WIMPSON Old Boys (WOB) Scooter Club will be travelling through Sparsholt in one of its April ride outs.

The club will be meeting at the Plough Inn in Woodman Lane on Wednesday, April 5.

SPARSHOLT College celebrated the 50th anniversary of its Game and Wildlife course on Friday, March 24. The Gamekeepers Welfare Trust posted on Facebook: “One of the nicest things at Friday’s celebration of 50 years of Game and Wildlife at Sparsholt College was hearing former students and staff reminisce, and seeing their delight when they spotted themselves in a photo of the past.”

LITTLETON and West Hill Cricket Club is recruiting new players of any age above 13. The club wants team members for the upcoming season, with matches taking place every Saturday afternoon in the Hampshire league from early May to the end of August.

Pre-season sessions are taking place at Thornden School, in Chandler’s Ford, on April 5, 12, 19 and 26 at 7pm for potential members to trial and meet the team.

Home matches take place at the recreation ground off Hall Way. Each team has 16-18 fixtures a season, but players aren’t expected to be able to play in every match.

The club is therefore looking to increase the pool of players it can call on. For more information go to https://littletonandwesthill.play-cricket.com/web_pages/new_players_wanted.

LITTLETON and Harestock Parish Council is up for election in May, with three councillor positions in Littleton and eight in Harestock. The council is calling on people from all backgrounds and experiences who are passionate about the local area to put themselves forward.

Nominations must be submitted in person by Tuesday, April 4 and delivered to Winchester City Council. Booking an appointment is advised. To do so email email ereg@winchester.gov.uk or call 01962 848125.

For more information on the nomination process or the role of a councillor contact the parish clerk at clerk@lhpc.org.uk or 01962 886507.

The parish council is also inviting Littleton and Harestock residents to the Annual Parish Assembly to at Littleton Millennium Memorial Hall on Monday, May 15 at 7pm. The assembly will include a review the council’s work, a financial report from the clerk and reports from Winchester City and Hampshire County councillors. There will also be an open forum for residents to comment or ask questions.

The Annual Parish Council meeting will follow after the Assembly and residents are welcome to attend.

THE King Charles pub, in Kings Worthy, has teamed up with Unit 12’s Community Food Pantry in Winnall.

The pub, in Lovedon Lane, has crate out for visitors to leave their donated food items such as tinned or packet soup, tinned fruit and vegetables, pasta, rice, custard and cereal. The King Charles posted a call out for donations on Facebook saying it is “proud to be working with the food pantry”.

KINGS Worthy Parish Magazine is urging residents to “save the date” for a party for the King on the church green on Monday, May 8.

St Mary’s Church is hosting the bank holiday mini fete from 1-5pm for people to celebrate the King’s coronation.