BISHOP'S Waltham firefighters have been at their temporary home for one year, as they wait to move to the new location.
Work on the new fire station has been continuing, with Bishop's Waltham Fire Station tweeting: "A year ago we moved into our temporary sight. Not long to go and we’ll be able to move into our new home."

A NEW cash machine has been installed inside the Co-op in Bishop's Waltham following the closure of the Lloyds bank.
A parish council spokesman said: "Since August, the parish council has requested that the two town centre supermarkets consider installing ATMs. We are delighted to now see the facility within the Co-operative Store and thank the managers and staff for their support of this community need. We hope Sainsbury’s will offer likewise in due course."

A BAR and band night is being held at Bishop's Waltham Junior School on March 3.
The event is starting at 7.30pm and is for over 18s only. 
It's raising funds for the Friends of Bishop's Waltham Junior School with tickets costing £8.50. The price includes a sharing graze table.
Tickets need to be booked by March 1, at 2pm, and can be bought from:

WICKHAM Community Centre is hosting a craft fair on March 25.
The event is free entry and will be held from 10am-2pm. 
It will be offering a variety of stalls including jewellery, waxmelts, home decor, baked goods and more.
More than 40 small businesses will have stalls at the craft fair.

MONEY was raised for the Meon Valley Lions at a recent fishing event.
In the group's newsletter, it said: “On Sunday January 22, 74 lines went into the water on Weston Shore for the 47th Ford Open Beach Fishing Festival.  
“A huge thank you to everyone who supported the event and despite there only being five fish caught, competitors stayed to the end for the raffle to help the Meon Valley Lions raise more money. This will be donated to Rose Road which will make a big difference to the children and young people they support.
“Congratulations to Pete Oates – 1st Prize, Red Zone and largest fish 1lb 1.5oz. Pete’s done a brilliant job organising the event for 30 years and this is his first win since 1991- well deserved; Gary O’Connor 2nd; Dave Beale 3rd, Ian Peake – White Zone; Gary Johnson – 5th.”

CURDRIDGE Amateur Drama Group (CADG) is getting ready to perform Home I’m Darling by Laura Wade.
With adult themes, this is quite a change from the Autumn production and shows how they also wish to provide their audiences with wide-ranging productions to cover all tastes. 
Home I’m Darling was awarded the Laurence Olivier Comedy award in 2019 when it was staged at the National Theatre.
Book now via Ticket Source which can be reached via the club’s website or phone 01489 895170. Tickets are £13 with an £11 concession for over 65 and under 16.
Performances start at 7.45pm on Thursday March 23, Friday March 24 and Saturday March 25.