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Eversley

Eversley is a quiet and affluent village with much open space. It is home to several country pubs and two old schools - Charles Kingsley's Primary School which was founded in 1853 and St Neot's School, dating back to 1888. Eversley Cricket Club is one of the oldest in Hampshire.

 

Rob Collard looks to claim outright BTCC lead

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Rob Collard is looking for a 50th British Touring Car Championship podium place at Oulton Park this weekend - at the very least

Collard roars to first BTCC victory of the season

Rob Collard earned more points than any other British Touring Car driver at Donington Park over the weekend and goes into the Thruxton weekend fourth in the championship standings

Hampshire police warn residents to be vigilant after spate of rural crimes

People are urged to improve shed security by placing tools and garden equipment in locked sheds or garages, mark items with a postcode and fit sheds with alarms

Whizzkid Jordan Collard aims to follow in the footsteps of esteemed Dad, Rob

Jordan Collard, 15, will be competing at the same race meetings as Dad Rob, in the British Touring Car Championship rounds

A Hants & Berks Motor Club event at West Court, Eversley, in 1946

Hampshire and Berkshire motoring club celebrating 70th anniversary

Hants & Berks Motor Club celebrates its proud history of pioneering events in a changing motoring world

Hart best place to live in UK for fifth consecutive year

Health of residents, employment rates and even the weather are all better than UK averages

Santa hats and winter warmers at Eversley gastro pub

If you're dining at The Chequers this winter, expect a personal Santa hat waiting for you at your table

We Love Hart spokesman David Turver (left) and Tristram Carey of Winchfield Action Group with a map of Hart district and the areas under threat of development

Hart's new homes consultation branded a 'waste of time and money'

We Love Hart campaigners say other brownfield sites should be considered for homes

Journal could provide insight into the lives of WWI soldiers who stayed in Yateley hospital

Historians in Yateley are excited having got their hands on a journal that could hold clues as to the identities of soldiers treated in the town's hospitals during the Great War

Hart District Council is asking residents where they want future homes to be built

Hart releases list of possible sites for future development

Residents are being asked to comment on potential housing sites across the district and to rank their preferences

Inspire Business Awards 2015: iWaste aims for Small Business of the Year Award

Eversley company has made a name for itself disposing of business electrical equipment

Eversley 'greenfield' homes plan defeated after second application

Plans for 121 new homes in Eversley have been unanimously rejected by members of Hart District Council's planning committee

Inspire Business Awards: Finalists announced for 2015

After a stellar year for Hart and Rushmoor businesses in the 2014 awards, another 12 are bidding for similar success this year

Fears Yateley Library could have opening hours cut after usage falls

More than 20,000 fewer people used the library during the recent financial years - compared to two years before

Conservatives slam Hart District Council for ‘disgraceful propaganda’ in newspaper over Winchfield development

Hart District Council is under-fire for setting out 'why it needs 3,500 new homes in Hart' in its official newspaper

Happy Hart gains latest plaudit for high rate of people who are satisfied with life

Just look at how cheerfully Hart people replied when ONS asked them to rate their sense of wellbeing out of 10

Driving rain not enough to deter car enthusiasts from classic show

The Frog and Wicket pub put on the show in aid of charity, attracting a strong crowd of car lovers

Chequers food and drink festival returns to celebrate local produce

What to expect at the two-day event held at The Chequers pub in Eversley

No Justice for Yateley CC after basement boys show late defiance

Eversley ease relegation fears but there's mixed fortunes for Aldershot and Fleet in division 3A

Parish council urges residents to rise against homes plan

Eversley parish councillors say it is now or never, as deadline to object to plans for 121 new homes looms

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