Hampshire Life - - December -

Birth­days, an­niver­saries, quizzes and cor­rec­tions and clar­i­fi­ca­tions. Your feed­back is al­ways wel­come.

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and as mum had given birth to me dur­ing his visit, he con­grat­u­lated her on my ar­rival!

My fa­ther was lost on HMS Pene­lope in 1944, and Ad­mi­ral Lit­tle vis­ited us again to of­fer his con­do­lences - I was just six months old.

I have lived in Stub­bing­ton for 40 years, and am my hus­band’s pri­mary carer. My two daugh­ters live lo­cally too - in fact my youngest daugh­ter has a sub­scrip­tion to Hamp­shire Life and passes it on to me.

Yours sin­cerely,

Elaine Martin (nee Richard­son)


Christ­mas is a won­der­ful time to visit the the­atre, whether you’re see­ing a tra­di­tional pan­tomime, or a heart-warm­ing fes­tive play. Spend time off with the fam­ily this hol­i­day catch­ing some of th­ese great shows...

From the same team be­hind last year’s smash hit Peter Pan, the mag­i­cal pan­tomime of Beauty and the Beast at The­atre Royal Winch­ester will break your heart and tickle your funny bone in equal mea­sure. the­atreroy­al­winch­

En­ter the en­tranc­ing happy-ever-af­ter-land of a fairy­tale princess as Cin­derella re­turns to the Kings The­atre this Christ­mas with two ugly sis­ters, one hand­some prince, and her Fairy God­mother.

Deep in the snowy New For­est, Hum­bug the hedge­hog snug­gles down to sleep. Sud­denly her home comes un­der threat and she is forced to leave. Ven­tur­ing out into a win­ter won­der­land for the first time, Hum­bug goes on an ex­cit­ing ad­ven­ture in search of a new home and meets a host of weird and won­der­ful char­ac­ters along the way. This brand new funny and up­lift­ing tale of friend­ship and be­long­ing at NST City will en­ter­tain chil­dren and adults alike. nsthe­

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