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Butser Ancient Farm near Petersfield is proud to reopen the Roman villa after a major restoration project over the summer. It’s 14 years since the villa was completed for the TV documentary Rebuilding the Past in 2003. Since then it’s
King Edward’s Witley opened its doors to the general public last weekend to share its rich history with visitors, as part of the established national Heritage Open Days initiative. The event marked the first time the school has taken part
The Oaks Playscheme, a small local charity providing a holiday playscheme for children with disabilities and special needs, is thrilled to have the support of Petersfield Round Table.
Chairman Paul Baker and colleagues came and visited The Oaks Playscheme during the
Write Angle - poetry and music cabaret
The Townhouse, Petersfield
Tuesday, August 22
As it was warm in the upstairs room at The Townhouse, the opened windows admitted the noise of traffic, police sirens and revellers spilling out of the downstairs bar but
Three local ladies are organising a Style Evening at Haslewey, Haslemere, to raise money and awareness of Walk the Walk, a breast cancer grant making charity, most well known for organising the MoonWalks in London.
The event on Friday, September 8
Churcher’s College sixth form in Petersfield is celebrating yet another starry A level results year.
Headmaster Simon Williams said: “After the quite exceptional levels of success last year we had expected this year to be a little more modest but we
The Stepmother, by Githa Sowerby
Minerva Theatre, Chichester
It is always a joy when a new playwright bursts onto the theatrical scene. It is equally thrilling when a forgotten author is rediscovered. Githa Sowerby’s excellent 1923 play ‘The Stepmother’ has been revived
Every year in September, thousands of hidden, historic places open their doors to the public for free during the Heritage Open Day event, to celebrate our fantastic history, architecture and culture.
And you can take this rare opportunity to explore the
The Barn which used to house Victoriana in Station Road, Petersfield has been sympathetically restored and revamped to create a light, bright salon, WeLove.
But this isn’t really a hair or beauty salon; it’s something new and rather unique.
Actually, it’s more
THE Mid Hants Railway (MHR) Watercress Line at Ropley Station will play host this month to an open air production of E Nesbit’s classic story The Railway Children.
To be performed by Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Youth Theatre, it is full steam