Where: Longdown Activity Farm
When: Saturday 31st October 2015, 10:00am until 5:00pm
Meet a real life barn owl and lots of creepy creatures with The Creature Teachers.
When: Saturday 31st October, 7:30pm
One of the largest firework displays in the south, choreographed to music with a range of entertainment for the whole family.
Where: Copythorne Parish Hall
When: Saturday 31st October from 6pm
Annual fireworks display at Copythorne Parish Hall near Cadnam
When: 1st November, 10am to 5pm
Howls (of laughter) and screams (of delight) will echo from deep within the New Forest this October Half Term, as Beaulieu celebrates its ghostly and ghoulish heritage.
When: 1st November, 10am
Car Boot held on 1st Sunday of each month in the Memorial car park.
Where: The New Forest Centre
When: Wednesday 4th November
A presentation on the Gunpowder Works at Eyeworth between 1860 and 1821, looking at Drayson and Campbells black powder manufactory and at the Schultze Gun Powder Company and the production of smokeless gunpowder.
Where: The Forest Arts Centre
When: Saturday 7th November, from 7:30pm
Catfish continues his lifelong journey as one of the brightest lights in acoustic blues and roots music.
Where: Everton Nurseries, Milford on Sea
When: Saturday 7th November, from 9am
Every market is a unique experience offering a range of products such as honey, bread, cakes, eggs, wool, beef, local game, pork and bacon, cheese, vegetables and specialist plants and much more.
Where: St Mary Magdalene Parish Church Hall
When: Saturday 7th November, 10:00am
This is the perfect opportunity to start your Christmas shopping with stalls selling homemade cakes and produce, craft, jewellery, toiletries, books, bric-a-brac and toys.
Where: Fawcetts Field, New Milton
When: Saturday 7th November from 6pm
The annual charity fireworks spectacular is a great event.
When: 7th November, 7:30pm
Cunard Line celebrates its 175th anniversary this year and its flagship, the Queen Mary 2, was completed on 23 December 2003. This magnificent ocean liner was designed by a team of British Naval architects, led by Stephen Payne. Tonight Stephen will tell the story of the conception and building of the world’s only true ‘ocean’ liner.