Hampshire County Council’s Trading Standards Service is warning the public to be wary of cold callers at the door
Please be aware that thieves are now targeting bicycles that are attached to the back of vehicles parked in the New Forest, especially in the Forest’s campsites and car parks.
A multi-media exhibition featuring the results of recent ecological research presented together with photography, video, sound art and will be taking place at the New Forest Centre, Lyndhurst, from 8 April to 9 July 2017.
Fawley & District Voluntary Care Group has provided services for the people of Fawley Parish and surrounding villages for almost 35 years.
Hythe Police would like to warn all local residents of a recent telephone scam involving persons purporting to be from HMRC (Her Majesties Revenue and Customs).
Her Majesty The Queen celebrates her 90th birthday this year, New Forest District Council, the Forestry Commission and New Forest National Park Authority are calling for volunteers
Get out and active in the New Forest this year by joining guided walks and cycles led by local experts.
Many of you will be aware of an incident where a pony died of natural causes in Four Marks last week.
Drivers should be aware of some restrictions to car parking facilities when the council carries out resurfacing work to car parks in Lymington, New Milton and Totton during October.
The VPC is a uniformed youth organisation designed to provide a safe environment in which young people of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight can learn as individuals; develop positive relationships with the police
Hampshire County Council Trading Standards Service would like to raise awareness of a letter scam currently being received by several Hampshire residents.
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Stopping smoking is the lifestyle change that has the greatest single impact on individual and family health.
Please be aware of a recent incident of distraction theft in Tescos Sizer Way.
A scam email is currently being sent to victims fraudulently claiming to be from the Royal Mail. Attached to the email is the CryptoLocker virus.
Don’t invite thieves in when you go away on holiday – make sure your home is left secure.