Mar 31, 2016 About Winchester Today
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Media Sales Executive Winchester Today Full-time salary plus commission (not capped) To start as soon as possible – interviews on Thursday 7 April and Friday 8 April Hours of work: Mon-Fri 4-8 hours shift, flexible to suit. Some weekend work may be needed in summer months. Winchester Today is a fully-encompassing media group with a […]

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Mar 26, 2016 Winchester Best Place To Live
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Just a week after the euphoria of discovering that readers of the Sunday Times voted Winchester as the best place to live in Britain, the city has come back down to Earth with a bump – but again, the news that it is one of the least affordable places in which to live can hardly […]

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Mar 24, 2016 800m investment at waterloo station
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South West Trains and Network Rail have jointly announced a revamp of Waterloo Station which will involve a bigger and better premises, an improved journey experience, opening up the former Eurostar platforms and longer platforms for longer trains – describing it as “the biggest package of improvements for decades.” For a lot of us in Winchester, Waterloo […]

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Security has been stepped up at Heathrow and Gatwick airports in the lights of the attacks in Brussels this morning. A high visibility police presence is now operating. Brussels itself is in lockdown, with people told to stay at home. The Belgian PM Charles Michel has called for calm and solidarity. Here, the Prime Minister […]

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Mar 20, 2016 Winchester best place to live
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Here’s something that everyone in Winchester probably already knew… Winchester has been voted the ‘Best Place To Live In Britain’ – at least according to the Sunday Times. Today’s newspaper shows our beautiful city at the top of the front page with a view of the Itchen looking towards Bridge Street The paper declares that […]

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Mar 19, 2016 DSC_1149e
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REVIEW: A Month of Sundays by Bob Larbey – Cheriton Players. Thursday 17 March 2016. Images: Craig Robertson Real life, laughing out loud, jaw-dropping comments, squirming in your seat – this play has it all. How can you make the subject of dementia funny? Well, Bob Larbey (Good Life, Ever Decreasing Circles, Brush Strokes) certainly […]

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Mar 16, 2016 Sleeping Beauty
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Review: Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty – Mayflower Back at the Mayflower this week with his adaptation of Tchaikovsky’s classical ballet, Matthew Bourne brings this revival of his 2011 production of Sleeping Beauty, with his company New Adventures. Currently in the middle of a nationwide tour, this is theatre at whole new heights. Presented over four […]

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Mar 16, 2016 Match Funding For Unit
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Winchester’s MP Steve Brine has taken to Facebook to express his delight that the Chancellor has pledged support in the budget for a dedicated Emergency Department for Children which will be based in Southampton.  Steve is pictured in the Facebook posting holding up the Budget’s full details. “I guess it’s not often my constituents scrutinise […]

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Mar 16, 2016 Overture and Beginners Please
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Overture and Beginners please – this will be the home for many of the Cheriton Players over the next few days as ‘A Month of Sundays’ gets up and running. Curtain up is tonight at the Village Hall, with very few tickets remaining for tonight and Thursday. Friday is sold out. Saturday has just four […]

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Mar 10, 2016 REVIEW: Chicago, Mayflower
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Review: Chicago – Mayflower, Southampton – for all that jazz, and a whole lot more besides! Words: Beccy Conway Images: Catherine Ashmore Visit the Mayflower this week and you’ll find yourself smack bang in the roaring 20s, where Jazz and debauchery are the orders of the day. Based on the true stories of the women […]

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