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Saturday 29th Feb 2020

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What's On

Thursday 5 March - Blazin’ Fiddles - Emsworth Baptist Church

Friday 6 March - Comedy @ The Club - Emsworth Sports & Social Club

Saturday 21 March - Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham - Emsworth Baptist Church

Saturday 28 March (TBC) - Doug MacLeod  Multiple Blues read full article »

A new speakers club formed to serve both the Havant and Waterlooville areas. Meetings at the Wheelwrights Arms in Havant start at 7:15 pm on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month

Guests and potential members are always welcome.

The aim of the club is to assist members read full article »

The club is held in a small venue which, while part of its charm means space is limited - booking is strongly advised.

Hambledon Folk Club offers a friendly and intimate setting enjoyed by artists and audience alike: many performers comment on the warmth of their reception and a read full article »

Monday 23rd March - 18:45 for 19:30 hrs - ‘Battle of Britain – the  Making of the Movie’ presented by Mr Phil Holt.

2019 marked the 50th anniversary of this fabulous film’s premiere.  From his first hand research into the making of this masterpiece of film, Phil will be read full article »

Saturday 28th March - Spring Show at 2pm in the St Johns Church Hall,120 Redhill Road, Rowlands Castle, PO9 6DF.

Competitions open to all and schedules are available from the village Hardware Store and on the Rowlands Castle Association website from the beginning of March. read full article »

Spirit-of-the-South ladies chorus offer you the chance to take up a stimulating hobby.

Drop in on any of our open evenings, and experience first hand the joy of Four Part Harmony.

Held on the FIRST TUESDAY of every month, at Havant Methodist Church, Havant, Hants, from 7- read full article »

New Park Road, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 7XY

26th February: 'Battle of Britain over Chichester, 1940: Aerial action and archaeological implications ', by John Smith

25th March: ‘Living with Monuments: recent work on the Neolithic of the Avebury region ', by Professor Josh Pollard

22nd April: ‘Place-names in the read full article »

WEA

DAY SCHOOL ASPECTS OF HOUSING HISTORY

Saturday 7 March - 10.00am - 3.00pm - Hearth and Home' - Tutor: Geoffrey Mead, will consider the variety of UK housing including aspects of its history, design and building materials. We will look at city centre properties as well as suburban dwellings and the highly distinctive read full article »