“Active” leisure, on, in, or out of, the water. There are lots of ways to spend our leisure time actively in Lymington and locality, from very young to very old indeed! (I’m reminded of the range of ages from 18 to 80, dancing the evening away at the King’s Arms the other Friday night – brilliant!)  But now we'll feature lots about the water - because it's logical given Lymington's location!

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Lymington - a premier yachting and sailing centre

Lymington: premier yachting and sailing centre. Lymington is a renowned sailing town on the edge of the New Forest National Park.   Lymington is one of the premier yachting centres on the sout [ ... ]

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Team sports in Lymington and the New Forest.

Team sports in Lymington and the New Forest. Feeling inspired by Team GB in the Rio Olympics? Its a great time of year to start a new team sport! It was hard not to feel inspired by Team GB's Hockey [ ... ]

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Tom's 24 hour tennis challenge in aid of Papyrus

Tom Power's amazing 24 hour tennis challenge. Raising funds for Papyrus, young suicide prevention charity in memory of Jessica Eales.   Last weekend, Lymington Tennis Club was buzzin [ ... ]

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Get involved with the development of Lymington Sports Pavilion!

Construction work on Lymington's new sports pavilion is now underway! Can you help? There are lots of ways that you could get involved...  The construction work on the new pavilion started in [ ... ]

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Elmers Court Lymington Health and Leisure Club

Health, fitness and relaxation - all in one lovely Lymington location!  
There’s a gem of an oasis in a beautiful location close to the waterfront and close to Lymington, where you can get he [ ... ]

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From Waggon & Horses Lymington to Foresters Arms Frogham

Little Pub Group Scenic Driving Route: Lymington to Frogham A scenic driving route for a fabulous day out and about in the beautiful New Forest
There is a lovely forest driving route which will  [ ... ]

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Lymington - Tennis for AllLymington - Tennis for All

Tennis for All – and right in the heart of Lymington! Does the idea of playing tennis appeal?  Great exercise, satisfying because it requires skills which can be learned, meet others who love  [ ... ]

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U11 fencers Novice Lymington fencers shine at Lashmars Invitation Cup

Lymington and Sway Fencing Club hosted the second annual Lashmars Invitation Cup on 3 May at Walhampton School.          The event, aimed at introducing new fenc [ ... ]

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Lymington Bowls Club

Lymington Bowls Club offers an introduction to the game of bowling! Article written by Lymington Bowls Club, March 2015 Ever considered bowling?  Now's the time to give it a try! Lymington B [ ... ]

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Lymington Croquet Club at WoodsideLymington Croquet Club at Woodside

Snooker on Grass! Lymington Croquet Club has a new home at Woodside    -  and it's looking for new members!   Lymington Croquet Club is delighted to announce that it will sho [ ... ]

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Lymington Sports Association and the planned extended Pavilion at WoodsideLymington Sports Association and the planned extended Pavilion at Woodside

Background to Lymington Sports Association and the
Planning Application for an Extension to the Pavilion at Woodside
  Based on information supplied to lymington.com by Lymington Sports Associa [ ... ]

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Anyone for Cricket!

The nets are up at Pylewell Park and everyone is dusting off their studs. The pavilion is being re-thatched and the ducks are off the wicket. Cricket means summer, it means cream teas, sunburn, pint [ ... ]

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Swimming in Lymington - why and where to swim!

In the water – pools and open water! By Clare Why should you swim? Swimming- rejuvenate, revitalise and relax. Swimming will improve your strength, stamina and suppleness. It uses every muscle [ ... ]

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