What's on around Petersfield and East Hampshire today, February 1, 2018
HERE’S your guide to what’s on today, as compiled by the Post series.
CHERITON: The Old Sweet Shop, Hinton Ampner, 11am-3.30pm. Hampshire Artists’ Co-operative members showing contemporary art, ceramics, paintings, drawings, printmaking, sculpture, jewellery and textiles. Usual admission fees apply.
HASLEMERE: Haslemere Educational Museum, High Street, 10am-5pm. Historic Haslemere and Byron Cooper – Tennyson’s country. Entry free with donations.
HAVANT: The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, 56 East Street, 8pm. Harriet. Tickets £18. Contact 023 9247 2700 or visit www.thespring.co.uk
WALKS & TALKS
HARTING: Community Hall, Pease Croft, Tipper Lane, 7.30pm. Rebecca Stephens will talk on Everest and the Seven Summits from the 1920s to the present day. Free to members, non-members’ contribution of £3. For more information contact 01730 825507 or visit www.hartinghall.org/events
PORTSMOUTH: Fratton Community Centre, Clive Road, 7pm. Motor Home Travels Through Spain by Dave McVitie, hosted by Portsmouth Hispanic Society. Entry £2 for non-members. For details visit the website www. spanishportsmouth.org.uk
SHEET: Village Hall, 7.30pm. Joe Williams, Queen Elizabeth Country Park Ranger, on the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, hosted by Sheet Women’s Institute (WI). Guests £2. New members welcome.
Organisers of events also can enter details on this website so that residents and visitors can have the widest choice of entertainments and activities to enjoy in Petersfield, East Hampshire and beyond.