A local resident urges the full town council to review the decision taken by the development committee…
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The public gallery at the Town Hall was full as the Whitchurch Town Council Development Committee, led by the new Mayor Cllr John Clark, met to discuss the proposed Bullington Wind Farm.
A report has been received that there may be a man going around cutting down trees in elderly people’s gardens.
The Trustees of the only Silk Mill in England still weaving on Victorian looms are looking to appoint a Chairman of Trustees to lead them and the Mill into the future.
The plays are short but the laughs are long
Whitchurch’s community theatre company, WADS, is putting on a quartet of pocket-sized comedies this week in a show called Four Shortened.
Whitchurch Town Council is to consider the Wind Farm Planning Application.
Whitchurch United Football Club celebrated the end of the season with their senior presentation evening.
So much going on in Whitchurch – that was a recurring theme at the Community Groups meeting…
Following such a wonderful event last year plans for the second GTSkateFest are progressing, but the organisers are seeking help.
Tradition plays a large part over the first weekend of May, and the Whitchurch area experienced it fully…
The public is asked to vote for their ‘unsung hero’ in these annual awards. 1 of the 3 nominees is Whitchurch campaigner Roy Dykes…
|May 8||7:30 pm|
The planning application for 89 houses on land at Bloswood Lane is to be the feature of a meeting of Councillors in the Town Hall.
Lynch Hill Park is to be closed from Friday 17th May for up to three days, dependent on the weather.
The full figures for the election of a Councillor to represent the Whitchurch and Clere Division of Hampshire County Council have now been published, along with the percentage take of the votes.
The main points are:
Tom Thacker retains his seat as a Conservative Party Councillor on the County Council with 49.2% of the votes, a slight [...]
The winner of the election for Whitchurch and Clere…
|May 25||7:30 pm||-||10:30 pm|
MIRANDA SYKES & REX PRESTON have a unique connection – which is a pleasure to listen to and plain to see when they share a stage together – http://sykespreston.com/
Work is starting work on Tuesday 7th May to improve pedestrian links and parking to Winchester Road in Whitchurch.
Do you have any happy stories?
Two pleasant postings on the town website’s Facebook pages show what wealth the town enjoys.
On Sunday the 5th May at Parsonage Meadow (from 1.30pm) a cricket match is to be held in memory of local butcher and well known resident, John Dennett.