Alresford town centre goes wild for half term! Over 200 families took part in the first ever 'Wildlife Week'. http://www.winchester.gov.uk/news/2017/mar/alresford-town-centre-goes-wild-half-term/
The first ever ‘Alresford Wildlife Week’ starts tomorrow! From 18 to 25 February, Alresford town centre will be buzzing with lots of fun, wildlife based activities for children to enjoy every day during half term week. For more information, visit the All About Alresford Facebook page. http://www.winchester.gov.uk/news/2017/feb/week-wildlife-adventures-alresford/
Ghoulish ghosts will be haunting Alresford town centre from Saturday 22 to 29 October as part of the annual Alresford Ghost Hunt. This free activity encourages families to explore Alresford town centre during half term, hunting for ghosts but finding much more in the process. Follow this link to read more: http://www.winchester.gov.uk/news/2016/oct/ghosts-haunt-alresford-spooky-half-term-fun/
New Alresford town centre is getting ready to host a free Easter egg hunt involving two of the things that children love most – stickers and chocolate!
A new service to help unemployed people to find work was officially launched on Monday 9 March by the new Leader of Winchester City Council, Cllr Frank Pearson, and the Mayor of Winchester, Cllr Eileen Berry.
Nominations for the Winchester District Sports Awards are now open! http://www.winchester.gov.uk/news/2016/dec/nominations-open-winchester-district-sports-awards/
The Stanmore community art project was commissioned by Winchester City Council and led by artist Laurence Dube-Rushby, who worked from the former library on Wavell Way throughout the summer. Some 350 people took part in the project. Laurence collected photographs and images and also recorded local people’s stories of life in Stanmore. People can scan QR codes on the panels and listen to recordings via smartphones or tablets.
Family hairdressing salon Topaz in Kingsworthy was one of many businesses in Hampshire affected by the severe weather last winter. But this winter the salon is bursting with confidence once again, thanks to a helping hand from Government and Winchester City Council.
Winchester becomes ‘festival central’ as it stages some of the most diverse and exciting events in the UK this summer.