Christmas lights switch on in Lymington Friday 28 NovemberSanta arrives in his Sleigh, carol singing, free parking, late shopping
On the evening of Friday 28th November the High Street will be closed to welcome the arrival of Santa, and to turn the lights on at the Christmas Tree at approximately 6pm.
Santa arrives in his SleighFather Christmas will arrive in his Sleigh, to make his first Christmas appearance of 2014.
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Autumn is about designing........ with plants Debby Lockey gives us some great tips on how to regenerate our Autumn gardens, even though some plants may be beginning to die back, let's make the most of the change in the air, the milder temperatures and start planning how to inject some harmony into our New Forest and Lymington gardens. Read article here
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Lymington Fireworks - Bonfire Nights in Lymington Town and Nearby Villages
We're fortunate to have lots of opportunities to enjoy bonfires and fireworks in Lymington and the New Forest, there are plenty of events coming up for our entertainment! It's a lovely chance to socialise with friends we haven't seen for ages whilst clutching mugs of hot soup or tucking into burgers which - seem so right on bonfire night!
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Local charity celebrate their 50th anniversary.
Well established local charity, The Wilverley Association, were thrilled to celebrate their 50th anniversary this weekend with a tea party held for all their residents, families, staff, special guests and trustees. The party was held at their Forest Oaks, Brockenhurst care home with nearly 100 local people attending, and those residents well enough to travel being transported over from their Little Haven home to join in the celebrations.
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Person centred care is about ensuring both the individuals who receive it and the carers who give it, work together to plan, develop and assess ongoing care to ensure that care is always as effective and appropriate as possible. Click here for the full article.