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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.

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

Food Review: Summer captured on a plate at award-winning Eversley pub

Ray Brenner, head chef of The Chequers scoops a national award, earning him a place in the country’s culinary elite

Gig on the Green: 16 restaurants and pubs around Yateley

Places to eat in the area if you're heading to the town's summer music festival

Fire that destroyed car 'not accidental'

Firefighters attended a fire that destroyed a car in Eversley on Monday morning and suspect arson could be to blame

'Friendliest street in Britain' claim by Highwood Close residents in Yateley

"We look out for each other, it's a really supportive close"

12 hotels and B&Bs in easy reach of Gig on the Green 2015

A guide to hotels and bed and breakfasts in and around Yateley

Captain marvel Andy can't prevent Cove falling well Short

Cove were given a harsh wake-up call in their Home Counties League opener with a 132-run humbling at Gerrards Cross, while Eversley toppled last year's champions Kew in the TVL

Bucket list Coco finally passes away after whirlwind final months

Coco has ridden a fire engine, ordered a Big Mac and been through a 3D scanner

Traffic problem fears if former police college becomes housing

The historic mansion, used as a police training college until this year, is planned to be turned into hundreds of new apartments

Former reporter's World War cricket book shortlisted for national award

Andrew Renshaw is in the running for the Cricket Book of the Year prize in this year’s British Sports Book Awards for his publication Wisden On The Great War

Yateley Beast cartoons back and hidden around town with 'new attitude'

Three more cartoons of Ken Barker's now infamous Yateley Beast have been placed in secret locations around the town

Pub of the Year: Yateley's Dog and Partridge takes the crown

Our Pub of the Year competition is back, giving your local the chance to be crowned the best in the area

Speed campaign records reduction in number of cars speeding

The road safety campaign 29 is Fine looks for ways to constantly reinforce the 30mph speed limit and make drivers aware of peak times for children walking to and from school

Dog diagnosed with bone cancer nears completion of bucket list

The owners of an eight-year-old rottweiler, who was diagnosed with bone cancer two weeks ago, set up a list of things for her to do in her final days

Yateley burial ground housing application refused

Flooding risk cited for Urnfield dismissal after more than 200 letters of objection were received

7 cosy pubs in Hampshire for cold wintry days

What better way to spend you day than snuggled up next to a roaring fire in one of these traditional pubs


'End of an era' for Bramshill's historic National Police Training college

The final course has been held at the Grade one listed Jacobean mansion and will fully close on March 31



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