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New Education Project to launch in Summer 2021 at New Park Farm

New Education Project to launch in Summer 2021 at New Park Farm

The New Forest Agricultural Show Society is thrilled to announce the launch of an exciting new project that will connect people with nature. Launching this year, the venture will turn New Park into an education hub where visitors will learn about the importance of The New Forest and why nature plays a key part in the National Park.The project will be aimed at both visitors and local residents with the intention to turn New Park Farm into a location that.

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Cancellation of 2021 New Forest and Hampshire County Show

Cancellation of 2021 New Forest and Hampshire County Show

Following a review of the current pandemic and the Government roadmap the board members of the New Forest Agricultural Show Society have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 New Forest and Hampshire County Show. Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 22nd February 2021, board members held a digital meeting to discuss the 2021 New Forest Show and unanimously agreed they had no option but to cancel the event due to ongoing uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. All stakeholders.

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February 2021 Update: New Forest Show Update

February 2021 Update: New Forest Show Update

9th February 2021 The Board members of The New Forest Agricultural Show Society are continuing to monitor the COVID restrictions and will conduct a review of the 2021 New Forest & Hampshire County Show after the Government announcement at the end of the month. Our top priority is the safety and welfare of our staff, visitors and exhibitors. Any decision on the 2021 Show will be made with this in mind and we thank you for your patience in these.

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Paws up for Hoburne Bashley as the park raises thousands for Canine Partners

Paws up for Hoburne Bashley as the park raises thousands for Canine Partners

Hoburne Bashley has presented Canine Partners with a cheque for £6,962 following a year of fundraising for the park’s nominated charity. The team at Hoburne Bashley initially pledged to raise £5,000 for the UK charity that trains assistance dogs to transform the lives of people with disabilities, boosting their confidence and independence. The dogs are taught a range of everyday tasks, including picking up and fetching items, opening doors, and dressing a person. Employees, holiday homeowners and holidaymakers staying at.

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