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As part of its commemorations of the 100th anniversary of the First World War, Rmsey’s Abbey United Reformed Church has been focussing on issues of war and peace. On Saturday, October 4, he church is staging a “Concert for Peace” featuring local performers and a variety of music.
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Major General Patrick Cordingley has not ridden a horse for the last 10 years but tomorrow (Saturday) he will be back in the saddle in front of thousands of people as he takes the salute on horseback for the closing ceremony of the Romsey Show.
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ORGANISERS are promising entertainment for everyone at Romsey’s Beggars Fair this Saturday (July 12) Chairperson of tomorrow’s free summer music festival Delsia Bartlett said this year’s show had a wide-range of acts that would appeal to young and old alike.
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Romsey Decorative and Fine Arts Society are delighted to welcome Peter Medhurst and his colleague, Philip Salmon, to the United Reformed Church on Thursday (July 10) for an evening entitled The Course of True Love.
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It was a case of cowering cornets and trembling trombones in Timsbury this week as Darth Vader dropped in on Michelmersh Silver Band’s rehearsal for their festival g concert. The menacing light-sabre wielding (and tuba-toting) visitor from the Dark Side put in an unannounced appearance, much to the surprise of players Katie Topp and Connie and Meg Boler, as band members busily rehearsed the theme from Star Wars.
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WITH 30 different venues for the 100 plus events being held during the forthcoming Romsey Festival, organisers have been able to spread the festival across a large part of southern Test Valley, writes festival chairman, Dick Hewett.
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HOUGHTON is holding its annual flower festival at All Saints’ Church tomorrow (June 14) between 2pm and 6pm. The garden of the Old Rectory next door will also be open to visitors. Entry is £4 and all money raised will go towards the upkeep of the church.
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Serving and retired police officers and staff are taking part in the Band of Hampshire Constabulary’s first-ever concert in Romsey Abbey at 7.30pm next Friday (June 20). Cash raised at the Midsummer Duty Calls Concert will be shared between the Countess Mountbatten Hospice and Naomi House Children’s Hospice, as well as the band.
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