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Madeline Plummer (17) from Haslemere will be performing a classical piano recital at St Peter's Church in Peterfield on Sunday, November 12, 1.30-2.30pm, in aid of MND Association.
Madeleine is a sixth form pupil at Churcher’s College in Petersfield currently studying
Russian cellist Mikhail Lezdkan is giving a solo recital on Sunday, November 12 at 3pm, in St Laurence Church, Station Road, Petersfield.
The programme includes two solo suites by Bach; no. 1 in G and no. 6 in D, plus Suite 3 by Benjamin Britten (written for Rostropovich).There
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Murder on the Nile (Winton Players)
Festival Hall, Petersfield
Saturday, October 14 2017
Audiences were transported to Egypt for this Agatha Christie whodunnit with a very impressive set designed by John Chapman; I loved the way the water rippled and the backdrops were
Nominations are now open for the East Hampshire District Sports Awards 2018.
The awards recognise sportsmen and women at every level, as well as the coaches, officials and volunteers who help them succeed.
The deadline for nominations is Friday, January 5, 2018
The importance of friendship in helping us lead happier and healthier lives was celebrated at an event organised in Farnham by members of the Oddfellows Friendly Society, as part of the organisation’s nationwide Friendship Month.
People attending the event, which was
With fireworks night on the horizon, Surrey Wildlife Trust is appealing to all bonfire builders to think about hibernating hedgehogs when constructing and lighting their wood piles. Unfortunately bonfire night coincides with the season when small mammals are looking for cosy
The first Churcher’s College Junior School U7 football festival took place in October.
With an emphasis on fun and participation, 60 children took part in 45 matches over the course of the afternoon. Each team played nine games and everyone enjoyed
Way Out is a young up-and-coming four-piece from The Petersfield School; Callum on vocals, Jack on bass, Harry on drums and Zach on electric guitar. The band have all just finished their GCSEs and are off to college. Henry Wood
‘King Lear’ by William Shakespeare
Minerva Theatre, Chichester
The first season with Daniel Evans and Rachel Tackley in charge of Chichester Festival Theatre is crowned with a memorable production of King Lear in the Minerva. Any doubts about staging yet again one