THE NEW manager of the Liphook Millennium Centre says she is enjoying the job.

Gill Snedden was appointed as the manager by Bramshott and Liphook Parish Council.

Gill replaced Karen Feeney in the role at the Ontario Way building.

Gill said: “I’ve been in Liphook quite a while and I saw the vacancy and thought it was just up my street.

“I’m enjoying the job and I love organising events.

“I’ve also now got someone helping me who will work when I’m not here.”

Gill is loving life in Liphook and says that she enjoys working with people, which is one of the main parts of her new job.

Gill said: “I grew up in a village, and although Liphook is a bigger village it has everything you need.

“I love working with people and I am a Scout leader in Farnham. I have been involved with the Scouts in Farnham for more than ten years.”

Gill also has plenty of experience from her time working in pubs, which she believes will help her with her new job.

“I’ve run pubs in the past,” said Gill.

“I’ve run the Red Lion in Milford, the Fox and Pelican in Grayshott and the Princess Royal in Farnham, where we developed a hotel.

“My husband, Brian, is still a chef and I had been working in the trade since I was 18 years old and after 25 years I needed to spend more time with my children.”

There are a number of forthcoming events at the Millennium Centre which Gill is excited about.

“We’ve got the monthly village market coming up on Saturday,” said Gill.

“We’ve got a film and food event in November featuring Dirty Dancing, and we also have a lovely mums to mums sale which is for nought to six-year-olds and mums can sell good as new goods to other mums.

“We also have Liphook University of the Third Age events here.”

Anyone who would like more information about future events at Liphook Millennium Centre should visit the website at: for more details.