Oct 31, 2018 Private Peaceful
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Oct 25, 2018 SWR
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  South Western Railway and Network Rail have issued a joint apology for yesterday’s chaos which saw services grind to a halt on the SWR network. The statement reads as follows: We would like to apologise to you for the severe disruption to journeys on main and suburban line services yesterday morning, when services were […]

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Oct 16, 2018 Blue Peter
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  Here’s Something We Made Earlier… Sticky back plastic, the garden invasion and THAT elephant – Blue Peter celebrates 60 glorious years. “BBC 1 – it’s five-to-five…” – this was one programme that no young person wanted to miss from the day it started in 1958 and on through the 60s, 70s, 80s right up […]

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Oct 14, 2018 Tn
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  REVIEW: 10×10 New Writing Festival – Helena Gomm and David Cradduck find out that ten is the real deal. Images by Tony Rogers. Helena Gomm writes: This year’s Chesil Theatre 10×10 New Writing Festival, featuring the winners of the 10×10 playwriting competition, has the title ‘Hidden Worlds’, a theme which the ten winning playwrights […]

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Oct 13, 2018 Salad Days
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  This was a feel-good, light hearted musical which helped to forget your backache and doctor’s appointments. It was originally created in 1954 when Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds were given just one month to create a summer show for the Bristol Old Vic. The show just hasn’t looked back since, with its sense of […]

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Oct 09, 2018 Rail
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  Strike action on South Western Railway appears to have escalated. The RMT Union has announced workers on South Western Railway are to stage a series of nine strikes between 23 October and 24 November. It’s in a continuing row over the future role of guards on trains. The RMT claims the company “continues to […]

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Oct 09, 2018 B73FD206-DA01-4E2E-B5AA-F00BF290BDD8
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  Winchester’s MP Steve Brine says his initial annoyance over proposals to build 6,000 homes at Micheldever has now become one of anger. Steve was speaking at a packed public meeting at the Warren Hall at Micheldever Station. He says his annoyance has turned to anger because of how many times they have to say […]

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Oct 09, 2018 Wicked
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REVIEW: Wicked, Mayflower The wicked witch is dead … or is she – either wicked or dead? Helena Gomm tries to find out…! A political leader who is all self-inflated pomp but no substance, who lacks any kind of moral compass, who disseminates fake news and bases his policies on anything that will increase his […]

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Oct 08, 2018 Harvest
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  Just weeks after the Flower Festival, Winchester Cathedral was once again a blaze of glory and colour over the weekend – this time in autumn colours for Harvest. Galatians 6:9 And let us not grow weary in doing good, for in due season we shall reap, if we do not give up. (Images: Dilyara […]

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Oct 06, 2018 D4E7A1A9-C9FA-4FEE-A164-577B26B5527A
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Winchester City are through to the 4th Qualifying Round of the FA Cup for the first time since the 1954/55 season. They did it with a 3-0 home win over Cirencester Town. It means another substantial pay day for the club. It also means they’re one step further to the First Round Proper – the […]

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