Monthly Archives: May 2016

Farnborough To Mark Aviation Anniversary With Monolith

There are plans for the 150th anniversary of the first manned – controlled – sustained flight with a £15,000 monolith in Farnborough.  For more information please see Farnborough Aviation History Marked With Monolith Advertisements

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Sunday 5 June 2016 – Hart Wildlife Day Returns

On Sunday 5 June 2016 the Hart Wildlife Day returns between 11am and 3pm, at Fleet Pond Nature Reserve. There will be lots to see and do. For further information please visit Hart District Wildlife Day Returns

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New Chairman Of Hart District Council Has A Heart For The Vulnerable

Hart District Council has a new Chairman and a new Vice Chairman. The Chairman of Hart District Council is Mr Tim Southern and his Vice Chairman is Mr Gerry Crisp. Mr Southern has chosen two charities to raise money for … Continue reading

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Hampshire Alert – in Fleet

  Dear Residents, We are appealing for witnesses and writing to make you aware following the theft of a bag from an elderly resident while in Waitrose in Fleet. This occurred between 14:30hrs and 15:30hrs on 21/05/2016. While walking through the store persons unknown … Continue reading

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Run! Me? couch to 5k

I am not a runner. But I started about 18 months ago. I was lucky that my wife wanted to get fit and so ‘trainers on’ we would set off round the local woodland trails or roads. One of the strongest … Continue reading

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1,000 Signatures For Petition For Direct Bus From Fleet To Frimley Park Hospital

A petition for a Direct bus link between Fleet and Frimley Park Hospital has reached 1,000 signatures. For further information please click here 1,000 Signatures For Direct Bus Petition (Not only do I hope the petition is successful – I also … Continue reading

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Discovering English history – Salisbury, Stonehenge and London

Red brick houses, rich history, local Ale and sun – this is how I see England, and this was exactly how it welcomed us last weekend. In the need of city break – we booked spontaneous trip to Salisbury. This small town … Continue reading

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