• 1 Discover the New Forest: the Beaulieu Letters Walk
  • 2 Thousands of dogs at inaugural Dogstival, Pylewell Park Lymington
  • 3 Financial abuse with Lester Aldridge for Lymington
  • 4 What's on in the New Forest over the May Half Term Holiday...
  • 5 Dementia Action Week 2019 Mon 20–Sun 26 May in Lymington
  • 6 Shorefield Holidays recruiting across the business
  • 7 Holiday childcare in Lymington and the New Forest
  • 8 New Forest Commoners Walk and Bell Inn Commoners Lunch
  • 9 Personal tax planning guidance for the 2019-20 tax year
  • 10 Dogstival promises a fantastic day out for dogs and dog lovers!
  • Discover the New Forest: the Beaulieu Letters Walk

    Discover the New Forest: Beaulieu Letters and Hatchet Pond Walk

    East Boldre walk to discover a pond, a tumulus and an airfield with a pitstop at The Turfcutters Arms

    Although at first sight flat and featureless, 4000 years of human activities lie concealed amongst the gorse and heather of Bagshot Moor and Beaulieu Heath. This walk passes by Bronze Age earthworks and the remnants of twentieth-century runways to one of the New Forest's most beautiful ponds. On the way they pass a fascinating row of letters spelling BEAULIEU.

    Start & Finish Point: The Turfcutters Arms, East Boldre

    Approx Distance: 3

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  • Thousands of dogs at inaugural Dogstival, Pylewell Park Lymington

    Thousands of dogs enjoyed the inaugural 'Dogstival' in the New Forest

    There were wagging tails and strutting paws aplenty at Pylewell Park for Lymington's first Dogstival

    Dogstival 2019 in the arena Thousands of dogs of all shapes and sizes enjoyed a great day out last weekend (18th and 19th May) at the very first Dogstival, with more than 10,000 dog owners and dog lovers giving the family-friendly festival at Pylewell a huge paws up too!

    We were there, and we "got" it! A Festival for and about dogs is a fabulously positive environment and the dogs seemed to sense it, there was very little doggy disagreement

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  • Financial abuse with Lester Aldridge for Lymington

    Do you know someone who is being financially abused?

    Lester Aldridge Solicitors Life Matters for Lymington.com readers - May 2019

    The financial abuse of older and vulnerable adults is a disturbing problem which can drain estates of assets and prevent beneficiaries under wills from receiving their inheritance.  It can happen and does, anywhere.  Lymington and the New Forest are not immune. lester aldridge financial abuse of older and vulnerable adults may19

    Financial abuse is disturbing, and a growing issue

    The latest in the Lester Aldridge Life Matters series, this article discusses how to spot or confirm when financial abuse might be happening and what to do if you are concerned.  Lester

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  • What's on in the New Forest over the May Half Term Holiday...

    What’s on in the New Forest over the May Half Term Holidays

    Things to do during the school holidays in the New Forest and surrounding areas 

    Girl on beach There are lots of exciting things to do in the New Forest, Lymington and surrounding areas during the school holidays. Here's our guide of what's on locally for visitors and locals. For those having to juggle work with school holidays, we have information about holiday childcare .

    To see what's on day by day, take a look at our Events Calendar  for the Lymington, New Milton and New Forest area. Remember, if you're organising a

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  • Dementia Action Week 2019 Mon 20–Sun 26 May in Lymington

    Dementia Action Week 2019 - what tangible actions will you take?

    Starts Monday 20 May nationally and in Lymington

    Initiated nationwide by the Alzheimer’s Society and supported locally in Lymington by Lymington Dementia Action Group

    Dementia Action Week is a national week of action to improve the lives of those with dementia   

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    There are 850,000 people in the UK who are affected by dementia - for which there is still no cure.  This does not just affect the elderly:  40,000 people in the UK under the age of 65 suffer from early onset dementia. It is believed that by 2051 the

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  • Shorefield Holidays recruiting across the business

    Shorefield Holidays are recruiting for lots of different jobs across the business

    Build your career with Shorefield Holidays and the recently launched Doctor Pollock Acadamy

    Careers Health and Fitness and Shorefield Holidays Shorefield Holidays is one of the leading holiday park operators in the New Forest, with its head office based at Shorefield Country Park just outside Milford-on-Sea. It has always been family owned and operated and the third generation of the family now works in the business.

    Shorefield Holidays, which runs eight holiday parks, employs 213 permanent staff and contributes more than £27m every year to the local economy.

    Simon Pollock, managing director of Shorefield Holidays, said:

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  • Holiday childcare in Lymington and the New Forest

    Looking for childcare in Lymington and the New Forest?

    School holidays are great - except when you have to work!

    Updated May 2019

    girl and boy at childcare Finding things for the children to do whilst you are working can be a real chore. In a bid to try and make things slightly easier for you, here is a summary of holiday children that is usually on offer in and around Lymington.

    Start planning your school holidays now - you will generally find that activity days get booked up well in advance.

    Do get in touch with us if you know of any other holiday childcare clubs

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  • New Forest Commoners Walk and Bell Inn Commoners Lunch

    Would you like to learn first hand about the life of the New Forest commoners?  

    Join TV star Tom Hordle and The Bell Inn for a very special experience 

    New Forest ponies walking past the Bell Inn setting the scene for the New Forest Commoners Walk Commoner and TV star Tom Hordle and The Bell Inn at Bramshaw have joined forces to create a unique new attraction: a New Forest walking and lunch experience for locals and visitors.  

    Walk with the commoners and learn about the New Forest, then lunch at The Bell 

    As part of its determination to support, serve and promote the traditions and the produce of the New Forest, The Bell Inn at

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  • Personal tax planning guidance for the 2019-20 tax year

    Personal tax planning guidance for the 2019-20 tax year

    It's a good time to review your tax affairs to ensure you're taking advantage of all available allowances

    office planning The new tax year started on 6 April and brings a number of important changes, making it a good time to review your tax affairs to make sure that you are taking advantage of all available reliefs and allowances. This guide from New Forest Tax Accountants provides some personal tax planning suggestions. Your particular circumstances must be considered as further opportunities might be available to you.

    Income Tax

    For 2019-2020, the personal allowance

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  • Dogstival promises a fantastic day out for dogs and dog lovers!

    Dogstival promises a fantastic day out for dogs and dog lovers!

    Whether you have two legs or four, the New Forest's 'Dog Festival' includes something for everyone

    Dogstival in the New Forest 18 and 19 May 2019 This weekend, Dogstival will be taking place in the grounds of the fabulous Pylewell Park near Lymington (home of the Curious Arts Festival for the past five years) and it promises a fabulous day (or weekend) out for dogs and dog lovers. And of course you don't need to be a dog owner to come along - nor do you need to bring your pooch, although there'll be plenty to woof about if you

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  • LYMINGTON.COM:
    NEWS, EVENTS AND LOCAL INFORMATION

    Lymington.com provides you with information about the town of Lymington and its surrounding area, including the New Forest National Park. Find here news, events, things to do and local information, including where to stay, where to eat and drink, as well as places to visit. The Lymington.com Directory provides a comprehensive guide to local businesses and organisations, with a search function enabling you find what you are seeking and a review function so that you can tell others what you think!

  • LYMINGTON:
    GEORGIAN MARKET TOWN AND FAMOUS YACHTING CENTRE

    Lymington is a pretty Georgian market town in the south of the New Forest. The town's sheltered position on the western bank of the beautiful Lymington river has made it an important settlement since the Iron Age. For many years Lymingtonians have made their living from the sea or the river - as boatbuilders, fishermen, sailors and in past centuries as salt workers and even smugglers! Today Lymington is an internationally famous yachting centre with a population of almost 17,500.

  • SAILING IN LYMINGTON:
    PERFECTLY LOCATED FOR THE BEST SAILING IN THE BRITISH ISLES

    It’s not surprising that Lymington is one of the “Best UK Coastal Towns in Which to Live”. Combined with accessible road and rail links north to London, west to Bournemouth and east to Southampton and beyond, as well as the car ferry service to Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, the town combines practicality with pleasure; the perfect work-life balance. There are many excellent schools and a wealth of local sports, clubs and leisure activities.

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