news from the A&T 75, 50 and 25 years ago
THE main headlines this week 75, 50 and 25 years ago.
A SPECIAL event to mark Beaulieu National Motor Museum's 50th anniversary saw a gathering of hundreds of vehicles from the 1970s.
WHAT was making the headlines this week 75, 50 and 25 years ago.
A LYMINGTON antique dealer is set to clean up after discovering two rare sand paintings by a world-renowned artist.
THE development of Barton, which has taken place over the last 130 years, has been quite dramatic.
Watching the choir sing at a service of thanksgiving during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations brought back happy memories for one local man.
A FLAG from a sunken British ship which was displayed for 29 years at a Milford sports club has been returned to the family of the original owner.
THIS is a spectacular architectural gem and well worth a visit.
THEY were the lumberjills: members of the Women’s Timber Corps launched 80 years ago which sent hundreds to work in the New Forest during WWII.
THE clifftop residence in Barton which housed refugees from 1954 to 1991.
A RECENTLY-rediscovered rare gun turret used to help defend New Milton during the Second World War could be restored for display.
HOW German PoWs came to pilot a top-secret helicopter that crash-landed in Beaulieu is one of the wartime anecdotes set to be told at an exhibition.
A VACANCY has been filled for what might be the rarest job in the country.
A SPECIAL group has been launched to ensure memories are “never forgotten” of a hospital which treated thousands of Indian troops in Barton.