ROTHERFIELD Park and Odiham and Greywell secured their places in the third round of the Guy Jewell Cup with impressive victories.
A POTTERY painting studio raised £150 for St Michael’s Hospice.
FORENSIC science students got a taste of higher-level study when Ben Littlefield, science lecturer at the University of Reading, visited BCoT to run a fingerprinting masterclass.
STAFF at Miller Homes Southern took a break from house-building to raise £12,000 for children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions.
OLD Basing golfer Jack Owen was unable to turn his dream of playing in The Open at St Andrews into a reality at Final Qualifying.
VOLUNTEERS who give their time to community groups in Hampshire attended a celebratory evening.
The trio of vehicles are now on show at Beaulieu’s World of Top Gear.
TWO Basingstoke theatre groups have been given the go-ahead to use an empty council-owned building in the town centre. The borough council’s decision-making Cabinet agreed at a meeting on Tuesday that Basingstoke Amateur Theatrical Society (BATS) and BATS Next Generation (BNG) can rent the first and second floor of the council-owned Market Chambers building, in Church Street, for a year.
This annual community festival will have live music. a BBQ and hog roast, inflatables, sports, mascots, face painting and much more from 12 noon until 8pm.
ODIHAM and Greywell remain on course to claim the Hampshire Cricket League Regional Division One title after a 255-run demolition of visiting Donnington.
A PLANNING barrister has branded a council plan for future development as “hopeless”.
GaryCee is currently blogging his way through the 1980s and 1990s.
AN OPENING stand of 132 between Harry Smith and Callum Coombs helped Basingstoke and North Hants maintain their 100 per cent record in North Hampshire Cricket Association Midweek League Division One.
BRITAIN'S most lovable fox, Basil Brush is back on the road along with his TV chum Mr Stephen (aka Chris Pizzey).
A CHARITY tea party pulled in the pounds for a Basingstoke hospice last month.
BRAMLEY-based Greenhouse Graphics will play host to Hampshire Chamber on Wednesday, July 8.
Sir.–I am researching Skiffle and Rock ‘n Roll in Basingstoke during the 1950s and early Sixties (1960 to 1963).
A PROPERTY was damaged last night when it was struck by lightning.
Also performing on July 4 are Vera Grace, One Last Thrill and Greyhaven.
Apart from the tease in the title of this pelvis-thrusting sequel, Gregory Jacobs' third feature is longer and showier than the original.
PLAYING golf with a new partner can be a nerve-wracking experience, especially if, like me, you are generally a poorer player than the person you are teeing it up with.
BODY strength will be put to the test when a Basingstoke gym hosts its second Strongest Novice Competition.