Morning Briefing: Grandmother keeps collecting using near 70-year-old money box

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Grandmother keeps collecting using near 70-year-old money box FOR most a money box is something we have as a child to save our pocket money, but for Beryl Phillips it has become a near 70-year-old family heirloom.
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Plans for phone mast in Winchester withdrawn PLANS to erect a phone signal mast in Badger Farm have been withdrawn.
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Photographer captures city in lockdown for special project FOR many of us, lockdown life has involved only going out for essential shopping, our daily exercise or seeing what snacks we have to eat.
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Pair apply for license to sell wine from new vineyard A MEON Valley vineyard has applied for a licence to sell alcohol.
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City boxing club looks to update equipment – but needs your help WINCHESTER Boxing Club is seeking help to update its gym.
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Reader's letter: Dismay at councillor's warning of tip closures SIR: I read with dismay the article in last week's Chronicle, which suggested that the Hampshire Waste Recycling Centres (HWRC) may be closed if the public has the temerity to keep turning up to use them in such great numbers.
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Hampshire County Council heading for financial crisis CONCERNS have been raised over the financial future of a Hampshire council amid fears that the impact of Covid-19 could be “disastrous”.
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Reader's letter: Who are the real criminals - negative press or Cummings? SIR: Valerie Roberts (Chronicle, Letters, May 7) deplores our 'negative press', which, from her list, seems to be a very large proportion of it. Even so, there are plenty of news outlets that laud our government to the skies and simper over our Prime Minister's new baby. I recommend that those who agree with Mrs Roberts should read these exclusively, and remain in blissful ignorance of what is actually going on.
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Popular bar chain hoping to move into vacant city centre shop A BAR chain aims to move into Winchester in the space formerly occupied by Next on the High Street.
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Resident peregrine falcons to take first flights within the week WINCHESTER'S newest resident falcons are set to take their first flights within the week.
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