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WORD LADDERS


Change one letter at a time (but not the position of any letter) to make a new word - and move from the word at the top of the ladder to the word at the bottom, using the exact number of rungs provided.


KISS


This historic Coaching Inn is set right in the heart of Milford‐on‐Sea, with its own car park.


The large garden leads down to the Danestream, with children’s play area and outside seang. Inside there are comfy sofas and rusc tables.


TELL SLOW


Food: Daily Specials’ board, Sunday Roasts and Vegetarian Menu. Soup of the Day £4.55, Homemade Smugglers’ Fish Pie £9.95, Liver & Crispy Bacon £11.95, Goats Cheese & Sun Dried Tomato Gnocchi £9.55.


Children’s Menu


Drink: Quality Cask Ales Good selecon of wine and spirits.


Open: Everyday Full menu 12 ‐ 9.30pm. Sunday Roasts 12 ‐ 9pm


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Dog Friendly www.pubsnewforest.co.uk


The White Horse is now under new management. Why not pop down for a bite to eat in our restaurant, a relaxing beer or two in our large beer garden with children’s play park, or watch sport in our recently decorated and separate sports bar?


Food: We offer tradional home‐made pub food, with weekly specials up for grabs. Main meals from £9.95 plus lighter bites and a children’s menu available all day. Roasts are available on Sundays and we offer plenty of gluten‐free and vegetarian opons. Small appete menu available. Monday to Friday 12 ‐ 5pm


Drink: Quality cask ales and a selecon of lagers, ciders, wines and spirits all very reasonably priced.


Open: Everyday ‐ Full menu available: 12noon ‐ 9pm


Fri‐Sat: 12noon ‐ 9.30pm Family & dog friendly


To adverse call 01590 643969 or e‐mail info@lymingtondirectory.co.uk


THE SMUGGLERS 01590 644414


88, High Street, Milford‐on‐Sea, SO41 0QE


THE WHITE HORSE 01590 642360


16 Keyhaven Road, Milford‐on‐Sea,


SO41 0QY


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