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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.
He is regularly invited to play at major festivals including BBC Proms, Edinburgh, Aldeburgh, and events in Italy, Spain, Norway, Germany and the
Fiddler on the Roof
Chichester Festival Theatre
Tuesday, July 18 2017
The lone fiddler, perched atop a black, empty stage, opens the show.
All at once doors open, light spills out and on come the residents of Anatevka, the little Jewish settlement in 1905
A life-size bronze of Jane Austen is to be placed in the Market Square in Basingstoke to mark 200 years since the author’s death.
Today is the bicentenary of the death of Jane Austen, and all across Hampshire people are celebrating
The Petersfield Shakespeare Festival is set to return this summer and love is definitely in the air...
Themes of disguise and mistaken identity dominate the joyful programme which is packed with comedy, romance - and quite a lot of cross dressing.
A group of budding forensic scientists from King Edward’s Witley delved into the world of crime when their classroom was turned into a CSI lab to help solve the mystery of the missing 'Cock House Cups’.
The team of Year 9
Nell Gwynn (Guildburys Theatre Company)
Wednesday, July 12
Welcome to the witty, bawdy romp that is Nell Gwynn - Jessica Swale’s award-winning play set in 17th century theatre world. The playhouses have reopened after years of Puritan rule, and there’s a