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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.


Hartley Wintney father speaks of 'horror' ordeal as naked psychopath entered family home

Richard Park described the terrifying moment a nude intruder confronted his wife and children while 'performing a sex act on himself'

Hartley Wintney designer 'looking forward' to creating large Zebra sculpture

Karen Chapman, of Renaissance Interiors, has been invited to take part in Zany Zebras, a public art event organised by the charity Marwell Wildlife

Hampshire County Council has ordered another review of its household waste recycling centres

Rubbish dumps under threat as Hampshire County Council looks at making further savings

Money-saving ideas include the possibility of closing certain sites, charging for non-domestic waste and reducing opening hours

We Love Hart supporters protest outside Hart District Council's Fleet headquarters

'Heads must roll' call as Hart District Council homes survey ends in 'farce'

Campaigners say the council is 'a laughing stock' after halting its Local Plan consultation just a day before it was due to end

Hartley Wintney man jailed for three years after conning friends out of £100,000

Kieth Kapri fell for a phishing email from fraudsters who claimed he had won the ‘Spainish’ lottery and stole the money in a desperate bid to release the winnings

A new ramp, funded by Hart Rotary Club, is making life easier for visitors to the Jubilee Hall in Hartley Wintney

Hartley Wintney hall more accessible, thanks to Hart Rotary Club

Improvements to the Jubilee Hall are just some of the good work carried out in the community by kind-hearted charity fundraisers

Annual crops protection ritual held at Hartley Wintney orchard

The pagan ritual is believed to scare away any evil spirits that might spoil the year’s apple harvest

Mid-season reshuffle spells a defining week for Farnborough

In a week where a patched-up Farnborough XI crashed 7-0 at lower-ranked neighbours Camberley Town, it's matters off the field which are of most concern to Boro boss Spencer Day

Nick Kirby ran 25 full and half marathons in 2015 to raise more than £8,500 for The Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Hartley Wintney runner raises more than £8,500 in memory of his son’s best friend

Nick Kirby ran 25 full and half marathons in 2015 to raise cash for The Cystic Fibrosis Trust

Flooding in Taplins Farm Lane, Winchfield

Floods will worsen if green fields are concreted over for new Winchfield town, campaigners warn

We Love Hart campaign warns widespread flooding around Winchfield proves the area is not the right place to build 5,000 homes

Hart best place to live in UK for fifth consecutive year

Health of residents, employment rates and even the weather are all better than UK averages

We Love Hart spokesman David Turver (left) and Tristram Carey of Winchfield Action Group with a map of Hart district and the areas under threat of development

Hart's new homes consultation branded a 'waste of time and money'

We Love Hart campaigners say other brownfield sites should be considered for homes

The eastbound A30 was closed due to an accident near the junction with Hare's Lane in Hartfordbridge, Hartley Wintney

A30 multi-vehicle crash causes gridlock during Hartley Wintney Christmas market

The road was closed for about an hour following a crash involving a car and a van

Hartley Wintney mother Ruth Jarman (right) and Westley Ingram from Sutton whitewash the walls of the Department for Energy and Climate Change in Whitehall, London

Hartley Wintney mother arrested in London climate change protest

Christian Climate Action protester Ruth Jarman was charged with criminal damage after whitewashing the walls of a government building

Hart District Council is asking residents where they want future homes to be built

Hart releases list of possible sites for future development

Residents are being asked to comment on potential housing sites across the district and to rank their preferences

Goal ace Cook rejects Farnborough to stay with 'Hartley Wintney family'

Ross Cook turned down an offer to quadruple his wages and play two levels higher, in order to lead Hartley Wintney to unprecedented success


Ambulance service fails to meet emergency response time targets in Hart

Ambulance service admits response speed is below standard, but says Hart lacks cover due to having lower demand

Christie+Co is inviting offers of £165,000 for the leasehold interest in the Waggon and Horses pub in Hartley Wintney High Street

Popular Hartley Wintney pub is up for sale

Nial and Linda Scott are inviting offers of £165,000 for the leasehold of the 18th century Waggon and Horses after 35 years of service

Hampshire Christmas markets and fairs - find out where they're being held near you

Get into the festive spirit and visit some of the best Christmas markets and fairs in north east Hampshire and across the border in Surrey

Campaign group Buses in Hart is calling for a better bus service across the district

Campaigners look to offer local answer to bus service calls

Group of campaigners say a highly populated area such as Hart should not be treated as a "rural outpost"



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