Andover & N Hampshire Latest Issue

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

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Summer is here and the weather should be getting warmer and soon families will be thinking about summer holidays.  All over the news, they are mentioning that we’ve had little rain over the winter and none for a long period of time – please do check out tips on how to save water as the animals and rivers are not thriving as they should. That being said, carry on enjoying the better weather as this time of year as it is fantastic for getting out and enjoying the lovely Hampshire countryside we have all around us.

Do not forget to add next month’s Family Festival to your calendars (pages 16-17) as it is set to be a fun filled family day and one not to be missed!

In this month’s issue we have articles about the opening of the new indoor tennis courts, the Countess of Brecknock Ladies Only 10 @ 10 Late Night Walk, information about Andover Temporary Pool, Test Valley Business Awards and the Weyhill Electronic Organ Society celebrates 15 years including much more besides. Our Education News is crammed packed again this
month with all the great local schools and colleges
stories about how they are educating the future generation.

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.

Enjoy the month of June

Tracey

 

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