Clashes over plan for empty cinema

Salisbury Journal:

11:16am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A RINGWOOD Arts Centre spokesman has spoken out against a dream to get the old cinema renovated in the High Street.

Football star wins illegal pitch battle

Salisbury Journal:

11:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

FORMER Saints star Adam Lallana has won a planning row over a football pitch he illegally built in his Ringwood garden – despite strong opposition from his neighbours.

Police send message to revellers

Salisbury Journal: Police are appealing for information after a teenager had his ear bitten off in an attack.

11:20am Thursday 23rd October 2014

HALLOWEEN revellers in the New Forest are being urged not to make October 31 a nightmare for others.

Vet’s special award

Salisbury Journal:

11:19am Thursday 23rd October 2014

CRANBORNE vet Luke Gamble has received a special award at the House of Lords from the International Fund for Animal Welfare.

Square and building nomination

Salisbury Journal:

11:18am Thursday 23rd October 2014

RINGWOOD Gateway square and building are in the running to scoop a design award.

Horsewoman jumps into second position

Salisbury Journal:

11:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

HORSEWOMAN Liz Wright from Ringwood says her gypsy cob Frilly is “one in a million” after reaching second place in the Horse of the Year Show.

Students learn about life in the Stone Age

Salisbury Journal:

11:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

SCHOOLCHILDREN from Verwood who have been learning about the Stone Age finished the topic with a trip to Stonehenge.

Car damage investigation

Salisbury Journal: Police are appealing for information after a teenager had his ear bitten off in an attack.

11:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A SPATE of criminal damage to vehicles has taken place in Verwood over the last week.

Onshore cabling prompts concern

Salisbury Journal:

10:48am Thursday 23rd October 2014

RESIDENTS and representatives from the New Forest and East Dorset have voiced their concerns over the disruption that onshore cabling for a controversial wind farm would cause.

Young runner falls and breaks her arm

Salisbury Journal: Poole Hospital

10:46am Thursday 23rd October 2014

YOUNG charity runner Amber-Jane Smith from Three Legged Cross faces six weeks with her arm in plaster after she fell shortly after taking part in the Bournemouth Marathon Festival.

Mayor buys first poppy

Salisbury Journal:

10:41am Thursday 23rd October 2014

THE Mayor of Verwood bought the first poppy sold in the town on Monday morning.

Officers resort to food voucher use

Salisbury Journal:

11:02am Thursday 16th October 2014

THE chief of Hampshire’s rank and file officers has revealed pay reforms are forcing more police officers to resort to using food vouchers to feed their families.

Fire service could lose £1m

Salisbury Journal: A fire engine arrives at the National Access Dinghy Championships

11:14am Thursday 16th October 2014

DORSET'S fire service could lose £1million in planned savings if proposals for a merger with Wiltshire and Swindon do not go ahead on time.

Storage warning made to all firearms owners

Salisbury Journal:

10:57am Thursday 16th October 2014

DORSET Police are warning all firearms owners in the county they must ensure their guns are being stored securely.

Drivers warned to beware of deer

Salisbury Journal: No extra seer culls in Forest

10:42am Thursday 16th October 2014

DRIVERS are being warned to take extra care after the New Forest and parts of Hampshire were named as one of the worst areas for accidents involving deer.

Fisherman’s new book ready to hook readers

Salisbury Journal:

12:00pm Thursday 16th October 2014

A FISHERMAN from Ringwood is hoping to reel in thousands of readers after penning a second book – A Keepnet Full of Dreams.

She was a real doll

Salisbury Journal:

11:09am Thursday 16th October 2014

Tribute to Daphne Gordon

Alliance criticises cost of cycle hire proposal

Salisbury Journal:

10:39am Thursday 16th October 2014

PUBLIC spending watchdogs say £84,000 of taxpayers’ money was “frittered away” by the New Forest National Park Authority (NPA) on devising the plans for a Boris Bikes-style scheme in Hampshire.

Superheroes to the rescue!

Salisbury Journal:

11:07am Thursday 16th October 2014

PUPILS at St James First School in Alderholt became caped crusaders for the day as everyone celebrated their favourite superheroes.

Bike events work in tandem

Salisbury Journal:

11:00am Thursday 16th October 2014

THOUSANDS of riders cruised through the New Forest as two mass cycling events operated successfully in tandem at the weekend.

Pick up some tasty produce

Salisbury Journal:

11:00am Thursday 16th October 2014

HAMPSHIRE Farmers’ Markets’ next monthly market at The Furlong in Ringwood is this Saturday.

Cyclist rides 212 miles to create massive bike

Salisbury Journal:

11:16am Thursday 16th October 2014

A CYCLIST from Landford has created a massive bicycle on the website Strava by cycling 212 miles in the New Forest and surrounding areas.

Birthday tree planting

Salisbury Journal:

10:55am Thursday 16th October 2014

TINY Jack Corlett celebrated his first birthday at Fordingbridge Day Nursery by helping the town’s Mayor Malcolm Connolly plant an apple tree, pictured right, and say a huge “Thank You” to everyone who worked hard to open the new nursery.

Scouts’ campaign to fix leaking roof

Salisbury Journal:

10:41am Thursday 16th October 2014

A CAMPAIGN has been launched by 1st Fordingbridge Scouts to replace their leaking roof before the rain sets in.

Electrocution risk for inflatable hot tub users

Salisbury Journal: Running water tap

10:53am Thursday 16th October 2014

Trading Standards issues warning over one brand after authorities in the Netherlands raise alarm.

Multi-activity centre opens after five year project

Salisbury Journal:

8:00am Saturday 11th October 2014

A SCOUTING community is celebrating the opening of a £135,000 multi-activity centre at the home of the 1st Poulner Scouts after five years in the making.

Fundraisers aid bicycle scheme

Salisbury Journal:

5:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

THOUSANDS of people in Africa are now cycling instead of walking the 20 miles to get to work or school thanks to fundraising in memory of Rory Walworth from Downton.

Hale troop celebrate the Big Brownie Birthday

Salisbury Journal:

5:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

BROWNIES in Hale held a celebration for the Big Brownie Birthday with a reunion of a number of members of the past and present pack.

Find out autism information

Salisbury Journal:

4:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

PARENTS and carers of children who display autistic spectrum behaviour are welcome to an information day at Lyndhurst Community Centre on Monday, October 20.

Pupils make their votes count

Salisbury Journal:

3:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

YOUNGSTERS at Trinity First School in Verwood had their first taste of democracy as they cast their votes in the school’s council elections.

Campaign to thank park visitors

Salisbury Journal:

3:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

THE Forestry Commission has launched a campaign to thank people for supporting Moors Valley Country Park near Ringwood.

Fisherman set to launch new book

Salisbury Journal:

2:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

A RINGWOOD fisherman has combined his love of the river with his love of the written word and penned a second book.

Day celebrates older people

Salisbury Journal:

1:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

A WHOLE host of things to see were on offer at Hockeys’ Farm near Gorley as Age Concern celebrated International Day of the Older Person.

Hot off the press

Salisbury Journal:

1:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

Fordingbridge fire officer PETE WHITE reports on what the area’s firefighters have been up to this week...

Potential fire service merger

Salisbury Journal:

1:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

DORSET and Wiltshire Fire Authorities have taken a step closer to a potential merger.

Have your say on IVF's future

Salisbury Journal:

1:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in the New Forest and Hampshire are asking for the public’s views on future provision of IVF in the region.

Police name man who died on A338 accident blackspot

Salisbury Journal:

1:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

THE man who was killed in a crash on Sunday morning has been named as William George Cooper, 30, of Mockbeggar Lane, Ibsley in Ringwood.

Seed collection to help protect trees

Salisbury Journal:

1:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

SEED collectors from the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew gathered seeds from Godshill near Fordingbridge for a project to tackle pests and diseases.

Superstore opens up and creates new jobs

Salisbury Journal:

1:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

A NEW superstore opened its doors to shoppers in Verwood on Monday creating 50 new jobs.

Catch up with the old gang

Salisbury Journal:

1:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

THIRTY years after leaving The Burgate Comprehensive School (now The Burgate School and Sixth Form Academy) a pair of pupils have decided to organise a reunion.

Lensman Mark Simpson to discuss work

Salisbury Journal:

12:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

LANDSCAPE photographer Mark Simpson will be presenting an illustrated talk about his photographs at Moors Valley Country Park and Forest, tomorrow from 7pm.

School meals delivery issue

Salisbury Journal:

12:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

PROBLEMS with the delivery of free school meals in Dorset mean some schools risk falling short of the government’s target.

New committee steps in to preserve carnival

Salisbury Journal:

12:00pm Friday 10th October 2014

PEOPLE power has secured the fate of Verwood Carnival – for another year at least – with a new committee shoring up the 84-year-old tradition.

Town allotments voted top of the plots in competition

Salisbury Journal:

11:00am Friday 10th October 2014

PRIZES have been awarded to green fingered Ringwood residents in the town’s annual allotment competition.

Child psychologist to hold seminars at school

Salisbury Journal:

11:00am Friday 10th October 2014

EMINENT Australian child psychologist Steve Biddulph will be holding a series of seminars at Ringwood Waldorf School on Monday.

Second World War secrets of the New Forest

Salisbury Journal:

9:00am Friday 10th October 2014

A FASCINATING illustrated talk, about some of the secret operations which happened in the New Forest during the Second World War, was given to Verwood Historical Society by Gareth Owen of the National Park Authority.

Hyde Training Band brings cheer to Fordingbridge nursing home

Salisbury Journal:

9:00am Friday 10th October 2014

OLDER folk at Allenbrook Nursing Home in Fordingbridge were treated to a special performance by the Hyde Training Band.

New craft workshops to aid Lantern Community in Ringwood

Salisbury Journal:

9:00am Friday 10th October 2014

ARTS and crafts were centre stage at the Lantern Community’s open day as three new workshop buildings were officially opened for adults with learning difficulties.

Future of Fordingbridge Surgery reaffirmed at patient participation group

Salisbury Journal:

9:00am Friday 10th October 2014

ABOUT 65 patients of the Fordingbridge Surgery turned up for the sixth meeting of the patient participation group held at Fordingbridge Town Hall.

Sky lanterns face ban across Forest

Salisbury Journal:

1:00pm Thursday 9th October 2014

THE party may be over for people wanting to celebrate with Chinese Lanterns as organisations have called for them to be banned across the New Forest.


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