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'Loonies' launch ale inspired by Boris Johnson

THE Monster Raving Loony Party took over The Jolly Sailor pub in West Street, Farnham, last Thursday to launch its 12th ale in two years inspired by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.

Call to speak out on homes bid

Call to speak out on homes bid

ALTON and District Residents Association (ADRA) is urging people to turn out in force for a public hearing into an appeal against East Hampshire District Council’s (EHDC) decision to refuse permission for the development of 97 new homes on a site south west of Old Odiham Road, Alton.

Town on Civil War footing

THE scene is set for this weekend’s re-enactment of the 1643 ‘Battle of Alton’ by the English Civil War Society (ECWS).

‘Chocolate Queen’ Zara’s quest to be best bar none

SHE could soon be known as Four Marks’ Chocolate Queen as Zara Snell, 19, is again entering a competition that could gain her fame as a top chocolate maker, as well a luxury trip to the spice island of Grenada.

Nick's treat should be plane sailing...

AN Alton man may get the surprise of a lifetime for his 27th birthday, when his wife drives him to an airfield to take part in a 10,000ft skydive in aid of charity.

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Brilliant Bertola wrecks Grayshott with 7-10

Brilliant Bertola wrecks Grayshott with 7-10

WITLEY strengthened their grip on second place in Division Two with maximum points at The Bourne, while Grayshott II lost to Hindhead in a low-scoring local derby settled by Alex Bertola’s haul of 7 for 10.

Shots set benchmark

Shots set benchmark

GUISELEY AFC 0, ALDERSHOT TN 4

ALL of Aldershot Town’s fragmented early-season promise finally clicked into place as Richard Brodie’s double strike contributed to an emphatic first victory of the season in Yorkshire last Saturday.