A “TEA and Fizz Garden Party” will take place this summer in Itchen Abbas. There will be a raffle at this event at Itchen Abbas and Avington Village Hall on Thursday, August 15. Tickets are £17.50 and anyone interested should contact Cynthia Mariner at cynthiaannmariner@icloud.com.

THE King Charles pub in Kings Worthy is hosting its annual music festival on Friday, July 12. Opening at 5pm is Matt O’Neil, followed by The Scheme at 7pm and closing is “the UK’s most entertaining ska revival show”, Badness. The bar will be stocked with local ales and ciders.

BOUNCE Winchester is holding three classes at Tubbs Hall in Kings Worthy. The trampoline-based sessions are designed to make exercise fun. Taking place every Monday from 7pm until 7.45pm, Tuesday from 6.30pm until 7.30pm and Saturday from 9.30am to 10.30am. For more information or to book visit bookwhen.com/winchesterbounce.

A CLASSICAL music concert will take place in Stockbridge on Saturday, July 5. It features Stile Antico, who will be performing at St Peter’s Church at 7.30pm. Entitled “A Garden of Delights”, the concert will feature early vocal music. Tickets are £20 or £5 for under-18s, and are available at stockbridgemusic.uk or on the door.

THE Worthys music festival returns this year to Eversley Park, Kings Worthy. Promising to be “bigger and better than before”, the event will take place on September 14. The local bands performing will include Flaxen Hill, Dave and We’re Not Worthy. Ukulele music, jazz and classical are a few of the genres on offer, with The Hyde Quartet set to “posh it up” between the more lively acts. Alfred’s Brewery will provide beer and there will be street food along with an array of refreshments. The Winchester Sport and Social Club will also open its bar to the public. For kids, there is facepainting and a “Fun Dog Show”. Entry is free. For more information, contact Councillor Jane Rutter at jrutter@winchester.gov.uk or on 07766 431244.

A FRIENDLY, informal “movement class” is held every Monday in Crawley Village Hall. Sessions begin at 1.15pm and last for 90 minutes. Entry is £10 and there is no need to book more than one session at a time. For more information, visit mindfulmovement.org.uk.

AN illustrated talk telling the story of a young paratrooper during the Falklands War is being held at Littleton Millenium Memorial Hall on Saturday, July 27. Peter Osbourne, a Falklands veteran, will recount his experience and donate the money raised to Combat Stress, a veterans' mental health charity. The event will begin with drinks and nibbles at 5pm, with the talk beginning at 5.30pm. Tickets are £12 and the deadline for reserving a place is July 19. For payment information, contact ppellereau@gmail.com or call 01962 733107.

A “NON-PSYCHIC ‘Psychic’ Show” will be held at The Worthys Jubilee Hall on Friday, October 24. An exploration of magic, escapology, mentalism and other performance skills, the show is designed to appeal to sceptics and believers alike. It is also a historical study of fraudulent mediums, from Victorian frauds to modern forms of trickery. For more information or to buy tickets, visit ticketsource.co.uk and search for “The Non-Psychic ‘Psychic’ Show”.

A NEW business offering speech and language services has opened in The Worthys. Worthy Communication Winchester is run by Georgina Judd, an independent specialist speech and language therapist. She offers speech & language therapy services across the county to children and adults in their own homes. For more information, visit worthycommunication.co.uk.

YOU can get local farm-produced milk delivered to your door by Cross Valley Milk in Kings Worthy. The delivery service is free of charge. Alternatively, you can go to the farm on Lovedon Lane to pick up fresh milk and cream. For more information, visit crossvalleymilk.co.uk.