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Haslewey Community Centre, opposite Lion Green, has ambitious plans to house a new Community Post Office, following the closure of the original. “We listened to the people of Wey Hill, who felt isolated without their local Post Office. We soon
Working closely with the Petersfield-based charity Hounds for Heroes for the last three years, the Holiday Inn Winchester has been sponsoring accommodation for injured veterans to train with their new assistance dogs. The staff at the hotel look forward to
Butser Ancient Farm will soon be launching a brand new campaign to renovate their iconic Roman villa. Built in 2003, the villa starred in the famous ‘Rebuilding the Past’ documentary on the Discovery Channel, a show that was watched by
The winners of Petersfield in Bloom will be meeting on October 6 to receive their prizes.
Petersfield Town Council has been involved with the event since 2013 and preparations start in January, when members of the Grounds Committee meet to discuss
Some exciting discoveries have been made in Petersfield as part of the Secrets of the High Woods archaeology project. And experts who have led this work will be visiting Buriton village to give a talk about their findings.
The discoveries were made after
By Lucy Pringle
Many people think that crop circles are a modern phenomenon and therefore might be surprised to learn that the earliest recorded ones were in the 1660s.
John Aubrey, philosopher and antiquarian historian, (the blue stones at Stonehenge are named
Newly-opened Seabright's butchers in West Street, Haslemere, (at the former Good Fish Shop premises) would like to remind customers that it offers a fish counter on Fridays and Saturdays, selling sustainably-sourced fresh fish.
The butcher's shop also sells local traditional breeds meat with “full
Half a Sixpence
Chichester Festival Theatre
Tuesday, July 26 2016
What a joyous, end-of the-pier-style, comedy knees-up this is.
Half a Sixpence is based on HG Wells’ semi-autobiographical novel Kipps, this new adaptation by Julian Fellowes of Downton Abbey fame, with a new score
A diverse selection of projects across Hampshire have made the shortlist for the tenth annual Countryside Awards.
The awards celebrate a beautiful and living countryside that everyone can value and enjoy and are organised by charity CPRE Hampshire, the Campaign to Protect
HRH Princess Alexandra visited Flat Spaces in Ropley on July 14.
Her Royal Highness was greeted by Mr Tom Yendell and his wife Lucy. Tom is the Chairman and founder of Flat Spaces Foundation, a charity whose aim is to provide purpose-built, fully-accessible