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Just had a super kitchen fitted by Two Guys and I would thoroughly recommend them to anyone thinking of a new kitchen. Tony and his team are very friendly and are able to offer some expert advice and their kitchens are top class in the quality stakes....
Added May 2016
We come here for the kids birthday's as they love going there, we have never had a single bad meal, and they are brilliant with the kids, we have been a few times on our own and have always been looked after and eaten good quality food. Highly recommend, best Italian locally.
Added May 2016
Pick up our Explorers Trail from our Info Cabin as you arrive and collect all 6 stamps around the park.
OMNI LOCAL BUSINESS NETWORKING BOOK EARLY - NUMBERS ARE CAPPED!
Pick up a bargain and some quality foods every week at Farnborough market.....
Taking place in the cafe at Winchester Discovery Centre Every Tuesday morning
Join us in celebrating the work of the famous landscape architect Capability Brown (arguably one of England's greatest, designing over 170 gardens and parks) in the tri centenary of his birth.
Art in the Garden is an exciting outdoor sculpture exhibition displayed in the beautiful setting of this world famous 180 acre Garden.
The Arborealists are a national group of artists who exhibit together to promote the theme of trees in contemporary art.
With a FREE seminar programme packed full of business advice and the opportunity to meet other businesses as potential customers or suppliers this is an event not to be missed.
These weekly free walks are led by volunteer walk leaders with different routes each week to keep the walks interesting and enjoyable. The walks are an hour long, during which we cover approximately 2.5 miles.
Exhibition: The Schlee Collection: Drawings from Henry Moore to David Hockney A selection of drawings and sketches from a variety of famous twentieth-century artists, alongside some of Mottisfont's own collection of drawings. This major private collection exploring drawing and mark-making was recently donated to Southampton City Art Gallery, and has hardly been seen in public.