Congratulations to Team Odiham for winning a prize for best dressed window competition 2018. It is part of our ethos
The quintessentially bucolic Cricket Green is once again the centre stage for the annual Hartley Wintney Pram Race 2018. Bates Solicitors are delighted to once again sponsor this popular village event.
Congratulations Isobel on the birth of a baby boy.
Bates Solicitors sponsor Lowde Fest 2016, Hampshire’s premier music and beer festival. The line up includes:- The Feeling, Mica Paris, Rick Parfitt Junior, Janet Devlin,
Bates Solicitors will join 30+ exhibitors in the Harlington Centre, Fleet to take part in the first Fleet Business Show. The event is sponsored by Fleet4Business a local networking group with the intention of promoting local business services on a B2B basis.
The Orchestra of St John’s will perform an exquisite juxtaposition of the work of Italian Antonio Vivaldi one of the leading composers and a virtuoso violinist of the Baroque era and Argentinian born Astor Piazzolla a bandoneon virtuoso and master Tango composer.
What is Paint Fleet Pink Week? October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Paint Fleet Pink Week takes place from Saturday 10th – 17th October to raise money for the Frimley Park Hospital Breast Care Appeal www.fphcharity.org/bca.
The Orchestra of St. Johns with its conductor John Lubbock and Jan Schmolck, solo violin, will perform Vivaldi’s and Piazzolla’s Four Seasons at the Victoria Hall, Hartley Wintney As well as performances at the Royal Opera House, Ashmolean Museum Oxford, Snape Maltings Snape and Blackheath Halls Blackheath the Orchestra of St John’s provide more than fifty musical events each year for children with autism and for adults with dementia.
When is a pram not a pram? Answer when it is a Wheelchair, a wheelbarrow or even a scooter. As long as it has at least 3 wheels on 2 axles, or in the case of wheelbarrows 1 wheel and 2 skids, carries a passenger and can be manually propelled the ‘pram’ and team can enter the Hartley Wintney Pram Race 2015
The 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carter was commemorated by a ceremony at the American Bar Association’s Magna Carta Memorial Runneymede attended by the Queen and members of the Royal family including Princess Anne who rededicated the memorial, saying Magna Carta “provides us with one of our most basic doctrines – that no person is above the law”.