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  • Students have their say on issue of war

    SENIOR students at a New Forest College have had their say on the Iraq war - but they didn't play truant and they didn't stage any angry demonstrations. The students at Applemore College near Hythe took their concerns to principal Frank Callaghan and

  • Boy (13) attacked

    A 13-year-old boy was punched while crossing playing fields at Stanmore, Winchester. His attacker was a male aged 17 to 18, and threw the punch in what police describe as "an intent to rob". The victim was crossing the field near the Carroll Youth Centre

  • Gallipoli recalled

    At a time when young lives are at risk in the Middle East, young lives of an earlier generation were being remembered at Winchester College. Forty-five members of the Gallipoli Association gathered with their chairman, Capt Christopher Fagan and his wife

  • Chesapeake Mill to be sold

    IT was built with timbers from a frigate captured when Great Britain and the United States were last at war. Now Wickham's Chesapeake Mill is on the market. Hampshire County Council, which has owned it since 1998, is looking for a buyer to redevelop the

  • Lotto aids museum

    The trustees of the Worthy Down-based Adjutant General's Corps Museum have been awarded £235,000 by the Heritage Lottery Fund for their new museum in the guardroom of Peninsula Barracks, Winchester. The 19th century building has recently undergone an

  • Rough start to new car park scheme

    Traffic queues built up in Winchester on Monday as motorists waited in line outside car parks to use new payment systems. Drivers are having difficulty adjusting to the new pay on foot system introduced to Chesil Street and Tower Street car parks. They

  • Riot of spring colour

    The John Pearson Hall was ablaze with colour on Saturday for Alresford and District Horticultural Society's spring show. The daffodils, in all shades of yellow, through to white, with dashes of orange, dominated the room, although there was much more

  • Motor Show saved

    The Hampshire Chronicle is to take over the running of the Winchester Motor Show. Its future was in doubt after the decision not to run any more Winchester Shows - where motor dealers had traditionally exhibited. It is likely to be held at The Garrison

  • Court service celebrates tenth birthday

    The Witness Service at Winchester Crown Court celebrated its 10th birthday on Thursday. The organisation is an off-shoot of the charity Victim Support. Volunteers help witnesses and their families by explaining court protocol and procedure and offer emotional

  • Gun amnesty

    Winchester police are hoping to see a flood of illegal weapons into their station this month, during the first national gun amnesty in seven years. Hampshire Constabulary is supporting the amnesty, called "Get guns off the streets", even though the county

  • Vital role of carers

    An innovative partnership between the Mid-Hampshire PCT and Princess Royal Trust for Carers was launched this week. It is aimed at recognising and supporting informal carers in their role in participating in the medical care of those they care for. Although

  • Sea Angling: First past the post!

    Martin Butcher, a 46-year-old postman from Cowes, stamped a first class performance on the Allan's Marine Open at Southsea. He won £1,000 after licking the 200-strong quality field. Butcher, a member of West Wight AC, was pegged in the fancied A Section

  • Sun Hill shows such excellence

    Ofsted inspectors almost ran out of superlatives when they compiled their report on Sun Hill Infant School, Alresford. In the four-page summary alone, they use the word, "excellent", 17 times to describe different aspects of school life. Lead inspector

  • It all adds up to success

    Maths students from Peter Symonds' College were thrilled to beat rivals, Winchester College and King Edward V1 School, in a Maths Problems Drive at Southampton University. The 30 students were split into groups of five by staff from the university mathematics

  • Nine-year-old excluded from school

    Is he the villain or the victim? That's the argument raging between the parents of a nine-year-old boy and staff at his school. For the fourth time in six months, Peter Smith has been excluded by Weeke Primary School, Winchester, for fighting - and this

  • Developer rapped for discrepancies

    A developer whose slogan is "Live your dream well" is causing a headache for residents - and for planners - at Bishop's Waltham . Five luxury houses built by Berkeley Homes in Winchester Road - sold at prices starting around £155,000 and already occupied

  • Kebab plan spiked

    Winchester planners were set to skewer a kebab house move to extend its opening hours. Hanifi Edebali wanted to open Winchester Kebab House, in Stockbridge Road, to 12.30am, Monday to Thursdays, and to 1am on Friday and Saturdays. Planners were poised

  • Waiting times in spotlight again

    Waiting times at the Royal County Hospital, Winchester, have come under the spotlight yet again. Figures published by the Winchester and Eastleigh NHS Trust show the hospital is making "significant progress" with waiting lists for some patients, but falling

  • Henry Beaufort winning again

    Pupils of Henry Beaufort School, Winchester, have proved their winning ways in court again. Their performance in a Hampshire heat of the Magistrates' Court Mock Trial competition, in Fareham Court House, has won them a place in the regioinal final to

  • Roadside speed cameras up and running

    Fixed roadside cameras - six in Hampshire, seven in Portsmouth, three in Southampton and three on the Isle of Wight - go live on Monday. Called safety cameras, they are all located at notorious accident blackspots. For that reason, too, the police want

  • A34 closed

    Both lanes of the A34 road, west of Kings Worthy, were closed just after 7am yesterday after a van carrying swimming pool chlorine was left on its side after a crash. The chemical was inside metal drums, none of which leaked after the accident. Leading

  • Biker killed

    Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal collision on the Old Stoke Road, Stoke Charity, Winchester on Monday night. The accident happened at 7.25pm at the junction with East Stoke Farm. A blue and white Honda NSR250 motorcycle, ridden by 18-year-old

  • War: Waiting worst for parents

    A former Army colonel whose daughter is in Iraq says waiting to hear from her is "a hundred times worse than me being there". Lieutenant Colonel John Clutson, from Kings Worthy, near Winchester, has not heard from his daughter, Monica (26), since March

  • MP warns of deepening crisis

    After a week of heavy bombardment of several key cities by coalition forces Winchester MP Mark Oaten has voiced his fears about the growing humanitarian crisis in Iraq. He says securing areas in the south of the country so that vital aid convoys can get

  • In Port

    Today's Principal Arrivals: Angela J, container, 0130, 205E; Hamburg Express, container, 0245, 207; Aurora, cruise ship, 0500, 106; CCNI Arauco, container, 0700, 204; Asian Dynasty, ro/ro, 0730, 40; Takasao, vehicle carrier, 0930, 34/35; Otello, vehicle

  • Cancer sufferers to sail with Ellen

    Isle of Wight yachtswoman Ellen MacArthur has announced two sailing trips in the Solent for children with cancer this summer. The trips are part of the Ellen MacArthur Trust set up to support, empower and enliven young people suffering from cancer and

  • Lancs mess won't happen here - John

    John Crawley will put the worst episode of his career firmly behind him when he leads Hampshire into the new season. Crawley's last experience of county captaincy ended in acrimony but the former Lancashire skipper is adamant that there is no chance of

  • Totton in hot water over cup semi-final line-up

    AFC TOTTON have been severely warned by the Hampshire FA for fielding Gareth Byres when he was already serving a suspension. Byres, who has been handed an additional 14-day ban as a result, played against Wimborne Town in a Wessex League Combination Cup

  • Eastleigh will have to wait for promotion

    EASTLEIGH should find out this Friday if improvements to their Ten Acres ground have got the green light from the Dr Martens League. But the newly-crowned Jewson Wessex League champions will not know officially if they have been promoted until May 8 when

  • Tickets for the boys - thanks to Justin

    Three young golfers from the North Hants Club in Hampshire are heading for the Masters this week - courtesy of best pal Justin Rose. Brothers George and Richard Porter and Paul McDonnell couldn't believe their good fortune when Rose invited them out to

  • City's cruise ship trade moving into top gear

    The port of Southampton's record-breaking 2003 cruise ship season moves into gear with the return of the 76,152-ton Aurora to the docks today. This is big business for Southampton as in the coming months well in excess of 200 separate calls will be made

  • Steam buffs are chuffed to bits

    HOPES are running high that one of the most famous steam locos in the world could be on track for an emotional return to the main line later this year. Members of the Eastleigh Railway Preservation Society are currently waiting for the return of the boiler

  • Motson delight for Lymington

    BBC commentating legend John Motson was just one of an "overwhelming" entry for the second Lymington RNLI 10k event at the weekend. 'Motty' found time in his hectic diary to compete in the race, which was held in perfect conditions. Organisers were stunned

  • Housing fears as pub closure nears

    A Sarisbury pub is to close amid fears it could be sold off for housing. The Sarisbury on Bridge Road is set to close after owners The Laurel Pub Company put it up for sale. Negotiations are already under way with a property developer firm, a move that

  • OFF TO LONDON

    THEY'RE OFF. Taking all 32,000 signatures with them, coach loads of campaigners took their protest against an asylum seeker centre at Lee-on-the-Solent to London today. In the cool spring sunshine, councillors, action group members and residents boarded

  • Review: Classics with corny flavour

    The Hollies, Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth APART from America's Beach Boys, Manchester's Hollies were the band The Beatles admired most - for their harmonies, musicianship and professional panache. The Beatles split up in 1970. The Hollies are now on

  • Fabulous support for live export campaign

    EASTLEIGH MP David Chidgey is agreeing with actress Joanna Lumley that it would be absolutely fabulous to end the export of live animals. Mr Chidgey met the Ab Fab star in Parliament in support of Compassion in World Farming's (CWF) campaign for meat,

  • Cancer sufferers to sail with Ellen

    Isle of Wight yachtswoman Ellen MacArthur has announced two sailing trips in the Solent for children with cancer this summer. The trips are part of the Ellen MacArthur Trust set up to support, empower and enliven young people suffering from cancer and

  • Parking uproar firm is ready to move on

    THE boss of a Southampton van hire firm facing having to move premises following complaints by residents has insisted the company was transferring to a new site anyway. City council chiefs were today due to issue a cessation of trade notice on Contract

  • Scooters grabbed in raid on warehouse

    THIEVES made off with around £36,000 worth of electric scooters during a raid on a warehouse. Bosses at Southampton Car Supermarket splashed out £400 each on the popular gadgets to give away to customers buying vehicles. But about 90 models were stolen

  • Matrix Park takes shape

    DEVELOPMENT close to the M27 at Segensworth continues apace with Fareham agent Hughes Ellard currently involved in two new schemes. Work is now under way on Matrix Park - a ten-acre site bought by Albion Land with funding from Lothian Pension Fund. The

  • Revised website puts elections on the map

    CAMPAIGNERS and officials preparing for this spring's elections will find major improvements to Ordnance Survey's dedicated election website. The upgraded site already shows the newly-revised electoral ward boundaries that will underpin the local government

  • Genetix makes Jim sales boss

    HAMPSHIRE-based Genetix Group, which specialises in genomics and proteomics technology has appointed Jim Bull as head of North American sales. Mr Bull has 25 years' experience of selling products and services within the life sciences industry. Mark Reid

  • FA Cup is so special to me

    RORY DELAP admits that he has always dreamed of winning the FA Cup - above even the World Cup. The 26-year-old was a Wembley winner in the Autowindscreens Shield Final of 1997 when Carlisle beat Colchester on penalties, but says he doesn't think Saints

  • TutorShip celebrates golden event

    More than 200 fellows, members and guests of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers marked the golden jubilee of the organisation's Southampton branch with a dinner. Guest of honour at the event held at Southampton's De Vere Grand Harbour Hotel, was Lord

  • Fabulous support for live export campaign

    EASTLEIGH MP David Chidgey is agreeing with actress Joanna Lumley that it would be absolutely fabulous to end the export of live animals. Mr Chidgey met the Ab Fab star in Parliament in support of Compassion in World Farming's (CWF) campaign for meat,

  • Anger as caravans invade rural site

    AN EARLY morning caravan invasion of a rural site just a stone's throw from Bursledon's historic windmill has angered nearby residents. At least six large residential mobile homes plus two touring caravans moved on to a site at the bottom of Windmill

  • Report slams Haslar centre

    THE HASLAR Immigration Removal Centre has been sharply criticised in a report by the chief inspector of prisons. Conditions within the centre that houses asylum seekers awaiting deportation were laid bare in the report by Anne Owers who recommended im-provements

  • I'll run faster to get home for game

    A DEDICATED Saints fan taking part in this year's London Marathon could not believe his ears when he discovered the race was taking place on the same day as the FA Cup semi-final - this Sunday. Lymington mortgage adviser, Stuart Gregory, 28, is now hoping

  • Caught in NHS trap

    A HAMPSHIRE father is pleading with health bosses to give him the vital treatment he needs for his obesity - or he could face a 50 per cent chance of dying in five years. Neil Crouch is 36 and weighs 23 stone and suffers from high blood pressure, diabetes

  • Pride and worries of the parents' war

    THE parents of an Army paramedic from Winchester currently serving somewhere in Iraq or Kuwait, have spoken of the pride yet concern they feel for their boy. Twenty-six-year-old Lance Corporal Simon Harmer, pictured above, is in the Royal Army Medical

  • Three more flybe routes for airport

    Low-cost airline flybe is taking off from Southampton to more sun, sea and sand destinations with the announcement of three new routes today. Within days of starting services out of the city the airline said it will be flying even more services, positioning

  • Lord of the Dance to set feet tapping

    FLAME-FOOTED dance maestro Michael Flatley has announced he will be bringing his world-famous Lord of the Dance to the south coast this summer. One of the most popular shows in musical history, the spectacular dance show will be performed at the Bournemouth

  • Shares in Clipper will help fund building of a dozen new yachts

    Clipper, the Southampton-based AIM-listed marine events and ocean yacht racing company has raised £1m before expenses, through a placing of new shares and loan notes. It involved 3,846,155 new ordinary shares of 1p each at 13p per share and £500,000 unsecured

  • Green hideaway

    INVESTMENT continues at south coast holiday centre Sandy Balls with the latest two berth luxury hideaways already attracting plenty of bookings. Nestled among the trees on the 120 acre site they will have uninterrupted views across the Avon Valley and

  • Blaze rips through thatched cottage

    SCORES of firefighters from two counties converged on the New Forest last night in a bid to save a blazing cottage. The blaze broke out in a two-storey property in Poplar Lane, Bransgore, shortly after 8.30pm. Some 86 firefighters from 11 stations in

  • Protest over plan to build on graveyard

    OBJECTORS to plans for the building of a new church hall over a graveyard in the New Forest renewed their protest last night. The hall has been planned at Hordle Parish Church, but has sparked a wave of objections from villagers, including many who have

  • Pavilion prepares to open

    Final preparations for the opening of the new Visitor and Education Pavilion at the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens were taking place when HCC leader, Ken Thornber, paid a visit this week. The new £3.5m pavilion designed by county council architects opened

  • Scientific and Medical Network conference

    Experts are to gather at Winchester' King Alfred's College to explore the dimensions of space - both inner and outer. Drawing together diverse research in dreams, Near Death Experience, astrophysics, ecology, psychic phenomenon, archaeology, architecture

  • Flats plan rejected

    City planners have rejected a modernist block of flats in Winchester, even though it was hailed as an excellent design. The snag was the scheme would have meant the demolition of a large Victorian villa, Chestnut Mead, in Kingsgate Road. Developers, Cavendish

  • Community Newsletter winners

    Sway News walked off with the trophy for the best Community Newsletter in Hampshire for 2002. Over 100 parish magazines and newsletters had entered the Hampshire Chronicle event to highlight the good work done by volunteers throughout the county. For

  • Attack on homes plan

    A Winchester city councillor has launched a blistering attack on planners after a travelling showmen's depot near Micheldever won planning permission. Barry Lipscomb said the controversial scheme flew in the face of widespread opposition from villagers

  • Flasher pursues pensioner

    A 73-year-old woman was pursued by a flasher in Fairdown Close, Winnall, Winchester. Police say the man exposed himself around five or six times. Officers have issued a description of the man, who is white, between 15-17-years, 5ft 10ins-5ft 11ins, with

  • Top-up grant 'too little, too late'

    The leader of Hampshire County Council has slated a government increase in funding of £1.60 per pupil as "far too little, far too late". Councillor Ken Thornber spoke out after a Whitehall announcement that the local education authority's schools budget

  • Hospital radio scoops awards

    Winchester Hospital Radio has scooped two awards in hospital broadcasting's equivalent of the Oscars. The station, staffed entirely by volunteeers, is on the airwaves 365 days a year. The station was voted one of the top ten in the country, getting commended

  • Blaze caused by candle

    A Winchester man awoke just in time to escape when fire broke out in a flat in Jewry Street on Monday evening. The property, above the Alcatraz Rosso restaurant, caught fire at 8.10pm. Firefighters said the flat was not fitted with smoke alarms. Sub-officer

  • Cycling: New course quickly yields a fast time

    TIME in every meaning of the word will tell if the new 25-mile course chosen by A3 CRG for its team time trial on the Petersfield bypass will match the speed potential of one used in the past. But the individual record of 52min 42sec set by the Scot,

  • Bonjour to French market

    Winchester will be playing host to an authentic French market from Friday, April 11th, to Sunday, April 13th. The market, consisting of around 25 professional stallholders from northern France, will trade between 9am and 5pm each day. On the Friday and

  • Stanmore is so positive

    Stanmore Primary School, Winchester, provides a caring environment and a good education. The 312 pupils, in turn, are enthusiastic about learning and have very positive attitudes towards lessons. The complimentary comments appear in an Ofsted report following

  • God's own colours shine through

    In the autumn of 1998, a school opened in Winchester with one child and one newly-qualified teacher. Today there are 27 pupils, three full-time staff, one part-timer and a team of enthusiastic volunteer parent helpers working at the Winchester Christian

  • Murder hunt moves to India

    Police have a "strong suspect" for the abduction, rape and murder of Eastleigh student, Hannah Foster - but they are still asking the public for help. Officers believe the suspect left for India two days after Hannah's body was found and they are liaising

  • City council nominations

    The countdown to polling day in Winchester began on Tuesday as the candidates in this year's city council elections were announced. Of the 57 seats in the council chamber, 20 will be contested on Thursday, May 1st. Three of the eight members of the Liberal-Democrat-run

  • Mixed fortunes in drugs case

    Four people who were snared in a four-month undercover police operation to rid Winchester of heroin dealers had their sentences cut at London's Appeal Court. But two others were told they would have to stay behind bars for the whole term. All six were

  • Youth speaks out loud

    Members of the Youth Speaks team from Peter Symonds' College, Winchester, are continuing on their winning way. After their success in the district finals in Southampton, they have triumphed in the regional competition. Their eloquent presentation on the

  • Teg Down homes scheme approved

    City planners this week gave the go-ahead for 54 new homes at Teg Down, Winchester. The application, by Banner Homes, was refused twice last year. The third application was approved after the developers amended plans. The new homes will be built at Salters

  • Church supports learning programme

    Parishioners of St Peter's Church, Winchester, are helping to bring literacy to a country where many cannot read. Cash raised at the Catholic church will go to fund a programme of learning by radio broadcast in Honduras. Des Le Grys, who made the appeal

  • How green is your business

    It is the last call for entries to the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Business Environmental Awards. Backed by Hampshire County Council and the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Business Environment Forum, they aim to reward businesses which contribute to sustainable

  • Just what the doctor ordered

    TV health guru, Dr Hilary Jones, revisited the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester, on Friday. The GMTV doctor, who has a practice in Basingstoke, opened the hospital's stroke rehabilitation development unit in 1999. He was back there to help

  • Condoms for kids scheme under attack

    Winchester church leaders have condemned a new project to give free condoms to 11 to 15-year-olds. Reproductive healthcare organisation, Marie Stopes International UK, has set up a website called www.likeitis.org.uk, which claims to talk about sex "exactly

  • Boy stabbed father

    A teenager has admitted killing his father and trying to murder his mother. James MacDonald, now 17, repeatedly stabbed his father, Hugh, as he lay in bed at the family home in Billington Gardens, Hedge End. Winchester Crown Court heard how his mother

  • Jail still jammed

    Overcrowding and mental health issues dominate the 2002 report on Winchester Prison. The Board of Visitors cite the steady rise in prison population, from 371 to 535, as a primary concern. Prisoner numbers in the women's unit, West Hill, rose from 66

  • Relief and regret as man is cleared

    A Winchester man cleared of GBH charges this week has apologised for leaving a man with serious head injuries. Stephen Harfield (32), from Stanmore, was found not guilty of assault on Wednesday after a three-day trial at Winchester Crown Court. He was

  • Fears for refugees

    A Winchester refugee worker says the Government is shirking its duty towards Iraqis fleeing their war-torn country. Shirley Firth, from West End Terrace, in Winchester, who works with the Southampton charity, Refugee Action, has hit out at policies which

  • Traffic chaos enters stage left at Chesil

    Drivers in Winchester should brace themselves for chaos and congestion over the next three months. Highway chiefs have warned that improvements in Chesil Street and Bar End Road for Hampshire County Council are scheduled to start on April 22nd and last

  • War: Call to support troops

    Alresford's Royal British Legion branch chairman has warned that anti-war protests in England could seriously demoralise troops in the Gulf. Colonel David Hanson, of New Farm Road, Alresford, near Winchester, said there was "nothing more depressing" in

  • War: hoping for safe return

    For Linda Treveil of Waltham Chase the importance of keeping busy and a routine for she and her ten-year-old daughter have been crucial. It is Linda's way of coping with the lack of information about her husband, Ian, who is serving with the Royal Army

  • War: pointers for parents

    Charity Parentline Plus which has offices in Eastleigh, has noticed an increase in calls regarding the war in Iraq. In the weeks running up to the war, the 24-hour helpline has had an influx of calls from parents who are worried about how to talk to their

  • Eggs-tra fun at Manor Farm this Easter

    ENTERTAINING Easter activities for children will be offered at Manor Farm near Bursledon during the Easter holiday. Paper posies, egg painting and nature notebooks are just some of the activities the youngsters aged five to 11 can take part in at the

  • Crawley happy to be in control

    John Crawley skippered Hampshire for the first time yesterday - after insisting that he is not worried about not having a vice captain. The Crawley-Paul Terry era began with the start of the two-day pre season friendly against Somerset at the Rose Bowl

  • Police told of new twist

    THE shoe-urinating incident which forced the abondonment of the Wimborne Town versus Bashley reserve game has taken a sinister, new twist. Twenty-one-year-old Portland-based referee Chris Brokenshaw, who went in at half-time to find his and his teenage

  • Captains

    Sandra Pettit will complete a family double when she takes over as Romsey Golf Club's ladies captain this month. Sandra's husband Mike was men's captain last year. Sandra is pictured with Richard Hayes who succeeds Mike at the Romsey captains' drive-in

  • Hamptworth aims to get girls going

    A Golfing Academy for girls is being launched at Hamptworth Golf and Country Club on Thursday. Hamptworth professional Katie Huffam says: "Our aim is to get girls up to 18 years interested in the sport and to have fun at the same time. "Having chatted

  • Kevin chases Glenmuir spot

    Southampton golfer Kevin Saunders is among the top 100 South Region PGA professionals battling for a place in the Glenmuir Club Professional Championship on Monday. Left-hander Saunders, from the Dibden Golf Centre, is playing in the regional qualifier

  • Gary leads star line-up

    It's that time of year again, when the cream of the country's amateur golfers converge on the county for the "spring double" of the Selborne Salver and the Hampshire Hog. Tomorrow it's Blackmoor's turn to throw down the gauntlet, while eager to pick it

  • VIOLET

    VIOLET BAKER Happy 80th birthday. Have a lovely day. Love from Tom, Julie, Hazel, Gary, Rachel, Nicky and Tim. XXX

  • LAMB

    LAMB JOHN Taken from us on April 1st, 2003. Beloved dad of Gary, father-in-law of Maria and grandad of Andrew, Shane, Samantha, Dean, Danielle and Shannon. "Your memory in our hearts this day means more than words can say. Unseen, unheard, but always

  • KLEPP

    KLEPP HELI Remembering you on your 57th birthday. A day of remembrance silently kept, No need for words, we never forget. Love from Margaret, Gillian and Andrew. XXX

  • BLAKE

    BLAKE FAITH MARIAN Precious memories of a much loved wife and mother, who passed away 5 years ago today. I often lay awake at night when others are asleep, and take a walk down memory lane with tears on my cheeks. You were someone I could talk with, on

  • HEDBERG

    HEDBERG PAULINE (Nee HUNT) On this your birthday all our hearts are saddened that you are not here to celebrate it. With every day that passes, we are missing you so much. You were such a special part of our lives and we will always love you. Broken hearted

  • 13

    13 TODAY JACK HILL Best wishes. Love Gem & Stu. xxx

  • ORAM

    ORAM FRANCES ELIZABETH Dearly loved mother of Gloria and James. Passed peacefully away, aged 90 on Tuesday, April 1st, 2003. She will be sadly missed by all her family, her grandchildren and great grandchildren. --------- Funeral at the East Chapel, Southampton

  • EDLIN

    EDLIN SIMON AGED 21 A very special nephew, passed away suddenly on Saturday, April 12th, 2003. You will be missed so much and we will always remember you. We love you Uncle Maurice and Auntie Eileen. X X X

  • JUDD

    JUDD JOAN (NEE CROCKER) Passed away peacefully. Will be sadly missed. Love Lily and Family XXX

  • STUBBS

    STUBBS DEN Molly and family would like to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for their expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes and the many cards and donations so kindly sent. Please accept this as a sincere personal thank you.

  • ORAM

    ORAM FRANCES (AUNTIE SIS) A loving auntie who will be sadly missed, but we have so many happy memories, that will last forever. Goodnight, God Bless. Sleep tight until we meet again. Love Joan, Dick, Joyce, Hazel, Ken, Hugh, Jean, Mitch and Emma.

  • GOLDSMITH

    GOLDSMITH MARGARET RUTH Passed away at Fair Havens Christian Home on April 5th, 2003, aged 93 years. Loving and loved widow of George and dear mother of Susan. "Peace, perfect peace." ---------- Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, April 16th, 2003

  • 60

    60 TODAY JOHN BRACKSTONE Happy 60th Birthday. Also grandson Bailey, 5 today. Have a great day. Love always Jenny.

  • BENHAM

    BENHAM AGNES Died peacefully, aged 103 on April 2nd, 2003 at Fair Havens Christian Residential and Nursing Home. Wendy and Alan Fellingham would like to thank the staff of Fair Havens for their loving care of Agnes during the last five years of her life

  • 60

    60 & 5 TODAY BAILEY SANDOM Happy Birthday to the both of you. Love Mummy, Daddy (Darren and Maria) and Hollyann.

  • NIXON

    NIXON MAVIS To a wonderful, thoughtful mother and nanny, who is celebrating her 70th birthday. Enjoy your special day. Lots of love and kisses Jon, Lorraine, Jade, Paige and Chloe. X X X

  • EDLIN

    EDLIN SIMON Do not stand at his grave and weep, he is not there, he does not sleep. He is a thousand winds that blow, he's a diamond glint in the snow. He's sunlight on ripened grain, he's the gentle autumn rain, of quiet birds in circled flight, he is

  • HEDBERG

    HEDBERG PAULINE Thinking of you always especially this day, your 49th birthday. Love you always and forever. God bless. Steve. XXX

  • FITZGERALD

    FITZGERALD MIKE No more suffering. Sadly missed. Keep warm. Gloria, Jock and family.

  • FITZGERALD

    FITZGERALD MIKE You were the best mate one could have had. Miss you mate. From Andy, Yvonne and the girls.

  • McELLAN

    McELLAN DIANE AND IAN Proud grandparents Jean McEllan, Betty and Dave Salisbury are pleased to announce the safe arrival of their grandson James Luke, born on March 31st, 2003, 7 lbs 4 ozs. A little brother for Katie. XX

  • SAVILL

    SAVILL FLORENCE ADA Passed away 1 year ago. Sadly missed. Always Remembered. Love from Sylvia, Mike and family. X X X X

  • EDLIN

    EDLIN SIMON (PUDS) You're such a special Son to us, till the day we die. The day we lost you was the day we cried. You're the angel that was sent to us. You will always be in our hearts and we'll never set you free. We love you so much Pud. Your ever

  • BLAKE

    BLAKE FAITH MARIAN Passed away 5 years ago today. Forever in our thoughts and fondly remembered by Aileen and Roy, Joyce and Tom and Doreen.

  • SHORE

    SHORE KEITH Happy Birthday Dad and Grandad. Still always in our thoughts especially today on your birthday. Love always from your beautiful girls, Sue, Kay and Janet and all your grandchildren and great grandchildren.

  • JUDD

    JUDD JOAN (NEE CROCKER) Passed away suddenly and peacefully on Thursday April 3rd, aged 75. Will be sadly missed by son Michael, daughter-in-law Margaret and grandson Matthew. Goodnight and God Bless XXX --------- Funeral service to be held at Southampton

  • EDE

    EDE DORIS It's hard to believe it's been a year, sometimes it seems like just a day but in our hearts and in our thoughts you will always stay. Love Eun and Dave, Rog and Lyn, Tony and Pauline, Bev and Mark and families. XXXX

  • DAVIES

    DAVIES and DOEL ALAN and MICHELLE A baby daughter, Beth, born April 6th weighing 3lb 12½ oz. Thank you for our precious grand- daughter. Lots of love Mark and Jenny.

  • JOHNSON

    JOHNSON JESSIE On April 4th, 2003, at Dunwood Manor Nursing Home aged 104. Formerly of Muir House, Dibden Purlieu where she was fondly known for many years as Aunt Jess. Funeral at St. Andrews Church, Dibden Purlieu, Monday April 14th at 2pm. Family flowers

  • PENNY

    PENNY STEPHEN The family of the late Stephen Penny would like to thank family, friends and work colleagues for their donations, floral tributes, letters and cards and for the kindness and support we received over the recent sad loss of our son. Please

  • FULBROOK

    FULBROOK DOUGLAS Passed away peacefully at home, on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2003. Aged 86 years. Beloved husband of Deb. Father of Lynda and the late Clive. Grandfather to Peter, Helen, Laura and Stephen. Great Grandfather to Mitchell. The Funeral service

  • TIZARD

    TIZARD DORIS DAISY Widow of William (Bill) Tizard. Formerly of The York & Albany, Albert Road and High Road, Swaythling, Southampton. Passed away peacefully aged 96 after a short illness on February 26th, 2003 at The Conquest Hospital, St Leonards-on-Sea

  • RICHARDS

    RICHARDS BILL Maria, Edwin, Jenny, Emma and James would like to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for their expressions of sympathy and for the many cards and donations to Countess Mountbatten House. Please accept this as a personal thank you.

  • CUMMINGS

    CUMMINGS SYLVIA GLADYS (Nee Wade) Dearly loved wife of Ron, loving mother of Leslie, Denise and Glenn. and dear grandma to Emlyn, Megan, Jason, Haley and Louise. Taken from us too soon, on April 3rd, 2003. It seems God has decided it's time for you to

  • WAY

    WAY ERIC VICTOR Passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 3rd, 2003, aged 80. Dear brother of Grace and Lewis, uncle to Kath, Eileen and Bob

  • HEDBURG

    HEDBURG PAULINE Three birthday wishes sent today to say you're missed in every way. Love Kerryanne, Chris and Vicky x x x

  • EDLIN

    EDLIN SIMON (PUDS) Flowers will die, the sun will set, a brother we won't forget. The name so precious it will never grow old, it's engraved in our hearts with the letters of gold. Love Jamie and Emma. XXXX

  • BURNS

    BURNS JAMES ROBERT Peacefully at his home on March 29th, 2003. A dearly loved husband, father and grandfather. Director of Cluett Burns Limited and Past President of Southampton Chamber of Commerce. ---------- The Funeral Service will take place on Monday

  • SMITH

    SMITH DONALD RICHARD Of Kendal Avenue, Millbrook, Southampton Passed away at home on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2003. A much loved father to Christine and Jim, grandfather to Cora and Gregg, father-in-law to Alan and dear friend and companion of Molly. God