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Sew Creative in Petersfield has won two runner up awards for Best Independent Haberdashery Shop in the South of England and Best Sewing Workshops/ Course nationally.
Hindhead Student Wins Competition to Design Jump at Badminton Horse Trials
Talented youngster’s design chosen to be showcased at prestigious event
Hindhead schoolgirl Lyla Mainwaring, has been chosen as the winner in a competition to design part of charity World Horse Welfare’s
18 April 2016
Boutique Bonanza 2016
Save the Children Petersfield branch begins its 2016 fundraising with the BIG SALE, now re-christened the Boutique Bonanza and it opens on Thursday 21 April.
As ever volunteers have been busy sorting the fabulous range of clothes
Whether you’re an absolute beginner, looking to get back on the water or sail regularly, Langstone Sailing Club invites you and your family on Sunday 22nd May from 10am – 4pm.
Enjoy the panoramic views of Chichester and Langstone Harbours from
East Hampshire businesswoman Rosebie Morton, grower of scented garden roses, features in the next episode of BBC 1's Countryfile on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 from 7.30 pm.
Filmed on location near Petersfield at the end of May, the programme takes an in-depth look
Theatre Review By Katherine Wyld
High-powered performances in a high-class production
‘Ross’ by Terence Rattigan
Chichester Festival Theatre
This exceptional production of Terence Rattigan’s play ’Ross’ will no doubt be remembered as one of the Festival Theatre’s finest and also an extraordinary achievement
Theatre Review by Nick Keith
An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen
Chichester Festival Theatre
Only Shakespeare is reckoned to have had more of his plays staged than Henrik Ibsen. The Norwegian playwright revolutionized his craft in the late 19th century and ‘An
JOHN PILKINGTON has been called “one of Britain’s greatest tellers of travellers’ tales”. John will be returning to The Studio@TPS, Cranford Road, Petersfield, on Wednesday, June 8, at 7pm, to retell his latest adventures in Ukraine and the breakaway states
A celebration marking the 130th anniversary of the Salvation Army will be held in Petersfield on Saturday, June 11.
The Petersfield Corps of the Salvation Army “opened fire” in Petersfield on June 24, 1886, being Corps 822 in the British Isles,
The world’s first two-minute silence took place on Castle Street in May 1916. The significance of this historical moment was unknown to many until research by the Museum of Farnham recently unearthed evidence of the original event.
On Sunday, May 1, there