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Feather Edge offers beautifully handcrafted tableware, linen, and home accessories. See www.featheredge.com or visit Charter Walk Kitchen Living in Haslemere to view the full range.
Owner Amber Craven is offering Lifemags readers the chance to win a £150 voucher and two
Write Angle poetry and music cabaret returns on April 17 to The Townhouse in Petersfield, with guest performer Cam Brown.
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Founder of Write Angle, Leah Cohen, said: "Cam's first time with Write Angle was so successful,
Butser Ancient Farm near Petersfield will open seven days a week from the Easter weekend. The farm currently has 17 lambs and six baby goats frolicking amongst the roundhouses; the kids are quite the escape artists so you never know
Godalming Town Council’s annual Spring Festival will be celebrating the delights of the new season with an inspiring day out in Godalming. On Saturday, April 7 between 10am-5pm, visitors will be able to discover handmade items by creative craftspeople and
REVIEW - School of Rock
Churcher’s College, Petersfield
Wednesday, April 21
Churcher’s pupils proved they are Petersfield's School of Rock, as they air-guitared and fist-pumped their way through this musical.
Based on the Linklater film starring Jack Black, the stage show of School of
St Ives School in Haslemere saw children, staff and parents come together for a ground force afternoon last week. They worked together to weed, clear, sweep, plant and decorate the school surroundings and took great pride in adding their own
St Nicholas’ School in Church Crookham put on a colourful performance recently. The senior production was Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice.
A West End favourite, Joseph and the Amazing
Blenheim Court Care Home welcomed visitors on Friday, March 9, when it hosted an afternoon vintage high tea. Money raised from the event has been donated to the Triangle Community Centre in Liss.
The staff team delighted in welcoming the guests, who
A cracking Easter holiday is in store for youngsters across East Hampshire as the Rural Areas Play Project (RAPP) and Get Activ8d schemes are back to provide ‘egg-citing’ activities over the two-week break.
The Easter holidays are nearly here and children,