Basingstoke High School Reunion

Basingstoke Gazette:

11:33am Tuesday 28th October 2014

The girls of the 1940s and 1950s from Basingstoke High School met at Basingstoke Golf Club for a reunion on October 20.

Friends of Loddon Vale Parks

Basingstoke Gazette:

10:12am Monday 20th October 2014

On Saturday, a team of 20 volunteers turned out to clear litter in Glebe Gardens, in the centre of Basingsoke The Friends of Loddon Vale Parks were joined by 12 staff from Tesco in the town centre.

BAUGHURST

Basingstoke Gazette: nIKKI bARRY

10:51am Friday 17th October 2014

PSYCHIC Fayre: Heath End Village Hall is holding a Psychic Fayre on Sunday, 11am to 4pm. Entry is £2, children free.

BRAMLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Phyl Davies

10:48am Friday 17th October 2014

TEA Party for Arthritis Research: On Saturday, the local branch is supporting National Arthritis Week by having a tea party, from 3pm to 5pm, at 4 Ringshall Gardens (just off The Street), Bramley. There will be tea, coffee or cold drinks and lots of cakes.

BROOKVALE

Basingstoke Gazette: John Shaw

10:46am Friday 17th October 2014

SPECIAL week: This week is Review and Development Week at BCoT, with activities themed on Equality, Diversity and Global Citizenship.

CHINEHAM

Basingstoke Gazette: Fiona Biermann

10:43am Friday 17th October 2014

MUMS, Bumps and Babies: A programme aimed at helping parents find their feet in the early weeks and months continues this month at Four Lanes Community Centre. Pre-school children welcome.

CLIDDESDEN

Basingstoke Gazette: Maz Pennington

10:39am Friday 17th October 2014

CONKER competition and fireworks: Saturday night is the extraordinary Cliddesden Conker Competition and Bonfire with Fireworks!

ELLISFIELD/FARLEIGH

10:37am Friday 17th October 2014

HILL Farm Pond: Had a makeover last Saturday, thanks to a working party comprising mainly those villagers living in the area. The margin surrounding the pond has been cleared of weeds, and a bale of barley straw will help to keep the water clear. Thanks to parish councillor Caroline Cazenove for organising this.

HATCH WARREN/BEGGARWOOD

Basingstoke Gazette: Terri Reid

10:34am Friday 17th October 2014

BEGGARWOOD Community Centre: There are two choices coming forward soon for consultation by residents.

KEMPSHOTT

Basingstoke Gazette: Anne Court

10:30am Friday 17th October 2014

BASING Trail: On Monday, Old Down and Beggarwood Wildlife Group has organised a walk of Basing Trail. Anyone interested should meet at Barton’s Mill car park at 10.15am. Mill Field may be muddy so walking boots are advisable. The suggested donation is £2 – see odandbwd@gmail.com for more information.

OAKLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Georgina Grace

10:19am Friday 17th October 2014

SCOUTS Jumble Sale: The 1st Whitchurch Scouts will be holding a jumble sale in the Oakley Village Hall on Saturday, from 1.45pm to 4pm. There’ll be a wide selection of adult and children's clothing, shoes, bric-a-brac, books and household items. Tea and coffee will also be available.

OLD BASING/LYCHPIT

Basingstoke Gazette: Hazel Vanbergen

10:17am Friday 17th October 2014

THE Children’s Society Christmas Card Sale and Coffee Morning: Takes place this coming Saturday, in the Parish Room, from 10am until noon.

SILCHESTER

Basingstoke Gazette: Nancy Jones

10:15am Friday 17th October 2014

SILCHESTER Players: Present “Twelfth Night” today and tomorrow, curtain up at 7.30pm. Tickets from 0118 9815600.

TADLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: David Leeks

10:10am Friday 17th October 2014

HALLOWE’EN Family Disco: Tickets are now on sale for a Hallowe’en Family Disco at the community centre on October 25, from 6.30pm to 10pm.

SOUTH HAM

Basingstoke Gazette: Colin Regan

10:12am Friday 17th October 2014

MUG and Biscuit: Meet and make friends at the Mug and Biscuit, in St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Western Way. Enjoy hot and cold drinks, snacks and a listening ear. Open Tuesdays, 10am to 2pm, Wednesdays to Fridays, 10am to noon.

BAUGHURST

Basingstoke Gazette: nIKKI bARRY

12:23pm Friday 10th October 2014

RAMSDELL Harvest Supper: Takes place today, at 7.30pm in the village hall.

BRAMLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Phyl Davies

12:20pm Friday 10th October 2014

BRAMLEY Voluntary Care Group: Incorporating the Lunch Club, will hold the annual meeting on November 13 in Cross House at 2.30pm. This is an open meeting and all are welcome to attend.

BROOKVALE

Basingstoke Gazette: John Shaw

12:18pm Friday 10th October 2014

SCHEDULE of activities: Local conservation group Friends of Loddon Vale Parks has recently issued its schedule of activities through to September 2015.

CHINEHAM

Basingstoke Gazette: Fiona Biermann

12:16pm Friday 10th October 2014

THE Basingstoke Festival of Art and Crafts: Started by Councillor Martin Biermann, when he was Mayor, this event is now being repeated, and hopefully will happen on an annual basis.

CLIDDESDEN

Basingstoke Gazette: Maz Pennington

12:14pm Friday 10th October 2014

BASINGSTOKE Half-Marathon: Sunday saw the streets of Cliddesden lined with enthusiastic half-marathon supporters as a colourful array of competitors made their way along the route.

ELLISFIELD/FARLEIGH

Basingstoke Gazette: Jacqui Matthews

12:12pm Friday 10th October 2014

SUPERFAST broadband: Colin Brooks, from BT Openreach, spoke at last Monday’s Parish Council meeting, outlining the practical implications of bringing Ellisfield up to 21st century speeds.

HATCH WARREN/BEGGARWOOD

Basingstoke Gazette: Terri Reid

12:09pm Friday 10th October 2014

HATHA Yoga: A new Hatha yoga class will begin at the community centre from next month. It will run on Wednesday evenings, in the conservatory, and places can be booked in advance.

KEMPSHOTT

Basingstoke Gazette: Anne Court

12:07pm Friday 10th October 2014

KEMPSHOTT Coffee Club: Would like to thank all those who contributed to and attended the MacMillan Coffee Morning on Friday, September 26.

OAKLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Georgina Grace

9:49am Friday 10th October 2014

OAKLEY Fireworks Display: Is due to take place on Sunday, November 2, at Newfound Sports Ground, from 6pm, with the spectacle beginning at 6.30pm.

OLD BASING/LYCHPIT

Basingstoke Gazette: Hazel Vanbergen

9:47am Friday 10th October 2014

FESTIVAL of Arts and Crafts: Many talented local people are exhibiting this weekend, from 11am-6pm at The Hampshire Court Hotel. All proceeds will be shared between Basingstoke Young Carers, The Ark Cancer Centre Charity and Dial-a-Ride. Purchase a real masterpiece from among painting, pottery, embroidery, and fused glass amongst others.

PAMBER HEATH

Basingstoke Gazette: Mary Middleton

9:40am Friday 10th October 2014

JUMBLE Sale: This coming Saturday, a jumble sale is taking place at Pamber Heath Memorial Hall, in aid of hall funds. Doors open at 2pm.

ROTHERWICK

Basingstoke Gazette: Sharon Glen

9:37am Friday 10th October 2014

CHAMPERS Celebration: As all is safely gathered in. A bonanza bubbly raffle will be the highlight of the annual Whitewater Harvest Supper taking place today, in the village hall, from 7.30pm.

SHERFIELD

Basingstoke Gazette: Chris Horton

9:35am Friday 10th October 2014

MACMILLAN Coffee Morning: Coffee and cake were on offer at The Four Horseshoes last Friday, when Di Cayzer held a Macmillan Coffee Morning.

SILCHESTER

Basingstoke Gazette: Nancy Jones

9:07am Friday 10th October 2014

GROUP Sax: Play in Silchester parish church on Saturday, with a concert for children at 3.30pm. Entitled Come Fly with Me it includes Disney, Star Wars, Dr Who and more. Adults £5, children free. Listen and learn about various types and sizes of saxophones. A further concert at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10, from 0118 9700825.

SOUTH HAM

Basingstoke Gazette: Colin Regan

9:04am Friday 10th October 2014

SOUTH Ham Show: A talent contest is to be held at St Andrew’s Church, Western Way, on Saturday, October 18, from 2pm to 4pm. Why not come along and show your talent?

TADLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: David Leeks

9:00am Friday 10th October 2014

MACMILLAN Coffee Morning: Will be held at The Salvation Army Hall, opposite the Esso garage, Mulfords Hill, tomorrow, from 10am to noon, so please go along and support such a worthy course .

Basingstoke Lions Club

Basingstoke Gazette: County council asks for feedback for 'Ageing Well in Hampshire' strategy

10:12am Wednesday 8th October 2014

OUR new president, ably assisted by his wife (guess who did the work) duly held his coffee morning in aid of the Macmillan Nurses, which raised £270 plus for that excellent organisation. But, coffee morning???? What a total misnomer. It’s not a coffee morning, it’s a cake morning – lemon cake, chocolate cake, millionaire’s shortbread, cream sponge, fairy cakes, lumberjack cake, peach and apricot cake the list goes on and on.

BAUGHURST

Basingstoke Gazette: nIKKI bARRY

10:27am Friday 3rd October 2014

FESTIVAL of Art and Crafts: Local groups Tadley and Baughurst Art Club, Kennet Valley Artists, and Ambrose Allen Group will all be taking part in the Basingstoke Festival of Art and Crafts in aid of local charities on October 11 and 12 in The Hampshire Court Hotel, Centre Drive, Great Binfields Road, Chineham, Basingstoke.

BRAMLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Phyl Davies

10:12am Friday 3rd October 2014

GENERATIONS Chorale: On Saturday, this singing group of fathers and daughters from Bramley and Basingstoke area, will be performing at 7.30pm in St James’ Church, and is proud to have the support of special guest Robin Scott, accomplished performer/composer.

BROOKVALE

Basingstoke Gazette: John Shaw

10:05am Friday 3rd October 2014

BROOKVALE Community Association’s annual general meeting: The honorary officers were re-elected and the meeting also received updates on the village hall extension and the community garden, which is to be established in between the hall and Victory Park.

CHINEHAM

Basingstoke Gazette: Fiona Biermann

10:03am Friday 3rd October 2014

GREEN Week: Greening Chineham activities during Green Week were very well prepared, but sadly not supported as well as one might wish.

CLIDDESDEN

Basingstoke Gazette: Maz Pennington

9:55am Friday 3rd October 2014

POP-Up Food Shop: On Saturday, from 10.30am to noon, the Pop-Up Food Shop is back at the Jolly Farmer, featuring a fabulous array of foodie fare, from fresh bread and fudge to cheese, cordial and preserves, with a minor detour around soup – and whatever else we come up with on the day!

ELLISFIELD/FARLEIGH

Basingstoke Gazette: Jacqui Matthews

9:52am Friday 3rd October 2014

ABSOLUTELY delicious!: More than 100 people attended Ellisfield Ladies’ Big Coffee Morning last Saturday, raising almost £600 for Macmillan.

HATCH WARREN/BEGGARWOOD

Basingstoke Gazette: Terri Reid

9:49am Friday 3rd October 2014

LOCAL talent shines: BAOS Limelight will be presenting a production of Grease at Queen Mary’s College on October 31 and November 1, and the show will feature talented young people from the area.

KEMPSHOTT

Basingstoke Gazette: Anne Court

9:45am Friday 3rd October 2014

POLICE/community surgery: The next one will take place on Monday, at 7pm, at Kempshott Village Hall. Come along and voice any concerns you may have, or just pop in and meet a member of the local policing team.

OAKLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Georgina Grace

9:39am Friday 3rd October 2014

MULTI-site is your preference: The Neighbourhood Planning Group was overwhelmed and delighted by your involvement in the site selection for housing last Friday.

OLD BASING/LYCHPIT

Basingstoke Gazette: Hazel Vanbergen

9:37am Friday 3rd October 2014

THE Sieges of Basing House: Alan Turton will be hosting another fascinating guided tour this Sunday in aid of The Battlefields Trust, commencing at 2pm from the Basing House car park. The tour costs £5, plus entry fee.

PAMBER HEATH

Basingstoke Gazette: Mary Middleton

9:35am Friday 3rd October 2014

JUMBLE Sale: On Saturday, October 11, doors open at 2pm at Pamber Heath Memorial Hall. Please bring jumble to the hall from 9.30am that morning. No large items of furniture. Contact 0118 9701999.

ROTHERWICK

Basingstoke Gazette: Sharon Glen

9:33am Friday 3rd October 2014

AUTUMN splendour: Join the Tylney Hall landscape team this Sunday, for an opportunity to walk around the 66 acres of beautifully manicured gardens, in aid of the National Garden Scheme.

SHERFIELD

Basingstoke Gazette: Chris Horton

9:31am Friday 3rd October 2014

BEER Festival: The village hall and garden was overflowing last Saturday, for the annual Beer Festival. Among the beers available (from breweries including Sherfield Village Brewery) Thirst Past the Post, Boozy Floozy and Happy Harrington and Pilgrim Stout. There were also burgers, face-painting and live music from Soul and Fire and Johnny Boxcars.

SILCHESTER

Basingstoke Gazette: Nancy Jones

9:29am Friday 3rd October 2014

GROUP Sax: Play in Silchester Parish Church on October 11, with a concert for children at 3.30pm. Entitled “Come Fly with Me” includes Disney, Star Wars, Dr Who and much more.

TADLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: David Leeks

9:26am Friday 3rd October 2014

MEMORIAL event: Last Saturday’s Tadley and District History Society World War 1 War Memorial and Exhibition went very well with lots of people attending to take a look back at history.

BAUGHURST

Basingstoke Gazette:

10:02am Friday 26th September 2014

LIVE music: On Saturday, Kindred Spirit will be performing electrifying and original prog rock at the Badgers Wood pub, from 9pm.

BRAMLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Phyl Davies

9:59am Friday 26th September 2014

BRAMLEY Show: Winners of Children’s Classes – The Bramley Show Children’s Cup was awarded to Samara Pranada, who also won the Sam Bruce Cup (children’s painting competition). The Reed Challenge Cup Best in Show Children’s Section winner was Gregory Harbot. The committee was so impressed by the imagination and number of children’s entries that a £10 voucher has been donated to Bramley school as an encouragement for 2015.

BRIGHTON HILL

Basingstoke Gazette: Carolyn Wooldridge

9:57am Friday 26th September 2014

BAGS 2 School collection: The Church of Christ the King is collecting old clothes, belts and bags in order to raise money for their Sunday School. Any donations will be gratefully received by the deadline of Friday, October 10. Please let me know if you have items that need collecting.






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