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Neil Churchill has fond memories of his teenage years in Basingstoke. Now, almost 30 years on, he has returned to the town following his appointment as Centre Director at Festival Place.
Children of all ages from throughout Hampshire can put their best foot forward to try a new sport as free event, Be Active, will take over Basingstoke town centre.
Whether one's house move is the first or a subsequent occasion the process is a potentially mind-blowing experience. House buying and selling is the most major purchase that many of us will ever undertake in our lives, therefore, it is important to get it right.
Completed in 1794 the Basingstoke Canal originally connected the Town, and surrounding area, to London with vessels carrying timber, flour and chalk to the City and returning with coal and much-needed fertiliser for the Hampshire agricultural community.
Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council and Hampshire County Council have been granted an interim injunction from the High Court banning the setting up of unauthorised encampments in a large section of the borough.
Consultation has started on proposed changes to the outline planning application to create much-needed homes at Manydown.
Community Safety Patrol Officers at Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council will be hot on the heels of antisocial behaviour (ASB) this summer.
Green-fingered residents in the Hatch Warren area can look forward to putting down roots when new allotments are created in Beggarwood Park.
Making sure your home is warm might not be top of your to-do list this summer - but it’s actually the best time to get ahead with improvements for the winter.
Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council has pledged its support to residents with an incurable disease by signing up to the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) charter.
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