BRAMLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Phyl Davies

10:23am Thursday 31st July 2014

BRAMLEY Lunch Club: The date has been changed and the next meeting will be on August 21, at The Vicarage, Silchester Road, Bramley, starting at 10.30am.

BRIGHTON HILL

Basingstoke Gazette: Carolyn Wooldridge

10:19am Thursday 31st July 2014

COUNCILLOR Surgery: The Councillor’s Surgery, which was to be held on Saturday at Brighton Hill Community School, has been cancelled. The next surgery will resume on the first Saturday in September.

BROOKVALE

Basingstoke Gazette: John Shaw

10:18am Thursday 31st July 2014

BROOKVALE Community Association: The July committee meeting discussed completion of works to the village hall, green initiatives and forthcoming local events. The next meeting is scheduled for 7.30pm, at the hall, on Thursday, August 7.

CHINEHAM

Basingstoke Gazette: Fiona Biermann

10:14am Thursday 31st July 2014

GIVE blood: There will be a Blood Donation Clinic at Christ Church on Tuesday. There will be two sessions – 1.30pm to 3.25pm and 4.30pm to 6.45pm.

CLIDDESDEN

Basingstoke Gazette: Maz Pennington

10:13am Thursday 31st July 2014

SUMMER Show: So, hot on the heels of summer comes the Horticultural Society’s Summer Show.

ELLISFIELD/FARLEIGH

Basingstoke Gazette: Jacqui Matthews

10:11am Thursday 31st July 2014

CELEBRATION of Sally Adams’ life: Was well attended last Saturday, at St Martin’s Church, Ellisfield.

HATCH WARREN/BEGGARWOOD

Basingstoke Gazette: Terri Reid

10:06am Thursday 31st July 2014

CHANGES to Beggarwood Post Office: Are being considered for the post office in the Co-op at Beggarwood. If the changes go ahead, the old-style separate counter would be replaced by a till on the retail counter.

OAKLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Georgina Grace

10:04am Thursday 31st July 2014

CREATION Station: Will be running a session for youngsters at The Fox, on Monday, from 2pm to 3pm.

OLD BASING/LYCHPIT

Basingstoke Gazette: Hazel Vanbergen

10:02am Thursday 31st July 2014

THE First World War Commemoration event: Takes place this Saturday, at the Royal British Legion field, in Crown Lane, staring at noon, and continuing until 4.30pm.

PAMBER HEATH

Basingstoke Gazette: Mary Middleton

10:00am Thursday 31st July 2014

ST LUKE'S Church: On Monday, St Luke's Church will be holding a Day of Remembrance for the anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War, along with other churches in the country.

SHERFIELD

Basingstoke Gazette: Chris Horton

9:42am Thursday 31st July 2014

LODDON Sports Junior FC: Had their annual presentations day (the 43rd to date) in the Sports Hall at Sherfield School.

ROTHERWICK

Basingstoke Gazette: Sharon Glen

9:44am Thursday 31st July 2014

VOX populi, vox dei: Come along and state your case to the Rotherwick county and district councillors this Saturday, from 10am-noon, at the Raven Hotel in Hook. There is a new planning application for land north of Cowfold Lane, planning no. 14/01494/FUL, adding three more houses to the agreed six affordable dwellings.

SILCHESTER

Basingstoke Gazette: Nancy Jones

9:40am Thursday 31st July 2014

WWI Commemorations: Tomorrow, there is an Edwardian Entertainment in the village hall from 8pm, by Silchester Players. Tomorrow & Saturday, “See, Bring and Tell” in the hall from 2pm.

SOUTH HAM

Basingstoke Gazette: Colin Regan

9:37am Thursday 31st July 2014

VOLUNTEERS required: The St Michael’s Hospice Shop, in Kings Road, is seeking volunteers for Saturdays. Just call in the shop and ask for an application form.

TADLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: David Leeks

9:31am Thursday 31st July 2014

LATE bus service to Tadley: As from today, every Friday and Saturday evening, for a trial period until April 2015, there will be a late bus service to Tadley from Basingstoke Bus Station leaving at 10.55pm, the railway station at 10.58pm, and Basingstoke hospital at 11.04pm.

The Latin Mass Society

Basingstoke Gazette:

9:46am Tuesday 29th July 2014

SUNG Vespers, outdoor procession and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament took place at St Joseph's Catholic Church, Basingstoke, on Sunday, July 27.

BAUGHURST

Basingstoke Gazette:

11:28am Thursday 24th July 2014

BAUGHURST Parish Council: Meets tonight, in Wolverton Village Hall at 7.30pm. All residents are welcome to attend.

BRAMLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Phyl Davies

11:24am Thursday 24th July 2014

FLOWERS and cream teas: Today, tomorrow and Saturday, at St James’ Church, from 10am to 5pm. Bramley and Romans Floral Society and the church flower arrangers team will present glorious displays on the theme God’s Wonderful World. Admission by donation.

BROOKVALE

Basingstoke Gazette: John Shaw

11:20am Thursday 24th July 2014

SUMMER Street dance classes: At the newly-extended Brookvale Village Hall, in Lower Brook Street. The 40-minute sessions take place on Wednesdays, from July 30 through to August 27, at 12.30pm, for those finishing school years R, 1 and 2, and 1.15pm, for those finishing years 3-6. Booking is essential. It’s just £4 per session – email laura@backbeatdance.com.

CHINEHAM

Basingstoke Gazette: Fiona Biermann

11:16am Thursday 24th July 2014

THE Summer Reading Challenge: Stating this month the challenge takes place every summer holiday. If you have children aged between four and 11, you are encouraged to get them to visit Chineham Library and sign up.

CLIDDESDEN

Basingstoke Gazette: Maz Pennington

11:13am Thursday 24th July 2014

THANK you: To all who were involved in the Cliddesden Players’ summer play – Laugh? I Nearly Went To Miami!

ELLISFIELD/FARLEIGH

Basingstoke Gazette: Jacqui Matthews

11:11am Thursday 24th July 2014

CAN-CAN dancers: Added the ‘ooh la la!’ to last Saturday’s Moulin Rouge-themed Summer Ball at Home Farm Barn, Farleigh. Congratulations to Emily Taplin and all who arranged this event, which raised more than £1,000 for Sebastian’s Action Trust at North Waltham and The Farleigh Club.

HATCH WARREN/BEGGARWOOD

Basingstoke Gazette: Terri Reid

11:07am Thursday 24th July 2014

DIGESTER news: A local resident reported last week that she had seen two tankers using the wrong route to the digester. Tamar has confirmed that the contractor was new to the delivery team and although the driver had been advised of the approved route, he was unfamiliar with the local road layouts. The new drivers have now been fully trained to use the correct routes. If anyone believes that they have seen digester traffic using the wrong routes or passing St Mark’s at school run times either let me know to pass on, or report via the following email address; Basingstoke@tamarenergy.com.

KEMPSHOTT

Basingstoke Gazette: Anne Court

11:04am Thursday 24th July 2014

BASINGSTOKE Horticultural Society: Will not be meeting at the village hall on Monday, but instead will be visiting Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants nursery.

OAKLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Georgina Grace

11:00am Thursday 24th July 2014

GET those walking shoes out: We are spoilt for choice on Sunday with a variety of Oakley walks. The Ramblers will be meeting at the school lay-by for 9.45am for a longer walk, while the Health Walk will meet in the afternoon at St John’s lay-by at 2.30pm for a walk of about an hour, which is suitable for people of all ages. Do go along to either of the walks if you can.

ROTHERWICK

Basingstoke Gazette: Sharon Glen

10:50am Thursday 24th July 2014

SCHOOL’S out for summer: Following the end-of-term festivities yesterday, the staff at Whitewater School wish all their students a good summer break and every success for the future to their leavers, who include Mrs Emma Floyd. They would like to thank her for all her help last term as interim headteacher. Watch out for new faces in September.

SHERFIELD

Basingstoke Gazette: Chris Horton

10:46am Thursday 24th July 2014

PARISH decisions: The parish council has agreed the Governance Review and should Taylor’s Farm want its own parish council, then Sherfield-on-Loddon Parish Council is happy to support that request. The Annual Allotment Competition winners were named. An independent judge from the Royal Horticultural Society awarded first place to Mrs Morse, with runners-up announced as Mr and Mrs Weller and Mr and Mrs Barnes. The next parish council meeting is on Wednesday, August 13, 7.30pm in the Liddell Hall.

SILCHESTER

Basingstoke Gazette: Nancy Jones

10:44am Thursday 24th July 2014

ROMAN Dig: Open daily (except Fridays) until August 16. Main open day this Saturday, 10am to 6pm.

SOUTH HAM

Basingstoke Gazette: Colin Regan

10:40am Thursday 24th July 2014

YOUTH Project: Summer Streetz is running over the school holidays from Monday, July 28 to Friday, August 29. There are free activities for 11 to 17-year-olds, and it is held from 6pm-9pm at Russell Howard Park Sports Pavilion. Just turn up and take part. For further details, please contact 464571.

TADLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: David Leeks

10:37am Thursday 24th July 2014

CONGRATULATIONS: To Adrian Noad, who I presented a Good Citizen award to in appreciation for all the voluntary work he has done for the community as a councillor and chairman of Tadley and District Community Centre.

Sue Smith reports on a special trip to Wincanton Racecourse as part of the Big Brownie 100th Birthday celebration

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1:23pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

We spent a year of preparation purchasing tickets, booking coaches, collecting money and getting the appropriate consent forms, making sure we had enough adults travelling with us.

BRAMLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Phyl Davies

10:59am Friday 18th July 2014

TEA at 3: On Sunday, Becky, Rita and Jeanette will be hosting a ‘Tea at 3’ fundraising event for St Michael’s Hospice at the Old School, Silchester Road, Bramley.

BRIGHTON HILL

Basingstoke Gazette: Carolyn Wooldridge

10:56am Friday 18th July 2014

NEW Brighton Hill Post Office Local: Is now open. After a long wait, I am pleased that the Post Office Local is now open in the refurbished One Stop shop, on Stanford Road.

BROOKVALE

Basingstoke Gazette: John Shaw

10:51am Friday 18th July 2014

BROOKVALE in Bloom Tea Party: Coming up on Saturday, July 26, at 2.30pm in Brookvale Village Hall.

CHINEHAM

Basingstoke Gazette: Fiona Biermann

10:47am Friday 18th July 2014

GRADUATES help Naomi House: As part of the graduate scheme at Vodafone, six graduates run the Naomi House charity store in Chineham  recently.

CLIDDESDEN

Basingstoke Gazette: Maz Pennington

10:43am Friday 18th July 2014

CLIDDESDEN WI: Met yesterday, at the village hall. Terri Reid gave a talk entitled ‘The 1940s Housewife’, and the competition was ‘Make Do And Mend’.

ELLISFIELD/FARLEIGH

Basingstoke Gazette: Jacqui Matthews

10:40am Friday 18th July 2014

CELEBRATION: Belles of St Martin’s celebrated at The Fox last Wednesday, following their participation in Basingstoke Festival of Choirs at The Anvil last Sunday.

HATCH WARREN/BEGGARWOOD

Basingstoke Gazette: Terri Reid

10:38am Friday 18th July 2014

FARLEIGH digester: There was a meeting recently of the Digester Liaison Panel. The operators reported that current operational use is generating around six traffic movements a day through Hatch Warren.

KEMPSHOTT

Basingstoke Gazette: Anne Court

10:36am Friday 18th July 2014

ANNUAL summer outing: There will be no Coffee Club today, at St Mark’s Church. Instead regular visitors are being treated to an annual summer outing. This year they will be going down to Southsea to spend the day at the seaside. This will be followed by fish and chips.

OAKLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Georgina Grace

10:23am Friday 18th July 2014

THE Dirty Bullet Band: Will be playing live at The Fox today. The music will start at 9pm and booking is not necessary unless you would like to reserve a table for dinner before the music starts.

OLD BASING/LYCHPIT

Basingstoke Gazette: Hazel Vanbergen

10:21am Friday 18th July 2014

TIME to remember: Saturday, August 2, sees the First World War commemoration event, from noon until 4.30pm at the Royal British Legion Club in Crown Lane.

PAMBER HEATH

Basingstoke Gazette: Mary Middleton

10:18am Friday 18th July 2014

ST LUKE'S Church: On Monday, August 4, at St Luke's Church, Pamber Heath, there will be a service of Thanksgiving and Peace at 10am, to remember all those involved with or who lost their lives in the First World War.

ROTHERWICK

Basingstoke Gazette: Sharon Glen

10:14am Friday 18th July 2014

DID you see...The Squirearchy arrive at the Coach and Horses last Saturday during the school fair in their very own stagecoach and four!

SHERFIELD

Basingstoke Gazette: Chris Horton

10:08am Friday 18th July 2014

HAPPY Faces Playgroup: Ended the summer term with a party for the children.

SILCHESTER

Basingstoke Gazette: Nancy Jones

10:01am Friday 18th July 2014

ROMAN dig: Is open daily (except Fridays) until August 16. One of the main open days is Saturday, July 26, from 10am to 6pm.

SOUTH HAM

Basingstoke Gazette: Colin Regan

9:58am Friday 18th July 2014

WESTSIDE Senior Citizens Club (55- plus): There are still places left for the club’s Caversham river trip on August 12. The trip costs £34.50, which covers the coach, three-hour boat ride, and refreshments. Contact Nicky on 464571 by July 25.

TADLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: David Leeks

9:56am Friday 18th July 2014

HELPING Hands: On Saturday, Helping Hands, in Franklin Avenue, is having a gift day for charities and organisations.

BAUGHURST

Basingstoke Gazette:

10:37am Friday 11th July 2014

TUESDAY Club: Meets on July 15, from 2pm to 4pm at Heath End Village Hall, for a friendly get-together with tea and home-made cakes.

BRAMLEY

Basingstoke Gazette: Phyl Davies

10:34am Friday 11th July 2014

SONGS of Praise: The organisers were happy when early heavy rain on June 29 changed to bright sunshine and a crowd of more than 100 gathered on Clift Meadow and joined in well-known hymns.

BROOKVALE

Basingstoke Gazette: John Shaw

10:31am Friday 11th July 2014

BASINGSTOKE Festival: There are more local things to enjoy over the last weekend of the Basingstoke Festival, which includes Basingstoke Live on Saturday and Sunday, from 1pm in the War Memorial Park, and street theatre in Festival Place, also both days, from noon to 3pm.






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