Author Archives: Roger Nield MBE

About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.

Urgent: March Woking Veterans Drop-in date change!

Note that there has been a change of date for the March Woking Armed Forces Community Drop-In. it will now be on the fifth Thursday of March Details are:  Date:  Thu, 30/03/2016 Time:  10:00 to 13:00 Venue: Woking Football Club, The Laithwaite Community Stadium, Woking, Surrey GU22 … Continue reading

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Special Places – a bloggers view

Welcome to Part Two of my journey through a few of the places which have special meaning for me. Here’s Part One if you missed it, in which I picked out a few places from my childhood and career. In … Continue reading

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What was the Bonze Age

Reblogged from the fabulous Egham Museum – well worth a visit if you are up looking for bronze age history (just off the M25!) and doing the later Magna Carta, Kennedy and Air Forces memorials. There’s a National Trust tea … Continue reading

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A Fareham flint

Originally posted on Hampshire Archaeology:
Westbury Manor Museum at Fareham has just closed its doors for three or four months to allow a redisplay project to take place.  The past few weeks have seen the Curators of Art, Archaeology, Hampshire…

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Did you witness an assault in Church Crookham?

  Message sent by Jack Backwell (Police, Corporate Communications Officer, Hampshire Corporate Communications) We are appealing for witnesses after a man was assaulted in Fleet. At around 4pm on Sunday, January 22, the 68-year-old victim was driving on Bourley Road … Continue reading

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Cold Caller Alert! (and thats not a weather warning Hart folk)

Hampshire County Council’s Trading Standards Service is reminding residents to be alert to cold callers at the door.  Recent reports involve a cold caller purporting to be an officer from the Office of Fair Trading investigating a company that previously … Continue reading

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