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Aldershot mice-infested food outlets formally cautioned for poor hygiene

Al Makkah Halal Food, Everest Cash and Carry and Sky Fast Food were issued with a zero food hygiene rating, denoting urgent improvement

'Deliberate' blaze near Aldershot grassland

The fire at Caesar's Camp was said to be half the size of a football pitch

Aldershot Military Festival events confirmed

New for 2015 will be a film festival featuring Kajaki, Fury, Battle of Britain, Gallipoli and Hurt Locker 

Joanna Lumley under fire for branding Aldershot racist

Joanna Lumley at the High Court with the Gurkhas as part of the ongoing campaign for equality in the British forces, and right to British citizenship
The actress, who was instrumental in fighting for the Gurkhas right to settle in the UK, has sparked outrage following her comments

Youth charity still Source of inspiration- despite cuts

The Source, Adam Stacey with Yvonne Hannington, Sue Evans, Sue Collen, Sue Hickey and Diana Wood
The Source Young People's charity in Aldershot helped more than 4,000 young people last year

Out with the old and in with the new for Aldershot Town boss Barry Smith

New Aldershot Town manager Barry Smith says the departure of first-team coach Matt Gray this week was 'amicable' and by 'mutual consent'

Pub of the Year: Historic Crimea Inn's popularity soars

We are featuring a different Pub of the Year hopeful every week in the News & Mail. Pick up a copy of the paper for a voting slip to back your local

Aldershot Town boss Barry Smith admits he faces a fight to keep Jordan Roberts

Homegrown talent Jordan Roberts has attracted the interest of at least two Football League clubs after making 100 appearances for Aldershot Town

Aldershot mice-infested food outlets formally cautioned for poor hygiene

Al Makkah Halal Food, Everest Cash and Carry and Sky Fast Food were issued with a zero food hygiene rating, denoting urgent improvement

Aldershot business returns to give town centre boost

Bob Swann of Cygnets has opened a shop in Union Street, Aldershot
Cygnets Galleries is back after a two-year hiatus and hoping to 'inspire creative thinking'

Aldershot Lido back for the summer season with new deals and discounts

It is hoped that season tickets, pre-paid tickets and military discounts will attract more people to the lido this summer

Aldershot in Pictures

Aldershot Military Festival events confirmed

New for 2015 will be a film festival featuring Kajaki, Fury, Battle of Britain, Gallipoli and Hurt Locker 

Pub of the Year: Historic Crimea Inn's popularity soars

We are featuring a different Pub of the Year hopeful every week in the News & Mail. Pick up a copy of the paper for a voting slip to back your local

About Aldershot

Known as the home of the British Army, Aldershot has the West End Centre and Princes Hall arts and entertainment venues, as well as a strongly-supported football club, Aldershot Town. The Westgate retail and leisure development was completed in 2012, with thousands of new homes planned under Project Wellesley and My North Town Renewal Project.

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Aldershot Lido back for the summer season with new deals and discounts

Pub of the Year: Historic Crimea Inn's popularity soars

VE Day: 70th anniversary celebrations hosted by Aldershot is a success

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