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Rosemary may be gone some time...

GILBERT White and Captain Oates were at The Wakes field in Selborne on Monday morning to bid bon voyage to trustees chairman Rosemary Irwin as she set off on a 74-mile walk to Oxford.
Rosemary will be following in the footsteps of the 18th Centur... read on

A NUMBER of errors crept into this week’s coverage of the local elections for which we would like to apologise. read on...
the area is to benefit from millions of pounds of road improve­ments as part of the Whitehill and Bordon regeneration. read on...
THERE was good news from Alton’s Foodbank this week because fewer residents are calling to get free food with only 854 people receiving the regulated three day’s emergency supplies in 2014/15 compared with 1. read on...
RESIDENTS to the west of the town centre face “draconian” on-street parking restrictions with proposals to introduce ‘no waiting’ zones on 20 roads in the area. read on...

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Sport

Another Scot takes helm at Shots

OLDER Aldershot supporters will remember that it was a no-nonsense Scotsman who led the club to its first ever promotion back in 1973.
That was Tom McAnearney, who achieved it in his first season ... read on

PETERSFIELD Town clinched the Wessex League Premier Division crown with a narrow victory over Lymington Town on a tense day at Love Lane on Saturday. ... read on

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