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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.

 

The Dartford warbler now breeds on heathland at Hazeley Heath near Hartley Wintney

Hartley Wintney and Farnham success stories highlighted in State of Nature report

The threatened Dartford warbler is flocking back to Hazeley and Farnham heaths thanks to restoration work by the RSPB

Missing Hartley Wintney teenager Steven Spiers located safe and well

Steven was last seen at his home address in Mitchell Avenue on Sunday

13-year-old Steven Spiers from Hartley Wintney

Police launch appeal to find missing Hartley Wintney teenager Steven Spiers

Police said it is "growing increasingly concerned" for the welfare of the 13-year-old, who has links to Fleet and Odiham

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Hampshire County Council fined £100k after 45 bags of confidential waste found in disused building

Yateley councillor, David Simpson said the council had "no excuses" after documents containing personal details of more than 100 people were found at Town End House

Police name man who died when car flipped in Hartley Wintney

Andrew Parker, of Hook, sustained serious head injuries and died shortly after the crash on Sunday (August 21)

GCSE results day 2016: North Hampshire school pupils celebrate as new records set

Youngsters across the Get Hampshire area picked up their results on Thursday (August 25)

Man left with life-changing injuries after Aldershot hit-and-run

Police are appealing for information to help track down a red Vauxhall van which is believed to have collided with a pedestrian

A police car by a closed road

Hook man killed after car crashes and rolls on A30 in Hartley Wintney

Hampshire Police said the man's VW Golf hit another car before overturning and smashing into a parked vehicle

Monsoon restaurant in Hartley Wintney rated three stars by food hygiene inspectors

The Indian restaurant is rated three stars by the Food Standards Agency

Hartley Wintney pensioner's shock after home broken into for first time in 58 years

Raiders broke into a shed at Gordon Fullbrook’s home in Rotten Green

Campaign group slams Hart District Council's 'botched' list of brownfield development sites

The council defends its list of sites as 'deliverable' but We Heart Hart have pointed to failings

Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service will be able to practice using wall-piercing Ultra High Pressure Lances after striking a deal to use the former Prince Philip Barracks site in Bordon for training purposes

Ministry of Defence 'ghost town' the size of 2,000 football pitches becomes new training centre for Hampshire firefighters

Firefighters will be able to carry out exercises on a scale never before possible in the country         

The recycling centre in Eelmoor Road, Farnborough, will not close

Aldershot, Farnborough and Hartley Wintney rubbish dumps will not close, county council confirms

The council, however, says all its household waste and recycling centres will close one day a week and their opening hours will be cut to save £1.55 million

New Winchfield town favoured by almost 60% of residents, consultation reveals

Hart District Council published the results of the housing consultation which saw 2,625 people vote in favour of the new settlement

Hartley Wintney residents have been left "disgusted" following the duck shootings at the Causeway Common pond

Residents 'disgusted' after seven ducks shot dead at village pond

Ian Stephenson, who has been feeding the ducks twice a day for the past 10 years at the Causeway Pond, was left devastated when he discovered the dead birds

Hartley Wintney fire sees roof of catholic church badly damaged

The blaze was understood to have started from a bonfire before spreading to a shed and then the church

12 places to cool down with delicious ice cream in Hampshire

Things are heating up so it is about time we lapped up some of Hampshire's best ice creams

Hartley Wintney win first title in 33 years

Joint-boss Anthony Millerick says he is proud of every single one of his players after capping an already historic season with their first championship since 1982-83

Hartley Arts Group Youngstars put on a right royal performance to celebrate the Queens 90th birthday

Towns and villages prepare to celebrate Queen's 90th birthday

Flags are out across the area as residents prepare to celebrate the Queen's special day on Thursday (April 21)

Rushmoor fire station in special farewell to firefighter after 25 years' service

Crew manager Bob McCrudden first began working at the station in 1991

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