Planning enforcement officers will not work weekends, despite calls from councillors Man fined for threatening police officer and ordered to get help for his alcohol problem. Pub chef downloaded over 4, indecent images of children due to a 'lack of purpose' 1. Reader's letter: Pointless consultation over new buildings on Braxton House site 3. Yobby teens and too much dust: Ridiculous reviews for Hampshire beauty spots.
Last chance to see Marwell's Lego predators. Theatre Royal swings open doors for first time since lockdown for Green Week. Reader's letter: Vowing to challenge government's "power grab" on planning 1.
Primary school to close after coronavirus outbreak. Tribute paid to architect who saved Peninsula Barracks from demolition 2. Coronavirus in Winchester: the numbers are accelerating upwards. Staff member tests positive for coronavirus at Winchester school.
Bus driver interviewed after bus roof ripped off and three children injured. Death of teenager accused of mother's murder 'not suspicious', police say. Driver convicted of being in charge of vehicle whilst over the drink drive limit in Winchester 5. Work starts at Bishop's Waltham depot after 17 months of it being vacant. Reader's letter: Action needed as more floods expected amid climate crisis 3. Partners now able to attend maternity appointments as Covid guidelines change.
Meon Valley MP to ask for no change to small brewery fund as it will cause 'devastation'. PM reconfirms that new hospital will not be built in Winchester 7. New cases of coronavirus continue to rise sharply in Winchester district. Teenager due to stand trial for murdering his mum has been found dead. Demands to know just who was driving car in crash that killed year-old student. Five fines issued by Hampshire police for coronavirus rule-breaking in past month. Diocese of Winchester welcomes 17 new members of clergy 1.
Greene King confirms plans to close dozens of pubs and cut about jobs. Once a secret base for Churchill, four-bed Old Droxford Station is on the market. Reader's letter: More thought needed if cycling is the way forward for Winchester WI celebrates years since its formation but not as expected.
Reader's letter: It would be refreshing to have positive letters 3.
Winchester law firm shortlisted for highest industry accolade 1. Guildhall to hear court cases as Government confirms locations for Nightingale Courts 1. Dealer who tried to smuggle drugs into Boomtown in food packets avoid prison sentence 2. Development continues at meadow — four months on from initial council enforcement 8.
Nearly families in Winchester hit by a cap in their benefits during Covid crisis 6. Some of the group became hesitant, one even wrote a letter anonymously to a friend, Lord Monteagle to keep away from the Houses of Parliament on the 5th November. This letter reached the King, who made plans for his forces to stop the plot happening. Guy Fawkes was in the cellar of the Houses of Parliament when authorities came in the early morning of 5th November. He was caught, tortured and executed.
If you would like to go out to firework displays or attend other social functions but feel unable to, then Everycare are here to help. We can escort people to social events or assist in getting ready and transport arrangements to and from the venue. This March, the team at Everycare hosted a speed dating event for the over 65s at the Discovery Centre in Winchester.
We would like to thank all of those who attended and helped to make the event a great success. Local over 65s had the chance to meet new people and form new friendships, whilst enjoying tea, coffee and delicious cakes that were kindly made by our members of staff.
the history and heritage with in Winchester, Hampshire? Our speed dating single events give you the opportunity to date numerous single people in one night. HAMPSHIRE'S NEWEST SPEED DATING COMPANY On a normal speed dating event, you would meet up to 20 dates with each date lasting no longer than 4.
As they left they were asking when the next event would be, so I think they enjoyed it! We understand the importance of meeting and talking to likeminded people, so it was lovely to have the opportunity to meet you all. We hope to see you again soon! The event is on Wednesday 18th March from pm at the Winchester Discovery Centre, we hope to see you there!
If the answer is yes, then head to our speed dating event for over 65s on Wednesday 18 th March at the Winchester Discovery Centre.
Meet new people in your community, whilst enjoying some tea, coffee and cake. The event will run from pm and is completely free. Please check your tickets, as mistakes cannot always be rectified. Occasionally, events are cancelled or postponed by the promoter, team, performer or venue for a variety of reasons. If the event is cancelled, please contact us for information on receiving a refund from the responsible party.
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