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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.

Rushmoor joins fight against Hawley farmland homes

Farnborough residents and Rushmoor Borough Council lend their voices to oppose plans for 126 homes on Hawley Park Farm

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Rushmoor joins fight against Hawley farmland homes

Farnborough residents and Rushmoor Borough Council lend their voices to oppose plans for 126 homes on Hawley Park Farm

Community united at free and fun Farnborough sports day

Diverse range of participants in annual sports day aimed at bringing residents together

Football legends Matt Le Tissier & Alan Shearer pay visits

The former footballers were mobbed at Frogmore Leisure Centre and Wellington College in Crowthorne      

Figures show fewer parking fines in Rushmoor school roads

Plans for a CCTV vehicle to monitor parking around schools in Aldershot and Farnborough are still in the pipeline

Firgrove Parade shops

Public inquiry hears both sides in Firgrove Parade debate

Planning consultants behind the Firgrove Parade development plans said the footpath stopping up could not be described as inconvenient as it was a "short-cut"

Best Bites: Historic inn offers more than just pub grub

The Swan Inn serves up a delicious menu of popular dishes and healthy alternatives at a historic building with great views of Farnborough airfield and the biennial airshow

'Spurs' suffer storm damage after logo setback

Fleet Spurs' facilities were damaged in recent storms in another setback after their logo disagreement with Premiership giants Tottenham Hotspurs 

Farnborough Main railway station

Farnborough Main commuters to be hit by 3.5% rail fare rise

Rail fares are set to rise by 3.5% from January with some season tickets going up by more than £140 a year

'Extraordinary' game for Deal or No Deal contestant

A Farnborough woman went home with £50,000 in a nail-biting edition of the hit TV show

Indian restaurant slapped with lowest food hygiene rating

Farnborough restaurant and takeaway Vujon has admitted seven food hygiene offences and must make 'urgent' improvements

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