Fordingbridge Twinning Association had its monthly meeting last Thursday evening with the express purpose of generating its annual plan of events.
New Forest organisations are inviting people to join in with the New Forest Awakening Festival
Representatives from Fordingbridge Greener Living (FBG) and The Branch (New Life Community Church) have been invited to attend the Duchess of Cambridge’s carol service
A great afternoon was had by all who attended Fordingbridge Town Council’s annual Christmas Tea Event on Friday 3 December.
Thank you to Fordingbridge Greener Living members
Online shopping scams cost shoppers £15.4 million over the Christmas period last year.
Brr, it’s definitely feeling colder this morning and it looks like winter is drawing in this week – did you see Hampshire Highways’ gritters out salting yesterday evening?
Last Tuesday evening saw the amalgamating of both Fordingbridge Rotary and the Fordingbridge Twinning Association.
After nearly two years’ of apparent absence, the Two Bridges Care Group is back, with a vengeanc
Real-time monitoring and alerts for key routes and major works.
Last Sunday afternoon, members of Fordingbridge Twinning enjoyed their first social gathering for a long time
It is with great sadness that the Fordingbridge Twinning Association has to announce the death of its President, Dennis Bailey.
At the end of the Rotary year, was the evening of Fordingbridge Rotary’s President’s annual handover
When we first moved to Fordingbridge, 22 years ago, we used to get 20-30, sometimes more, swifts over our house every evening.
Go New Forest (GNF) is a “not for profit” Community Interest Company which manages and develops tourism in the New Forest.
Summer schemes that provide food and activities to Hampshire children who are eligible for free school meals
It is with great pleasure, that Helen Tague has accepted the annual award of “Citizen of the year”, from Fordingbridge Rotary.
Hampshire’s vulnerable children will receive food vouchers this May Half Term (31 May – 4 June)
If you are involved in a collision and not wearing a seatbelt, the force you will hit the windscreen is approximately 30 to 60 times your own body weight.
Last Tuesday evening, Fordingbridge Rotary was treated to an excellent highly interesting talk about “Blood Bikes”