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12:58pm Thursday 17th April 2014
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BASINGSTOKE Civil Service Retirement Fellowship: Their most recent meeting, at Brookvale Village Hall, had its guest speaker in full Yeoman uniform – just one of regular meetings on the first Wednesday of each month from 10am to noon.
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GOOD Friday Walk in Oakley: Once again all the churches in Oakley are united on Good Friday, to walk and pray together on the very significant day, meeting at 10am at Frome/Itchen Close play area, arriving at the Methodist Church for 11.15am for further worship and refreshments.
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PRAY silence: The Cross and the Nail, a meditation for Good Friday in words and music, will once again be taking place at Mattingley Church tomorrow at 2pm, based on the writings of the Bishop of Chelmsford and adapted by Tony and Wendy Heath.
12:06pm Thursday 17th April 2014
EVERGREENS: May says: “Our April meeting was an enjoyable talk by David Ogborn about his involvement in the formation and conducting of choirs. The next meeting is our birthday party and is on Monday, May 12.”
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8:36am Friday 4th April 2014
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KNIT for Peace: At their meeting on March 27, the Bramley Knitters decided to link with Knit for Peace, which matches knitters with good causes. Any knitting is accepted and the output keeps people warm. The knitting is distributed at home and abroad.
8:33am Friday 4th April 2014
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ALL the best: Good luck to pupils from our local Cranbourne Business and Enterprise College who are participating in a science club initiative using electronics and design skills to produce a Crème Egg vending machine – a truly “eggscellent” idea for all of us chocolate lovers!
8:30am Friday 4th April 2014
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TESCO trolleys: Dumped trolleys are an ongoing problem in Chineham. A local resident has had enough and has set up a Facebook page, ‘Tesco Trolleys Dumped in Chineham’, with photographs of the trolleys, in an attempt to shame Tesco into doing something about it.
8:25am Friday 4th April 2014
SATURDAY is a big day: The horticultural society’s Spring Show will take place at the village hall. Staging is from 9.20am to 10.40am, whereupon I suggest all participants head to the pub – see below. Public viewing of exhibits is from 2pm-3.30pm, with the awards presentation at 3.30pm.
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VALUATION Day with Thomas Plant: Next Tuesday, at Pamber Heath Village Hall, Thomas Plant, of Bargain Hunt and Flog It fame, will be at the hall, from 10am to 2pm, to give valuations on your antiques and collectibles.
10:55am Thursday 3rd April 2014
CLEANING up our act: Spring is sprung, the grass is riz, wondering when the annual village tidy-up is? You’re in luck, as it takes place this Saturday at 10am, meeting at the church, where equipment and refreshments will be provided by those nice folk at the parish council – always looking out for our interests!
10:52am Thursday 3rd April 2014
YOGA for golfers: There’s a free taster session on Thursday, April 10, at Sherfield Oaks, in the Conference Room from 6pm to 7.15pm. Suitable for men and women. Please call Jacqui Morris on 07539 432228 or email jacqui.morris28 @gmail.com to book your place.
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BLOOD donation clinic: Tomorrow, there is a blood donation clinic at the community centre, in Newchurch Road. Please phone 0300 123 23 23 for more information. You never know when you may need blood yourself!
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9:15am Friday 28th March 2014
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BROOKVALE Community Association meeting: The regular monthly committee meeting takes place at the village hall at 7.30pm on Thursday, April 3. On Tuesday, April 8, the same organisation’s development sub-committee meets in the hall, also at 7.30pm.
9:11am Friday 28th March 2014
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GREAT music: This Saturday, The Baker Boys will give the village hall a bit of jazz and swing. Doors open at 7.30pm, but I hear that it has sold out! If you are desperate for a ticket, contact Angie, on 475848, in the hope of a return or two.
8:58am Friday 28th March 2014
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CAN you help?: KANCARE (Kempshott NeighbourCare scheme) would welcome some more volunteers to transport local residents to hospital and other medical appointments, visit the housebound, or do anything a good neighbour would do.
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WESSEX Cancer Trust Spring Sale: The trust is holding a Spring Sale at St Andrew’s Church, Western Way, on Saturday, April 12, from 10am to 2.30pm. Enjoy home-made cakes, various stalls, bric-a-brac, many more stalls and a good selection of seasonal gifts. I would encourage you to attend as the charity supports cancer sufferers and their families in the Wessex area. YOUTH Theatre: The new youth theatre group is for age six to 19. The group meets every Friday, 5pm-7pm, during term time at Aldworth School, Western Way, and costs £5 a session. The session is split into two age groups of six to 11 and 11-19 and is for people of all abilities. Contact 07784 316731 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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10:19am Friday 21st March 2014
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BRAMLEY and Romans Floral Society: Met on March 6 in Sherfield Village Hall. The demonstration “A Load of Old Tate” by Mrs Cheri Mendis gave members an interesting view of the galleries with the sculptures in wood around which exotic flowers of protea and orchids were arranged.
10:15am Friday 21st March 2014
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10:11am Friday 21st March 2014