Hampshire County, England Newswire (Page 6)

Hampshire County, England Newswire (Page 6)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Hampshire County, England. (Page 6)

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  1. Bell View could offer services at Crookham hallRead the original story

    Saturday | Berwick Advertiser

    The possibility of using Crookham Village Hall for wider community activities arranged and resourced by Belford-based charity Bell View has been discussed. Members of the hall's management committee recently met Bell View officials and discussed co-operating in a range of areas, including an extension of the hall's popular weekend soup and roll lunches to a year-round weekday equivalent, possibly on Wednesdays.

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  2. Police helicopter launched after raid on Southampton shopRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Echo

    RESIDENTS in Southampton city centre were woken up in the early hours after a burglary took place at a supermarket. A force helicopter was in the skies over Southampton after reports of a burglary at Aldi in Bevois Valley Road at about 3am yesterday.

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  3. PHOTOS: It's the weekend so where are the Hampshire parks named best in the country?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Echo

    Hinkler Green, Riverside Park, St. James Park and Central Parks in Southampton have all been given a Green Flag Award. Romsey War Memorial Park, Valley Park Woodlands Local Nature Reserve in Chandlers Ford and Rooksbury Mill Local Nature Reserve in Andover have also scooped the prestigious award.

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  4. Winchester City Council gives big grant to Winchester Cathedral...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Basingstoke Gazette

    WINCHESTER's civic chief is poised to make an A 80,000 grant to the cathedral towards restoring its priceless medieval Bible. The money would go towards the preservation and digitisation of the 12th century book, made in the cathedral in 1160-75, after it was commissioned by Henry of Blois, the Bishop of Winchester and grandson of William the Conqueror.

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  5. Teenager Morgan Driscoll, 14, could be in Chatham, Strood or...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Kent Online

    A teenage girl who has been reported missing could be in the area as she has links to Chatham, Strood and Gravesend. Officers say they are concerned for her welfare after she went missing from St Mary's Road, Stubbington, at about 9.40pm on Thursday, July 21. A spokesman for Hampshire Police said: "She was seen at Fareham train station at about 11pm on Thursday, but ran off when station staff saw her.

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  6. 'Don't jump': Police warn swimmers from diving into Hampshire riverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Daily Echo

    Officers say they have received a lot of reports of people jumping off the bridge at The Causeway in Romsey and into the River Test. They say jumping into the river and swimming in it near to the memorial park poses dangers as there is broken glass and old scrap metal at the bottom.

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  7. What to do in the school summer holidays in Basingstoke and DeaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Basingstoke Gazette

    THE school summer holidays have arrived, but are you wondering how to entertain your children for the next six weeks? Help is at hand with The Gazette 's handy guide to family fun over the summer, from free activities to one-off events, there's a whole range of ideas to keep you busy. If there is anything we have missed, please provide the details using the comments section below and we will add these to the list.

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  8. Burglar jailed for eight years after 47 burglariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Daily Echo

    The raids took place on homes in Fareham , Portsmouth, Bognor Regis, Waterlooville, Littlehampton, and Chichester between October and December 2014. A jury at Portsmouth Crown Court took four and a half hours to unanimously convict James, who lived at Mill Road Crescent, Chichester.

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  9. Arson investigation after blaze at Hampshire fortRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Daily Echo

    AN INVESTIGATION is underway after one of Hampshire's most ancient coastal forts was targeted by arsonists yet again last night. Firefighters were called to Fort Gilkicker at about 6.30pm after someone saw smoke billowing from one of the rooms of the abandoned Victorian fort.

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  10. PHOTOS: Celeb magnet hotel named best in BritainRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | Daily Echo

    Now a luxury Hampshire hotel celebrating its 50th anniversary has been named best in the country in a ceremony at which it collected a trio of top awards. Chewton Glen finished ahead of all its rivals, including Claridge's and The Dorchester, in the first ever Hoteliers' Hotel Top 100 list.

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  11. Delay to roadworks near Basingstoke hospital because of inaccurate informationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | Basingstoke Gazette

    The scheme in Popley is now complete, and the scheme in Aldermaston Road , which runs past Basingstoke hospital , will be fully open to traffic next week. But the completion of the Ringway scheme has been deferred because the underground high voltage utility cables were inaccurately mapped in the information supplied by the utility company during the design stage, resulting in the scheme design needing amendments.

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  12. Tributes paid to 'cheeky chappy' ConnorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | Basingstoke Gazette

    Connor Hepworth, 14, from Tadley, was cared for by staff at the paediatric unit at Southampton General Hospital after gallstones passed through his pancreas, causing internal damage. The Hurst Community College student was taken to Basingstoke hospital on June 1, two weeks after he turned 14, when he complained of stomach pains.

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  13. Fight begins to protect future of Irish Centre siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 16 | Basingstoke Gazette

    A CAMPAIGN to save the Irish Centre was unanimously backed by members of the Irish Society and residents at an extraordinary general meeting last Friday. The meeting was called after campaigners feared that as part of Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council 's Top of The Town redevelopment plan, the Irish Centre, in Council Road, Fairfields, would be demolished along with Basingstoke Carnival Hall Community Centre.

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  14. Patients are at risk of harm at Basingstoke surgery placed in 'special measures'Read the original story

    Friday Jul 15 | Basingstoke Gazette

    SERIOUS concerns have been raised about a Basingstoke GP surgery in a report issued by the Care Quality Commission , which has rated it as "inadequate". Crown Heights Medical Centre, in Alencon Link, has warned its patients that it cannot keep up with demand and is unable to recruit new doctors, after the damning report, published last week, said patients were at "risk of harm".

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  15. Driver jailed for killing grandfather in crash on the A339Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Basingstoke Gazette

    Tiberiu Miclea has been sentenced to 16 months in prison after admitting causing the death of Raymond Malyon by careless driving. Winchester Crown Court heard that 42-year-old Miclea, of Cornwall Road, Bordon, was driving a blue Honda Civic along the A339 at about 7.30pm on February 12 when the collision happened.

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  16. Charges may be brought in to use tips across HampshireRead the original story

    Friday | Portsmouth Today

    The move was revealed yesterday at a 'decision day' held by Cllr Rob Humby, who is responsible for environment and transport at the county council. He revealed that all 24 of the county's household waste recycling centres would be staying open - including the one on Hayling Island which had been threatened with closure.

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  17. Unemployment rises in Bournemouth for third month in a rowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Bournemouth Echo

    Poole saw the number of claimants rise for the second consecutive month, while East Dorset, West Dorset and Weymouth and Portland also saw their figures rise. The Department for Work and Pensions has stressed that unemployment has dropped drastically since 2010 and says the outlook is still positive.

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  18. Top three all win in Whitchurch LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Basingstoke Gazette

    Basingstoke Town 's Spades beat Hyde Abbey A 50-41, Howard Park beat Alton 54-41 and Oakley Buzzards beat Kingsclere Quails 65-35. The only other result saw Littleton Leopards put paid to the Andover's bid by 73 shots to 43, as Andover have played two matches more than those teams above.

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  19. IFA2 plans spark fears that aircraft at Daedalus would be affected by high voltage cablesRead the original story

    Friday | Portsmouth Today

    A Britten-Norman Defender aircraft flying over Portsmouth. In the upper right hand corner you see Daedalus Picture: Britten-Norman A prospective 500m electrical power station has raised more concerns due to the potential impact that its high voltage cables could have on an airfield.

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  20. Authentic 1850s gardens in Alverstoke given top award by national bodyRead the original story

    Friday | Portsmouth Today

    The green space is maintained by the Friends of Crescent Gardens so it can be enjoyed by neighbours in the area. Councillor Graham Burgess said: 'We are absolutely delighted to receive a Green Flag Award for the 12th year from Keep Britain Tidy.

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