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  • Band still flying high

    AS A long-term member of '60s group The Yardbirds, Chris Dreja had a few aces up his sleeve when the band broke up for the first time - relying on his trusty ability as a photographer to make a living. read more

  • Kingsclere

    BUSY Bees summer fete: At the Scout Hut, Strokins Road, tomorrow, from 2pm to 4pm. read more

  • Pamber Heath

    BIBLE exhibition: Following on from The Bible exhibition, held this week in Pamber Heath Gospel Hall, a series of gospel meetings commence at the same venue on Sunday, and continue every evening at 7.45pm, up to and including Sunday, June 20. read more

  • Oakley

    SUMMER fayre: At Oak Lodge Nursing Home on Sunday, June 20. read more

  • Hook

    DON'T miss the Hartley Wintney Festival tomorrow: This will be the 13th festival and is run by Hart Rotary Club in association with Hook and Odiham Lions Club. read more

  • Hatch Warren

    SATURDAY Fun Club: The next children's Fun Club is on June 19, from 10am to noon, at the community centre. read more

  • Ellisfield/Farleigh

    WHAT a weekend: Farleigh looked at its very best for the Carriage Driving Trials. read more

  • Cliddesden

    COFFEE morning and whist drive: On Monday, there is a coffee morning in the Millennium Village Hall, from 10.30am until noon, and on Thursday, there's a whist drive, starting at 7.15pm, also in the hall. read more

  • Godfrey notches up 50 years' service

    EASTLEIGH Tory group leader Godfrey Olson is to notch up an amazing half-century of service on the council following his re-election to the authority last night. read more

  • Chineham

    PARISH council: The next meeting is on Monday. read more

  • Brookvale

    LAST Saturday: At 3Cs coffee morning in the village hall, several members of the new committee acquainted themselves with this monthly social. read more

  • Brighton Hill

    JUMBLE sale at Brighton Hill Community Association: On May 22, the jumble sale, organised by older people raised £92. Well done to everyone. read more

  • Oakridge/South View

    OAKRIDGE Centre: A new site office has now been set up just within the car parking area of the Oakridge Centre. read more

  • Rotherwick

    IT MUST be fete! A lot is happening all around us this week, starting with our neighbour Hartley Wespall's summer fete on Sunday, from 2pm, on The Green. read more

  • Sherfield-on-Loddon

    VILLAGE of the Year: Representatives from village groups and activities were at the hall last Saturday, when judges from "Hampshire Village of the Year" came to make their assessment. read more

  • Anniversary show

    BASINGSTOKE Male Voice Choir (BMVC) returns to the Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke, this month with a very special event in its 40th anniversary year. read more

  • Banbury travel to the Bounty

    BASINGSTOKE and North Hants face a big weekend starting tomorrow with the visit of Banbury in the Home Counties League, before they make the trip to Cheam on Sunday in the second round of the Evening Standard Cup. read more

  • Football fans warned the roads to victory are lethal

    FOOTBALL fans heading to the Euro 2004 Championships should be extra-careful if they plan to drive in Portugal, which is top of the European road death league, warns The AA Motoring Trust. read more

  • Yoann helps French to glory

    SAINTS youngster Yoann Folly has emerged as a star of the Toulon Tournament. read more

  • Fantastic event

    Sir.-The charity ice hockey game between the Cougars and New York Blue Liners was fantastic, and we had a good turnout. read more

  • Unconvinced over lollipops

    Sir.-I believe that giving clubbers a lollipop to suck when leaving clubs and bars, to divert their alcoholic minds from violence, could have a detrimental effect on their health. read more

  • Call for cost to be addressed

    Sir.-I write further to the letter in last Friday's Gazette, from S Brown, regarding the cost of the all-in-one ticket for the steam show and Milestones museum. read more

  • County runs safety scheme

    Sir.-Re: "Speed limits will not work" (Friday Gazette, May 28). read more

  • Disabled car parking fury

    Sir.-I wish to register my reaction to having to pay for disabled car parking at Basingstoke hospital. read more

  • Tadley

    TREACLE fair: Last Sunday was truly a magnificent day. read more

  • Silchester

    FETE: Tomorrow, from 1pm, but you can buy your barbecue lunch from 12.30pm. read more

  • Bramley

    CMS and church summer fair: Please remember the changed date - Saturday, July 17, from 2pm to 4pm. read more

  • Election day dirty tricks allegation

    AN alleged dirty tricks campaign ahead of today's election result could see two bitter political rivals end up face-to-face in court. read more

  • Winchester looking for Rich pickings from BAT

    WINCHESTER City have revived their interest in BAT frontman Richard Gregory. read more

  • Kemp aims for more goals

    PLAYER-manager Graham Kemp is hoping an injection of frontline pace will hasten Brockenhurst's rise up the Sydenhams Wessex League. read more

  • New rugby deals for club sponsors

    BASINGSTOKE RFC's two major backers are renewing their vital support in sponsorship deals that will deliver a substantial five-figure financial boost to the club. read more

  • Stadium hosts law seminar

    THE LATEST developments in employment law were explained at a packed seminar in Saints' St Mary's Stadium. read more

  • In Port

    Today's Principal Arrivals: Patriot, vehicle, 0100, 40; Berit L, general, 0330, 102/3; Nedlloyd Oceania, container, 0330, 205; Nobleza, ro/ro, 0430, 202; CFF Solent, ro/ro, 0530, 25 link; Autofreighter, ro/ro, 0730, 201; Montlhery, ro/ro, 0730, 203; Jingu Maru, vehicle, am, 34/35; Emerald Highway, vehicle, 1230, 101; Global Leader, ro/ro, 2030, 43; Cap Polonio, container, tba, 204. read more

  • Specialist treatment for sporting injuries

    AS WE all try to maintain healthy active lifestyles, sports medicine is becoming an increasingly important care technique. read more

  • Baird aims to pile the pressure on Eastleigh!

    FORMER Dell striker Ian Baird is helping to spread the word for Havant & Waterlooville in the 'enemy' camp of Southampton. read more

  • Winchester looking for Rich pickings from BAT

    WINCHESTER City have revived their interest in BAT frontman Richard Gregory. read more

  • Exeter boss: I'll give City skipper a chance

    EXETER CITY boss Eamonn Dolan is set to take a closer look at Winchester City skipper Danny Smith -- after the tough-tackling midfielder wrote the Grecians' chief a letter. read more

  • Kemp aims for more goals

    PLAYER-manager Graham Kemp is hoping an injection of frontline pace will hasten Brockenhurst's rise up the Sydenhams Wessex League. read more

  • Baird aims to pile the pressure on Eastleigh!

    FORMER Dell striker Ian Baird is helping to spread the word for Havant & Waterlooville in the 'enemy' camp of Southampton. read more

  • Jump Dance Festival

    THE latest offering from The Point in Eastleigh is a dance extravaganza, which will involve up to 5,000 people in dances, workshops and audiences. read more

  • Lib Dems in control but Tories gain seats

    SOUTHAMPTON'S Conservatives were celebrating today after stealing two council seats from Labour and the Liberal Democrats in the city's local election. read more

  • Vital surgery goes well for Josh, 12

    A CRUCIAL transplant operation aimed at saving the life of a 12-year-old Hampshire boy has gone smoothly, doctors say. read more

  • Tory steal

    THE Conservative Party has strengthened its stranglehold on Fareham Council after stealing three seats from the Lib Dems and keeping Labour frozen out. read more

  • Isle of Wight Festival

    TODAY sees the start of the sixth Isle of Wight Festival, even though the first was all the way back in 1968. read more

  • Power in the Park: Javine

    STRANGLEY, it's the losers of television talent shows who seem to be the winners, with the success stories of Lemar, Liberty X and now Javine. read more

  • Fun in the sun

    IT was a dream come true for hundreds of Hampshire children as they enjoyed an all-expenses-paid trip to Paultons Park. read more

  • Claim a share in £10,000

    A LITTLE extra cash would make their dreams come true. read more

  • Enjoy a sea trip and save wartime vessels

    PEOPLE are being given the opportunity of a trip on the Solent while helping to protect the future of a priceless collection of wartime vessels. read more

  • Victory for common or garden sense!

    A PENSIONER, whose efforts to bring a splash of colour to his street every year were under threat from a council ban, is today celebrating a victory for common sense after officials backed down. read more

  • City leads the great getaway

    SUN, sea, and sangria. The people of Southampton want it - and they want it up to five times a year. read more

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