HOLY Trinity Pop-up Café will be returning to Victoria Hall, Sutton Scotney on Wednesday, April 10.

The café will be raising money for 7-year-old Stefan, so his family can acquire an autism assistance dog. Stefan was diagnosed with autism when he was four and has just qualified to have an autism assistance dog through 'Autism Dogs Charity. His mum, Emily, has 6 months to raise the required £10,000. The total at present is just over £2,000.

The café will be serving home made cakes and cookies, alongside tea and coffee.

THE Gratton Trust is holding a car boot sale on Saturday, April 20.

The event will take place at The Gratton, Sutton Scotney. Under 16s will be able to get in for free, while the adult entrance fee is 50p. Refreshments will be available throughout the day.

The sale will open to customers from 10am, while those who are selling are being asked to arrive from 9am. Spaces for those selling from cars will cost £7.50, while spaces for vans cost £10. Book in advance to guarantee your space by emailing grattoncarboot@gmail.com.

ST MARY’S Church, in Micheldever, is hosting a plant sale and coffee morning on May 24.

Running from 9.30am to midday in the churchyard, attendees will be able to enjoy coffee, homemade cakes, biscuits, and bacon sandwiches.

SCOTS Tots, the Sutton Scotney baby and toddler group, is hosting a lunch club at the Warren Centre, Micheldever Station, on Tuesday, June 4.

Taking place from 11.30am to 12.45pm, families will be invited to bring their own sandwiches and enjoy lunch together. Unlimited hot drinks, fruit and maybe a cake or two will be on offer.

Spaces must be prebooked to cover the cost of the venue hire; they cost £5 per family/childminder. All money raised will go towards another lunch club meeting and the running of Scots Tots.

SOUTH Wonston Village Cinema will be holding a screening of Scrapping on Saturday, April 20.

The film stars Lola Campbell and Harris Dickinson and follows 12-year-old Georgie, who lives by her wits end following the death of her mother. Avoiding social services, her life is turned upside down when her estranged father suddenly arrives.

Two screenings will take place at South Wonston Village Hall – a matinee at 2.30pm and an evening showing 7.30pm. Tickets cost £15 each and can be purchased from the door. The cinema is cash only. Tea, coffee and ice cream will be available during the interval.

DEVER Valley Local History Society is hosting a talk on Winchester Prison on Tuesday, April 30.

The talk is being given by Liz Kavanagh, the editor of Winchester Magazine and author of Doing Time, 175 Years of Winchester Prison. It will be held at Northbrook Village Hall in Micheldever. The talk will start at 8pm.

Tickets cost £4 and can be purchased at the door.