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INFORMATION FOR HERITAGE GUIDE APPLICANTS

INFORMATION FOR HERITAGE GUIDE APPLICANTS The course is intended to provide successful applicants with the relevant skills to both lead and research walks and talks within Eastleigh Borough, with especial emphasis initially on events and locations linked to the Agincourt 600 programme. Location: Classes will take place on Tuesday evenings, between 7–9pm, at the Point. Dates: 22 September 2015, 29 September 2015, 6 October 2015, 13 October 2015, 20 October 2015, 27 October 2015, No meeting 3 November 2015 Recommence 10 November 2015, 17 November 2015, 24 November 2015, 1 December 2015, 8 December 2015. Christmas break. Recommence 12 January 2016,...

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Hamble Valley Festival of Food

Hamble Valley Festival of Food On the 5th September 2015 Hamble Quay came to life with the hustle and bustle of food market stalls, combined with crafty accessories and fun activities for the children. The smell of freshly baked breads, homemade pies and aromatic coffee filled the air as Hampshire Farmers Market traders prepared to open their stalls ready for the day. Even before the festival officially opened at 10am, intrigued passers buy began to filter in and roam around the market place. The clock struck 10 and the quay sprang to life with the vibrant sounds of the...

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Hamble Valley, it’s not only sailing it’s famous for! #HomeOfSport

Hamble Valley, it’s not only sailing it’s famous for! #HomeOfSport Sailing is not the only sport that has put Hamble on the map. The area of Hamble Valley has produced many top athletes over the years. In 1972 Hamble sent seven competitors to the Olympic Games in Kiel, who returned with 2 golds and a silver medal. Eastleigh town has the distinction of being the home of the oldest winner of an Olympic 50K walking medal, when Tommy Green brought home the gold from Los Angeles in 1932 at the grand old age of 38. For some time Hamble was...

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The Quay to a Food Festival Revival!

The Quay to a Food Festival Revival! Around 30 food and drink producers and suppliers have confirmed that they will be bringing their stalls to the Farmers’ Market at Hamble Quay on Saturday 5th September as part of the Hamble Valley Festival of Food revival. This special Hampshire Farmers’ Market will run between 10am and 4pm, selling a whole variety of fresh produce including locally grown or produced soft fruit, vegetables, free range lamb, beef and pork, honey, cheeses, sausages, bacon, fish, jams and chutneys, plants, wine and beer, cakes, bread and more! The farmers’ market is part of...

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