With COVID-19 restrictions beginning to ease in the coming weeks, Hampshire County Council is urging people to follow the rules and respect the countryside as sites get busier over the Easter holidays
Hampshire residents who are at increased risk of coronavirus are being urged to take extra precautions when shielding advice ends next week
From getting creative with beeswax to breaking free from a virtual escape room, Hampshire County Council has plenty of fun ideas to help everyone enjoy this half-term at home
Beaulieu has been hosting motoring events in the parkland surrounding the National Motor Museum since 1952 when it held the first veteran car rally.
A Hampshire charity is taking its popular annual fete online for fundraising and fun during the coronavirus lockdown, in what is thought to be a first for the New Forest.
The New Forest Heritage Centre in Lyndhurst is now host to its first marine painting exhibition
Walking for Health is a low cost and cost-effective way
Lord Montagu has rekindled Beaulieu's ancient association with the art of falconry by appointing the first official falconer in three centuries.
The outdoor meeting for November was arranged over a year ago as a walk along the cliffs at Highcliffe on the south coast.
The visit to Farlington Marshes near Portsmouth occurred on a warm still day in October which made for a very pleasant walk.
The reserve between Keyhaven and Lymington is managed by the ‘Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust ‘on behalf of the local authority and consists of marshes, coarse grazing and shallow lagoons trapped behind a sea wall built in the 1990’s.
Magdalen Down is a Butterfly Conservation Reserve near Winchester.
Members of the natural history society who went to Badbury Rings on a warm July Sunday had the pleasure of walking through Squinancywort, Fairy Flax and Eyebright.
Visitors to Beaulieu are invited to watch an exciting precision driving demonstration and see Top Gear
New Forest Wildlife Park is enjoying one of its best ever years for births – and visitors can enjoy the cute side of conservation as the latest arrivals venture out in the summer sun.
Roadside verges and landscaping make up a significant proportion of our countryside that allows wildlife to flourish.