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Annie (Petersfield Youth Theatre)
Festival Hall, Petersfield
December 16, 2016
Like it or not, it’s the time of year when we think about families. If we’ve got one, the chances are we’ll be spending time with them – and members will migrate across
Sheet Film Club meets in Sheet Parish Hall once a month on a Thursday, offering a mixture of classic and contemporary films from a wide cultural perspective, British, American, European and world cinema. The club tries to cater to a
Petersfield Town Council is once again seeking nominations for the Daniel Day Lewis Award.
The award is given to a young person under the age of 18, in recognition of their achievements through theatre or drama.
If you know of anyone you
Thanks to generous support from Waitrose, Haslewey Community Centre, opposite Lion Green in Haslemere, will be putting on a Christmas Tea Dance on Wednesday, December 21, from 2-4pm, for people of all ages in the local community to join in –
Petersfield has a new Hypnotherapy service. Jenny West, a professional hypnotherapist, said that it is "an ideal way to increase the chances of making a permanent change for 2017".
Jenny, who recently qualified with the National College of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy
The Workers’ Educational Association, Petersfield branch, is offering a whole range of classes for adults in 2017.
Founded in 1903, the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) is a charity dedicated to bringing high-quality, professional education into the heart of communities. With the support of
A traditional Snow White pantomime blended with the iconic songs of ABBA …
Dwarves galore who work as accountants during the day but also moonlight as owners of a B&B …
A festival vibe as the audience waves coloured glow sticks …
The Sustainability Centre near Petersfield has launched a campaign to get people thinking about just how crackers it is to pull crackers at Christmas.
Crackers have been on tables at Christmas since 1847, when Tom Smith, a London confectioner, created what he
A Child’s Christmas in Wales (West Meon Theatre)
St John’s House, Winchester
What an entrancing performance! The eight-strong cast, directed by Mary Dawson, brought to life a short story by Dylan Thomas, with a beautiful score by Peter Theobald, performed live
Local charity Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care (PTHC) has been presented with an award by the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association, acknowledging its exceptional work in caring for people living with MND.
The Extra Mile Award was presented to the PTHC team at