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Local people are getting the opportunity to give their views on the future of Overton conservation area at a public consultation.
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.
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.
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.
Cllr Keating, accompanied by his wife, Mayoress Mrs Gwen Keating attended the Festival of Sport 2018 held for members of sports clubs and schools from the twin towns.
Motoring and biking in Basingstoke. Acquiring a dent is relatively simple with our crowded roads and car parks with small spaces per car, plus errant shopping trolleys causing damage inadvertently (or not).
Basingstoke has fine Public Houses and Bars awaiting your pleasure. There are few things better on a cold winter evening or a chilly weekend than to visit mein host for a warming bite to eat or a drink or two in convivial surroundings or to get out and party.
Parks In Basingstoke
Parks In Basingstoke
Basingstoke is a great place to work, live and visit with lots of parks and places of interest.
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