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It's Apple Day at St Mark's in Hale this Sunday – and all are invited!
Beware poisonous Jack O’Lantern fungus
Axe may be looming over historic Sheet tree
Pond life picture competition winners on display across East Hampshire
New Hale Chapels Garden opened by deputy lieutenant in north Farnham
Medstead garden opening gate for National Garden Scheme next month
Letter: Councils deserve credit for East Hampshire's tree planting
Tree warden asks people to help look after nature in Alton area
Haslemere's orchards are blossoming – but how are our butterflies?
More than 200 trees on Havant Thicket Reservoir site are replanted
Did you know the River Wey had more mills than anywhere in Britain?
Arbor the Tree coming to local National Trust estates this summer
Fort flies Union Flag for coronation at Hogmoor Inclosure in Bordon
Everyone Active makes pesticide pledge after PeCAN intervention
Visit Phyllis Tuckwell’s beautiful Open Gardens
Petersfield Air Training Corps squadron pledges to look after oaks
Elizabeth Copse planted at Chawton House to remember Queen
New copse is created in corner of Petersfield Cemetery
Look out for fairies and dragons at Bereleigh House in East Meon
Letter: Kings Pond's willow tits have not returned since tree felling
A hundred fruit trees planted in Alton gardens
Tree felling left former Medstead woodland looking like a 'war zone'
Opinion: A spring of glorious blossom beckons - but at a cost...
BBC Gardeners’ World Spring Fair returns to Beaulieu
Petersfield Climate Action Network’s fruit tree scheme is blossoming