A huge welcome to some new members

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We are pleased to welcome the following new members to the New Forest Marque.

Short Stay Homes – We own a selection of premier holiday homes within the New Forest and Christchurch. We can cater for large groups of up to 25 within one private and secure location.  We also have a stunning secluded river fronted cedar clad lodge for romantic breaks, fishing trips or to enjoy the wildlife and countryside.

 

Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust is the leading wildlife charity in the two counties and with the support of our 26,000 members is taking action to protect our natural heritage. In the New Forest the Trust manages over 2000 acres, provides advice to land managers and seeks to influence policy to protect the Forest.

 

Meringue-a-Tang is all about hand-made treats using all natural ingredients. Every meringue is carefully styled and baked to make sure it tastes sensational, crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside. Meringue-a-Tang offers a wide range of inventive flavours to be enjoyed as a special treat at weddings, dinner parties, baby showers or just to impress!

 

The Pottery Slow Down at Angels Farm – Join the Pottery Slow Down at Angels Farm – weekend and one day pottery courses taught in the studio pottery by experienced potter Jo Osman. Come for the day, or stay in the Bed and Breakfast.  Angels Farm House is one of the oldest houses in Lyndhurst and boasts a gorgeous cottage garden. Enjoy delicious home cooked meals filled with New Forest Marque products served on homemade plates!

 

Roots and Fruits is a family run Greengrocer business with a retail shop located in Angel Courtyard in Lymington stocking a wide range of fresh fruit and vegetables sourced locally wherever possible and when seasonally available. Additionally Roots and Fruits is home to the New Forest Juice Bar where customers can enjoy freshly made juices, smoothies, frozen yoghurts and ices.  Also check out the mobile juice shack for parties and events.

Sally Fear – I am a photojournalist and I have documented the way of life of the New Forest commoners and their stock for twenty years.  I am a commoner myself and run ponies on the Forest. I also photograph the Keepers and the wildlife and all flora and fauna on the Forest. I have also published three books on the above subjects.

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