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Covering: Twyford, Colden Common, Owslebury, Compton, Otterbourne and Hursley
4:33pm Monday 10th March 2014
2:00pm Friday 7th March 2014
RESIDENTS will be able to enjoy a spot of classical music when the Twyford Singers concert takes place this weekend. At St Cross Church at 7.30pm on Saturday, March 9, a rendition of the popular works of Vivaldi and Fauré aims to raise money for Southampton and Winchester Visitors Group (SWVG), which befriends and supports asylum seekers and refugees in the Southampton and Winchester areas. Tickets at £10, £7 for full-time students, and are available from Geoff Settatree. Please call him on 01962 712722 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets can also be bought from Annie Hibberd by calling 01962 713630.
9:58am Wednesday 5th March 2014
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1:00pm Thursday 27th February 2014
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THE HAMPSHIRE Parent Carer Network (HPCN) is to host an introductory meeting. On Monday, March 24, from 9.30am-11am at Shawford Parish Hall, parents and carers of a child or young person aged under 25 are welcome to the drop-in session giving people the chance to have a say on family services.
1:00pm Tuesday 25th February 2014
12:00pm Thursday 20th February 2014
THE COLDEN Common group set up to inform parishioners about the progress of Winchester City Council’s development plans will be assessing the development strategy for the last time. Commonview proposed a strategy to meet the housing target set out in the Winchester District Local Plan Part 1 (Joint Core Strategy).
4:50pm Saturday 15th February 2014
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4:00pm Thursday 13th February 2014
11:00am Thursday 13th February 2014
RESIDENTS in Colden Common are needed to come forward to assess potential amendments to ongoing development plans. In September, the local group known as Commonview proposed a develop¬ ment strategy to meet the housing target set out by the city council as part of Local Plan part one.
10:47am Wednesday 12th February 2014
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11:28am Saturday 8th February 2014
1:22pm Thursday 6th February 2014
WORK has begun to widen a public footpath in Colden Common. The pathway, which starts at the Rimjhim restaurant on the B3354 and heads towards Twyford, will be widened and resurfaced by Rocon contractors.
4:32pm Tuesday 4th February 2014
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3:05pm Sunday 2nd February 2014
1:00pm Friday 31st January 2014
10:00am Thursday 30th January 2014
VOLUNTEERS in Colden Common are being praised after tree surgery was agreed by the parish council. Bluebell Wood, a pocket of the parish which borders Pallet Close, Tees Green and Oak Tree Close, has been given some tender loving care after parish councillors agreed to carry out works in order to replenish the bluebell population.
10:12am Monday 27th January 2014
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3:52pm Friday 24th January 2014
CIVIC chiefs in Winchester have given the green light to a planning application from dog breeders in Wickham. Kay Smith asked permission to continued using land to the south of a house on Fontley Road.
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