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Monday, 23 July 2012

New Forest Breaks - Lymington: a weekend away

It was due to the number of people asking for New Forest Breaks on my Twitter account that inspired me to make a search locally and came up with a very interesting article written by Tom Parry who is a news and features writer for the Daily Mirror. It gives a visitors account of Lymington as follows:

It was while walking past the tenth stall selling woollen slipper socks that I realised Lymington must be the OAP capital of Britain.

Beautiful cobbled street Lymington - Photo: Daily Mirror
There was also one vendor at the thriving Saturday morning market along the High Street selling “roll-on girdles”, which sound excruciating.

But I can happily report that the hundreds of pensioners who have settled in the Hampshire town have made an excellent choice.

Lymington, which sits on the edge of the New Forest National Park, is a gem – with a bustling port, cobbled lanes and gorgeous countryside.

Beautiful beaches, fat pheasants and so much more to explore on Hampshire coast.

Read the complete article at: Lymington: a weekend away on the edge of the New Forest

New Forest Breaks Recommended reading: New Forest Hampshire UK

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