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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
Historian of medicine and science, and author of ‘Spitting Blood: the history of tuberculosis’, Helen Bynum, is presenting a free lecture at Haslemere Museum on tuberculosis in the context of the history of the sanatorium movement.
The lecture, A Design for
Petersfield Shakespeare Festival
Outdoor theatre space, Bedales School, Steep
Hey ho, the wind and the rain. The fifth Shakespeare festival braved the open-air space at Bedales just as the backlash after the heatwave struck - but gales and lashing rain were
By Kat Wootton
I’m at Butser Ancient Farm in Chalton, south of Petersfield just off the A3, on a hot and humid Sunday morning. Flying ant weather; and good drying weather for some daubing.
Wattle and daub - that ancient method of
The Devil’s Punch Bowl, once separated from Hindhead Common by the A3, has become one of the top wildlife sites in south east England. The huge improvements to the area in recent years are the result of the creation of
CPRE Hampshire has announced who has made the shortlist in this year’s Countryside Awards, which has seen a record number of entries. Now in their 11th year, the county branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England run the awards to
A group of twelve young people aged 13-16 took part in an exciting wilderness expedition this summer, in the Surrey Hills.
The group, brought together by the Leatherhead Youth Project, experienced two days of self-led navigation across 15km of Surrey Hills
One of the world’s most celebrated cellists, Raphael Wallfisch, is making his first visit to Grayshott in September.
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He is regularly invited to play at major festivals including BBC Proms, Edinburgh, Aldeburgh, and events in Italy,