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Today to Fri 25 May, by distance, closest first.    

More details - Cookscroft - Open Garden for NGS
This is a garden for all seasons which delights the visitor. Started in 1988, it features cottage, woodland and Japanese style gardens, water features and borders of perennials with a particular emphasis on southern hemisphere plants. Unusual plants for the plantsman to enjoy, many grown from seed.
Cookscroft, Chichester
Sun 13 May, Wed 16 May

More details - Hayling Island Choir present a Spring Concert Saturday 28th April 7.30pm
Remembering World War 1. Music to include The Armed Man - Jenkins Danny Boy Roses of Picardy Lux Aeterna – Edward Elgar Crossing the Bar – Hubert Parry Greater Love – John Ireland Evening Hymn and Sunset
Hayling Island Community Centre, Station Rd, Hayling Island
Sat 28 Apr

More details - Tuppenny Explorers: Terrific Tiles
Tuppenny Explorers Club: Terrific Tiles Description: Tuppenny Explorers is our after school club aimed at 4 - 11year olds. The fun afternoon sessions run once a month on a Monday at 3:45pm.
Tuppenny Barn Main Road Southbourne
Mon 21 May

More details - Tuppenny Tots: Pizza Portraits
Come and join our Tuppenny Tots sessions. These action packed monthly morning sessions are for pre-school children and their parents/carers. Running on a Friday, starting at 10am, children take part in nature-themed craft and nature-themed activities.
Tuppenny Barn Main Road Southbourne
Fri 25 May

More details - Solent Male Voice Choir
Raw Singers, a young vocal quintet will be our guests in a concert in aid of St. Wilfrid’s New Hospice Appeal.
St. John’s Church, Southbourne, Emsworth
Sat 28 Apr

More details - Emsworth Farmers’ Market
Monthly Farmers’ Market in Hampshire, offering locally produced, delicious food and drink.
St Peters Square, Emsworth
Sat 19 May, Sat 16 Jun

More details - The Work of the RNLI
Brian Masters, RNLI Education and Adult Presenter and Community Safety Adviser, gives a brief history of the RNLI and explains how the RNLI operates, particularly in our local area. Brian’s illustrated presentation will also look at the current campaigns to reduce drowning and some recent rescues.
Emsworth Library, 23 High Street, Emsworth
Thu 24 May

More details - The Apuldram Centre - Open Garden for NGS
Award-winning Wildlife and Sensory Garden. Winding pathway sensitively planted with bee loving plants, all grown from seed, which leads to a tranquil pond and bog garden.
The Apuldram Centre, Chichester
Thu 17 May, Thu 24 May, Thu 31 May, Thu 7 Jun, Thu 14 Jun

More details - Celebrity Cricket Match & Family Day Out at Selsey
Once again Selsey Cricket Club welcomes the Thespian Thunderer’s to Selsey Cricket Club, playing for the Sir Patrick Moore cup and Family day out, Sunday 13th May 12:30 pm for a 1.
Selsey Cricket Club. The Sir Patrick Moore Pavilion, The Recreation Ground, Paddock Lane, Selsey, We
Sun 13 May

More details - Moonlight Walk
Moonlight Walk 10th anniversary Join #TeamWilf on 5th May for a 5 or 10 mile sponsored walk through Chichester – walk to remember a loved one, walk with family and friends, walk to show you care.
In and around Chichester. Starting point Westgate Leisure Centre
Sat 5 May

More details - Moonlight Walk for St Wilfrid's Hospice
Celebrate a decade of Moonlight Walk and be a star for St Wilfrid’s! Join #TeamWilf on 5th May for a 5 or 10 mile sponsored walk through Chichester – walk to remember a loved one, walk with family and friends, walk to show you care.
Westgate Leisure Centre Via Ravenna Chichester
Sat 5 May

More details - James Alderson Presents....
Local comedian and host James Alderson returns to his home town of Havant with 5 more comedians from the comedy world trying new material, including Soccor AM’s Lloyd Griffith. Lloyd will be here fresh from his sell-out tour; he has provided tour support for Jack Whitehall and Rob Beckett.
Spring Arts & Heritage Centre
Mon 14 May

More details - Valuation Day - Childhood Memories
Have you ever wondered what the treasures you saved from your childhood might be worth? We invite you to bring along toys, games and antiques to this special event at The Novium Museum, where a team of auctioneers from Henry Adams Auctions will value your items.
The Novium Museum
Thu 10 May

More details - Game On! An Evening of Games
Join us for a vibrant evening of games and activities themed to complement our Game Plan exhibition. From the classics you know and love, to some recent releases - watch demonstrations, take part and join in the fun with some like-minded people, surrounded by some of the most iconic, enthralling and visually...
The Novium Museum
Fri 18 May

More details - Sennicotts - Open Garden for NGS
Historic gardens set around a Regency villa (not open) with views across mature Sussex parkland to the South Downs. Working walled kitchen and cutting garden. Lots of space for children and a warm welcome for all.
Sennicotts, Chichester
Sun 20 May and Mon 21 May

More details - Family Activity
Join us for our FREE family drop-in activity in the Studio. Taking inspiration from Damien Hirst, Sheila Bownas and Pop Art, we’ll be creating motifs with mixed media to place on a large scale backdrop. Idea by Kate Reynolds. No need to book.
Pallant House Gallery 9 North Pallant Pallant House Gallery Chichester
Sat 12 May

More details - Art Views
Art Views is an opportunity to look at and discuss selected works from the Gallery collection. Open to everyone and dementia-friendly. Followed by tea and cake. Booking essential via Lucy Greenfield only (l.greenfield@pallant.org.uk / 07788489536).
Pallant House Gallery 9 North Pallant Pallant House Gallery Chichester
Thu 24 May

More details - Aldsworth House - Open Garden for NGS
6 acre tranquil family garden being adapted to modern needs by plantaholic owners with enthusiastic help from two terriers. Unusual trees, shrubs, perennials, ancient apple trees, magnolias, roses and over 100 peonies. Beautiful views over National Park.
Aldsworth House, Aldsworth
Sun 20 May, Tue 22 May

More details - Play Power - Present Laughter
In partnership with the University of Chichester, these panel discussions led by Professor Simon Barker offer insight into selected productions. Linked to our production of Present Laughter, explore key themes in Noël Coward’s works including class, relationships and self-deprecation.
Steven Pimlott Building, Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester
Sat 5 May

More details - Crafts Gifts and More
Join us for an explosion of arts, craft, gifts, chocolate, cakes, jewellery and sooooo much more, FREE ENTRY , child friendly and wheelchair access - cosy village hall, refreshments available, plenty of free parking. from 11am - 3pm
Pagham Village Hall, Pagham Road, Pagham
Sun 6 May

More details - Pagham Yacht Club Push the boat out
Come down to beautiful Pagham and try Sailing, Kayaking and Stand up Paddleboarding. Our experienced sailors will take you out and show you what to do. This is great fun for the whole family but aimed at 8-80 bring everyone a change of clothes and prepare to get wet - all saftey equipment will be provided on site.
1 West Front Road, Pagham nr Bognor
Sat 19 May

More details - Musical Evening at Stansted
Michael Winter & Friends present a varied programme of vocal & instrumental items in the elegant Edwardian Music Room of Stansted House. Interval refreshments included in £10 ticket bookable from The Stansted Park Office on 02392 412 265, option 4 (Enquiries & Estate Office).
Stansted House,Stansted Park, Rowlands Castle
Thu 24 May

More details - Why did the First World War end in November 1918
A talk by Dave Smith. The First World War came to an end 100 years ago this year, after an unprecedented four years of carnage and suffering. An illustrated talk by WWI enthusiast and former History teacher, Dave Smith, will examine why the war came to an end in November 1918, and the reasons why Germany lost it.
Aldwick Parish Rooms, 88 Pryors Lane, Bognor Regis
Today

More details - 28 St Ronan's Avenue - Open Garden for NGS
Town garden 145ft x 25ft, 700 metres from the sea. A mixture of tender, exotic and dry loving plants, along with more traditional incl king protea, bananas, ferns, agaves, echeverias, echium and puya. Wild flower area and wildlife pond. Two different dry gardens showing what can be grown in sandy soil.
28 St Ronan’s Avenue, Portsmouth
Sun 29 Apr, Sun 3 Jun

More details - The Bluetones
The Bluetones The First Decade 1995 - 2005. Artists performing: The Bluetones.: Tickets avaiable.
Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Wed 2 May

More details - A Celebration Concert
The Salvation Army Band, Southsea are the guests of The Solent Male Voice Choir in a celebratory concert on the evening of The Royal Wedding.Interval refreshments included in Ticket £8 from Mary Close 07756571380. Proceeds in aid of Church Roof Fund and The work of The Salvation Army.
St. John’s Church, Rowlands Castle
Sat 19 May

More details - Rowlands Castle Craft Fayre
The craft fayres are held on the first Sat of each month from April to July and Sept to Dec. Admission is free and refreshments are available. Approx 24 local artisans display a wide range of skills in their high quality hand-crafted items.
Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle
Sat 5 May

More details - Southsea Farmers' Market
Monthly Farmers’ Market in Hampshire, offering locally produced, delicious food and drink.
Palmerston Road, Southsea
Sun 20 May

More details - JCPF Psychic & Spiritual  Healing Clinic
JCPF Healing Clinic Pop in - no appointment necessary! JCPF Healing Clinics are regular weekly events staffed by trained qualified Spiritual Healers.
Buckland Community Centre, Malins Road, North End, Portsmouth
Mon 30 Apr, Mon 14 May, Mon 21 May

More details - University of Portsmouth Ensembles
Prior to their tour to Spain in June, this is a chance to hear the University of Portsmouth ensembles performing a selection of music in a wide variety of styles. Directed by Colin Jagger and Ken Wharton-Emms, a great night is guaranteed.
New Theatre Royal, 20-24 Guildhall Walk, Portsmouth
Sat 19 May

More details - Corporate Narrative Reporting: A personal journey
Inaugural lecture by Khaled Hussainey, Professor of Accounting and Financial Management, University of Portsmouth.
University of Portsmouth, Portland Building, Portland Street
Wed 2 May

More details - A Midsummer Night's Dream - A One-Man Show
27th April 2018 7.30pm Shakespeare’s story concerns the night before a society wedding, during which two lovers elope, two fairy monarch’s have a row, the mischievous Puck causes all sorts of magical mayhem - and some poor bloke gets the head of a donkey.
42 Kent St
Today

More details - Release the Moth
The charity, Moth in a China Shop, is hosting a unusual fundraising event on the 2nd of May in Portsmouth. The event, Release the Moth, will involve volunteers being ’Press Ganged’ by the Royal Navy.
No Mans Fort Gunwharf Rd, Portsmouth
Wed 2 May

More details - Spinnaker Tower Comedy Club 4th May
Friday May 4th To celebrate Spinnaker Tower Comedy Club now happening monthly on the FIRST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH, we have an amazing triple headline bill with 3 comedians off the telly!
Spinnaker Tower, Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth
Fri 4 May

More details - Charity Glitter Ball
Join us for a night of glitter and glamour at the newest event in the Hampshire social calendar; the Rose Road Glitter Ball. The evening will be compered by TV’s Michael Kurn, long time ambassador for Rose Road.
Mary Rose Suite, Portsmouth Marriott Hotel, Southampton Road
Today

More details - Cats Protection at Fur, Feather & Dog Show!
Gosport Cats Protection have a stall at the Fur, Feather & Dog Show Saturday 19 May, 10am - 5pm. We’re going to be part of this great family fun day out in Gosport and all for local worthy causes.
Walpole Park, Gosport
Sat 19 May

More details - Opening Saturday at Goodwood Racecourse
Enjoy quality racing at the world’s most beautiful racecourse and experience some of the many sporting pursuits available across the Goodwood Estate including motor sport, flying and golf. Visit goodwood.com for tickets. Tickets from £10 (in advance). Children go free.
Goodwood Racecourse
Sat 5 May

More details - Festival of Food & Racing at Goodwood Racecourse
A fabulous combination of award-winning food and thrilling racing. The Food Festival includes organic produce from Goodwood Home Farm and award-winning fare from local artisan suppliers. Visit goodwood.com for tickets.
Goodwood Racecourse
Thu 24 May to Sat 26 May

More details - Out of Egypt
A family friendly display of genuine Ancient Egyptian artefacts, many brought back to Hampshire by local people.
Gosport Gallery Walpole Road Gosport
Today to Sat 19 May

More details - Crookley Pool - Open Garden for NGS
Here the plants decide where to grow. Californian tree poppies elbow valerian aside to crowd round the pool. Evening primroses obstruct the way to the door and the steps to wisteria shaded terraces. Hellebores bloom under the trees.
Crookley Pool, Horndean
Sun 13 May

More details - May Day Family Fete
Spend your May Day in good company at Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower in Gosport. Our annual family fete returns with even more fun with animal encounters, face painting, model boats, arts and crafts, Dr Science, family sports races, live music and entertainment. Fun for all the family.
Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower, Priddy’s Hard, Gosport
Mon 7 May

More details - Gosport Jazz Club - Traditional Jazz
Storyville Jass Band (Holland)
Gosport & Fareham Rugby Football Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport
Wed 2 May

More details - Gosport Jazz Club - Traditional Jazz
New Orleans Jazz Bandits
Gosport & Fareham Rugby Football Club, Dolphin Crescent, Gosport
Wed 16 May

More details - Plant Sale being held by Bognor Regis Friends of Chestnut Tree House Children's Hospice
Come and enjoy our ever popular Plant Sale including annuals, herbaceous, herbs, and house plants. Also fruit and vegetables for sale. Why not meet up with your friends for delicious cake and a cup of coffee too.
St Mary’s Centre, Grassmere Close, Felpham
Thu 10 May

More details - BEAR HUNT-St Helens
Families looking for adventure can run through the wavy grass and splosh through the waves when they go on a Bear Hunt at St Helens.
St Helens Duver St Helens Isle of Wight
Sat 12 May and Sun 13 May

More details - JCPF Psychic and Spiritual Healing Clinic
Pop in - no appointment necessary! JCPF Healing Clinics are regular weekly events staffed by trained qualified Spiritual Healers.
Portchester Community Association, New Parade, 2, 38 West Street, Portchester
Mon 30 Apr, Mon 14 May, Mon 21 May

More details - JCPF Evenings of Mediumship, Clairvoyance, Healing & Psychometry
Tony & Pam of the JCPF have been demonstrating their mediumistic gifts to the public for over 40 years. Tony also demonstrates healing -allows himself 3 minutes to make a difference! Results are often astounding! . Tony & Pam also demonstrate clairvoyance & psychometry skills, so do come along to see them in action.
Portchester Community Association, New Parade, 2, 38 West Street, Portchester
Wed 16 May

More details - Story Time Sessions
These are specially commissioned stories that will be about Fort Nelson during the First World War. The Author is the fabulous story teller Janet Goring and she has used George Weston’s letters home to inspire her. George Weston was a young man of 18 who joined up in 1914 and began his training here at Fort Nelson.
Fort Nelson Portsdown Hill Road
Wed 16 May

More details - Uppark House and Garden - In her Shoes - The Women of Uppark
As part of the National Trust’s Women and Power programme, join us this season as we walk in the footsteps of the strong women of Uppark.
Uppark House and Garden, South Harting, Petersfield,
Sat 5 May to Tue 3 Jul

More details - Uppark House and Garden - Women of Uppark Season  -  Music from Kirsty Merryn
Kirsty Merryn joins us to celebrate the Women of Uppark with live music in the gardens. As part of our Women of Uppark season, Kirsty Merryn delights us with music from her new album She & I.
Uppark House and Garden, South Harting, Petersfield,
Mon 7 May, Mon 28 May