They've done it! This weekend the children of Salterns Sailing Club completed their Sail-a-thon, sailing non stop for 24 hours in aid of the BBC Children in Need appeal.
The total so far for this year's Sail-a-thon is almost £6,000 - can you help the children increase this amount? You can donate to Children in Need via the Salterns justgiving page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/salterns-sailing-club-cin
The challenge started promptly at 4.30pm on Friday 16 November with…
In this month's update from The Natural Health Hub, Sue Leach explains how important it is to find balance amongst the stresses of the festive season and how polarity therapy can provide clarity of mind and relaxation (with a Special Offer until 31 December!)
When all is said and done Christmas is just another day with tinsel on top. But for nearly everyone it has its moments… If, for you, the festive season is an emotional minefield, fraught…
This week the children of Salterns Sailing Club are fundraising for the BBC Children in Need Appeal - for the 20th consecutive year!
Salterns Sailing Club, based at Eight Acre Pond in Lymington, is a sailing club for children, run by children. Over the last 19 years, the children of Salterns have raised over £150,000 for Children in Need - not bad for a small children’s sailing club!
In 1998, the Junior Committee came up with
Here is your definitive guide to Christmas in Lymington, Pennington and surrounding areas in and around the New Forest. We have included here Christmas events, Christmas fairs and markets, carol services and crib services, last posting dates, how to get in touch with Father Christmas - and where to find him locally in the run up to Christmas... plus we'll add other useful information such as changes to refuse collections and where to recycle your tree.…
A Lymington-founded care home provider with five New Forest homes has seen off the challenge of companies from a range of sectors to win a coveted business award supported by blue-chip sponsors. Family-owned Colten Care won Company of the Year at the 2018 Solent Business Awards.
Judges said the award, sponsored by KPMG, was made for “strategic thinking, an outstanding financial track record, a dedication to excellence and a dynamic approach to quality and innovation”.
Founded in Lymington more than 30
Have you enjoyed the excesses of BBQs, holiday cuisine and summer vino a little too much in recent months? Does your body need a health MOT? Your car needs an MOT and oil change every now and again – it’s the same for our bodies.
Shape Up Fitness are launching a brilliant new programme. Sign up by 5th November for '30 Days to Healthy Living' which will help you to balance your eating and…
Whether you are small group wanting to share a big party atmosphere with other groups and offices, or looking for a private Christmas party - perhaps with something a little different , there are some wonderful venues, offers and options available to you in and around Lymington and the New Forest. And these are not just open to businesses - gather together a handful of your best friends for a great night out!
Find below the latest information on great…
For the next in our new "Life Matters" monthly series on those niggling legal matters, Paula Shea from Lester Aldridge gives us some very good reasons to get our affairs in order now.
As a Private Client solicitor I am privileged to be able to assist families at the most difficult times in their lives.
Failing health, terminal illness,…
In celebration of New Forest Food & Drink Week next week and also in anticipation of Great British Game Week which runs from 19th to 25th November, a fabulous recipe from Alistair Craig, head chef at the Cambium restaurant at Careys Manor Hotel in Brockenhurst.
Alistair creates exciting dishes using the natural beauty of the New Forest as his inspiration, focusing on simplicity, quality of ingredients and delicious…
Colten Care has welcomed two more Admiral Nurses to its team, including one at consultant level, under an expanding partnership with Dementia UK. The move follows the success of a first Admiral Nurse, Kay Gibson, in developing a group-wide dementia care strategy.
Kay’s ongoing input will be strengthened by new appointees Adam Smith and Tracy Logan with the trio working together to support residents, families and communities at…
The Drystones are a duo whose arrival on the UK folk scene is making waves. Combining traditional music’s timeless instrumental union of fiddle and guitar with technical mastery, a ‘brave experimental bent’ (David Kidman – FATEA), and a live sound that seems bigger than the sum of its parts, it’s no wonder they’ve been described as ‘indecently talented’ (Mike Harding) and earned themselves a nomination for the 2018 BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award.
Having formed in 2011 to play at their local folk festival in Priddy, Somerset, the last six years have seen them play prestigious festivals including Glastonbury and Sidmouth Folk Week, produce two albums, and somewhere along the line complete their music degrees…
In 2018 they are freshly graduated, with nothing to hold back their finely honed blend of the most thrilling aspects of the UK’s traditions. They are rolling out their acclaimed 2017 album along with their breath-taking performances at venues across the UK and are determined to leave smiles on faces as they go.
“To describe their instrumental style as spirited and animated would be akin to asserting that Bellowhead can be quite an energetic band”– Clive Pownceby, Living Tradition
“absolutely blown away by their energy” – Will Lang – Halsway Manor Centre for Folk Arts
“Do keep your eyes and ears open for these rising stars as they prepare to take the festivals by storm this summer” – Rebekah Foard, Bright Young Folk
“Fabulous, I haven’t seen anything like it in 45 years of folk!” – Dave James – Bromyard Folk Festival
Tickets £12 + 50p, £10 + 50p concs
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