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Hold Your Horse Is hang up their saddle

The Frimley based trio are to perform their final show at the Aldershot West End Centre following six years of music making

Aldershot police station sell-off 'likely to happen'

Police
The site in Wellington Avenue is currently only 30% occupied and Hampshire Constabulary needs to make multi-million pound savings

Council could decide on KFC drive-through proposal next month

An existing KFC drive-through and restaurant, similar to the one that could be built in Aldershot
A public consultation has now concluded into KFC’s application to open a drive-through restaurant in North Close, off North Lane

Signs of squatters at pub outbuildings destroyed by inferno

Firefighters investigating blaze in buildings behind vacant Lord Campbell pub in Aldershot find evidence of drug use and human excrement

Sat nav sends drink-driver to police station

Aldershot Magistrates' Court
Prajay Shrestha, 21, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol and was disqualified from driving for 17 months
Aldershot celebrate staying up.

Delight for Shots as win all but secures Conference status

A deflected effort from Mark Molesley six minutes from time was enough to help Aldershot Town secure a 2-1 win at Woking on Easter Monday

Shots go in search of derby delight

Aldershot Town warmed up for their crunch Bank Holiday tussle against Woking with a hard-fought 3-2 victory over Salisbury

Last-gasp Williams earns Shots a precious point

Brett Williams netted a 95th-minute penalty as Aldershot Town rescued what could be a valuable point in their battle to survive the drop.
Artist's impression of houses within the Aldershot Urban Extension

University to run new Aldershot school instead of church

The school is being built as part of Aldershot's expansion and will allow pupils to work with university departments

Military buildings to house pupils from new development

Artist's impression of development which is part of the Aldershot Urban Extension plan
Property developer behind Aldershot Urban Extension plans for new children to be educated in old military buildings while new primary school is built

New school likely to be academy or free school

School children
The Connaught School unlikely to be allowed to run new primary school being built as part of Project Wellesley

Aldershot in Pictures

Closure threat for Gurkha welfare centre

The Gurkha Welfare Advice Centre in Aldershot could be replaced by an outreach service, depending on the outcomes of a review this autumn

Policy on Rushmoor immigration questioned

Joanna Lumley
Anti-immigration group calls on council to answer questions on the so-called Nepalese debate in Rushmoor

Nepalese support group gains 4,000 members

Cllr Alex Crawford set up the We Love the Gurkhas group
Founder of Nepalese support group says the membership numbers show most people are behind the Nepalese community settling locally
Police

Aldershot police station sell-off 'likely to happen'

The site in Wellington Avenue is currently only 30% occupied and Hampshire Constabulary needs to make multi-million pound savings

Council could decide on KFC drive-through proposal next month

An existing KFC drive-through and restaurant, similar to the one that could be built in Aldershot
A public consultation has now concluded into KFC’s application to open a drive-through restaurant in North Close, off North Lane

Developers 'letting people down' over affordable housing, says councillor

Criticism comes after Rushmoor Borough Council agrees to a development without any affordable housing

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.

Videos & Photos

Ali Wilson is running the marathon for Christopher's Smile charity

Hampshire marathon runners raise money for good causes

L/R: Buddhist Communty Centre UK (BCCUK) trustees Janga Bahadur Gurung, public relations officer Maj (Retd) Damar Ghale MBE and Ram Bahadur Gurung at the Buddhist Community Centre in Aldershot High Street, stood in front of where the Buddha statues will sit when they have been purchased from Nepal

Hope that new Buddhist centre can unite communities

Eric Bristow's darts defeat to Aldershot amateurs

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