Visitor information news

New concierge service for Lyndhurst to help visitors plan their days out

New forest travel concierge Dan and Diana

Published on Friday 20 January 2017

Visitors will have help to plan their days out in the New Forest thanks to a ‘concierge service’ provided by the New Forest National Park Authority.

New centre welcomes cyclists to the New Forest


Published on Friday 9 September 2016

One of the busiest cycle hire centres in rural England has opened new premises to offer visitors to the New Forest the best possible experience when hiring a bike.

Warm welcome for cyclists and walkers in the New Forest


Published on Thursday 26 May 2016

With its 140 miles of tracks where you can enjoy easy walking and cycling and see thousands of free-roaming ponies, donkeys and cattle, the New Forest has always been a great place to explore.

New Forest Centre Wins National Hidden Gem Visitor Award

New Forest Centre, Lyndhurst

Published on Wednesday 2 March 2016

The New Forest Centre, Lyndhurst, has been awarded a top quality experience accolade by VisitEngland.

Dog walkers' views wanted

Dog walker on marshland

Published on Tuesday 23 February 2016

People who walk dogs on the Solent coast are being asked to share their likes and dislikes about dog walking in a new online survey.

New coastal rangers to protect birds on the Solent

Helping to protect birds

Published on Tuesday 19 January 2016

A team of coastal rangers has started work on the Solent coast to help protect the thousands of birds that spend the winter along our shores.

Ice cream parlour gives tourists the inside scoop

local information point

Published on Monday 15 June 2015

Visitors to Brockenhurst can now get tourist information while enjoying a delicious ice cream at Melt ice cream parlour.

Could your Brockenhurst business become a Local Information Point?

Sway deli and coffee shop local information point

Published on Friday 13 March 2015

Businesses in Brockenhurst are being invited to become a focal point of information for visitors and local people.

New Forest at risk from sky lanterns

chinese sky lanterns piece

Published on Tuesday 30 September 2014

Organisations across the New Forest have joined National Parks England in calling for the release of Chinese sky lanterns to be banned due to the significant risk they pose to wildlife and habitats.

Even wildlife has trouble on the property ladder

Published on Thursday 2 May 2013

Choosing your new home to raise a family is always a big decision, and it seems it was no different for a pair of goshawks in the New Forest.

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