THE Twyford litter pick is fast approaching. 
It will be held on March 16, from 10am. 
The group will be meeting at the front of Twyford Community Centre for litter bags and road allocation. 
Free tea, coffee and juice will be available. 
Further information from Trish on 01962 713488 or Vicki 07813508977. 

AN Owslebury church has set up a community choir.
St Andrew's Church will be running on Thursday evenings from 7.30pm-9pm.
No auditions or previous singing experience is required. They will learn a variety of songs including pop, folk and musical theatre. 
The first taster session is free, with additional sessions costing £7.50 a week and £10 a term for sheet music. 
For more information, email the choir leader on 

A HEALTH and wellbeing expo is being held in Twyford. 
The event is at Twyford Parish Hall on Sunday, February 25, starting at 11am. 
On the event's Facebook page, it said: “There are some phenomenal local small businesses showcasing their bespoke and unique products and services, from crystals, natural products, spiritual and mediumship readings amongst many others.
“There are refreshments available including vegetarian and vegan, with a fantastic selection of hot food too.”
Admission costs £2 with under 16s going free. There is also a free raffle ticket included. 

A SPRING makers market is coming to Colden Common in March.
It will be held at the community centre On Sunday, March 3 from 1pm-4pm.
There will be a wide range of stalls including local artists, printmakers, crafts, jewellery, ceramics, woodcraft and more.
Refreshments will be available. Entry costs 50p. 

COMPTON and Shawford's Festival Choir is holding a come and sing event featuring Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. 
It will be held on Sunday, February 25 at Colden Common Community Centre, with registration at 10.30am, ready to start at 11am. 
There will be a performance at 4pm for family and friends. 
For more information, email 

COLDEN Common Community Pantry is appealing for new donations.
They currently need tinned food, unopened packets of dry food, jars and cleaning items.
Pasta and rice is not popular, unless it's in a sachet or a tin. Tinned vegetables are not in demand except tomatoes. Personal hygiene items go very quickly. 
The pantry operates from Colden Common Community Centre. 
For more details, contact 

A NEW youth club is starting in Colden Common. 
It will be held at the community centre on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month, from 6.30pm - 8.30pm, starting on March 14. 
To start with, it will be open to year 7 and year 8 pupils only. 
A registration evening will be held on Thursday, February 22 from 6.30pm - 8.30pm. 

A TWYFORD church is hosting a soup lunch this weekend.
The lunch will be at St Mary's Church on Saturday, February 24, from 11am-2pm.
The traditional Lenten soup lunch is also an opportunity to admire and add to the church snowdrop display. 
The church is encouraging people to bring donations of snowdrops, cash to donate for the lunch and any spare food for Winchester Food Bank.  

ENTRIES have opened for the Compton 10k. 
The event will be held on Sunday May 19. 
Entries are open now by visiting The event will include a fete, supporting Compton School Association.