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Holocaust memorial marked by candles

A CANDLE created by artist Sir Anish Kapoor was lit at Amery Hill School as part of a national initiative that saw 70 specially-designed candles lit at Holocaust Memorial Day events across the UK.
The occasion marked the 70th anniversary of the l... read on

EAST Hampshire District Council leader Ferris Cowper has “guaranteed” there will be a new care home and minor injuries unit in Whitehill and Bordon. read on...
GREATHAM Parish Council vice-chairman Don Jerrard has denied an assault charge. read on...
THE Holme Primary School in Headley opened its new kitchen on Monday. read on...
AN inquest has opened into the death of Bordon trainee soldier Joshua Brown who was hit and killed by a police car responding to an emergency on the Hog’s Back in 2012. read on...

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CARETAKER manager Chris Barker must wait to face his first game in charge – as Saturday's Conference Premier clash at Altrincham has been postponed.
The decision to call off tomorrow's game after the north-west of England has been hit by snowstorms in the past 48 hours.
Barker, the 34-year-old defender, was put in temporary charge last week after Aldershot dismissed Andy Scott, their manager for nearly two years, and his assistant Terry Bullivant.
Chairman Shahid Azeem and his directors decided to act after the home defeat to Kidderminster, Aldershot’s sixth Conference loss in seven matches.
The club have advertised the post, but with Scott, still under contract, placed on ‘gardening leave’ and finances tight, Azeem has said the club is no rush to name a permanent replacement.
Unless an outstanding candidate comes forward, it seems that Barker will have a few matches to prove himself.
If things go well, Barker, a reliable full-back who can also play in the ce... read on

ALDERSHOT Town have parted company with Andy Scott, their manager for almost two years.
Scott masterminded an FA Cup victory over Portsmouth just ... read on
FARNHAM TOWN 0, BADSHOT LEA 7

MATCHES between these local rivals are traditionally tight, close-fought affairs, but Saturday’s meeting was dr... read on

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