Disease affecting dogs in Hampshire

Please be aware of an as yet unidentified disease affecting dogs in Hampshire. Mr Walker, from Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists in Hursley, near Winchester, who has had 13 dogs die at his practice alone says: “We have a much better understanding of what is going on, but we don’t know what the underlying trigger is. […]

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The Trustees of the Village Hall are looking for new Trustees to join the management committee of the Hall. There is a specific vacancy for a Secretary but we would welcome anyone in the community who would like to play a small part in the running of an attractive facility which makes a significant contribution […]

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For those of us who were there on Saturday I hope watching the 25 plus children enthusiastically planting up 100s of daffs and then settling rapt to listen to the storytelling, will have capped the whole years work off perfectly for you, with a sense of a mission well accomplished. Once again many thanks for […]

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Information about the firefighter industrial action

Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service is reassuring the public that emergency calls will be answered and responded to during the next stage of industrial action planned by the Fire Brigades Union (FBU). It has been announced by the FBU that a five-hour strike will take place on Saturday 19 October. This follows the previous four-hour […]

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Upham in Old Pictures – By John Bosworth

“Upham in Old Pictures” – By John Bosworth is a lovely,  historical view of Upham through old photographs. Although the book is now out of print, we still have plenty of copies available. They are priced at £9.00 each and all proceeds go to the Bishops Waltham Museum. Copies of the book can be purchased […]

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Our Village, Our Voice Questionnaires are here!

To find out what features, local characteristics, facilities and services are valued by people in the village, and to identify local problems and issues which need to be tackled we have put together two questionnaires. A member of the steering group will be delivering hard copies to every house in the village during September and […]

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Reunions can be Murder!

The Upham Players present a Murder Mystery Comedy: REUNIONS CAN BE MURDER! Written by Shelley Pitter and Martin Dearlove 14th, 15th and 16th November at 7:30pm at the Upham Village Hall Lord and Lady Berrington have been invited to a school reunion. St Georges is trying to raise funds for a new science lab but […]

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We are putting together a Parish Plan. As an initial step we need to find out what features, local characteristics, facilities and services are valued by people in the village, and to identify local problems and issues which need to be tackled. To help us do this we have put together questionnaires which a member […]

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Upham Garden Club – Autumn 2013

Marina Christopher of Phoenix Perennial Plants on Late Summer Flowers Marina is a Chelsea medal winning plantswoman and author of many articles and books including a book on Late Summer Flowers. Her nursery is famous for plants attractive to wildlife and for water conservation. She will demonstrate using plant material. Plants available for purchase. 8 […]

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Paul Gardner cycling Land’s End to John O’Groats

Sponsored Cycle Ride – Land’s End to John O’Groats 18th May to 29th May 2013 Brothers Paul and Chris Gardner are cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise funds for the Lewy Body Society (a Registered Charity). Their father was diagnosed with the disease last year. Their target for this cycle ride is £5000 […]

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