July 2016 | New Forest Show
morebus Shuttle Bus Service Free for advance ticket holders

morebus Shuttle Bus Service Free for advance ticket holders

morebus is making it easier than ever for local people and visitors travelling to this year’s New Forest Show. The operator is laying on shuttles throughout the event - allowing show-goers to travel on buses directly between the site at New Park and Brockenhurst railway station. “We’re running services from early in the morning at 7am of Tuesday 26 July at regular intervals of up to 10 minutes until the evening of Thursday 28 July,” said Nikki Honer, morebus communications manager..

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Trial Public Wi-Fi Hotspots provided by Logi-Call

Trial Public Wi-Fi Hotspots provided by Logi-Call

New for 2016! We will be trialing free public Wi-Fi hotspots at New Forest Show. Each Food Court across the showground will act as public Wi-Fi hotspots for visitors to the Show. In order to connect to the free WI-FI, all visitors have to do is connect to one of the Show's Social Media accounts. The WI-FI is being provided by Logi-Call. Look out for the network: Logi-Call Wi-Fi Logi-Call is part of CCC IT Solutions, one of the South's longest.

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BBC Radio Solent to record Gardeners Question Time at the Show

BBC Radio Solent to record Gardeners Question Time at the Show

BBC Radio Solent are recording two episodes of Gardeners Question Time at the 2016 New Forest and Hampshire County Show. At 11am and 1pm on Thursday 28th July, The Lecture Theatre in the Heart of the Forest Area will be inviting visitors to put their questions to a panel of gardening experts. The hour long programmes will be broadcast on Sunday 24th July and Sunday 31st July. The programmes will feature on The Good Life which is BBC Radio Solent's gardening and cookery show. Every.

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Hattingley Valley – English Sparkling Wine

Hattingley Valley – English Sparkling Wine

Simon Robinson established Hattingley Valley in 2008. Following in depth feasibility studies, the first 28 acre south facing site was planted in May of that year with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Alongside Emma Rice, founder of Custom Crush, a wine analysis laboratory and wine making consultancy, they planned the modern, eco-friendly winery in Wield that was completed in 2010. It uses the latest technology and equipment from continental Europe, has sophisticated waste disposal facilities and was the first.

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