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Natalie Garland

Natalie Garland

Natalie covers the patch of Farnborough, Cove and North Camp in Hampshire. Living in Frimley, she is a print journalism graduate from Nottingham Trent University and has been a reporter for the News & Mail since September 2013.

Aldershot 'walking game' launches across town centre

The new Beat the Street initiative has gone live in Aldershot, aiming to get the community to walk and cycle the equivalent of 25,000 miles in a month

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Aldershot 'walking game' launches across town centre

The new Beat the Street initiative has gone live in Aldershot, aiming to get the community to walk and cycle the equivalent of 25,000 miles in a month

Ricardo Lobo-Morell has launched the LGBT coffee group in Farnborough

Coffee group at café revived for LGBT community

Ricardo Lobo-Morell, from Farnborough has relaunched a coffee group for the LGBT community

Second crash in Aldershot road leads to plea to reduce speed limit

Road on Hampshire County Council list for 20mph trials in coming months

Characters sell cartoon car to complete charity efforts

The Crazy Nuts team travelled to Monte Carlo and back in the custom-painted car and have now sold it for charity

Best Bites winner dedicates award to customers and staff

Champion is crowned in the News & Mail's bid to find the best place to eat in the area

Rushmoor Borough Council agrees fifth-successive council tax freeze

Councillors admit the year ahead will be a challenge but have agreed to retain the current tax level

Aldershot Lido supporters hopeful pool will be retained alongside splash pad

Rushmoor councillors agree to examine the possibility of keeping the lido pool alongside a splash pad

Aston Wilkins from Farnborough will be appearing in BBC Three's I Survived a Zombie Apocalypse

Greg James-fronted zombie survival show no sweat for Farnborough man

Aston Wilkins will appear on BBC Three's I Survived A Zombie Apocalypse after a fortune cookie in a takeaway predicted TV appearance

Aldershot MP backs campaign to overrule building of Hawley homes

Sir Gerald Howarth wrote to the minister of state for housing and planning asking him to overrule the decision by Hart District Council to build homes on the Hawley Park Farm site

Carousel Club swings into action to relive the glory years

After hosting stars such as Pink Floyd, Otis Redding and Little Richard in the 1960s, the North Camp venue is set to reopen later this month

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