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Hartley Wintney

Hartley Wintney features a wide main street with the village green and duck pond at the southern end. Its cricket green is home to the oldest cricket club in Hampshire and is next to another picturesque duck pond. Oak trees were planted on the common in response to a call following the Battle of Trafalgar for more timber to build naval ships.

Driver successfully appeals "unauthorised" £100 parking fine

A parking company, who fined a woman for parking on a residential estate, was not authorised to issue charges according to a tribunal assessor

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

Councillors demand answers after sex offender's escape from hospital

The escape of Stephen Munden, who went on the run after climbing a fence at Mildmay Oaks independent hospital in Winchfield on April 21, shocked and angered people in the area

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

RSPCA cruelty complaints increase in Hampshire reflects the national trend

A missing cat from Hartley Wintey who was found tied to a fence by his neck was one case investigated by the RSPCA in 2014

Who will North East Hampshire residents send to parliament?

General Election 2015: All you need to know about North East Hampshire constituency

Voters will be going to the polls in May to decide who should be the next member of parliament for North East Hampshire

Election 2015: Hart District Council candidates

We've put together a list of all candidates looking to be elected onto Hart District Council in this year's local elections            

Driver hit with £100 parking fine for parking in Hartley Wintney street

Lesley Anderson parked outside a house on the Barratt Homes estate for no more than 15 minutes

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

Fleet Half Marathon places snapped up ahead of deadline

With a month to go before the deadline to enter the popular Fleet Half, all the spaces have already been taken

Bramshill

'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

Endangered birds would be threatened by care village application

Hartley Wintney care home, plus other buildings, would create 100 jobs but residents' opinions are split on whether it would be good for area

Evil spirits wailing as Hartley Wintney enjoys wassailing

The ancient tradition, aimed at ensuring a good apple harvest, was played out on Friday, with celebrations including Morris Men and ale

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

NatWest

'Serious concerns' over planned closure of high street bank

'Serious concern' over NatWest's plans to close its Hartley Wintney branch in March 2015, after a 30% drop in branch transactions since 2010

Bracknell Road in Hartley Wintney was closed while police carried out investigations

Young woman dies after car hits tree in Hartley Wintney

The B3011 Bracknell Lane, in Hartley Wintney, remained closed for a number of hours while police carried out investigations on Sunday (November 30)

Winchfield Parish Council chairman Andrew Renshaw with the Winchfield Garden Community vision document

Villagers fighting mini-town plans say consultation was 'inherently flawed'

Barratt Homes hopes to push on with plans for 5,000 new homes on a greenfield site at Winchfield but villagers have lodged the 'strongest objection'

Inspire Business Awards - Jupp Castle

Jupp Castle is nominated for a Marketing Campaign of the Year award in the 2014 Inspire Business Awards

'Wonderful tradition' of libraries celebrated at 40th anniversary

Looking back at 40 years of books and reading at Yateley Library

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