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Welcome to the October edition of your local Andover & North Hampshire Gazette magazine.

Halloween is coming and many of you will be getting excited about it! If you are getting dressed up, do make sure you are safe as over recent years there have been incidences where the material of costumes have lit up very quickly if they come into contact with naked flame. This has caused major burns to young people, so please be safe whatever you do. As usual we have features for Health & Wellbeing, Service with a Smile and on the lead up to Christmas we’ve got an article to help you try to save those all important pennies, so you can spoil your family rotten this Christmas (pages 54-58).

In this issue we have articles about the Hampshire Scouts Tanzania Trip 2017, a great fundraising achievement of Test Valley’s former Mayor charity presentation evening, all about the comedians booked for The Lights during Autumn plus all the great Natural Trust places to visit this October and we’re proud to print a guest blog by Darci Black about the forthcoming Firework Night! Plus don’t forget the Education News too, as we print schools/college press releases for free – this is a great opportunity to tell us about the unique ways you use to encourage pupils to learn.

We are always happy to connect with local people whether it be Community or Education news, Local Events or Charity Fundraisers or whether you are local businesses looking to discuss their marketing strategy. Please do contact us to discuss your advertising needs and how your local free community magazine can help you, email Tracey@ andovergazette.co.uk Please also get in touch if you have any events you would like advertised on our website or in our What’s On section in the publications.

Have a spooktacular Halloween!

Tracey

 

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