New Forest National Park bus tour's new route

Passengers on a New Forest National Park tour bus in Lymington The tour buses are equipped with audio guides and run from 29 June to 15 September

A new bus route is to be added to a tour of the New Forest in Hampshire.

The blue route will take passengers through the south west of the national park, including New Milton and Milford-on-Sea.

The tour already has red and green routes which cover the north and south east areas, including Beaulieu and Fordingbridge.

The new route launches on 29 June and will connect with the existing routes at Burley, Brockenhurst and Lymington.

The tour buses, which are operated by Go South Coast and the New Forest National Park Authority, are equipped with audio guides and run from 29 June to 15 September.

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