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Attila the Stockbroker - Petersfield Write Angle
The Townhouse, Petersfield
Attila the Stockbroker filled the room at Write Angle's November gig - not only with the power of his presence but by filling the space to 'standing room only' - the
Farnham Pottery is not only a place to learn how to throw a pot, do some life drawing or write a masterpiece (to mention just a few of their programmes) it also makes an engaging exhibition space. At the latest
Jakob Bloch, CEO of Commodity Appointments based at The Old Dairy in Petersfield, will be taking part in the first Peru edition of ‘Marathon de Sables’ next week.
An experienced endurance runner, he has already run across the Sahara Desert in
The Game’s Afoot (Cheriton Players)
Cheriton Village Hall
November 15-18 2017
It seemed so appropriate for Love Theatre Day to spend it in the lively company of Cheriton Players cheered enthusiastically by a supportive audience: local people putting on great entertainment at
All Shook Up (Petersfield Theatre Group)
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
All Shook Up is basically Elvis Presley songs strung together with a Twelfth Night storyline - girl dressing as boy, love triangles, and a Shakespearean happy ending where all the couples
The Year 4 children from Churcher's College Junior School visited Southampton Art Gallery this week as part of their STEAM week work.
After a brief gallery tour they enjoyed a workshop with Jo, one of the museum’s resident artists. She gently
Churcher's College Junior School hosted their annual U11 7 a-side Football Tournament and with 11 teams taking part the stage was set for a fantastic event - it didn’t disappoint!
With a total of 55 matches being played in a round robin
By Geraldine Joaquim
Christmas is one of the most stressful times of the year. We all have an idea of what makes our ideal Christmas. We spend time making delicious food to share, as well as creating a welcoming and festive
St Ives School in Haslemere has been shortlisted for the independent pre-prep/prep school of the year award at the prestigious 2018 Tes Independent School Awards.
“This is a huge accolade as we are one of only eight schools nominated, with competition
Lucy Bayliss, previously at Amery Hill School and Sara Garanito, previously at Calthorpe Park School took part in this year’s Mathematical Olympiad for Girls. Over 1700 girls nationwide participated, with the top 25% receiving a Certificate of Distinction. The Mathematical