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New BBC show Prized Apart presented by Emma Willis and Reggie Yates to be filmed in Farnborough

Prized Apart will feature 10 contestants who leave their families and friends to compete in various challenges

Police officers accused of beating man before mis-recording evidence

Scales of Justice Statue above Old Bailey
Police officers from Hampshire and Surrey said to have kicked and punched man as they arrested him - prosecution asks "did he deserve that?"

Airman's grand funeral after plane crash death in Farnborough

Second Lietenant John Sleeman Reed received a grand funeral and full military honours upon his death in a plane crash in Farnborough in 1916

Operation Stronghold roadshow to offer vital crime prevention advice

Police line
Aldershot, Yateley, Odiham, Fleet and Farnborough will welcome the Operation Stronghold crime roadshow within the next three weeks

Daughters of Farnborough man hit by car do not blame driver

The A327 Minley
David Rose from Farnborough died in November when he was walking along Minley Road in the dark

'They're the biggest side I've ever seen' claims Farnborough boss Day

Spencer Day is preparing Farnborough for, arguably, their biggest test yet - quite literally - when North Ferriby United visit for their FA Trophy showdown on Saturday

Farnborough boss insists there's no way back for departed Dan Bennett

Farnborough boss Spencer Day says he needs reinforcements after Dan Bennett left the club and new signing Charlie Losasso failed to show up for Monday night's FA Trophy replay

Former Hereford United owner Andy Lonsdale linked with Farnborough

Andy Lonsdale, the man blamed for the demise of Hereford United, is rumoured to be interested in buying Farnborough FC

TAG Farnborough Airport ready for giant airliners

Middle East business jets spark dawn of a new age, but some fear 'tranquil nature' of area will be adversely affected

Feedback from Farnborough Airport consultation released

The air traffic control tower at TAG Farnborough Airport.
More than 13,000 comments were submitted in response to TAG's plans to change the airspace

WW1 nostalgia: Farnborough RFC's battles in the sky

The Royal Flying Corps was established at Farnborough in 1912 and by the time of the start of the First World War it had 1,097 men and 179 aeroplanes

Farnborough in Pictures

Farnborough Road in 1936, with the Tumbledown Dick visible

Tumbledown Dick: From popular pub to fast-food chain

Get Hampshire takes a look back at the Tumbledown Dick's past as the former pub officially opened as a McDonald's this week

New Tumbledown McDonald's opens its doors to public

The new McDonald's drive-thru restaurant opened this week, replacing the former Tumbledown Dick pub

Tumbledown Dick's transformation into McDonald's is complete

The look of the new Farnborough McDonald's, which keeps elements of the former Tumbledown Dick pub, has been revealed
Former Farnborough pub's change of use was permitted last October despite a long-running campaign to keep it
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Changes to blue badge rules in Rushmoor cause confusion

Disabled motorists unsure where new car parking charges apply or anxious about using ticket machines

Farnborough footpath closure objections thrown out by transport secretary

CGI of proposed hotel at Firgrove Parade, Farnborough
Councillors have been told that work at Firgrove Parade is due to start soon after approval was given by the secretary of state for transport

Public inquiry hears both sides in Firgrove Parade debate

Firgrove Parade shops
Planning consultants behind the Firgrove Parade development plans said the footpath stopping up could not be described as inconvenient as it was a "short-cut"

About Farnborough

Farnborough is situated in the borough of Rushmoor in north-east Hampshire. Famous for being the birthplace of modern aviation, flying enthusiasts come to visit the Farnborough International Airshow and Farnborough Air Sciences Trust museum. A multi-million pound regeneration of the town centre is aimed at attracting new investment.

Videos & Photos

Airman's grand funeral after plane crash death in Farnborough

Boxing Day tsunami remembered: Farnborough brothers turn lives around after death of parents

Father's display of TEN THOUSAND Christmas lights helping to raise cash for Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice

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