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South Winchester villages news round-up April 24
- A PLAN for a Gypsy pitch at Colden Common has been rejected by city council planners.
Officers used delegated powers to turn down the scheme by David James Peters for a touring caravan and mobile home plus hard standing at Little Ranch, Portsmouth Road, Fishers Pond.
- A FORMER Shawford shop is set to be converted into a home.
Alison Burgess has been granted permission to change the ground floor of a property in Station Terrace to be used for residential purposes.
She has also been permitted to put in a two-storey and single-storey extension to the rear and the side and will develop an orangery.
- FITNESS is the name of the game at Colden Common next week.
A free trial offering low intensity FitSteps will be held at the community centre on April 30 from 1.30-2pm.
Instructor Abbie Jennings will host the taster session offering Latin and ballroom dances with proven fitness techniques.
For more information contact the centre by calling 01962 715789 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- WINCHESTER City Council will be offering help and support to residents and businesses affected in Twyford.
The council are collaborating with Winchester District Citizens Advice Bureau to put together a programme of clinics in some of the worst affected parishes throughout the region. Twyford Parish Council has suggested making one of the rooms available in the parish hall for a couple of hours where residents can raise any queries they might have.
Anyone with any questions or suggestions is urged to contact Elizabeth Billingham, clerk to Twyford Parish Council, so she can arrange dates to accommodate the number of people.
Mrs Billingham can be emailed at email@example.com.
- A PRACTICE in Twyford is aiming to create a database to list voluntary services throughout the district.
The Patient Participation Group at Twyford Practice is urging anyone who uses or runs any services related to health or social problems to provide them with their details.
The group plans to make a list of all the care services available within the villages and communities served by the practice, including contact details and activities, with a long-term plan of organising an information campaign.
For more details contact Helen Witt by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 07831 480453.
- THE Winchester and County Music Festival Concert will take place in Romsey Abbey on Saturday (May 17).
Compton and Shawford Festival Choir, together with Botley Choral Society, will be singing Chilcott’s Requiem and Mendelssohn’s Hymn of Praise from 7.30pm.
The conductor will be David Burgess.
Tickets can be bought online at musicinromsey.ticketsource.co.uk or through the Romsey Tourist Information Centre on 01794 512987.
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