Sep 18, 2014 pic Rachel 5
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The reality of poverty in countries – some not so far away – is soon to be reflected in a series of photographs by Rachel Gover at an exhibition being held at the Art Café in Winchester.   ‘The Forgotten Workers’ is Rachel Gover’s first solo exhibition. She says she’s really excited that Winchester is […]

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Sep 15, 2014 pic phones 1
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The Phones 4U shop in Winchester’s High Street has been left dark after Vodafone and EE both pulled their support for the company.   “We were forced into administration”   EE said it had decided not to renew its contract, following a similar statement from Vodafone earlier this month.   Phones 4U executive David Kassler […]

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Sep 15, 2014 SWT
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Kevin Gover on why ‘No Service’ should be a thing of the past for Winchester’s commuters on South West Trains. If you have ever tried to work by internet on your mobile whilst sitting on the 0748 to the office in London, you will know all about the ‘impossible’ areas… ‘that bit’ between here and […]

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Sep 12, 2014 Poetry Festival
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An expose on the upcoming poetry festival by Alex Gidden. Picture Credit,  Theo Moye   Excitement continues to grow for the upcoming poetry festival in Winchester. The newest addition to the national poetry calendar will see a variety of exhibitions on offer, with well renowned international and local poets reading some of their most famous work. There are several […]

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Sep 03, 2014 Film Festival
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The Winchester Short Film Festival kicks off in just a couple of months (November) and ahead of the festival, the prizes for some of the top awards have been announced. As usual there are ten prizes to be won in the competition. Get creative and go for Best Screenplay, that prize is there because of us.   […]

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