What's on  in Lymington and the New Forest area - Theatre, Cinema, Concert, Events and Exhibitions Email a local event (free)
October 2014
Winter Talks 2014 - October
Lymington Town Sailing Club, Bath Road SO41 3SE web
Talks begin at 7.45pm. £1.50, open to non-members.
22nd October - OUT OF THE ARK by Adrian Nance
Whilst we wait for the new Aircraft Carriers to arrive, Adrian allows us to enter into the life of an aircraft carrier and question how they live and operate in one of the most interesting and dangerous aviation environments in the world – naval aviation.
29th October - OLD SOUTHAMPTON by Jill & Tom Daniels
The talk on Old Southampton is looking at the medieval town, its development, its people, the life style and how Southampton became a very rich town during the 13th,14th15th and 16th centuries. The talk includes slides of many of the still existing buildings found in the town.
Tibetan Monks web
Forest Arts Centre, Old Milton Rd, New Milton
23 Oct, Show 7.30pm - 9.30pm. Tickets £12
Come to Forest Arts and witness a beautiful masked dance and sacred chant from a Tibetan Monastery. 'A psychedelic whirl of chanting, dancing, drums, cymbals and processions,' The Times, 'A window of time onto a magical universe of reincarnation and release' The Independent.
Beaulieu Road Pony Sales 2014 web
Across the road from Beaulieu Road railway station map
All sales commence at 10.30am
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.
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. 
New Forest Activities: Halloween Events
Halloween Canoeing - Wed 29 & Fri 31 October, 6.30 to 8pm
Join New Forest Activities on a haunted adventure on the Beaulieu River. Come dressed in your worse as you paddle at dusk along the river in Canadian canoes, hearing ghost stories from Beaulieu legend. Once you reach your destination you’ll take a guided walk back to your start point through the spooky woods.   Adult £22 | Child £17 | Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) £68
Infected Battles - Tue 28 and Thur 29 October, 1pm to 3pm
Battlefield LIVE takes a spooky turn this half term with the return of Infected Vs survivor battles. With the Urban Battlefield site closing in November this is your last chance to survive in the deserted buildings of this old RAF base. £25 Adult | £20 Child (8-16)
St. Barbe Museum's Half Term events
St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery, Lymington web
The Big Draw
Thursday 30 October, 10am-4pm

Come and see what night time creatures are lurking in the museum and create your own using print- making techniques inspired by our Nocturnal Encounters exhibition. Drop-in, normal admission applies.
Children’s Puppetry Workshop: Woodland Shadows
Friday 31 October, 10.30am-1pm

Explore the wonder of Shadow Puppetry and get the chance to make your very own Woodland Puppets! Suitable for 8+ years. £15.00 per child. Advanced booking is required, please call the museum on: 01590 676969
Primitive Bow Making Course with Jamie Corrie
Countryside Education Trust web
At the Treehouse Study Centre, Beaulieu
31 October to 3 November 2014, 9.30 am – 5.30 pm daily (camping will be available).
The aim is for everyone to make a primitive flat bow from a single piece of wood and shoot it with their hand crafted arrows. During the course you will have the chance to shoot on our field archery range where full tuition will be given from qualified instructors. Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment. Cost: £300 for 4 days (includes all materials, food and camping)
November 2014
Winter Talks 2014 - November
Lymington Town Sailing Club, Bath Road SO41 3SE web
Talks begin at 7.45pm. £1.50, open to non-members.
5th November - THE SOMME by Trevor Fulton
This talk is about William McFadzean, (Trevor's cousin's uncle) who won a VC at the Battle of the Somme on 1st July 1916. It is easy to think of medal winning events in isolation, but Trevor sets this one in the context of William's life and its aftermath.
12th November - AB PORTS AT SOUTHAMPTON by Capt. Martin Phipps
The talk will be about the Port of Southampton , the work of the Port Authority and useful information for leisure users.
19th November - SHIPWRECKS OF THE SOLENT by Michael Pitts
Details to follow.
26th November - MARINE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION by Captain Andrew Moll
Captain Andrew Moll, the Deputy Chief Inspector at the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB), will talk about the MAIB and outline its role in helping to improve safety in the small craft and leisure sectors. While Andrew’s background was in the Royal Navy, he is also an RYA Yacht Master and Powerboat Trainer. He is a member of the National Water Safety Forum’s Sea Advisory Group, and a member of the Casualty Review Panel that considers the effectiveness of lifejackets and buoyancy aids in helping save life at sea.
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.
Winter Bazaar - Pilley
Boldre Memorial Hall, Pilley
Saturday, 8 November 2014, 11am to 4pm
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.
Music in Romsey web
Romsey Abbey, Romsey SO51 8EP
Saturday 8 November, 7.30pm
Conductor: Jamie W Hall
Paul Van Gulick: Horses: A Gift to Mankind
A commission to commemorate the Romsey Remount Depot and the centenary of World War I. Tickets: Reserved £18, £15, Unreserved £12 – Concessions

Sequins on My Balcony
Sunday 9th November | Doors open at 5pm, show starts at 7pm | £12.50
Forest Room at Hoburne, Bashley, Sway Road, New Milton BH25 5QR
An evening of dance, drama, song and comedy in support of The Haven in Wessex and Just Because. Bar and food available. For more information and to book tickets call Jan on 07977 909564 or email janbelly@hotmail.com

Lymington Film Society web
Fuller McLellan Hall, New St, Lymington
Sunday 09 November 2014, 7.30pm
Metro Manila (UK/Philippines) 2013. 1hr 55mins.
An impoverished family move to seek their luck in the bustling, overwhelming and crime-riddled metropolis of Manila. This sensitive, emotionally gripping, crime drama with powerful narrative and arresting cinematography was the winner of the Sundance Audience Award for world cinema 2013.
Tagalog (subtitled) Colour Cert 15
Non-members welcome, £5 at the door.
Theatre - Flare Path Lymington Players web
Lymington Community Centre
11 to 15 November 2014
Based on Terence Rattigan’s first-hand experience as a tail gunner in RAF Coastal Command during World War II. It is a fine example of his well-crafted storytelling and use of uniquely British understatement to express powerful emotion. Tickets will be on sale from Monday 20 October.
Exhibition Lives Less Ordinary
St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery, Lymington web
15 November 2014 until 10 January 2015
The new exhibition celebrates the lives of nearly 30 local residents who made a mark both close to home and nationally. The exhibition provides a chance to discover more about this eclectic mix of people whose exploits and influence and vision brought them to prominence or notoriety on the New Forest coast and beyond. These range from GO Smith (1872-1943), the David Beckham of his day, captain of the England Football team and every schoolboy's idol to religious cult leader Mary Ann Girling (1827-1886), founder of a sect called The People of God, also known as the New Forest Shakers. Other people of note featured in the exhibition include: occult novelist Dennis Wheatley (1897-1977); Arthur Philip (1738-1814), who originally founded the colony of New South Wales, and was the beginning of what would eventually become the nation of Australia; local hero Sir Harry Burrard-Neale (1755-1813, a British officer in the Royal Navy and MP for Lymington; John Howlett (1863-1974), who helped shape modern Lymington; Andrew Peterson (1813-1906) the eccentric builder of Sway Tower, a 66m high Grade II listed folly in the heart of the New Forest; and Charles William Retford (1875-1970), the best violin bow craftsman of his time. The lives of contemporary figures will also be showcased such as Sammy Miller, championship winning motorcycle racer, in both road racing and trials, and Sir Ben Ainslie; the most successful sailor in Olympic history he has won medals at five consecutive Olympic Games including gold at the last four.
Autumn/Winter Bird Watching Walks with Graham Giddens
Countryside Education Trust web
Guided walks giving you the unique opportunity to birdwatch on quiet areas of private land in the company of professional, knowledgeable guide, Graham Giddens. Each walk will be approx. 3 miles (5km), sometimes on uneven terrain. Cost: £12 per walk per person. Numbers are limited on each walk so book early. Full details will be sent upon booking.
Sunday 16th November: Normandy Marsh at 9am-11am
We should see: Wildfowl, waders, peregrine and skylark.
Sunday 14th December: Needs Ore Reserve (with hides) at 9am-11am
We should see: Raptors, wildfowl, waders and a good range of smaller birds.
Winchester Christmas Market web
Winchester Cathedral’s historic Inner Close
Thu 20 Nov to Sun 21 Dec
Our Christmas Market is inspired by traditional German Christmas markets and attracts more than 350,000 visitors each year. The pretty wooden chalets are situated in the Cathedral’s historic Close surrounding an open-air real ice rink. All our exhibitors have been hand-picked for their interesting, high quality and unique products many of which can’t be bought on the high street.

Winchester open-air ice rink web
Winchester Cathedral’s historic Inner Close
20 November 2014 to 4 January 2015
Our open-air real ice rink can be enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities. We have a team of trained ice stewards who ensure that our rink is safe and well maintained. Ice skating sessions last for 1 hour – this includes time to fit your skates so expect to have approximately 50 minutes on the ice. Free skate hire is included in the ticket price.

Christmas lights in Lyndhurst
Thursday 27 November at 7pm
Late night shopping and the switching on of Lyndhurst's Christmas lights by Simon Clarke of, Wave 105

Royal Marines Christmas Spectacular web
Pavilion Theatre, Westover Road, Bournemouth BH1 2BU
27 Nov 2014
During this popular festive event, the Band will perform Christmas music, military marches, big band hits and popular showstoppers to name but a few. In addition, their world-renowned Corps of Drums will demonstrate the precision, accuracy and musical skills, for which they are famous across the globe.
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.
Lymington Christmas Lights 2014
Friday, 28 November 2014
We are arranging a celebration on the evening of Friday 28th November 2014 when the High Street will be closed to welcome the arrival of Santa, and to turn the lights on at the tree at approximately 6pm. The town’s shops are invited to remain open for late night shopping. Various stalls will be present.  Shops are invited to remain open for late night shopping. Various stalls will be present. This year we will be adding 30 Christmas Trees over hanging into the high street, which should be a fantastic sight to behold for all. Pennington will also be involved this year and a Christmas tree will be installed for the festive season and also Pennington will also have their own special festive event this year with more lights and activities.  The Lymington & Pennington Town Council has also donated money towards the Quay Side and we hope that all businesses will be part of the festive spirit for this year and many more visitors will visit some of these fantastic shops that Lymington & Pennington has to offer. Colm McCarthy, Economic Development Manager
Gardens Ice Rink web
Bournemouth Lower Gardens
29 November 2014 to 4 January 2015
Glide across the ice on the South Coast’s most beautiful Christmas ice rink. Set within the amazing Gardens of Light and bigger and better than last year. The Bournemouth Gardens rink is coming back for its third year in 2014, and offers the perfect place to get into the Christmas spirit. For the first time the rink will feature a beautiful ice cafe where you can sip a hot chocolate while watching the action on the ice. We’re also building in the famous Hippodrome or Disco light pod to provide the on-ice music!
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December 2014
Winter Talks 2014 - December
Lymington Town Sailing Club, Bath Road SO41 3SE web
Talks begin at 7.45pm. £1.50, open to non-members.
3rd December - THE FALKLAND ISLANDS by Gordon Small
Share the delights of twelve days in wildlife heaven. Magellanic, Gentoo, Rockhopper and King Penguins, Giant Petrel, Upland Geese, Cara Cara (known locally as Johnny Rook - leave anything lying around and they will try to drag it away - even your bins or camera), King Cormorant, Black-browed Albatross, etc. Moulting Elephant Seals close enough to touch and South American Sea Lions, if you were feeling brave. The list in this remote area goes on. To sit and wait for the wildlife to walk up to you is a new totally differing experience, one not to be missed.
10th December - TOMMY ATKINS by Michael Forrest
Tommy Atkins’ – The generic term for the British common soldier was already in use during the Nineteenth Century, but is particularly associated with World War One. This talk looks at the life of the ‘Tommy Atkins’ during the Great War through photographs and music (and even a little poetry!)
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain
Southampton Guildhall web parking
Friday 12 December 2014, 8pm
Using instruments small and large, in high and low registers, whether playing intricate melodies, simple tunes, or complex chords, and sitting in chamber group format dressed in formal evening wear, the Orchestra uses the limitations of the instrument to create a musical freedom as it reveals unsuspected musical insights. Both the beauty and vacuity of popular and highbrow music are highlighted, the pompous and the trivial, the moving and the amusing.
Cinderella web
The Mayflower Theatre, Empire Lane, Southampton
13 December 2014 to 4 January 2015
We’re delighted that comedian, television presenter and musical theatre star Brian Conley will return to our stage as Buttons, joined by fashion expert, award-winning television presenter, author and all-round national treasure Gok Wan as The Fairy Gokmother. Enchanted pumpkins, sparkling glass slippers, a pair of Ugly Sisters and a handsome Prince can mean only one thing, the magical pantomime Cinderella is coming to Mayflower Theatre!

Christmas in Lyndhurst
Saturday, 13 December from 10am
Christmas Fun Day: including, Santa, market stalls and carol singing.

Bournemouth Bach Choir web
Christchurch Priory Church
Saturday, 13 December, 2014, 7.30pm
Messiah - Handel
Lymington Film Society web
Fuller McLellan Hall, New St, Lymington
Sunday, 14 December 2014, 7.30pm
The Lunchbox (India) 2013. 1hr 44mins.
A mistaken delivery leads to a touching correspondence and unexpected friendship in this charming film. “Ritesh Batra’s Mumbai-set romance arranges a tender marriage of Brief Encounter with Ernst Lubitsch’s The Shop around the Corner” (Xan Brooks, The Guardian).
Hindi (subtitled) Colour Cert PG
Non-members welcome, £5 at the door.
Autumn/Winter Bird Watching Walks with Graham Giddens
Countryside Education Trust web
Guided walks giving you the unique opportunity to birdwatch on quiet areas of private land in the company of professional, knowledgeable guide, Graham Giddens. Each walk will be approx. 3 miles (5km), sometimes on uneven terrain. Cost: £12 per walk per person. Numbers are limited on each walk so book early. Full details will be sent upon booking.
Sunday 14th December: Needs Ore Reserve (with hides) at 9am-11am
We should see: Raptors, wildfowl, waders and a good range of smaller birds.
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.
Lymington Film Society web
Fuller McLellan Hall, New St, Lymington
Sunday, 11 January 2015, 7.30pm
Blancanieves (Spain) 2012. 1hr 44mins.
A fascinating silent-movie take on the fairy tale of Snow White set in 1920s Seville, has her recast as a bullfighter in this flamboyantly Spanish film. Much like The Artist, it is a loving tribute to the silent film era. Elegant, ingenious and moving, “it is extremely pleasurable to watch, and shows every sign of having been extremely pleasurable to make” (Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian)
Silent. Monochrome. Cert 12A
Non-members welcome, £5 at the door.
The Sound of Music web
The Mayflower Theatre, Empire Lane, Southampton
21 - 31 January 2015
Based on Baroness Maria von Trapp’s 1949 autobiography, this wonderfully lavish production tells the story of the Von Trapp family’s flight across the mountains and works its magic for young and old alike. The unforgettable score features some of the most memorable songs ever performed on the musical stage, including Edelweiss, My Favorite Things, Do-Re-Mi, Climb Ev’ry Mountain, and of course, the title song The Sound of Music.


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
Lymington Film Society web
Fuller McLellan Hall, New St, Lymington
Sunday, 08 February 2015, 7.30pm
The Past (France) 2013. 2hrs 10 mins
Following a four year separation, Ahmad returns to Paris from Tehran to finalise the divorce from his estranged French wife, Marie. Bérénice Bejo (The Artist) stars in this finely crafted and acutely observed family drama produced by Farhadi (A Separation), for which she received the 2013 Cannes Film Festival Best Actress Award.
French/Farsi (subtitled) Colour Cert 12A. Non-members welcome, £5 at the door.
Theatre - Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward, Lymington Players web
Lymington Community Centre
10 to 14 February 2015
Charles Condomine needs material for a new book relating to psychic matters. He invites two friends to dinner and a séance, with medium Madame Arcati. Nothing much seems to happen, then later, Elvira, Charles’ first ‘dead’ wife appears – but only he it seems can communicate with her. This causes great difficulty and hilarity to Charles, as Ruth his present wife thinks he is speaking to her, when he is actually talking to Elvira. The whole situation becomes very complicated and very funny but, typical of Coward, there is a twist in the tail!
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
Lymington Film Society web
Fuller McLellan Hall, New St, Lymington
Sunday, 08 March 2015, 7.30pm
A Hijacking (Denmark) 2012. 1hr 43mins.
Lindholm (The Hunt) has created a tense drama with this skillful rendering of the complex chess game of hostage negotiation in the Indian Ocean. A past master in high stakes drama, having scripted numerous episodes of the TV series Borgen, his scrupulous attention to the nuts and bolts of the situation provides gripping viewing.
Danish (subtitled) Colour Cert 15
Non-members welcome, £5 at the door.
Cirque Eloize - Cirkopolis web
The Mayflower Theatre, Empire Lane, Southampton
11 - 14 March 2015
Set in the heart of a stern and imposing factory-city, giant gears and dark portals symbolize a mechanism that crushes individuality. Twelve acrobats and performers rebel against the monotony, reinvent themselves and challenge the limits of the factory-city.


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.
April 2015
Lymington Film Society web
Fuller McLellan Hall, New St, Lymington
Sunday, 12 April 2015, 8pm
Come as You Are (Belgium) 2011. 1hr 55mins.
Under the guise of a wine tour, three twenty year olds set out on a road trip to Spain, in search of independence and their first sexual experience. Nothing will stop them - not even their handicaps. “Warmly humorous, thoroughly uplifting, this tale of triumph of human spirit over disability is a true treat, making it a worthy companion to Untouchable” (Dave Aldridge, Radio Times). Won Peoples Choice Best European Film at the EFA 2012.
Flemish (subtitled) Colour Cert 15
Non-members welcome, £5 at the door.
Theatre - The House by the Lake Lymington Players web
Lymington Community Centre
27 April to 2 May 2015
May 2015
Lymington Film Society web
Fuller McLellan Hall, New St, Lymington
Sunday, 10 May 2015, 8pm
The Hedgehog (France) 2011. 1hr 40mins.
Inspired by the book “The Elegance of the Hedgehog” (Muriel Barbery), this touching film has us looking through the eyes of the lonely precocious 11 year old Paloma. Whilst making a documentary of the hypocritical world of the privileged haut-bourgeoisie in the smart Parisian apartment block where she lives, she befriends the concierge, who has an equally sour outlook on life. As friendship grows, they discover that change is always possible, and it’s never too late to embrace love or life.
French (subtitled) Colour Cert 12
Non-members welcome, £5 at the door.
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

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

Lyndhurst Recreation Directory

East Boldre
Community Website

Minstead Study Centre
Minstead Village Community Website

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

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

Burley Events

Exbury Gardens Events

Lepe Country Park Events

Highcliffe Castle Events

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

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

Broadlands events
Romsey Abbey concerts

Moors Valley Country Park events

Wimborne Market largest undercover in the south

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

Guide to South-Central Region

Earls Court and Olympia

Royal Albert Hall
Southbank Centre
The O2
London Theatres

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 - 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

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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