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Forthcoming New Forest Events
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Historic Yaldhurst - Lymington
Historic Yaldhurst, fully illustrated talk by Geraldine Beech and Pauline Shirley. Entry £5 from Church/at the door include light refreshments
Location: St Mark's Church Pennington
The Final Organ Recital Before Renovation - Other
By three Cathedral Organists. Your last opportunity to hear the Father Willis organ in recital before renovation starts. Reception to follow recital. Details of how to submit requests will be published on the Cathedral website.
Haberdashery Sale - Totton
Come along to Tools for Self Reliance's next haberdashery sale on Saturday 20 October 2018, 10am – 12 noon at Tools for Self Reliance workshops, Ringwood Road, Netley Marsh SO40 7GY. We are selling haberdashery items which are unsuitable to be sent to support our vocational training projects in Africa. Items include; used sewing machines, clothing patterns, fabric, and many other haberdashery items. All funds raised will help us to support our work delivering vocational training projects and tools in the five African countries we work in. Items priced as little as 50p, with free entry and free on site parking, why not come along and grab yourself a bargain!
It's Frightfully Fun at the Farm at Autumn Half-Term - Lyndhurst
Come along to Longdown Activity Farm for some frightfully fun activities on the run up to Hallowe’en; there’ll be lots of spooky stuff to see and do. Enter the Haunted Barn at your peril from Monday 22nd October through to Sunday 28th October and have a go at carving your own pumpkin into a grimacing ghoul*. In addition, on Saturday 27th October and Sunday 28th October create a monster masterpiece with our other blood-curdling crafts. Any children that arrive in spooky fancy dress on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th October (only) will be given entry at the reduced cost of £5.00 each (cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer). On Sunday 28th October (only) meet lots of creepy creatures like giant millipedes, snakes and lizards, and hold a barn owl! The usual schedule of farm activities will take place throughout each day. Longdown Activity Farm and the Farm Shop will be open daily, as usual, for the whole of half- term. *extra charge
What Women Did - Forgotten Voices Of The Great War - Lyndhurst
'What The Women Did - Forgotten Voices of The Great War' Lyndhurst Drama and Musical Society is commemorating the role of Women during World War 1 through Drama, Music and Poetry. In August 1914 the Suffragettes suspended all political activity and joined the war effort. As men left the country to fight in the trenches, women stepped in and took over their jobs. On the home front women defended and kept the country going for 4 years, coming together in strength, community, patriotism and passion. Joining the war service millions of Women worked in munitions factories, joined the Voluntary Aid Detachment and boosted morale by entertaining troops overseas. Women took to their pen writing powerfully evocative material about their lost generation. Show dates are 25/26/27 October at 7.45pm. Tickets are on sale at the Lyndhurst Community Centre from 24 September and cost £8 for 25 October and £9 for 26 & 27 October. Telephone enquiries to 023 8028 2729.
Thursday £8.00, Friday & Saturday £9.00
7.45 pm - 9.45 pm
Location: The Vernon Theatre, Sandy Lane, Lyndhurst, SO43 7DN
Mrs Hilary Causey
Tool Sale - Totton
Come along to Tools for Self Reliance's next tool sale on Saturday 27 October 2018, 10am – 12 noon at Tools for Self Reliance workshops, Ringwood Road, Netley Marsh SO40 7GY. We are selling tools and items which are unsuitable to be sent to support our vocational training projects in Africa. All funds raised will help us to support our work delivering vocational training projects and tools in the five African countries we work in. Items priced as little as £1, with free entry and free on site parking, why not come along and grab yourself a bargain!
Fireworks Spectacular - Beaulieu
Be wowed by the explosive and dynamic fireworks display, set to a "Back to the 80’s" theme. Have fun on the Beaulieu Rides & Drives and Old-Time Fairground, all at good value extra charges. Hot food and drinks are available both inside and out, as well as roast chestnuts and candyfloss. Everyone is invited to get in the spirit of the night in fancy dress!
Please see website
Admission with Fireworks tickets from 3:00pm
Location: Beaulieu, National Motor Museum. New Forest. SO42 7ZN
Beaulieu, National Motor Museum
Simply Smart - Beaulieu
Come to Beaulieu in your Smart Car on Sunday 11th November for ‘Simply Smart’ – a gathering of Smart Cars of all shapes and sizes. All models are welcome and visitors will have the choice to vote for their favourite in the People’s Choice Award – the winner will receive a Beaulieu trophy! Your Simply Smart ticket also includes entry to the Beaulieu attraction, including the National Motor Museum, Palace House, Beaulieu Abbey and World of Top Gear.