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Pete Bryant

Pete Bryant

Pete has been writing for Trinity Mirror since August 2011, first on the Surrey Advertiser and then on the Aldershot News & Mail as chief reporter. Originally from the Midlands, he moved to Fleet in 2011 and keeps an eye on the patch from there.

Kebab shop gets 3.30am closing time despite objections

Rushmoor Kebab in Aldershot can now open until 3.30am, providing for the town's late-night revellers

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Kebab shop gets 3.30am closing time despite objections

Rushmoor Kebab in Aldershot can now open until 3.30am, providing for the town's late-night revellers

Summer fun brings back poetic memories of lido's early days

A handwritten poem dating back to 1930 about Aldershot Lido has been dug out by the poet's daughter

Best Bites: Rave reviews for Aldershot café

Astalet café owner wants to be the best and has entered the Best Bites competition to prove his business is the best in Aldershot

Construction site noise 'affecting health'

Noise from building work at a self-storage warehouse in Aldershot is said to have caused neighbouring employees headaches

Wet weather warning after car slid off 'notorious' road

Police closed a road near Church Crookham after a silver car skidded off and ended up in undergrowth 

Aldershot regeneration strategy aims to unlock potential

Funding approved to lure investors to Aldershot as the town seeks to mimic the success of nearby Farnborough.

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Founder of online Nepalese immigration group quits after 'radical' discussions

Creator of Enough is Enough Facebook group, designed to increase understanding of Nepalese immigration, has quit after 'radical' discussions by some members

Pervert in court for secretly filming primary school girls

Paul Carter, 61, of Bruntile Close, Farnborough, pleaded guilty to two counts of outraging public decency at Guildford Magistrates Court last Thursday (August 7)

Neighbours Jacqui Watt and Martin Mosley, with Martin's son Zak, next to a Japanese knotweed plant outside their homes in St Benedict's Close, Aldershot

Fears for homes as invasive weed infests Aldershot pavement

The authorities have yet to take action to remove more than 20ft of Japanese knotweed found growing in the street.

A picture from within the last week shows wet rags disposed of into (or nearly into) a skip at Aldershot Sewage Treatment Works on the River Blackwater.

'Unacceptable' smells from sewage works spark angry complaints

Residents are unhappy about the smell from rag items filtered out of the sewage and placed in skips near the Holder Road gate to Aldershot Sewage Treatment Works

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