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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.


'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

Fishing trip friends were killed by helicopter blades

Inquest hears that helicopter toppled over while dropping off Mattingley friends Rupert Beaumont and Mark Robertson

History of Fleet railway station remembered in new exhibition

Fleet and Crookham Local History Group has set up a display of pictures showing the history of Fleet Railway Station


Where is your nearest Macmillan Coffee Morning?

Find out where your nearest Macmillan Cancer Support World's Biggest Coffee Morning event is taking place

Hampshire police force faces major reshuffle

Spending cuts result in restructure of the force to 14 districts with combined Hart and Rushmoor returning to single district status

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

Woman cut free from vehicle in pub car park after crash

The woman, aged in her 40s, was taken to St George's Hospital in Tooting suffering from neck pain

FA Cup giant-killers Harley Wintney are looking to cause another upset

Last year's giant-killers Hartley Wintney are back on the FA Cup trail again - much to the excitement of player-boss Ben Dillon

Picture of poster promoting new restaurant coming soon to Yateley Industries

New restaurant aims to help charity for disabled people

A second branch of Bellini, an Italian restaurant in Hartley Wintney, will be opening at Yateley Industries next month

Hart sites named among best green spaces

Hartley Wintney Central Commons and Elvetham Heath Local Nature Reserve have won the award for the fourth time

Workman struck by lorry driving through road closure

A workman was left with a broken leg after he was hit by a vehicle which ignored road closure signs on the A323

Clubs waiting to hear if they will be kicked out of FA Cup

An extra preliminary tie between Hartley Wintney and Frimley Green was abandoned because of violent clashes in the changing rooms at half-time

Cuts threaten council waste services in Hampshire

Waste and recycling centres in Hart and Rushmoor could be next to be hit by Hampshire County Council budget cuts

Roundabout scheme to cut accidents goes on display

Exhibition at St John's Church in Hartley Wintney details £2.5m traffic-slowing scheme aimed at reducing the number of accidents at blackspot

Potholes to be repaired after causing disabled woman's wheelchair to tip over

Half a dozen potholes on Plough Road are to be filled in over the next couple of weeks according to the county highways team

The RSPCA is appealing to the public after eighteen-month-old Archie was found tied up by his neck on a building site.

Young cat found tied up by neck to metal fence

Eighteen-month-old Archie has "lost a lot of confidence" and suffered an open depression wound around his neck after spending an unknown number of days being tied to a metal fence


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