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Petersfield Youth Theatre
Friday, September 16
Let’s face it, working in an office can be pretty grim. True, it’s not the grimness our ancestors might have endured, for little reward, digging in the fields or wearing themselves out as the victims of
In a bid to help one of its patients complete some of the wishes on her bucket list, staff and volunteers at Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice in Farnham arranged for three cockapoo puppies to visit her whilst she was staying on
In a packed hall near Winchester, HM Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire, Nigel Atkinson Esq presented the tenth annual CPRE Hampshire Countryside Awards to a diverse range of rural-inspired projects.
Countryside conservation charity, CPRE (the Campaign to Protect Rural England) runs the awards to
Organisers of Guildford Book Festival has a packed programme for the 2016 Festival, taking place at venues across the town between 9 and 16 October.
Heading the line-up of more than 50 events this year are: broadcaster Jeremy Paxman sharing his long-awaited and candid
Haslewey Community Centre, opposite Lion Green in Haslemere is holding a fun-filled Horse Race Night on Saturday, September 24, from 7.30pm.
Tickets are £10 per person and includes a delicious hot snack made by The Natural Cook Company and racegoers are welcome
Businesses in East Hampshire could soon get discounts of up to £150,000 on business rates to build new premises.
The scheme will help new and established businesses build new premises enabling them to expand and develop modern working environments.
East Hampshire District
Theatre Review by Nick Keith
Strife by John Galsworthy
Minerva Theatre, Chichester
John Galsworthy, celebrated today for his epic saga about the Forsyte family, was better known as a leading dramatist 100 years ago before he made his name as a novelist. A
The next guest of poetry and music cabaret Write Angle is Joelle Taylor, on September 20, at the Townhouse 28 High Street, Petersfield, 7.30pm.
Bejamin Zephaniah said of her: “In these times of austerity, hypocrisy, political corruption, and mindless reality television, we
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