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Volunteers praised as rounded people

students who have put in hours of volunteering were presented with service awards in recognition of their hard work at a ceremony at Alton College on Tuesday, April 1.
Each year Alton Lions give the awards to the sixth formers who have carried ou... read on

AMERY Hill School announced this week that their long serving headteacher, Stephen Crabtree, would be leaving at the end of the summer term. read on...
EAST Hampshire District Council, in partnership with the Homes and Community Agency, has commissioned work to take forward plans for Alton Sports Centre. read on...
AFTER months of flooding the A32 has now reopened as engineers and councillors set in motion plans to ensure Farringdon isn’t cut off again. read on...
THE Country Land and Business Association has described the Government consultation on planning reforms as a “big step in the right direction”, although it is “disappointed” certain areas of the countryside
such as national parks will miss out. read on...

Sport

Relief as Shots see off poor Hyde

ALDERSHOT TOWN 1, HYDE 0

ALDERSHOT secured the three points that were an absolute must against already relegated Hyde, but what hard work they made of it in front of their anxious fans on Sat... read on

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