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Emsworth News Talking News

Tuesday 26th – 30th May

THE MUSIC MAN

CAOS MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS

Westbourne House School, Coach Road, Shopwhyke, Chichester

01243 783945

7.30pm and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.  

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Tuesday 26th May 2015

The Drayton Centre Annual General Meeting at 7.00 p.m. All welcome to find out what the is planned for the future.  Anyone interested in becoming involved in helping organise social events or becoming a Trustee please contact the office on 02392 327842

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Tuesday 26th May

Portsmouth Cathedral will host a special evening talk with celebrated artist Annie Cattrell.  Organised by the Friends of Portsmouth Cathedral, Annie will discuss the thought behind ‘Brink’, her inspired art piece installed in the Cathedral’s Chapel of Healing and Reconciliation, which was funded by the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Naval Nursing Service Association.

7pm …. Tickets £7.00 (£5.00 for Friends of Portsmouth Cathedral) from the Cathedral Shop or call 02392823300. Drinks and light refreshments served from 6.30pm.

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Weds 27 – Sat 30 May

OUT OF FOCUS

PHOENIX PLAYERS

Trinity Church Theatre, Albert Road, (inside Francis Ave), Southsea,

7.30 pm.  A comedy Play by Peter Gordon Tickets: Adults £9 Concessions £6  Tel:08454 676462.

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Healer Training 27th May 2015

Wednesday: Healer training Workshop.

Held every 4th Wednesday of the month, this workshop is for anyone who is interested in learning to qualify as a Nationally Registered Psychic & Spiritual Healer. Companion Class to the Healer Training Evening Clinic Buckland Community Centre Malins Road North End

Portsmouth From 7.15 p.m. until 10.00 p.m. Fees are just £6.00 per event.  

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Wednesday 27th May

Gosport Jazz Club

All The Helens

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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Thursday 28th  May 2015  

The Flower Arranging Group will meet the Drayton United Church Hall from 1.15pm when members and non members will have a demonstration by Pauline Hurran, entitled ‘Inspired by .........’.  Refreshments follow when non members can discuss the Club’s wide variety of activities

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Friday 29th May

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Steam Packet, 54 River Road, Littlehampton, BN17 5BZ

8pm -10.30pm. Booking advised. 01903 715994

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Friday 29th MAY

Are you lonely? Meet new friends in the lounge at Bedhampton Social Hall on the last Friday of each month at the new Tea and Chat afternoons from 2pm to 4pm.

The No.23 Southsea bus stops outside the hall. Tea & Biscuit just 50p.

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Saturday 30th May 2015

Dabble Day for children from reception to year 6 at the Church of the Resurrection, Drayton from 2 -4.30pm. Only £5 per child. Activities include Sunflower pots, balloon hovercrafts, cheerio bird feeder, cookie cooking, rainbow pinwheel and more

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Saturday 30th and 31st May

AGES OF MUSIC

Performed by Thorngate Pantomime & Variety Company, at theThorngate

Theatre,Thorngate Halls, Bury Road, Gosport,Tel:0845 467 6462 please note the

show times will be 2.30 & 7.30pm Saturday (30th) & 2.30pm Sunday (31st).  

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Saturday 30 May.

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

And the Royal Choral Society bring Elgar’s epic choral work The Dream of Gerontius to the venerable setting of Winchester Cathedral, 9 The Close, Winchester,

Time: 7.30pm Ticket prices: £29 - £12 Call the Cathedral Box Office on 01962 857275.

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Saturday 30th May

Film Night

The Theory of  Everything. Is being shown at Denmead Community Centre. This is the film where Eddie Redmayne won the Best Actor Oscar for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking. Tickets £5:00 / person - on sale from the Denmead Community Centre office.  DCA members may claim a discount Doors open 7:00pm for 7:30pm show.

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Saturday 30th May 2015

Car Boot Sale

St. Mary's Church, St Mary Street, Southampton

9am to 1pm ……. Gates open at 08:00 for sellers.

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Saturday 30TH May

Kings Theatre

One of Britain’s popular entertainers Des O’connor is a appearing.  Starting at 7:30 pm, to book your tickets phone 02392 828282 and they cost £19.50 each.

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The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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Monday 1st June 2015

Havant Borough 50+ Forum

The Beacon in the Meridian 1:30pm to 3:30pm

This forum holds monthly meetings every first Monday each month with guest speakers covering a wide range of topics ================================================

Monday 1 June - Monday 29 June  

Wine Tasting Course | 7pm / 1.5 hours

Join Jonathan Rogers of The Solent Wine Experience for a five week course to enhance your joy of wines by increasing your knowledge and building your confidence to try different wines.

Tickets: £75 for 5 weeks  Tel:01243 377780

Meet: Tuppenny Barn, Southbourne

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2-6 June

ROAD SHOW

CCADS

Station Theatre, Station Road,  Hayling Island.

023 9246 6363 starts 7.30pm  musical by Stephen Sondheim

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Monday 1st June

The Lantern Theatre (attached to Mountbatten School, Whitenap, Romsey)

Legendary singer/songwriter Chip Taylor will be performing.  Chip is best known for two of his compositions ‘wild thing’ and ‘angel of the morning’.  Tickets  are £12/£10 consessions,and can be booked by phoning 01794-518655.

PS. He’s Angelina Jolie’s uncle. Chips real name is James Voight his brother is Jon Voight.

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Tuesday 2 June

Creative Writing: Exploring a Palette of Colours | 10am / 4 hours

Be inspired, discover and develop the writer in you using the natural world for inspiration. Led by Lizzie Chittleboro, the workshop is suitable for all abilities and no previous writing experience is necessary. Bring your own lunch, drinks provided.

Tickets: £20. All places must be booked in advance.Tel:01243 377780

Meet: Tuppenny Barn, Southbourne,

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Wednesday June 3rd                                  

Mass and Charity Lunch

Is being held at St. Mary’s Church Fratton Road , Portsmouth  A chance to enjoy a light lunch and money raised will be used to support a charity. It starts at Noon.   For details call 023 92 8144 44.

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First Thursday of each month

Tea dance at the Bedhampton Social Hall Centre

Ballroom, popular sequence dances and old time …. and the odd line dance as well.

Admission is £3 which includes tea and cake. 2pm to 4.15pm

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Fridays 5th 12th and 19th June

Creating a Newsletter

starts 9.30am - 12.30pm at Southsea Library, they have free places that may be booked at any of the Portsmouth City Libraries in person, or by phoning 023 92688049.  

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Saturday 6th June

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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Saturday 6th June

Denvilles Club Garden Fete

A traditional garden fete will be held in the grounds of Denvilles House starting at 12 noon. With a live jazz band playing throughout the afternoon. There will be various stalls, beer/pimms tent,cream teas and hog roast provided by chef Sam. There will be entertainment in the evening in the main bar with extended closing time all drinks at club prices. Langstone Conservative club 33 Emsworth Road Havant.

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Sat 6th June 2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Summer Show

10am – 4pm

Entrance £1 ….. St. Colman's Church Hall, St.Colman's Avenue, Cosham

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Saturday June 6th                

Coffee Morning & Mini Market

Is being held at St Faith’s Church, Crasswell Street, Landport.  It starts at 10 am, so go along for a  Coffee, Chat, Cakes and a chance to raise funds for Charity. For details phone 023 92 8144 44.

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Saturday 6th of June

Coffee Morning & Plant Sale in the Large Hall at Drayton United Church

10.30am to 12noon

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Sunday 7th June

Spiritual Workshop

At Emsworth Community Centre, North Street, Emsworth, 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Its Free

Refreshments included, but please bring your own lunch. Contact: Jacqui

079722275884/ Kate: 07950251585 or Sarah 07773795374

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Sunday June 7th                  

Big Local ‘Big Lunch’

Being held in St Mary’s Churchyard, Fratton Road, Portsmouth. Bring your own lunch and join in celebrating ‘Big Lunch’ with members from the area and music from the Portsmouth City Band. It begins at 12 Noon.

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Sunday June 7th                  

Dickens Fellowship Service

Starts at 4pm at St Mary’s Church, Fratton Road, Portsmouth Preacher : Very Revd David Brindley, Dean of Portsmouth will Join members of the local branch of the Dickens Fellowship in celebrating the anniversary of his death with a service and tea at the Church where he was baptised. Choral Evensong followed by Tea and readings from Dickens. For details phone 023 92 8144 44.

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June 8th

Havant Complementary Health Group

Meeting your Guardian Angel with Lenise Shaw

Lenise will talk about the different ways that we can connect with the Angelic Realm, and the relevance of Angels in our daily life. Lenise will also lead a guided meditation to meet your Guardian Angel.

10:30 am

Langstone Conservative Club, Denvilles House, 33 Emsworth Rd, Havant.

Entrance fee: £4

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Monday 8th June

Portsmouth Library Service

Is launching 2 new colouring-in groups for adults.  Research has found that colouring-in is a great way to beat stress, and aids relaxation. The groups are drop-in. All materials will be provided.  Beddow Library will host a group every Monday afternoon, 2-4pm and  North End Library's will  run every Thursday afternoon, 2-4pm Tel:Patricia Garrett 023 9268 8259.

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8th June

To celebrate Carers Week 2015, which runs from 8th to 12th June, The Princess Royal Trust for Carers in Hampshire have organised an Information Stall on Monday from 10am till 3pm at Sainsbury’s Waterlooville Superstore, Hambledon Road, Waterlooville.

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Wednesday 10th June

Gosport Jazz Club

Vintage Hot Five

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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Wednesday 10 June

South East Hants Tinnitus Support Group

Will be holding their next meeting as usual at the Bedhampton Social Hall Centre commencing at 7:30pm.

They will be having a guest speaker/demonstrator who will be a representative from 'Freedom Therapies'

There will be a Small admission charge, Free Car Parking, Refreshments available. And they will look forward to seeing members and new visitors. For further details contact: Ann Hudson 01243 786135 or Ray Bowman 07523 416490

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10th June 2015

Safeguarding Children & Young People:  

All staff, paid or voluntary, and all committee members of organisations working with children need to understand their role in protecting children.  They also need to be aware of good practice procedures and child protection policies. This course will provide participants with a thorough overview of these areas and give them confidence in providing a safer environment for children. No prior knowledge is necessary. Times: 9.30am – 1.00pm. Venue: Community Action Fareham, 163 West Street, Fareham, Cost: £50 (discounted to £30 for voluntary/community organisations. Call Katie Allen on: 01329 223155

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Thursday 11 / Friday 12 June

Cookery and Garden Book Sale and Café | 10am – 3pm

The first of the Tuppenny Barn book sales. This time we are selling second hand cookery and garden books to raise funds for the Education Centre. Whilst browsing enjoy a drink and homemade cake in our café. Free entry. Meet: Tuppenny Barn, Southbourne, phone 01243 377780.

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11th – 13th June

LAST STAY AT FAWLTY TOWERS:

THE WEDDING PARTY: BASIL THE RAT: GOURMET NIGHT

FAREHAM MUSICAL SOCIETY

Ferneham Hall, Osborn Road, Fareham

01329 231942

8.00 pm. PLAY – by Connie Booth and John Cleese

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Thursday 11 June 2015,

POETRY AS HEALING

With leading poet Chris Tutton at Portsmouth Central Library, Room F starts at 2:00pm this is A series of two free workshops exploring how reading and writing poetry can help with anxiety, stress and depression. Discover how to control emotions and become empowered in these friendly, supportive and interactive workshops. To book your free place, ask at your local library or call 023 9268 8057.

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Saturday 13 June

Local Food Market | 10am – 1pm

Discover lots of local food producers in this friendly market at Tuppenny Barn. Includes pop-up café and children’s activities. Free entry and parking Meet: Tuppenny Barn, Southbourne, phone 01243 377780

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Saturday 13 June

Outdoor Cooking for Families | 4pm / 3 hours

Get ready for the camping season with a fun, family cooking session with local food writer Rosemary Moon in the garden at Tuppenny Barn. Rosemary will be working with us to make some great tasting food that is simple to prepare. Session includes refreshments, a taste of the dishes cooked and recipes to take away. phone 01243 377780

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Saturday June 13th            

Coffee  Morning for Father’s Day

Will start 10.30am at St Wilfrid’s Church, George Street, Portsmouth. This is a morning of refreshments, and competitions to raise some funds. For more details phone  023 92 8144 44

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Sunday June 14

Queen Elizabeth country Park

A Diabetes Woodland Walk will be held.  The Walks will be of different lengths to suit the young and the not so young (meaning the staff of Angel radio). Details for registering and sponsor forms are available from David Bailey. Phone: 02392643504.  ====================================================

Monday 15th June

An Evening with William Nicholson at Chichester Cathedral

As part of the Chichester Festival, screenwriter, playwright and novelist William Nicholson will be talking about his latest novel The lovers of Amherst.

6.30 pm

Tickets £5 available from Chichester Library 01243 777351

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17-20 June

WEST END 2 BROADWAY

PORTSMOUTH PLAYERS  

Players Studio Theatre, Milton Park, Milton Road, Portsmouth 023 92 370501

7.30pm and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.  

Revue - Songs from the Shows

Tickets £10.

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Thursday 18th June

Behind the Scenes at Chichester Festival Theatre

Join past and present behind the scenes staff as they talk about tackling some of the Theatre’s biggest technical challenges and bring to life documents from its archive.

7.30pm ….. Tickets are free and available from Chichester Library 01243 777351

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Thursday 18th June  

Havant U3A

Plains Indians of North America A talk by Susan Dewey, who actually lived among them. Starts 2.30 pm.  At Bedhampton Social Hall.  New members and guests very welcome.

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Thursday June 18th            

Charity Lunch

Will be held at St. Wilfrid’s Church, George Street, Portsmouth This is a chance to enjoy a light lunch and money raised will be used to support a charity.  It will start at 12 noon.  For details phone 023 92 8144 44.

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THURSDAY 18TH JUNE

THE UNVEILING OF A COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE

IN WATERLOOVILLE PRECINCT

On the 200 year anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo see the unveiling of the Waterloovile 200 Plaque.

10am: Music from the HMS Nelson Saxophone Quintet

10.30am: Unveiling of the Waterlooville Plaque

Refreshments afterwards at Waterlooville Library.

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Friday 19 June to Sunday 21st June

Flower Festival 2015

Celebrating 800 years of Magna Carta at ST. Mary’s Church, Cot Lane, Chidham, West

Sussex times for Friday 19 June is 10am - 6pm Saturday 20 June10am – 6pm Sunday21 June  12:30pm – 6pm refreshments, raffle, children’s quiz, etc. free entry .. donations welcome

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Friday 19th June

An Evening with Tim Weaver

As part of the Chichester Festival former journalist and magazine editor Tim Weaver will be at Chichester Library hosting a talk about his most recent novel Fall From Grace.

7.30pm ….. Tickets £3 available from Chichester Library 01243 777351

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Friday 19th June

Whitehaven Rest Home, 22 Whitehaven, Horndean

Open Day

11am-4pm.

All members of public are welcome to view this dementia friendly care home and the care given to residents.

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Saturday 20th June

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Lavant Fete, village Green, Pook Lane, Lavant  1.30pm – 3.30pm’

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June 20th 2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Talk by David Minnion, ‘Baja California’

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall, St.Colman's Avenue, Cosham

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SATURDAY 20TH JUNE

WATERLOOVILLE 200 DAY

IN WATERLOOVILLE PRECINCT

From 10.30am: A day filled with commemoration, music, performances and festivities.

11am: Procession

11.45am: Flying of the new Waterlooville Flag

12 Midday: Firing of the Cannon

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Saturday 20th June

Queen Alexandra Hospital

League of Friends will have a stall at the Portchester show. Selling baby clothes, bric-a-brac, books and greeting cards.  They are in need of more volunteers if you’re interested please  phone 02392 286797.

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Sunday 21st June

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Stonemason’s Inn, North St, Petworth

2pm-4.30pm Tel:01798 342510.

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Sunday 21st June

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Chichester City Club, 13 North Pallant, Chichester …  jazz evening 7-10pm.

Non- members £1.     01243 785865

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Sunday June 21st                    

Music Foundation Concert

Will be held at St Mary’s Church, Fratton Road, Portsmouth Admission is free and will start at 4pm.  A retiring Collection in aid of the St Mary’s Music Foundation, which supports young people from the area in developing their musical skills. Tel: 023 92 8144 44.

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21st June 2015

Hayling Island 999 day, organised by the Hayling Island First Responders,

At beachlands. A free event and a good opportunity to take dad's out on Father's Day,

Starts at 10: 30am ….. Blendworth Brass Band, lots of stands from the various Emergency organisations. Displays by - Royal Navy Bomb Disposal Team, Coast Guard and Hampshire & Isle of Wight Air Ambulance.

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Monday 22nd June

Dementia Awareness Day at Chichester Library

Do you want to find out more about dementia and the support that is available locally? Meet representatives from Alzheimer’s Society and other organisations.

12 - 4pm followed by a Singing for the Brain session at 5pm

There is no need to book, just come along on the day

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Monday 22 June

Dragonflies of Sussex Identification Course | 10am / 1.5 hours

Dragonflies are the acrobats of the insect world, they are skilful hunters and with their stunning colours, are a true sign of summer. Come and learn about the amazing dragonflies of Sussex, how to identify them, their life cycles and the importance of ponds. Session led by entomologist Dr Alison Barker and supported by Sarah Hughes, Wildlife Officer. £5 pp. Tuppeny Barn, Southbourne phone 01243 377780

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June 22nd

Havant Complementary Health Group

Earth Healing for Optimum Health with Anne Wilson

Join Anne to learn how you can improve your chances for optimum health and check if you are sleeping in a healthy home.

10:30 am

Langstone Conservative Club, Denvilles House, 33 Emsworth Rd, Havant.

Entrance fee: £4

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Tuesday 23rd June

Successful Self-publishing the CHINDI Way

As part of the Chichester Festival, four local authors, who have successfully self-published their books, will share their experiences and lessons learnt the hard way at this inter-active workshop.

Chichester Library, Tower Street, Chichester

7.30pm

Tickets are £4 available from Chichester Library 01243 777351

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Wednesday 24th – Saturday 27th June

CIDER WITH ROSIE

HUMDRUM

The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre,  East Street,  Havant

023 9247 2700

7.30pm. and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm

PLAY from a book by Laurie Lee

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Wednesday 24 – Saturday 25

THE WIZARD OF OZ ( RSC )

CCADS Kings Theatre, Albert Road, Southsea, Hampshire,023 9282 8282 7.00pm MUSICAL – By L Frank Baum  with music and lyrics by Harold Arlen & E Y Harburg

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Wednesday 24th June

The Art of Fore-Edge Painting

As part of the  Chichester Festival, there will be an illustrated talk on the secret book art of Fore Edge Painting at the Novium Museum.

The Novium Museum, Tower Street, Chichester Po19 1QJ

4pm

Tickets £4 available from Chichester Library or the Novium Museum

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Thursday 25 – Saturday 27

ACORN ANTIQUES: THE MUSICAL

DENMEAD OPERATIC SOCIETY Festival Hall, Heath Road, Petersfield,023 9225 3558.  7.30pm. and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.  MUSICAL by Victoria Wood

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Friday 26th JUNE

Are you lonely? Meet new friends in the lounge at Bedhampton Social Hall on the last Friday of each month at the new Tea and Chat afternoons from 2pm to 4pm.

The No.23 Southsea bus stops outside the hall. Tea & Biscuit just 50p.

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Friday 26th June

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Steam Packet, 54 River Road, Littlehampton

8pm -10.30pm. Booking advised. 01903 715994

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Saturday 27th June

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Jazz night dance and buffet in aid of St. Wilfrid’s Hospice. East Wittering Village Hall, St Anne’s Way, Church Rd, East Wittering. 8pm – 11pm Details and tickets: Marion Kerly 01243 673544

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SATURDAY 27th JUNE

CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY- A show by Roynon Dance School that will be performed by a hundred dancers to depict Charlie's fantastical and eerie journey.

6 pm

The Berry Theatre, Wildern Lane, Hedge End

Tickets £10 for children, students and over 60s, £12 for adults

Telephone : 07801 932 952

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The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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Sunday 28 June

Open Day at Tuppenny Barn | 2pm

Annual Open Day which is bigger and better than ever. See how we grow our organic produce, visit the bee hives, meet local producers, enjoy a cream tea, children’s activities and lots more.

£3 pp, free parking.

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Monday 29th June

An Evening with Peter Lovesey

Celebrated crime writer Peter Lovesey winner of the prestigious Cartier Diamond Dagger Award for crime writing, talks about his latest book: Down among the Dead Men as part of the Chichester festival.

Chichester Library, Tower Street

7.30pm  

Tickets £3 available from Chichester Library 01243 777351

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Tuesday 30 June - 4 July

PRINCESS IDA

HAVANT LIGHT OPERA

The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre,  East Street,  Havant

023 9247 2700

7.30pm  OPERETTA

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Tuesday 30th June

Ladies Night in with Harriet Evans and Jill Mansell

As part of the Chichester Festival Sunday Times bestseller Harriet evans will be talking about her beautiful emotionally charged novel, A Place for Us, alongside No.1 bestselling author Jill Mansell whose novel Three Amazing Things About You deals with a young woman whose time is running out.

Chichester Library, Tower Street, Chichester

7.30pm

Tickets £3 from Chichester Library -1243 777351

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Wednesday 1st-3rd July

Roleplay

Is being performed by the Horndean Amateur theatrical Society at theMerchistoun Hall,Portsmouth Road,Horndean. It starts at 7.30 pm. And it’s a Play by Alan Ayckbourn Tel:023 92785800.

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First Thursday of each month

Tea dance at the Bedhampton Social Hall Centre

Ballroom, popular sequence dances and old time …. and the odd line dance as well.

Admission is £3 which includes tea and cake. 2pm to 4.15pm

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1-4 July

PLAYERS IN THE BARN WITH SONDHEIM  

PORTSMOUTH PLAYERS Players Studio Theatre, Milton Park, Milton Road, Portsmouth 023 92 370501 7.30pm. and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.  Revue – Life & times of Stephen Sondheim through his music Tickets £10.

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Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th JULY.

FLOWER FESTIVAL AT ST PETER'S CHURCH, NORTH HAYLING

OPENING TIMES: 3rd & 4th 10.30-5.30 …..  5th JULY 12.30-5.30.

FREE ENTRY BUT PROGRAMMES £2 AT THE DOOR.

REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE. RING 02392637353 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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Saturday 4th July

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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Sunday 5th July

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Sunbeam Car Rally, Norton Park, Sutton Scotney, Nr. Winchester, 12.30pm – 4pm.

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Sunday 5th July

Queen Alexandra Hospital

League of friends will be holding a stall, at the Denmead Horse show. They will be selling baby clothes, bric-a-brac, books and greeting cards.  If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer with the League of friends please phone 02392 286797.

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Tuesday 7th July

An evening with Pippa Greenwood

As part of the Chichester festival Pippa will be at Chichester Library taking a look at some of her favourite crops, best varieties and giving plenty of tips and ideas for how to have a great growing year.

Chichester Library, Tower Street

7.30pm

Tickets £4 from Chichester Library 01243 777351

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Wednesday 8th July

Gosport Jazz Club

Sportinghouse Strings

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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Wednesday 8th July

Emsworth Community Singers

Are performing a compilation of music from the shows, as part of the festival of Chichester, and is being held at the assembly room, north street, chichester,

Starting at 7.30pm, tickets £10 from cathedral cloisters Tel: 01243 813595.

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Thursday 9th July

Blood Royal

As part of the Chichester festival authors: Vanora Bennett, Elizabeth Fremantle and Robyn Young will be at Chichester Library discussing whether royal blood is a curse or a blessing by exploring some of the most brutal periods of history.

Chichester Library, Tower Street

7.30pm

Tickets £3 from Chichester Library 01243 777351

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Saturday 11th July  ( No Address was given)

PROMS IN THE PARK 2015

A live open-air concert with Denmead’s very own Brass Band gates open at 5.15pm with the main event due to start at 6.15pm.  Both the Denmead Training Band and the Pompey Pluckers are providing musical support.  Refreshments and fines wines are available, tickets costs £6 each.

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Saturday 18th July

George’s Regis Jazz Band

North Mundham Gala and Flower Show, Playing fields, School Lane, North Mundam, Nr Chichester  2pm – 4.30pm.

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16-26

LADIES DOWN UNDER

BENCH THEATRE COMPANY The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre,  East Street,  Havant, 023 9247 2700 7.30 pm. with Saturday matinee on 18th at 2.30pm. PLAY by Amanda Whittington.

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July 18th 2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Talk by John Pilbeam, ‘Echinocereus’

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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Sunday 19th July

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Stonemason’s Inn, North St, Petworth

2pm-4.30pm Tel:01798 342510.

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Friday 31st JULY

Are you lonely? Meet new friends in the lounge at Bedhampton Social Hall on the last Friday of each month at the new Tea and Chat afternoons from 2pm to 4pm.

The No.23 Southsea bus stops outside the hall. Tea & Biscuit just 50p.

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Friday 31st July

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Steam Packet, 54 River Road, Littlehampton,

8pm -10.30pm. Booking advised. 01903 715994

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The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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AUGUST

First Thursday of each month

Tea dance at the Bedhampton Social Hall Centre

Ballroom, popular sequence dances and old time …. and the odd line dance as well.

Admission is £3 which includes tea and cake. 2pm to 4.15pm

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Sunday 16TH August

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Stonemason’s Inn, North St, Petworth

2pm-4.30pm Tel:01798 342510

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Wednesday 19th August

Gosport Jazz Club

Savannah

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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Friday 28th AUGUST

Are you lonely? Meet new friends in the lounge at Bedhampton Social Hall on the last Friday of each month at the new Tea and Chat afternoons from 2pm to 4pm.

The No.23 Southsea bus stops outside the hall. Tea & Biscuit just 50p.

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Friday 28th August

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Steam Packet, 54 River Road, Littlehampton,

8pm -10.30pm. Booking advised. 01903 715994

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Sunday 30th August

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Hayling Island for St George, Hayling Plaza, Bembridge Drive, Hayling Island. 3 sets between 1pm and 4.15pm

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Sunday 30th August

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Chichester City Club, 13 North Pallant, Chichester,  jazz evening 7-10pm.

Non- members £1. 01243 785865

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SEPTEMBER

The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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First Thursday of each month

Tea dance at the Bedhampton Social Hall Centre

Ballroom, popular sequence dances and old time …. and the odd line dance as well.

Admission is £3 which includes tea and cake. 2pm to 4.15pm

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Saturday 5th September

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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Wednesday 9th September

Gosport Jazz Club

Jeff Barnhart Quartet

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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Saturday 12th September

Collectables Fair …. 10am til 1pm

Drift Road Evangelical Church, Clanfield

Stamps, coins, postcards, cigarette cards & more

Raising funds for the Leprosy Mission

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Wednesday 16th September

Gosport Jazz Club

Old Green River - Martin Bennett

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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Thursday 17 September    

Havant U3A

Are holding their Annual General Meeting and Groups’ Fair.  Starting 2.30 pm at Bedhampton Social Hall. New members and guests very welcome.

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17-19 September

THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK

CCADS

Kings Theatre, Albert Road, Southsea

023 9282 8282

7.30pm with Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm

MUSICAL COMEDY

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17th-19th & 23rd-26th September

BENCH THEATRE COMPANY

Breaking the code at The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, East Street, Havant, 023 9247 2700 starts 7.30 pm. with Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.on Sep 19th   PLAY by Hugh Whitemore

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September 19th 2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Talk by Eddy Harris, ‘Conophytums’

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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22-26 September

JEKYLL AND HYDE

FAREHAM MUSICAL SOCIETY

Ferneham Hall,  Osborn Road,  Fareham

01329 231942

7.30 pm. and with Saturday Matinee at 2.30 pm.  

MUSICAL

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23rd-26th September

BENCH THEATRE COMPANY

Breaking the code at The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, East Street, Havant, 023 9247 2700 starts 7.30 pm. with Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.on Sep 19th   PLAY by Hugh Whitemore

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30 September - 3 Oct

ARSENIC and OLD LACE

HUMDRUM

The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre,  East Street,  Havant

023 9247 2700

7.30 pm. and with Saturday Matinee at 2.30 pm

PLAY

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Wednesday 30th September

Gosport Jazz Club

Tiger Tim Eyles’ Ragamuffins

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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OCTOBER

First Thursday of each month

Tea dance at the Bedhampton Social Hall Centre

Ballroom, popular sequence dances and old time …. and the odd line dance as well.

Admission is £3 which includes tea and cake. 2pm to 4.15pm

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Saturday 3rd October

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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10th October

AUTUMN CONCERT

PORTSMOUTH LIGHT ORCHESTRA

Admiral Lord Nelson School, Portsmouth,

023 9237 1135

7.30pm. CONCERT

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13-17

SUNSET BLVD

PORTSMOUTH PLAYERS

Kings Theatre, Albert Road, Southsea 023 9282 8282 7.30pm. and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.  MUSICAL: Andrew Lloyd Webber.

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Wednesday 14th October

Gosport Jazz Club

Sunset Cafe Stompers

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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October 17th 2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Talk by Trevor Wray ‘Around the Shows - good ideas, plants and humour from BCSS & RHS Shows’

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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27-31 October

BRIEF ENCOUNTER

PHOENIX PLAYERS Trinity Church Theatre,  Albert Road, (inside Francis Ave),

Southsea, 0845 467 6462 7.30 pm.  with Saturday Matinee at 2.30 pm  By Noel

Coward adapted for stage by Emma Rice

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Wednesday 28th October

Gosport Jazz Club

Excelsior Vintage

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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29-31 October

BUGSY MALONE

STAGE ONE YOUTH THEATRE Ferneham Hall, Osborn Road,  Fareham,  Hampshire, 01329 231942  7.30 pm.   MUSICAL, Libretti by Alan Parker & Words/Music by Paul Williams.

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NOVEMBER

The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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First Thursday of each month

Tea dance at the Bedhampton Social Hall Centre

Ballroom, popular sequence dances and old time …. and the odd line dance as well.

Admission is £3 which includes tea and cake. 2pm to 4.15pm

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5th – 7th November

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

FAREHAM MUSICAL SOCIETY

Ferneham Hall,  Osborn Road,  Fareham

01329 231942

7.30 pm.  PLAY by Agatha Christie

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Saturday 7th November

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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Wednesday 11th November

Harry Strutters

Excelsior Vintage

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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Saturday 14th November

Collectables Fair …. 10am til 1pm

Drift Road Evangelical Church, Clanfield

Stamps, coins, postcards, cigarette cards & more

Raising funds for the Leprosy Mission

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18-21 November

SWEENEY TODD – THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET

Hayling Musical Society  Hayling Community Centre,  Hayling Park,  Station Road,  West Town,  Hayling Island 023 9246 7545 7.30 pm. musical thriller by Stephen Sondheim.

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November 21st  2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Talk by David Neville  ‘Practical help with your plants’

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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Wednesday 25th November

Kevin Grenfell's Giants of Jazz

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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30 November-Dec 5

ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST

CCADS The Square Tower, Old Portsmouthwww.ccads-theatre.co.uk   07834 367659

7.30 pm.  With Saturday Matinee at 2.30 pm PLAY by Dale Wassermann, based on the novel by Ken Kesey.

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DECEMBER

The Oasis Centre

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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First Thursday of each month

Tea dance at the Bedhampton Social Hall Centre

Ballroom, popular sequence dances and old time …. and the odd line dance as well.

Admission is £3 which includes tea and cake. 2pm to 4.15pm

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Saturday 5th December

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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Wednesday 9th December

Pedigree Jazz Band

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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Wednesday 16th December

Xmas party - Sussex Jazz Kings

Gosport and Fareham Rugby Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport

8pm ….. Tickets £8 members. Guests £10

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20th December

CHRISTMAS CONCERT

PORTSMOUTH LIGHT ORCHESTRA

Buckland Community Centre, Malins Road, Portsmouth

023 9237 1135

2.30pm.

CONCERT of Christmas music & carols. Mince pies & cuppa available -donations to  Buckland Community Centre.