Definition funny of Lymington:

urbanA Shitty little Yachty town in Hampshire. All the Bars are over priced and there is only on divey jazz club. The Kabab Shop closes at 11pm and pikeys beat people up who are just trying to go home.

urbanLymington is a realy shit town to go to.

urbanis a load of a watse of space full of old people and expencive beer. dont know why n e 1 would want 2 live here. i wish the townies would fuck off from the kabab hous so i can get a chickin burger in peice.

urbanit sux. only come if u r over 70 or want a fight


Songs about Lymington:

songsLymington by Canyons & Carousels from the Album Close to Nothing At All

songsLymington Lies by Next Page Over from the Album You Can't See The Wood For The Trees

songsLymington Waltz (feat. Steve Waterman, Laurence Cottle & Neil Wilkinson) by Marc Ongley from the Album The Marc Ongley Jazz Quartet 'a Day At Abbey Road' (feat. Steve Waterman, Laurence Cottle & Neil Wilkinson)


Books about Lymington:

booksSherlock Holmes and The Lymington Affair by Dick Gillman and Alex Gillman (Dec 11, 2013)

booksLymington Through Time by Jude James and Roland Stott (Nov 17, 2013)

booksLymington: Webster's Timeline History, 1600 - 2006 by Icon Group International (Jun 6, 2009)

booksLymington by Brian J. Down (Dec 31, 1989)

booksA New Guide to Lymington, by a Resident by Lymington (Feb 23, 2010)

booksThe Island Where Time Stands Still (The Lymington edition) by Dennis Wheatley (Dec 1963)

booksMediterranean Nights (Lymington e.) by Dennis Wheatley (Jul 1965)


Wiki information Lymington:

City/Town/Village, Administrative Division, Statistical region, Location, Dated location, English civil parish

Lymington is a port on the west bank of the Lymington River on the Solent, in the New Forest district of Hampshire, England. It is to the east of the South East Dorset conurbation, and faces Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight which is connected to it by a...

Political District, Location, Dated location

Lymington was a parliamentary borough in Hampshire, which elected two Members of Parliament to the House of Commons from 1584 until 1868, and then one member from 1868 until 1885, when the borough was abolished.