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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.

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'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

Wedding fairs in Hampshire: Help is at hand to plan your big day

Getting married is said to be one of the most stressful things you can do in life, so if you need a bit of help pop along to one of these wedding fairs for tips and advice

Flood warning issued as heavy rain is forecast

With rain forecast to sweep in overnight on Wednesday, a flood alert has been issued for the River Blackwater and Cove Brook

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

Eversley private school's ambitious sports facility plans

St Neot's School's planning agent claims the scheme will generate only "modest levels" of extra traffic

Hart leads the way for housing and homelessness support

Hart District Council is on its way to achieving gold standard in its ongoing efforts to tackle vital housing and homelessness issues

Repercussions for ram-raid victim weeks after reopening

Hilary Craven says trade has dropped and she is fearful of buying in expensive stock, after her antique store was targeted for a second time.

Residents attend public meetings to oppose plans for 150 new homes

Residents oppose plans to build 150 new homes at the Urnfield site in Yateley, stating flooding and traffic as major concerns of the proposals

The Frog and Wicket re-opens following £750,000 refurbishment

Over the boundary rope from the oldest cricket pitch in England, the Eversley pub will bowl you over with hospitality

Rob Collard helps eBay Motors to British Touring Car Championship title

Rob Collard has already set his sights on next year after securing a sixth-place finish in the British Touring Car Championship and helping eBay Motors to the team title

Rob Collard's fully recovered and raring to go at Brands Hatch

Eversley race ace Rob Collard is looking to end his BTCC season on a high after recovering from his high-impact crash at Silverstone

Hide and seek 'The Yateley Beast' - artist hides five pieces across town

An artist is giving away five paintings of his 'Yateley Beast' by hiding them around town for anyone to find and keep

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Jewellery stolen during ram-raid on Eversley antique shop

Thieves stole £15,000 worth of collectibles and caused even more damage to Eversley Barn Antiques in an early morning raid

Best Bites: fish and steak cooking in the Golden Pot

Same day deliveries of fresh fish from Devon are part of the tasty offerings at this Eversley pub

'Inept' council has caused threat to village, argues campaigner

A lack of a local plan in Hart has "opened the door to greedy developers" in Eversley and surrounding area

Heritage Open Days venues in north-east Hampshire

A guide to venues around north-east Hampshire which will be opened up to the public during Heritage Open Days weekend

Seven new entries in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2015

A total of 17 north-east Hampshire pubs feature in the guide, with seven newly added for 2015

Foodie fun at festival to celebrate local produce

Sizzling sausages, colourful cupcakes, tasty treats and delicious delicacies were on offer at The Chequers' food and drink festival over the weekend

Eversley Village Hall, Glaston Hill Rd, Eversley

Plans for hundreds of new homes take a step forward

Developers visited Eversley Village Hall to present their plans but residents criticised the lack of detail.

Hundreds of tonnes of wood chippings go up in flames

Firefighters rushed to extinguish a huge blaze at Eversley Haulage Park, which saw 500 tonnes of wood chippings catch on fire

Best Bites: check out The Chequers in Eversley

Priding itself on locally sourced produce, gastro pub The Chequers celebrates food from the farm straight to the table every day of the week.

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