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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.

Lights go out for Eversley and boss Thomas

Eversley & California dreams of playing CCL Premier football for the first time have been shattered

Drivers in Eversley urged to slow down before child is killed

Speed indicator device (SID) captured data revealing 2,000 cars travelling at 50mph or faster through 30mph village

Potholes to be repaired after causing disabled woman's wheelchair to tip over

Half a dozen potholes on Plough Road are to be filled in over the next couple of weeks according to the county highways team

Exhibition to display £2.5m roundabout scheme

Residents have been urged to attend a public meeting to see plans for a new £2.5 million roundabout at a busy junction between Hartley Wintney and Yateley

Rob Collard gets a double dose of podium joy

Eversley race ace Rob Collard produced his best performance of the British Touring Car Championship season with a double podium finish at Oulton Park

Victim of brutal attack speaks out after sentencing

Father from Yateley now suffers from double vision and is unable to ride his motorbike after being attacked on his way home

Two men locked up for late-night attack in Yateley

Two young men have been sentenced to two and half years for inflicting GBH on a 47-year-old man as he walked home from the pub

Application for combat games in Eversley draws a blank

Hart District Council has rejected plans submitted by one of the directors of Gunman Airsoft on the grounds that there was ‘insufficient and imprecise’ information

Museum plan for village hall in Eversley

An application has been submitted to revamp Eversley Village Hall so that it can display and store historical artefacts

Lorraine Page of Moulsham Lane, Yateley, outside her conservatory which was flooded during the bad weather in February

Council to help residents affected by winter floods

Victims who suffered 'exceptional hardship or misfortune' due to floods between December 1 and March 31 to receive reduced council tax bills

Two men found guilty of late-night attack in Yateley

A jury has found two men guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent after a man was attacked on his walk home from the Dog and Partridge pub

Full Spede ahead as rivals prepare for battle

Local drivers will be out to make home advantage pay this Sunday when the Track Championship returns to the Aldershot Raceway

Battle over war games wood

A businessman running combat games has clashed with councillors over an application to continue this use of the Eversley woodland

£2m waste recycling plant officially opened in Eversley

A new waste recycling plant which is made out of recycled materials has been officially opened in Eversley

Youngsters dress up to mark World Book Day

Pupils celebrated World Book Day on Thursday by dressing up as their favourite book character, author or genre of book

'Menace' of motorists driving at more than double 30mph limit

A speed indicator device in Eversley has recorded speeds of up to 75mph

Five times more recycling production approved for Eversley quarry

R Collard has been given permission to boost production at Warren Heath Recycling Facility although the council has placed conditions on the site

A fallen tree on Hawley Lane, Blackwater

Weekend winds were 'the worst' in years

Two-hundred trees were blown down in stormy weather at the weekend causing disruption, power cuts and damage to homes and cars

Books

Mobile library services set to be axed

Mobile libraries in Hart and Rushmoor could be lost as Hampshire County Council aims to save £93m by 2015. But the loss of the service could 'destroy' quality of life in rural areas.

St Neot’s School bursar Andy Brown (right) with pupils and staff in front of the proposed development site

Eversley school proposes homes on site to fundraise

St Neot’s School wants to build up to 15 houses to pay for a £2m state-of-the-art sports centre

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