The Creative Café visits Whitchurch this Thursday when they meet at Whitchurch Silk Mill…
As National Bike Week starts it is timely to remember that Whitchurch retained firefighter, Richard Belcher, is continuing to seek sponsorship for his intrepid cycle/golf challenge which starts in just one month’s time.
Whitchurch railway station saw train enthusiasts flock out as steam-hauled travel made one of its rare appearances on the local line.
During every day in July, at the White Hart, you will only pay £2 for any starter, when ordered with main courses from our ” off the wall menu”!
It’s just one month to go!
Plans for this year’s colourful Whitchurch Carnival procession on Saturday 17th July are now well underway with the route now finalised, incorporating a new finish.
As football fever rises, many in the town are entering into the spirit of the occasion, with shops, businesses, groups and individuals all showing their support for England in the World Cup, now underway in South Africa.
The Whitchurch Youth Project is seeking assistance to enable it to continue providing its valuable service for the youth of the town.
The Whitchurch Town Council has joined the cyber-age with the launch of its own new Town website, WhitchurchTownCouncil.org.uk
Cllr.Keith Watt’s report for June touches on elections, highways, planning, parks & facilities, Royal Mail, and the Mayoralty of Basingstoke & Deane.
Once again some great music rocked the town at the fourth annual Twangfest. 800 attended the day long event that featured 17 local bands performing on two stages at Testbourne to the delight of the crowds on the glorious summer’s day.