A small amount of alcohol was stolen from Iceland in Farnborough , following a break-in on Monday morning. Police were called to the supermarket in Queensmead in the early hours of the morning after someone forced their way in through a window.
This week's book reviews are for What not to do if you turn invisible by Ross Welford, and Knock Knock Dinosaur by Caryl Hart and illustrated by Nick East. Forty members have birthdays from February 22 to 28. Birthday members aged from two to five will receive a voucher for Farnborough Leisure Centre's soft play area, Adventure Reef.
St Edward Homes, part of the Berkeley Group, wants to build a development at the former Pyestock site , which it has now renamed Hartland Village. It showed its final draft plan to residents at displays in Fleet and Farnborough and Get Hampshire was there to ask residents what they thought of the plans.
After a shop in Farnborough suffered an unfortunate, yet hilarious, signage failure, we've taken a look back at some other incidents that have had us in stitches over the years. Eagle-eyed passers-by spotted the lights in the first three letters of one of the store's sign went out - leaving, well, you know.
The shops sold alcohol to a 16-year-old girl without asking for identification and were caught by police and the council Licensing officers from Rushmoor Borough Council have linked up with Hampshire Police to check on sales of alcohol to under age young people in Farnborough.
Weekend visitors to Aldershot will be happy to see the return of their favourite double act... a singing pensioner and his toy emu. Derek Asker, of Crowholt, Wrecclesham, is known locally as the Tuckwell Singer after serenading shoppers outside the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice shop in Union Street on Saturday afternoons for 25 years.
Shoppers in Princes Mead Shopping Centre in Farnborough were brought to a standstill on Saturday after a surprise flash mob was held to help raise money for the Comic Relief Appeal . The event, which also included a Valentine's Day themed craft stall, was organised by the Farnborough Central Townswomens Guild.
This week's book reviews are for A Busy Day for Birds by Lucy Cousins, and Saturdays at Sea by Jessica Day George. Twenty-eight members have birthdays from February 15 to 21. Birthday members aged from two to five will receive a voucher for Farnborough Leisure Centre's soft play area, Adventure Reef.
Hampshire County Council has recommended Farnborough College of Technology is merged with Guildford College in a fresh review in to further education in north and mid Hampshire. The review is part of the county council's efforts to lead a review of careers information provision arrangements for young people, to ensure they have access to high quality, independent and impartial careers information, advice and guidance.