Hyde is a village and civil parish in the New Forest near Fordingbridge in Hampshire, England.
The parish includes the hamlets of Blissford, Frogham,
Hungerford and North Gorley. It was formed in 1855 from part of the
parish of Fordingbridge.
Coordinates: 50°54′35″N 1°46′00″W / 50.90972°N
1.7666667°W / 50.90972;
Ashurst | Bartley | Beaulieu | Bolderwood | Boldre | Bramshaw | Bransgore | Breamore | Brockenhurst | Brook | Bucklers Hard | Burley | Cadnam | Calshot | Colbury | Copythorne | Damerham | Denny Lodge | Dibden | Ellingham | Exbury | Fawley | Fordingbridge | Fritham | Godshill | Hale | Harbridge | Hordle | Hyde | Hythe | Ibsley | Keyhaven | Lepe | Lymington | Lyndhurst | Marchwood | Martin | Milford on Sea | Minstead | Netley Marsh | New Milton | Pennington | Ringwood | Rockbourne | Sandleheath | Sopley | Sway | Totton and Eling | Whitsbury | Woodgreen