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More details - Pretty Muddy 5k - Basingstoke
Race for Life’s Pretty Muddy is our brilliant 5k muddy obstacle course. Scramble over the A-frame, crawl through the mud pit, have fun with your friends and raise valuable funds for Cancer Research’s life-saving research.
Down Grange Sports Complex, Pack Lane, Basingstoke
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More details - Pretty Muddy Kids - Basingstoke
Race for Life’s Pretty Muddy Kids is our brilliant muddy obstacle course just for the little ones. They can take on the obstacles, crawl through the mud pit and have fun with friends, all the while helping raise valuable funds for life-saving research.
Down Grange Sports Complex, Pack Lane, Basingstoke
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More details - Herald Classic Car Show
Hundreds of classic, vintage, American and military cars and motorcycles will fill Alton Town Centre on Saturday 21st September from 10am-3pm. There will be live music and entertainment in the Market Square and a specialty market in the High Street.
Alton Town Centre, Alton
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More details - Spencers Wood Carnival
Now in its 12th year, this popular and well-organised community event aims to provide a free, fun day out with something for everyone.
Recreation Ground, Clares Green Road, Spencers Wood
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More details - The Wonderful World of the Ladybird Book Artists
Step into the nostalgic world of Ladybird Books told through original artwork, books and objects. Ladybird Books have been a familiar fixture on children’s bookshelves since the 1950s but few people are aware that they actually date back to the early days of the Second World War.
The Base, Greenham
Today to Sun 17 Nov

More details - Behind the scenes tours of the Mid Hants Railway engineering sheds
Heritage Open Day: Come & explore behind the scenes of ’The Watercress Line’ at our Ropley engineering hub, and discover what is involved in renovating and maintaining a steam locomotive.
Mid Hampshire Railway, Station House, Station Hill, Ropley, Alresford
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Hampshire's Watercress
Heritage Open Day: Discover how watercress production started in the historic market town of Alresford, and enjoy a few free samples too! Join us for a fascinating talk in the Alresford railway goods shed and discover how watercress production started in the historic market town of Alresford.
Mid Hants Railway Goods Shed, Alresford Station, Station Road, Alresford
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Tech-X - The Technician Exhibition
From 11th September - 11th October 2019, UCA presents TechX, an exhibition showcasing the work of the technical staff at Farnham.
James Hockey Gallery, UCA, Falkner Road, Farnham
Today, Mon 23 Sep to Sat 28 Sep, Mon 30 Sep to Sat 5 Oct, Mon 7 Oct to Fri 11 Oct

More details - Museum of Farnham
Heritage Open Day: Visit this Grade I Listed Building, an outstanding example of Georgian architecture, and discover the history of Farnham. Willmer House was built in 1718 for a wealthy hop merchant, John Thorne, and today it is one of Farnham’s only two non-ecclesiastical Grade I Listed Buildings. The initials J.T.
Willmer House, 38 West Street, Farnham
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More details - The History and Heritage of Farnham Park
Heritage Open Day: A guided walk around the park A walk around the Park, talking about its origins, various uses throughout history, and a few remaining signs of those uses. The walk takes one and a half to two hours Walk guided by archaeologist David Graham and the Friends of Farnham Park.
Meet at Ranger’s Office, Farnham Park main car park, off Folly Hill (A287), Farnham
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More details - Guitar Village
Heritage Open Day: Visit Guitar Village in one of Farnham’s oldest buildings. Recent tree ring dating of timbers in this house reveals that it is one of Farnham’s oldest buildings, built in 1467. It was a ’Wealden’ house, a spectacular form of medieval open hall house.
80-82 West Street, Farnham
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More details - Graham & Co Jewellers
Heritage Open Day: Visit the shop to see the 17th century ornately plastered ceiling This little shop hides an astonishing secret, an ornately plastered ceiling dating to the mid-17th century which was made for the Earl of Shaftesbury as a ‘pattern’ for a ceiling in his house at Wimborne.
20a West Street, Farnham
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More details - Farnham Library
Heritage Open Day: Visit Farnham Library and its gardens Vernon House partly dates from 1563, with street front dated at 1721, but with later changes following a fire in about 1860.
Vernon House, 28 West Street, Farnham
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More details - Farnham Masonic Centre
Heritage Open Day: Visit Farnham Masonic Centre with a display of regalia and guides will be there to explain. This is an imposing building dating back to between 1750 and 1800, with a real sense of local history and continuity.
42 Castle Street, Farnham
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More details - Lion and Lamb House, Goldsmiths Jewellers
Heritage Open Day: Visit Goldsmiths jewellers shop in the 16th century Lion and Lamb House This 16th century building has a long and chequered history. In the 16th and 17th centuries it was an inn called The White Hart, which became the Lion and Lamb in the early 18th century and was divided into tenements.
Goldsmiths Jewellers, Lion & Lamb House, 113 West Street, Farnham
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More details - St Andrew's C. of E. Infant School
Heritage Open Day: Wander round the school and study log books and photographs covering the history of St. Andrew’s. This lovely little Victorian school was opened in February 1860 by Bishop Sumner on a site known as Parsonage Yard.
St. Andrew’s C. of E. Infant School, Upper Church Lane, Farnham
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More details - St Andrew's Parish Church, Farnham
Heritage Open Day: Visit St Andrew’s Church, a Grade I Listed Building built on what is thought to be the site of an earlier Saxon church.
St Andrew’s Church, Middle Church Lane, Farnham
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Ivy House (Farnham Conservative Club)
Heritage Open Day: Visit Ivy House, likely to have been built about 1700 and at the time would have been one of Farnham’s largest town houses, surrounded by fields and meadows and with uninterrupted views of the countryside to the south-east.
Farnham Conservative Club, Ivy House, Ivy Lane, off Downing Street, Farnham
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More details - Surrey Artist of the Year 2019
The Surrey Artist of the Year competition is a partnership between the New Ashgate and the Surrey Artists Open Studios to celebrate the wealth of creative talent in Surrey.
New Ashgate Gallery Waggon Yard Farnham Surrey
Today to Sat 2 Nov

More details - Catherine Warren: One Year On - Surrey Artist of the Year 2018
We are delighted to welcome back Catherine Warren, the winner of the Surrey Artist of the Year competion in 2018. Catherine takes inspiration from landscapes and nature, from close to her home in Farnham to the Devon and Cornwall coast and beyond.
New Ashgate Gallery Waggon Yard Farnham Surrey
Today to Tue 5 Nov

More details - New Ashgate Gallery
Heritage Open Day: Visit the New Ashgate Gallery The New Ashgate Gallery is a fine arts and crafts gallery showing work of an exceptionally high standard. It is run by a not-for-profit trust, and cultivates the pursuit of excellence in a marketplace environment.
Waggon Yard, Lower Church Lane, Farnham
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More details - Ruby La La
Heritage Open Day: Ruby La La is new to Farnham and opened in June. This dramatic building at the eastern end of the colonnade has an unusual and puzzling history. The exact date when it was first built is not known but 1537 or 1566 have been suggested although it could have been later, around 1657.
6 Town Hall Buildings, The Borough, Farnham
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More details - Hone's Yard
Heritage Open Day: Visit Hone’s Yard off Downing Street, site of an old farm. Site of an old farm and a fascinating glimpse of the local hop industry with 17th century barns and a 19th century hop kiln.
Downing Street, Farnham
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More details - Farnham Maltings
Heritage Open Day: Explore the Farnham Maltings, an old maltings and tannery, now a thriving arts and community centre In 1969 Farnham Maltings, an old Maltings and Tannery, was about to be demolished but was saved by the people of Farnham who raised £30,000 to buy it from the owners Courages.
The Farnham Maltings, Bridge Square, Farnham
Today and Sun 22 Sep

More details - Farnham Council Offices
Heritage Open Day: Visit the Council Offices and the Council Chamber on the first floor. The Council Offices were opened in 1903, designed for Farnham Urban District Council by architect Paxton Hood Watson in neo-Georgian style. As first built it included the town’s Fire Station.
Town Council Offices, South Street, Farnham
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