The scheduled date of 15th January for the visit to Warsash turned out to be cold and wet so the visit was postponed until later in the week.
Storm Angus the first named storm of the winter arrived on the evening before the Natural History Societies outdoor event in November.
The New Forest Walking Festival has made great strides in its fourth year, with 1,900 walkers learning about the New Forest during the two week event.
Denny Wood in the New Forest is well known as a camping and caravanning site and through most of the summer it is full of visitors trying to ‘get away from it all’.
There are numerous possibilities for walks from the car park at Blackwater Arboretum.
New Forest District Council prepares to stage its first ever food and drink festival week, 31 October to 6 November.
Crockford is a regular destination for the natural history society usually starting the walk from Norleywood car park.
The outdoor meeting for July was a circular walk to the north west of Breamore House which is situated near Fordingbridge.
The walk for June was changed from Wootton Bridge to Shatterford due to the poor weather and the consequent decision to arrange a shorter walk.
Enjoy views of the National Park’s unique landscapes, wandering ponies and picturesque villages on the New Forest Tour which returns for the summer this weekend (25 June).
The outdoor meeting in May was a walk centred on Pondhead Inclosure near Lyndhurst.
Eling Tide Mill uses the power of the tide to drive two flour mills for the purpose of grinding corn into flour.
Bolderwood is a popular part of the New Forest, especially on a Sunday, and the car park was already quite full before the visit.
The visit started from the Yacht Club car park in Lymington early on a Sunday morning in February.
All part of Beaulieu Holiday Fun for May Half-Term from May 28th to June 5th
A few days of proper wintry weather has turned the warmest December in years to little more than a distant memory.