Locals are outraged over the decision to raise and send pigs to slaughter at Priestlands School in Lymington but one mother believes they must stick to their sausage-making tradition. Andrea Godfrey argued that many year 11 students were studying the four female pigs for their GCSE case studies and will no longer be able to […]
Tesco Metro Lymington is now taking part in the Community Food Connection Scheme that helps support local charities.
The Lymington Shores development is a massive project, however should the site have been used to lift the need for affordable housing in the area.
Disabled drivers might have to pay to use council-owned car parks in the New Forest, it has been revealed. Controversial plans to get rid of the free parking used by thousands of Blue Badge holders are set to get the go ahead. Strong criticism has been directed at this proposed scheme from local residents, and […]
By Will Richards Lymington’s Ben Ainslie has been knighted by The Princess Royal at Buckingham Palace earlier today. The 36 year-old won gold in the Finn class of the Olympic Sailing, held in Weymouth, in summer last year. He is the most successful Olympic sailor in the world, with four golds and a silver in […]
Plans to bolster a shrinking wildlife haven in Lymington are unlawful and will not work, the town’s River Association has claimed…