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Today to 18 Feb 18 within 40 miles.

More details - The Grange Indoor Car Boot
Indoor car boot - established car boot taking place in our main sports hall - wide selection of pre-used household and garden items at car boot prices
The Grange Leisure Centre, Midhurst
Sun 28 Jan, Sun 25 Feb, Sun 25 Mar

More details - Antique and Collectors Fair
A wide variety of antiques and collectables including pottery, porcelain, gold and silver, glass, jewellery, fashion accessories, military badges, and postcards. This popular fair is held in the stunning new Grange Centre which has refreshments and a cafe terrace overlooking the picturesque Midhurst pond.
Grange Centre, Bepton Road, Midhurst
Sun 4 Feb

More details - The Grange Monthly Market
Collectables, Retro, Curos, Crafts, Plants, Small furniture, Bric-a Brac, Jewellery and lots more Car Park free for first 2 hours - on-site café - free admission
The Grange Centre, Bepton Road, Midhurst
Sat 17 Feb, Sat 17 Mar

More details - GOLDEN DECADES Featuring Ben Pryer and The Lucky Dogs
The GOLDEN DECADES, a Vintage Evening of 50s and 60s music and dance nostalgia. Featuring UK’s Finest Vintage Rock and Roll Band, Ben Pryer and The Lucky Dogs performing Authentic Rock ‘n’ Roll. With The Lucky Dogs, it’s like taking a step back in time.
Empire Hall, Graffham, Petworth
Sat 10 Feb

More details - Manor of Dean - Open Garden for NGS
Traditional English garden, approx 3 acres with herbaceous borders, a variety of early flowering bulbs, snowdrops, spring bulbs, grass walks and grass steps. Walled kitchen garden with fruit, vegetables and cutting flowers. Lawns, rose garden and informal areas with views of the South Downs.
Manor of Dean, Petworth
Sun 11 Feb

More details - Sandhill Farm House - Open Garden for NGS
Front and rear gardens broken up into garden rooms incl small kitchen garden. Front garden incl small woodland area planted with early spring flowering shrubs, ferns and bulbs; topiary and white garden, large leaf border and terraced area.
Sandhill Farm House, Petersfield
Sun 18 Feb

More details - Petworth House and Park - William Blake in Sussex: Visions of Albion
Celebrating Blake’s three years in Sussex, the only place outside of London where he ever lived, this unique exhibition features over 50 loans from such prestigious collections as the British Museum, V&A and Tate.
Petworth House and Park, Petworth,
Today to Wed 28 Feb

More details - Petworth House and Park - A Winter's Trail
Wrap up warm this season exploring the Pleasure Grounds and discover what winter means to Petworth as a family. Booking Not Needed.
Petworth House and Park, Petworth,
Today to Mon 29 Jan

More details - Petworth House and Park - A Winter's Trail
Wrap up warm this season exploring the Pleasure Grounds and discover what winter means to Petworth as a family. Booking Not Needed.
Petworth House and Park, Petworth,
Tue 30 Jan to Sun 18 Feb

More details - Historic Haslemere: An Exhibition at Haslemere Museum
An exhibition which reveals the fascinating history of Haslemere told through beautifully illustrated story boards where visitors will be taken on a journey about the history of the town.
Haslemere Museum 78 High Street Haslemere Surrey
Today to Wed 31 Jan

More details - Historic Haslemere  - An Exhibition at Haslemere Museum
An exhibition which reveals the fascinating history of Haslemere told through beautifully illustrated story boards where visitors will be taken on a journey about the history of the town.
Haslemere Museum, 78 High Street,Haslemere
Today to Sat 3 Mar

More details - Byron Cooper – Tennyson’s Country - An Exhibition at Haslemere Museum
A wonderful exhibition showcasing the Museum’s collection of works by the eminent Victorian artist, George Gordon Byron Cooper. The poetry of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, inspired Byron Cooper to depict the dramatic landscapes and vivid emotions evoked in his prose. To find out more, visit www.haslemeremuseum.co.uk
Haslemere Museum, 78 High Street,Haslemere
Today to Sat 3 Mar

More details - Byron Cooper – Tennyson’s Country: An Exhibition at Haslemere Museum
An wonderful exhibition showcasing the Museum’s collection of works by the eminent Victorian artist, George Gordon Byron Cooper. The poetry of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, inspired Byron Cooper to depict the dramatic landscapes and vivid emotions evoked in his prose.
Haslemere Museum 78 High Street Haslemere Surrey
Today to Wed 31 Jan

More details - Tea and Talk at Haslemere Museum: Offshore Sea Voyages in an Open Boat
Come along and enjoy the Museum’s informal talks with tea and biscuits. Join Peter Clutterbuck who will present a slide show of some long offshore sailing adventures which are the subject of his book “The Sea Takes No Prisoners”, published by Bloomsbury.
Haslemere Museum, 78 High Street,Haslemere
Tue 23 Jan

More details - Big Garden Bird Watch at Haslemere Museum
Don’t miss the Big Garden Bird Watch family drop in event at Haslemere Museum – this is a great opportunity for both children and adults to have fun together making bird cakes, doing craft activities and discovering the birds in the Museum grounds and galleries. To find out more, visit www.haslemeremuseum.co.uk
Haslemere Museum, 78 High Street,Haslemere
Sat 27 Jan

More details - Fantastic Flags at Haslemere Museum
Come along to this family drop in event at the Museum and enjoy a fun-filled morning. Discover more about the variety of flags from around the world and then get hands-on and create your very own flag.
Haslemere Museum, 78 High Street,Haslemere
Tue 13 Feb

More details - Grayshott Folk Club Barn Dance/Ceilidh with: THE HOG'S BACK BAND
Grayshott Folk Club www.grayshottfolkclub.co.uk www.grayshott.com/events/ Saturday 27th January 2018 @ 7.
Grayshott Village Hall, Headley Road, Grayshott, Nr. HINDHEAD, Surrey .
Sat 27 Jan

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 - 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 - Queering Christ’s  Medieval Loincloth
Weaving theology, medieval art, queer theology and the historical imaginary together provides an intellectual space of reparation for those made vulnerable by the intersections of sexuality and Christian religion. Prof.
Academic Building room 1.03, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester College Lane
Thu 25 Jan

More details - Shakespeare,  T.S. Eliot and  Iris Murdoch:  The Shaman and the Intertext
In this talk Rob Hardy will explore the consequences of two statements: (1) that Iris Murdoch was a shaman in the sense that Ted Hughes said that Shakespeare and T.S Eliot were, and (2) that Murdoch’s shamanism was deeply linked to the intertextuality of her fiction.
Cloisters, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester College Lane
Sat 3 Feb

More details - A Global Stage for the  Ballets Africains: Imagining Nations in the  Late Colonial State
When the Wind of Change blew, it carried on it strains of new musical forms and new cultural identities on the African continent.
Academic Building room 2.01, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester College Lane
Wed 7 Feb

More details - ‘Jews on Quests! Challenging the ur-texts of  genre fantasy’, Farah Mendlesohn
In Rhetorics of Fantasy, historian and SFF critic Farah Mendlesohn argued that most genre fantasy was fundamentally Christian in its understanding of the world. This led her to wonder what was Jewish about genre fantasy by Jewish writers.
Cloisters, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester College Lane
Thu 8 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

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