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  • Providing a Home for Local Bats

    Providing a Home for Local Bats

    25.02.14

    One of our barns is being used as maternity roost by a small number of brown long-eared and common Pipistrelle bats. The bats use the barn during summer, between May and September, to have their young. A Barn Owl has also occasionally used the barn.  Whilst the roofing work is ... Read more

    One of our barns is being used as maternity roost by a small number of brown long-eared and common Pipistrelle bats. The bats use the barn during summer, between May and September, to have their young. A Barn Owl has also occasionally used the barn.  

    Whilst the roofing work is being carried out, alternative roosting facilities for the bats and Barn Owl have been provided on site and permanent provision will be incorporated into the barn.

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  • New Website Launched

    New Website Launched

    6.06.13

    After months of careful design and build work we are pleased to announce the launch of our new website. As part of a desire to increase our community engagement and promote the discussion around environmental stewardship we knew it was time to upgrade our website. We were keen to use ... Read more

    After months of careful design and build work we are pleased to announce the launch of our new website.

    As part of a desire to increase our community engagement and promote the discussion around environmental stewardship we knew it was time to upgrade our website. We were keen to use a local design agency and found our solution in Shine Creative, based in Hartley Wintney. They deserve a huge thanks not only for their wonderful design work but also for leading us so expertly through the whole process. We are delighted with the results.

    We hope our site will not only increase local (and perhaps regional) awareness of what we have to offer as a service provider but also promote the local community, environment and economy.

    We hope you enjoy looking through it and would love to know what you think so please feel free to send us your feedback, which you can do via the contact page.

    Happy browsing!

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  • Culture on the Common

    Culture on the Common

    14.05.13

    'Culture On The Common'
    Sunday 11th August - 1:00pm - 5:00pm.The Parish Council are holding an Art Exhibition for local artists at our 'Culture on the Common' event. If you are interesting in exhibiting your art work please contact the Events Manager on events@hartleywintney.org.uk or 01252 ... Read more

    'Culture On The Common'
    Sunday 11th August - 1:00pm - 5:00pm.

    The Parish Council are holding an Art Exhibition for local artists at our 'Culture on the Common' event. 

    If you are interesting in exhibiting your art work please contact the Events Manager on events@hartleywintney.org.uk or 01252 845152.

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  • Italia in Piazza

    Italia in Piazza

    7.04.13

    A taste of Italy will be coming to Hartley Wintney on Sunday 14th April.

    Head down to the High Street between 10am-4pm to experience the flavours and food of sunny Italy.

    Viva Italia!
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    A taste of Italy will be coming to Hartley Wintney on Sunday 14th April.

    Head down to the High Street between 10am-4pm to experience the flavours and food of sunny Italy.

    Viva Italia!

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  • Fellow Twitcher?

    Fellow Twitcher?

    26.04.13

    The Estate has a rich variety of birds and wildlife. Do let us know of any rare sightings! You can get in touch with us here.
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    The Estate has a rich variety of birds and wildlife.

    Do let us know of any rare sightings!

    You can get in touch with us here.

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  • Historical Connection?

    Historical Connection?

    26.04.13

    If you have an historical connection to the Estate get in touch as we are building out our story.

    Please contact us to find out more.

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    If you have an historical connection to the Estate get in touch as we are building out our story.

    Please contact us to find out more.


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  • A Rainbow Arrives

    A Rainbow Arrives

    22.02.13

    Rainbow Play Systems has become the latest customer addition to Our Business Community. Rainbow Play Systems Ltd. have been supplying the very best outdoor play equipment in the UK for over 15 years. Their Springfree Trampolines are the safest trampolines available in the world and are the only trampoline endorsed ... Read more

    Rainbow Play Systems has become the latest customer addition to Our Business Community. 

    Rainbow Play Systems Ltd. have been supplying the very best outdoor play equipment in the UK for over 15 years. Their Springfree Trampolines are the safest trampolines available in the world and are the only trampoline endorsed but the Royal Society for the Prevention of accidents. Rainbow Play Inc.have been manufacturing climbing frames in the US for over 25 years. Using mainly Cedar and Redwood they have climbing frames that your children will grow in to and designs for all garden shapes and sizes.

    They would be delighted to hear from you if you have a requirement for quality play equipment. For their website, please go here.

    To see more of our customers, please go here.

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  • Elvetham War Memorial

    Elvetham War Memorial

    22.02.13

    Tucked away in the grounds of The Elvetham Hotel, and rarely attracting attention, is a monument to the bravery of Elvetham soldiers in two World Wars. This twelve feet high memorial was built as a tribute to the men of Elvetham village who made the ultimate sacrifice in the Great ... Read more

    Tucked away in the grounds of The Elvetham Hotel, and rarely attracting attention, is a monument to the bravery of Elvetham soldiers in two World Wars.

    This twelve feet high memorial was built as a tribute to the men of Elvetham village who made the ultimate sacrifice in the Great War and twenty years later in World War II. It was originally unveiled on 22nd April 1922 by the Hon. Sir Arthur Gough-Calthorpe with a thousand people attending the dedication service.

    Since then the effects of time and Mother Nature have taken their toll but, with funding secured from the War Memorial Trust and Bayfield Charitable Trust, the memorial has recently been cleaned and restored to its former glory.

    The main plinth holds the name of seventeen men who fought in the major engagements of the war and died away from home as far as Gallipoli, Italy and Greece. A separate stone was added holding the names of seven men who fell in the Second World War between 1940 and 1945. These twenty four men in total represented the lifeblood of the village and their loss would have been keenly felt.

    Following the conclusion of the Remembrance Day proceedings at the Hartley Wintney War Memorial (by St John's Church) residents and visitors accompanied Rev Ward, together with representatives from the Parish Council and the Royal British Legion, to attend a short blessing and prayers at the newly restored Memorial in the grounds of the Hotel. 

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