Where: Hythe Marina
When: Sunday 30th August
The day is aimed at being a fun day out, to be enjoyed by spectators as well as participants. There are side stalls and fun fair, drinks and BBQ provided so contestants and visitors can enjoy some refreshments before and during the races.
When: 30th August, 2pm to 4pm
An introduction to the New Forest with a Forestry Commission Ranger,for all the family. No need to book, just turn up! Rock up and explore is a Free event.
Where: Milford on Sea
When: Sunday 30th August, 2:00pm until 3:00pm
Live rescue exercise demonstrations at sea involving RNLI Lifeboats from Lymington, Yarmouth (IoW), Mudeford inflatables & the Coastguard helicopter.
Where: Lepe Country Park
When: Tuesday 1st September, 1:00pm until 2:00pm
Come and join Lepe Country Park for these popular hour long children s activities running throughout the summer. No need to book, just meet outside the park office at 1pm.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Where: The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre
When: From Wednesday 2nd September until Saturday 5th September
Fairies, love potions, kings, queens, star-crossed lovers, mischievous spirits and an ass’s head can mean only one thing – A Midsummer's Night Dream.
Where: Old Sarum Castle
When: Friday 4th September, 7:00pm until 9:30pm
With a missing novice, a death in the convent and some very suspicious nuns, Holmes’ newest case promises to be his most terrifying and challenging yet. A murder mystery to be solved and a treasure to be found in this thrilling adaptation of The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes.
Where: Brockenhurst Village Hall
When: Friday 4th September, 7:30pm until 10:30pm
Nicolas Clement is a professional French magician and member of the prestigious Magic Circle. Over the last few years, he has performed at many high profile events such as Simon Cowell’s 50th birthday party, Prince Charles’ Christmas party and Lily Allen’s hen party.
Where: The West End Centre
When: Saturday 5th September, 2:30pm until 3:30pm
One of this country’s great exponents of children’s theatre, Steve Tiplady carves Pinnochio on stage and uses the objects of a carpenter’s workshop to tell the tale of the puppet that wants to be a real boy, and the puppet-maker who wants to be a real father.