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Today to 16 Feb 18 within 40 miles.

More details - Alresford Artisan Craft Show
Alresford is a picturesque Georgian town with wonderful bespoke shops, lovely riverside walks and good eating places  and  the home  of the Watercress Steam Railway a lovely day out for everyone. The craft show is situated right in the heart of the town and a few minutes walk from the Watercress Line.
Alresford Community Centre, West Street, Alresford
Fri 9 Feb

More details - Cheriton Sessions presents an evening of live folk music, featuring James Patrick Gavin and Friends
In aid of Cheriton Village Hall. James is a fiddle player and guitarist who creates folk music that dances the line between tradition and irreverence, groove and grace—with original material that weaves together three generations of his own Irish family.
CHERITON VILLAGE HALL, CHERITON, NR ALRESFORD
Fri 9 Feb

More details - Little Pickles Market - Winchester
A family market with nearly new tables for hire to sell baby/children’s items. Prams, maternity items, clothes, shoes, toys, books, highchairs and so much more.. Come and see what bargains you can find! Nearly New Space £9 Business Space £16
River Park Leisure Centre, Gordon Road, Winchester
Sun 11 Feb

More details - Winchester Farmers' Market
Monthly Farmers’ Market in Hampshire, offering locally produced, delicious food and drink. Second, and last Sunday of each month.
Winchester, The High Street
Sun 28 Jan, Sun 11 Feb, Sat 24 Feb, Sun 11 Mar

More details - A Remarkable Man
Through the words of those who knew David Brown and his exceptional contribution to the arts, this is the intriguing story of a remarkable man, collector and curator.
Winchester Discovery Centre Jewry Street Winchester Hampshire
Sat 20 Jan to Tue 20 Mar

More details - Alton Farmers' Market
Monthly Farmers’ Market in Hampshire, offering locally produced, delicious food and drink.
High Street, Alton
Sat 10 Feb, Sat 10 Mar

More details - Who Broke Feminism?: a talk by Emma Rees at Railway, Winchester
Who Broke Feminism? (The Obligation Of Privilege): a talk by Emma Rees Is feminism broken? And how might we mend it? The term itself has an image problem at a time when the idea is needed more than ever.
Railway Inn
Sun 4 Feb

More details - Free Folk Fridays
We are continuing our series at the bar with the help of some well-known local folk musicians. There’s nothing like a friendly folk night to start your weekend and The Lounge Bar will be hosting the monthly singaround onthe third Friday of every month from 7.30pm to close.
The Lounge Bar c/o Alton Community Centre, Amery St
Today

More details - Diabolus, Gut Locker + more at The Lounge Bar, Alton
We’re starting our loud gigs again with...a very loud gig. We have some fantastic metal bands to come and shake your ear lobes. A great mix of heavy music to ensure your Friday night goes with a bang.
The Lounge Bar c/o Alton Community Centre Amery St
Fri 9 Feb

More details - Mama's Moggies
Meet Mama’s Moggies and find out what they get up to their Big Adventure with local author, Jayne Stennett. Explore the different characters of these cats and design your own in this Story Time Special for children aged 4-7 years.
Alton Library, Vicarage Hill, Alton
Mon 12 Feb

More details - Vocal Workshop
Winchester Music Club will host a vocal techniques workshop lead by Claire Williams in the Lower School Hall at The Westgate School. Claire sang as a chorister at Ripon Cathedral before moving onto Uppingham School as a Music Scholar.
Lower School Hall, The Westgate School, Cheriton Road, Winchester
Sat 27 Jan

More details - Winchester & District Local RSPB Group Meeting
Hampshire’s Changiing Birds Presented by Keith Betton
Shawford Parish Hall, Pearson Lane, Shawford, Winchester
Wed 7 Feb

More details - Hampshire Pride: LGBT History Month 2018 - Turnabout: The Story of Policing of Gay/Bisexual Men
Historian and former serving member of the Hampshire Constabulary, Dr Clifford Williams charts the complete turnabout in official police approaches to gay and bisexual men, as well as developments by LGBT officers and staff within the service.
Petersfield Library, 27 The Square, Petersfield
Wed 7 Feb

More details - Petersfield Farmers' Market
Monthly Farmers’ Market in Hampshire, offering locally produced, delicious food and drink.
The Square, Petersfield
Sun 4 Feb, Sun 4 Mar

More details - PH Camps Superhero Week
Superhero Week Calling Wiltshire, Hampshire and Somerset, Ph Camps needs your help; we are looking for your superheroes! This February half term an evil is upon us, this is an opportunity to celebrate all of our favourite heroes by completing super heroes’ challenges and making superhero arts n crafts.
Durley Primary school
Mon 12 Feb to Fri 16 Feb

More details - Little Pickles Markets
A family market with nearly new tables for hire to sell baby/children’s items. Prams, maternity items, clothes, shoes, toys, books, highchairs and so much more.. Come and see what bargains you can find! You may need to provide your own table at this event.
Thornden School, Winchester Road, Chandlers Ford
Sun 4 Feb

More details - Seaside Terror
It’s the holiday season. The season of terror. Odd Doll take a trip to the seaside and get more than they bargained for… The only other inhabitant of the dilapidated pier is a rather sinister ice cream man.
Proteus Creation Space, Council Road, Basingstoke
Thu 1 Feb

More details - We're Going on a Bear Hunt
Join Amanda from Merry-go-Round Storytelling for an interactive session based on this well-loved story. For children aged 2-6 years.
Overton Library, High Street, Overton, Basingstoke
Thu 15 Feb

More details - Bishopstoke Players Present Little Red Riding Hood Pantomime
Bishopstoke Players brings a traditional family pantomime to the Memorial Hall in January, with its production of “Little Red Riding Hood”, by Paul Reakes. Pantovia is in turmoil! Prince Rupert, the next in line to the throne, has fled the land and the evil Count De Cash is ruler!
Bishopstoke Memorial Hall, Riverside, Bishopstoke
Wed 24 Jan to Sat 27 Jan

More details - Sunday afternoon Tea & jazz with the Mike Miller trio
The wonderful jazz guitarist Mike Miller and his trio, will be creating a great atmosphere this Sunday afternoon. A friendly welcome awaits you in our beautiful tea rooms with over 30 varieties of tea.
The Tea Bar, 9 - 13 London Street, Basingstoke
Sun 28 Jan, Sun 25 Feb, Sun 25 Mar

More details - May The Toys Be With You
This January, from a galaxy far, far away, an unmissable exhibition for Star Wars fans everywhere comes to Basingstoke. From X-Wing fighters to lightsabers, May The Toys Be With You is one of the UK’s finest collections of vintage Star Wars toys and original cinema posters.
Willis Museum and Sainsbury Gallery Market Place Basingstoke
Today to Tue 13 Mar

More details - The Legendary Frontmen Of Rock
The Legendary Frontmen Of Rock: Tickets avaiable.
The Anvil, Basingstoke
Tue 30 Jan

More details - Northanger Abbey, Adaptation and the Gothic Novel at Basingstoke Discovery Centre
Cyphers Theatre Company provide an insight into the process of adapting Jane Austen’s gothic satire, ’Northanger Abbey’, for the stage.
Basingstoke Discovery Centre, Festival place Shopping Centre, Basingstoke
Wed 7 Feb

More details - Charlie's Story Telling Parties at Basingstoke Discovery Centre
Billy the Angry Dragon: Join children’s entertainer and actress Charlie Sanderson for 45 minutes of storytelling, singing and other surprises! For children aged 3+.
Basingstoke Discovery Centre, Festival place Shopping Centre, Basingstoke
Mon 12 Feb

More details - Hampshire Pride: LGBT History Month 2018 - Straight Young British Men
Hampshire Pride: LGBT History Month 2018 - Straight Young British Men: Kissing, Cuddling and Loving Each Other.
Basingstoke Discovery Centre, Festival place Shopping Centre, Basingstoke
Wed 14 Feb

More details - Mad About Snails
Author, Sarah Lucas, will be reading from her first book, Snail Trail and telling the story of how she and her family began to write - all because of a strange welcoming present when moving into a Hampshire village some 21 years ago.
Bordon Library, Forest Centre, Pinehill Road, Bordon
Mon 12 Feb

More details - Life on Fleet Street
Journalist and novelist Jill Turner talks about her 25 year career on our national newspapers, from early days as one of the first young women tabloid reporters, to becoming a features editor at The Daily Mail and finally a news editor at The Sunday Times.
Bordon Library, Forest Centre, Pinehill Road, Bordon
Thu 15 Feb

More details - Charlie's Storytelling Parties at Chandlers Ford Library
Join children’s entertainer and actress Charlie Sanderson for 45 minutes of storytelling, singing and other surprises! An interactive session for children aged 3+
Chandlers Ford Library, Oakmount Road, Chandler’s Ford, Eastleigh
Wed 14 Feb

More details - SHOCC Dances: January Ceilidh with Jigfoot & Rhianwen Davies
English Ceilidh (pronounced kaylee) is a lively, energetic, and upbeat version of English barn or country dancing, suitable for all ages.
Cuckoo Bushes Hall The Hilt Hiltingbury Recreation Ground Hiltingbury Road Chandler’s Ford
Sat 27 Jan

More details - Afternoon tea and jazz with the Mike Miller trio
Sunday afternoon tea and jazz with the fantastic Mike Miller Trio featuring his beautiful jazz guitar playing accompanied by David Chedgey on double bass and Nick Monnas on drums.
River Bank Tea Room, London Road, Old Basing, Basingstoke
Sun 11 Feb, Sun 11 Mar

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