What's on  in Lymington and the New Forest area - Theatre, Cinema, Concert, Events and Exhibitions Email a local event (free)
 
August 2014
Brownsea Open Air Theatre web map
Brownsea Island (in Poole Harbour)
Henry IV 23 July to 8 August 2014
One of the biggest theatrical projects in the south, the annual production is set on The National Trust's Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour, Dorset. These beautiful surroundings make for a wonderful show, and a fantastic evening of traditional Shakespeare.
Friday Family Fiesta - Bournemouth web
Bournemouth Seafront BH12 5AA
1, 8, 15 & 22 August 2014
Based around Bournemouth seafront and Lower Gardens - an event for everyone with entertainment from fireworks to live music.
Poole Town & Country Show web
Upton Country Park, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7BJ
Saturday 2 & Sunday 3 August, 2014, 10am to 5pm, £6
Set in the lovely grounds of Upton Country Park, this Family Country Show now in its 6th year with all day entertainment including birds of prey, working dogs with the Purbeck Gun Dogs, Equestrian Acrobatics, children's entertainment as well as arts, crafts, gifts and food marquees.
By-Gone Days map
2 & 3 August 2014
Brooklands Farm, South Gorley, nr Ringwood
Country Show with the accent on nostalgia. The farm was used by the RAF in WW2. Spitfire display, large book stall, bric-brac, rural crafts, stalls, gypsy caravans, vintage machines, tractors, military vehicles, steam engine, children's area. Saturday - various visiting aircraft, model aircraft displays, the Hyde Band. Charity Folk Concert Saturday evening 7pm to 11pm. Sunday - Demos, Wilton RBL Band, aircraft displays, model aircraft, thanksgiving service. tel: 01425 652499
 
Rotary Summer Spectacular and Car Show
Woodside Gardens, Lymington SO41 8AA
3 August, 10am to 5pm
Organised by the Rotary Club of Lymington
Colten Care Classic Car Show, Chinese Lion Dancers, Field Gun Display, Brass Bands, Dixieland band, Punch & Judy show, Birds of Prey display, Cara Dog Show, Baking competition, Children's Petting zoo, fun fair, ice creams, Hog Roast, various refreshments and other entertainment and a Monster car boot sale! Adults £5, under 16 free, free parking. Proceeds to recognised Rotary charities" For detailed information and in response to your earlier query re the car boot sale - no booking is required, pitches are £10, and on site and set up from 08.30am.
 
Waterside Art Group Annual Exhibition
Venue: Hythe and Dibden Community Centre, Hythe SO45 6DU
Monday, 4 August until Saturday 9 August, 10am to 4pm. Free entry.
Wide range of media and subjects. Majority of work for sale including cards of originals. Refreshments available.
Cowes Week web
2 to 9 August 2014
Cowes Week is the longest-running sailing regatta in the world having started in 1826. The event is held on the Solent, between southern England and the Isle of Wight.
 
Candlelight Nights 2014- Bournemouth web
Lower Gardens, Bournemouth BH1 2AQ
6, 13, and 20 August 2014
From dusk, see the Lower Gardens transformed into a magical candlelight kingdom. Be sure to come and see how Bournemouth's oldest tradition still thrills in 2014.
Ellingham & Ringwood Agricultural Show web
Somerley Park, Ellingham, Ringwood
9 August 2014
Handicrafts are on display including the traditional spinning and lace making techniques. Add to this the Plonkers Agricultural Band, the Verwood Brass Band, children's entertainment and over 100 trade stands where you can browse and buy home-made produce, locally made toys and much more. Then there is the Livestock area where, in addition to the animals on show, the children can literally get their hands on some of the farm animals, making this is a family day not to be missed.
 
Brockenhurst Music Society - 2014 Season web
St Saviour’s Church, Brockenhurst (Brockenhurst Music Society) - Tickets, £12 at the door or £10 in advance from Streets or Bestsellers of Brockenhurst, or Sway Deli in Sway.
Monday 11 August - Tom Dunnett Jazz Band
Monday 8 September - Jane Lindsay cello with Alison Rhind piano
The Great British Summer Time Family Festival
St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery in New Street, Lymington web
August 14 and 15 from 10.30am to 3.30pm
There will be traditional Punch & Judy shows (14th), family storytelling (15th), puppet-making, art and craft activities and exciting museum trails. Youngsters will also get the chance to dress up in Victorian Seaside Costumes and try a ‘Penny Lick’ Ice Cream. Usual museum admission charges apply plus £1 per child for workshops. Other activities are free. See the website  www.stbarbe-museum.org.uk for exact workshop and show times.
Temperance Seven  web
Abbey Church, Beaulieu
Saturday 16 August | 7pm | £15
A very popular, well known and widely acclaimed Jazz group. They came to Beaulieu in 2009 and we are delighted they are able to come back on 2014.
Freshfields Festival 2014 web
Fawcetts Field, Christchurch Road, New Milton BH25 6QB
Saturday 16 August (11am to 11pm) and Sunday 17 August (midday to 6pm)
We have the main ‘Bigger Boat’ stage, Stan’s Blues Jam stage, The All Mixed Up stage headlined by KENNY KEN at 19.00, The Ska stage, and the Acoustic stage ran by no other Si Genaro who was on The Voice 25/01/14 showing his skills off to Will I Am and the rest of the team. All stages will be bringing you the best artists from the South Coast.
Hampshire Open Studios 2014
Times and locations are published on their website
16 Aug to 25 Aug
For ten days hundreds of artists from all over Hampshire open their houses and studios to the public, displaying everything from paintings, sculptures, textile work, woodwork and photography.
Southampton Maritime Festival web
Southampton Ocean Cruise terminal Dock Gate 4 (the Titanic dock) SO14 3ZH
Friday 22 and Saturday 23 August 2014, 10.30am to 6pm
During this two-day event many historic ships and vessels will be making their way into dock to join the festival. These include the national historic fleet’s HMS Medusa, ST Challenge, SS Shieldhall and many more. You can learn about each vessel’s role in the world wars, see heritage divers and experience Southampton’s wider wartime history. On land you can also take in a large number of attractions and demonstrations over the course of two days. The quayside will be packed with exhibits including historic cars, classic steam vehicles and heritage trams, whilst Southampton’s Ocean Cruise Terminal will house indoor heritage displays, art exhibits, craft fairs and traders.
 
Heritages buses will once again provide a shuttle service to the docks from the city centre throughout the event. Over 12,000 visitors last year.
Somerley Beer & Music Festival web
Somerley House, Ringwood BH24 3PL
Saturday 23rd August 2014, 11am - 11pm
80+ Real ales and ciders
Wine tasting provided by Stevens Garnier
Live bands playing all day
Pimms and soft drinks
Free entry for under 16s
Bouncy Castle
BBQ, Hog Roast, Creps & Mexican
Amazing fresh produce supplied by local producers
 
 

August Bank Holiday Beer & Live Music (Fund raising for Oakhaven Hospice) Free entry
Waggon & Horses Pub, Undershore Road, Lymington SO41 5SB
Friday 22 August 5pm to late. Double Barrel. Drew Flanagan. Katie Waygood. Plus support acts.
Real ales & ciders. BBQ.
Saturday 23 August Mid-day to late. Bamboo Vipers. Mother Ukers. Charlie Woodford. Plus support acts. Real ales & ciders. BBQ. Charity strawberry stall & Jack In A Box ale in aid of Oakhaven Trust.
Sunday 24 August Mid-day to 8pm. Mike Relf Trio. Gavin Wyatt. Plus support acts. Real ales & ciders. Hog Roast.

Summer Craft and Garden Fair at Kingston Lacy web
Kingston Lacy House & Gardens, Wimborne Minster BH21 4EA
Sat 23 August, Sun 24 August, Bank Holiday Mon 25 August
10am to 6pm, £4.50, children free
Our long-established and hugely popular late summer event in Kingston Lacy Park returns this year with an amazing range of exhibitors offering a superb selection of crafts, artwork, plants and garden supplies. There really is something here for everyone! The show forms a delightful “village” of marquees and outside stalls with something unusual to admire at every turn. There are numerous demonstrations of craftspeople at work, hundreds of plants to choose from and free entertainment for children. Food and refreshments are available throughout the day.
 
Wheelchair accessible
Dogs on leads welcome
Free parking
Children's entertainment
Food and refreshments
 
Great Waterside Raft Race web
Hythe
Sun 24 August 2014
The Great Waterside Raft Race has been held for 26 years and is run to raise money for the RNLI. It is one of the few raft races that are held on the sea, which adds an element of excitement not found on river races. The course is set out between Hythe Marina and Hythe Pier and is always held between the 2 high tides unique to the Solent area.
Great Dorset Steam Fair web map
Tarrant Hinton, Dorset
27 to 31 August 2014
The Great Dorset Steam Fair is a typically British event offering a unique blend of nostalgia and entertainment. The special festival atmosphere whether as a day visitor or taking in the full five days by camping on site. There is no other event like it anywhere in the world which is why over 200,000 visitors attend each year both from the UK and from all over the World!
The New Forest Folk Festival web
Powells Farm, Salisbury Rd, Plaitford, Nr Romsey, SO51 6EE
28 to 31 August 2014
The campsite opens at midday on Thursday 28. Main stage music begins at midday on Friday 29 August. Come along and enjoy a New Forest traditional hog-roast barbecue with vegetarian options of course from 4pm onwards.
Bournemouth Air Festival web
28 to 31 August 2014
The Bournemouth Air Festival is the biggest free aviation event in the UK.
 
Charity Bath Race & Open Day web
Venue: Lymington Sailing Club, Bath Road, Lymington SO41 3SE
Sunday 31 August 2014, all Day, admission: £1.50
This summer event has a carnival atmosphere and contestants make a standard bath into a sea-worthy, racing craft to take part in the paddle driven heats on the water just behind the club pontoon. Adults and children alike in fancy dress or otherwise have a wonderful time competing for the much wanted Bath Trophy as well as a vast array of other prizes. People are attracted by the racing as well as the BBQ and other stalls.
Art Exhibition Prints of the Grosvenor School of Modern Art
St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery, Lymington web
26 July to 20 September
Founded in London in 1925, the Grosvenor School is today almost entirely remembered for a brief but intense period of inspirational print making during the 1920s and 1930s. Claude Flight taught his students a revolutionary new approach to the simple linocut that took the method to new artistic heights; the vibrant colours and dynamic designs proved an instant success. This exhibition features outstanding works by Claude Flight, Sybil Andrews, Cyril Power, Lill Tschudi, William Greengrass, Leonard Beaumont and Ethel Spowers. Influenced by Futurism and Art Deco, these linocuts capture the spirit of the period and reflect the confidence of a thoroughly modern world that was so prevalent at the time. The prints are now internationally renowned and highly sought after by collectors. The exhibition includes examples from the British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and posters from the London Transport Museum.

 
Cyril Power, The Tube Station, colour linocut on paper c1932
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September 2014
Bestival web
Robin Hill Country Park near Newport, Isle of Wight.
4 to 7 September 2014
Bestival is a four-day music festival held at the Robin Hill country park on the Isle of Wight. It has been held annually in late summer since 2004. Voted the best major UK festival in the UK festival awards 2010 and again in 2012, whilst picking up Fans Favorite Festival in 2011.
 
Swanage Folk Festival web
5 to 7 Sept 2014
Swanage comes alive with hundreds of Morris dancers in their bright costumes and jingling bells, and folk music lovers, every year for the weekend on the second Friday after the August Bank Holiday Monday. All sorts of crafts and trade stalls offer a variety of fair trade and ethnic goods for sale at our "Festival Village" on Sandpit Field above the sea front. The Folk Festival coincides with the Steam Railway Gala Weekend making it a very busy one all round.
International Autojumble web
6 & 7 September 2014
With well over 2,000 stands, this is the largest outdoor sale of motoring items this side of the Atlantic!
Brockenhurst Music Society - 2014 Season web
St Saviour’s Church, Brockenhurst (Brockenhurst Music Society) - Tickets, £12 at the door or £10 in advance from Streets or Bestsellers of Brockenhurst, or Sway Deli in Sway.
Monday 8 September - Jane Lindsay cello with Alison Rhind piano
Talk - Life as an Artist by Robert King
Organised by by the Friends of St. Barbe Museum
At the Lymington Community Centre
Friday 5 September, 7.30 pm - all welcome - non-members £3
Robert King, who is a Member of the Royal Society of Marine Artists and Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, lives in a former coastguard cottage overlooking the Solent and when not painting en plein air might be found painting the view from his bedroom window. His work has been exhibited from London to America. Robert will talk about his life as an artist and the approaches he brings to working in oil, watercolour and pastels across subjects ranging from landscapes and seascapes to figurative paintings.
 
Solent Music Festival web
At St Thomas Church and also the Stanwell House Hotel
A Royal Progress
Thursday 11 September 2014, 7.30pm, St Thomas Church, Lymington
Four centuries of choral and organ music for monarchs including Zadok the Priest and anthems composed for Kate and William.
Schubert’s Final Year
Friday 12 September 2014, 7.30pm, St Thomas Church, Lymington
The Endellion Quartet, cellist Damien Ventula and pianist Sam Haywood perform two of Schubert’s best-loved masterpieces completed in his final year, aged 31.
 
Songs of Innocence and Experience concert will also feature a commission by the eight-year old prodigy Alma Deutscher
Kai Hoffman Quartet
Friday 12 September 2014, 9.30pm, Stanwell House Hotel, Lymington
Ronnie Scott’s resident jazz singer Kai Hoffman, with her own unique brand of jazz & cabaret-style entertaining, is back by popular demand!
Painting to Music
Saturday 13 September, 1.15pm, St Thomas Church, Lymington
A special event for all the family with artist Ashley Davies and clarinettist Katherine Spencer who regularly present workshops at the Courthauld Institute in London.
Songs of Innocence and Experience
Saturday 13 September 2014, 7.30pm, St Thomas Church, Lymington
A glorious selection of early and late works by Beethoven and Brahms performed by the Endellion Quartet, clarinettist Katherine Spencer, pianist Sam Haywood and cellist Damien Ventula.
The concert will also feature a commission by the eight-year old prodigy Alma Deutscher.
Opus Zoo
Sunday 14 September, 4pm, St Thomas Church, Lymington
Former BBC New Generation Artists with appearances at the Proms, the Galliard Ensemble has become one of Britain’s leading chamber groups.
Romsey Agricultural and Horse Show web
Broadlands, Romsey SO51 98ZD
Saturday 13 September 2014
A real agricultural show and great day out with something for all the family - that’s The Romsey Show, which takes place at Broadlands on Saturday the 13th of September 2014. The show is one of the oldest in England, held annually since 1842. Showcasing the best of British farming, it is a vital part of the County’s social calendar as cattle and sheep from across the region compete for glory in the livestock classes. Hundreds of horses are entered in a huge number of equine events that range from show jumping and heavy horses to side saddle and best donkey.
Cosi Fan Tute Pop-up Opera  web
Abbey Church, Beaulieu
Saturday 13 September | 7pm | £15
Pop-up Opera is one of the popular opera groups performing in country houses and other venues, With a limited cast and accompanied by a piano, they perform the whole opera in costume and staged so far as circumstances allow. They are a highly successful group and have had some excellent reviews.
Southampton Boat Show web
12 to 21 September 2014
The Southampton Boat Show features one of the world’s largest purpose built marinas with over 2km of pontoons, which displays more than 350 boats over the course of the 10 days.
Beaulieu Road Pony Sales 2014 web
Across the road from Beaulieu Road railway station map
All sales commence at 10.30am
18 September
22 October
27 November

The Beaulieu Road Sales yard is used primarily by commoners (owners of the ponies on the New Forest) to sell their ponies by auction.
 
 
Lymington Book Fair
The Robert Hole Room in Lymington Community Centre
Saturday, 20 September from 10am to 3pm
Hundreds of interesting and collectable books for sale. Refreshments. Free entry.
Talk - Southampton Ordnance Survey by Geoff May
Lymington & District Historical Society web
At the Lymington Community Centre
26 September, 7.15pm
The evolution of the organisation from 1791 to the present day. Guests are welcome - £3.
Exhibition Nocturnal Encounters
St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery, Lymington web
27 September to 8 November
Exhibition of prints of the natural world by Colin See-Paynton. Entirely self-taught, Colin began to make wood engravings in 1980 and soon established himself as one of the world’s most revered printmakers. His work is based on the meticulous observation of the natural world, inventing complex compositions that link species and their habitats.
 
 
October 2014
Talk - The Essential Magic of Linoprints by Peter Ursem
Organised by by the Friends of St. Barbe Museum
At the Lymington Community Centre
Friday 3 October, 7.30 pm - all welcome - non-members £3
Peter Ursem, who graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague, has developed a striking approach to relief printmaking, celebrating the English landscape in particular in multi-layered reduction linoprints. Peter will explore the essential magic of relief printmaking techniques, looking at the character and movement of the Grosvenor School artists, as well as the intimate calmness of his own work.
 
Keep the Home Fires Burning by The 3 Sopranos
Highcliffe Castle, Rothesay Drive, Highcliffe BH23 4LEA web
Wednesday, 8 October 2014, 7.30pm
The 3 Sopranos return to the Castle for their third year with this new concert in celebration of music and memories. The Evening will be dazzling, delightful, breath-taking and fun. With Songs that inspired and enriched a nation. A Celebration of Music and Memories. Patriotic – Nostalgic. A heart warming trip down Memory Lane through a Golden Era of Song. Including: I’ll be Seeing You, White Cliffs of Dover, We’ll Meet Again. Join us in a Rousing Patriotic Celebration. There’ll Always Be An England, Rule Britannia, Land of Hope and Glory, Jerusalem.
La Serenissma  web
Abbey Church, Beaulieu
Saturday 11 October | 7pm | £12
La Serenissima was formed in 1994 by violinist Adrian Chandler for a performance of Vivaldi's La Sena festiggiante and has now firmly established itself as one of the leading exponents of the music of Antonio Vivaldi and his Italian contemporaries. The ensemble performs across the UK and internationally. They bring to Beaulieu Vivaldi's best loved work, The Four Seasons, as part of Vintage Music's inaugural weekend festival celebrating performance on period instruments in the stunning setting of Beaulieu Abbey and Palace House.
The Paperboys
Forest Arts Centre, Old Milton Rd, New Milton web
25 Oct 2014, Show starts at 8pm
For the past 15 years, The Paperboys have been selling out venues throughout the globe. Formed by Mexican born, Tom Landa in the mid 90s in Vancouver, Tom had a vision of forming a band that fused Folk, Celtic and Bluegrass music with Pop and Rock. After finding a group of musicians who shared common musical interests, they recorded their first CD and set to tour across Canada in a used van they bought for 500 bucks. What has happened since? Well, 7 albums, countless tours of North America and Europe, TV and Movie appearances, Movie Scores, Industry Accolades, rave reviews by Press & Media, and several Music awards including Canada's version of The Grammy's, The JUNO Award.
 
Wimborne Food Festival  web
25 October 2014 - 26 October 2014
One of Dorset's best food festivals, where independent food producers, brewers, winemakers and chefs are dedicated to nurturing, preserving and highlighting the very best in local food and drink. 
 
November 2014
Talk - The New Forest and 1914 by John Cockram
Organised by by the Friends of St. Barbe Museum
At the Lymington Community Centre
Friday 7th November, 7.30 pm - all welcome - non-members £3
John Cockram, who has researched and edited various New Forest War Memorial books, will talk about the preparedness of the Royal Navy and the Army for war and explore their fortunes in the first five months of the war including the involvement of local people.
   
Salisbury Cathedral Choir  web
Abbey Church, Beaulieu
Saturday 8 November | 7pm | £10
The men and boys of Salisbury Cathedral Choir, under their Director David Halls, pay their first visit to Beaulieu to give a concert. In addition to services in the Cathedral, the choir is involved in BBC broadcasts, concerts, CD recordings and the annual Southern Cathedrals Festival This will be an exciting visit by the full cathedral choir.
Talk - The New Forest at War in 1914 by John Cockram and team
Lymington & District Historical Society web
At the Lymington Community Centre
28 November, 7.15pm
How we prepared for war and progress in the last 5 months of 1914. Guests are welcome - £3.
 
December 2014
Christmas Craft Fair at Kingston Lacy web
Kingston Lacy House & Gardens, Wimborne Minster BH21 4EA
Sat 23 August, Sun 24 August, Bank Holiday Mon 25 August
10am to 5pm, £3.50, children free
Our great Christmas Craft Fair takes place at Kingston Lacy over the first weekend of December, to coincide with a special Christmas opening by the National Trust of the entrance and servants’ hall of Kingston Lacy House – a magical event to put the whole family into the Christmas spirit!
Over a hundred skilled craftworkers – jewellers, woodturners, glassblowers, weavers, toymakers, fine artists, potters, leatherworker and many, many more – offer their unique products in and around our heated marquees, which are located beside the main drive and car park next to the House.
 
Wheelchair accessible
Dogs on leads welcome
Free parking
Children's entertainment
Food and refreshments
 
Music for Chistmas with Highcliffe Junior Choir   web
Abbey Church, Beaulieu
Saturday 20 December | 7pm | £10
The award winning Highcliffe Junior Choir return to Beaulieu with a programme of Christmas music and readings. Mulled wine and a mince pie are included in th ticket price. This ia a popular concert and was a sell out in 2013 so book your ticket early.
 
January 2015
Talk - Streams, Ponds and Puddles by Peter Gilbert
Organised by by the Friends of St. Barbe Museum
At the Lymington Community Centre
Friday 9 January, 7.30 pm - all welcome - non-members £3
Peter Gilbert, well known and successful local artist, is passionate about the New Forest landscape. He will be talking about his work and the inspiration he found in the watery aspects of the Forest to create the January St. Barbe Gallery exhibition.
   
Talk - Hengistbury Head- from Saxons to Selfridge by Steve Roberts
Lymington & District Historical Society web
At the Lymington Community Centre
30 January, 7.15pm
The history and characters of Hengistbury Head and looking to the future. Guests are welcome - £3.
 
February 2015
Talk - Alfred the Great & the defence of Wessex in the
Viking Age
by Prof. Ryan Lavelle
Lymington & District Historical Society web
At the Lymington Community Centre
27 February, 7.15pm
Professor Lavelle from Winchester University outlines the sweeping saga of Alfred, the only English King to be called ‘The Great’. Guests are welcome - £3.
   
 
March 2015
Talk - Sir Harry Burrard-Neale – his life and his Monument by Jude James
Lymington & District Historical Society web
At the Lymington Community Centre
27 March, 7.15pm
The life and times of Sir Harry Burrard - Neale and why the Nation erected our local Monument in gratitude. Guests are welcome - £3.
   
 
 
   
Links to What's On in the local area
Lymington (car parks)
Cinema Cannon St
Community Centre Cannon St
Kids drama/dance/workshops Church Hall
Lymington Library What's On North Close
Lym. Acoustic Club Thomas Tripp (1st & 3rd Wed)
Malt Hall Theatre Cannon St
Markets and Car Boot Sales

Milford on Sea
Community Centre What's On
Milford on Sea calendar What's On

Brockenhurst
New Park Shows & Events
New Forest Polo Club New Park
Village Hall Cinema & What's On

Lyndhurst
Lyndhurst Recreation Directory

East Boldre
Community Website

Minstead
Minstead Study Centre
Minstead Village Community Website

New Milton
New Milton Events
Forest Arts Old Milton Road
New Milton Community Centre Osborne Road

Beaulieu
Beaulieu Events
Out of Town Centre Events
Music at Beaulieu Beaulieu Abbey Church
New Forest Activities High Street, Beaulieu

Burley
Burley Events

Exbury
Exbury Gardens Events

Lepe
Lepe Country Park Events

Highcliffe
Highcliffe Castle Events

Christchurch
Priory Church
Red House Museum What's On
Regents Centre 51 High Street

Bransgore
Avon Tyrrell Outdoor Activity Centre

Bournemouth (car parks)
ABC Cinema Westover Road
BIC & Pavilion Theatre Exeter & Westover Rds
Bournemouth Gig Guide
O2 Academy Boscombe
Odeon Cinema Westover Road
Pier Theatre Bournemouth Pier

Southampton (car parks)
Hanger Farm Arts Centre Totton
Harbour Lights Cinema Ocean Village
Mayflower Theatre Commercial Road
Museums Exhibitions at the museums
Nuffield Theatre University Road
Odeon Cinema West Quay Road
Southampton Guildhall Civic Centre
The Brook Portswood Road
Turner Sims Concert Hall Southampton Uni

Romsey
Broadlands events
Romsey Abbey concerts

Ringwood
Moors Valley Country Park events

Wimborne
Wimborne Market largest undercover in the south

South Hampshire
Listed Magazine What's on in the South
Morris and Traditional Dance South Hants

Other
Guide to South-Central Region

London
Barbican
Earls Court and Olympia

Royal Albert Hall
Southbank Centre
The O2
London Theatres

Outdoors
Countryside Education Events Beaulieu
Hampshire and IOW Wildlife Trust aa
Forestry Commission Guided Walks aa
Moors Valley Events Near Ringwood
National Park Events New Forest
Open Gardens UK National Directory
RSPB Events New Forest
Town Tours Lymington

Groups organising local activities
Lymington and Brockenhurst Lions Club

Links to other 'What's on' websites
Bournemouth.gov.uk
Bournemouth - official
Dorset Echo
INQ - for young people in the New Forest
Isle of Wight - What's On
New Forest Centre - What's On
New Forest Council - What's On
New Forest National Park - What's On
New Forest - official visitor site
New Forest Youth Website
New Park - What's On
Southampton.gov.uk
Visit-Christchurch
Visit-Hampshire
Visit-Southampton

Miscellaneous
Be in a BBC audience

Local websites
Barton on Sea barton.ukfossils.co.uk
Beaulieu council website
Brockenhurst brockenhurst-newforest.org.uk
Brockenhurst council website
Burley burleynewforest.co.uk
Christchurch visitchristchurch.info
Christchurch christchurchdorset.com
Christchurch council website
East Boldre eastboldre.talktalk.net
Fawley fawleyonline.org.uk
Highcliffe highcliffedorset.co.uk
Hythe hythe-hants.org.uk
Hythe & Dibden council website
Lyndhurst council website
Lymington & Pennington council website
Milford on Sea milfordonsea.com
Milford on Sea milfordonsea.org
Milford on Sea visitmilfordonsea.co.uk
Milford on Sea council website
New forest thenewforest.co.uk
New forest newforestexplorersguide.co.uk
New forest new-forest-national-park.com
New forest newforestnpa.gov.uk
New forest newforest.hampshire.org.uk
New forest newforestgateway.org
New forest council website
New Milton newmilton.org.uk
New Milton New Milton Town Partnership
New Milton newmiltontoday.com
New Milton council website
Ringwood ringwoodtown.co.uk
Ringwood council website
Sway swayvillage.co.uk
Sway council website