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Seven-year clean sweep for Eastleigh’ StreetScene team

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December 14, 2017

Eastleigh’s StreetScene team is celebrating picking up a prestigious national award – for the seventh year running. The Borough Council’s Street Cleansing Service was again declared Best Overall Performer by the Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) at an awards ceremony in Blackpool. The team first picked up the award in 2011. Further success...
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Eastleigh Film Festival launches new Pop-up series

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December 12, 2017

This season Eastleigh Film Festival (EFF) – Hampshire’s biggest event for cult cinema -, curated by The Point, announces a new-for- 2018 Pop-up Film Fest series, launching in February. Focusing in on cult and classic cinema, the new series will screen different films in Secret Locations throughout the year. Launching on Monday 12 th...
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Eastleigh draw to Bromley in eight goal thriller

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December 10, 2017

It was an eight-goal thriller yesterday as Richard Hill’s Spitfires earned a 4-4 draw at the Silverlake Stadium in front of 1,751 fans with 73 travelling down from Bromley. It was a quiet five minutes as either team failed to test the goalkeepers. Eastleigh’s Chris Zebroski and Bromley’s Louis Dennis started to look dangerous...
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Eastleigh through to Hampshire Senior Cup quarter-finals

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December 6, 2017
Eastleigh through to Hampshire Senior Cup quarter-finals

Richard Hill’s Spitfires had to fight back from behind to book their place in the Hampshire FA Senior Cup quarter-finals. Despite fielding a strong side, the Spitfires were given a 26th-minute jolt when Eder Batista fired in off the post for Sydenhams Premier visitors Bournemouth Poppies. However the difference in leagues soon came in to...
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Council supports Age Concern

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December 5, 2017

Mayor of Eastleigh Cllr Mo Sollitt joined around thirty representatives from Age Concern Eastleigh at the M&S Eastleigh Café for a morning of tea, coffee and festive treats including mince pies. The Age Concern Eastleigh choir was also on hand to delight customers with a selection of Christmas songs to get everyone in the...
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Boy dreams of a trip to Disneyworld this Christmas

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December 4, 2017

This Christmas, 5 year old Timmy’s family, from Eastleigh, are preparing for him to be in and out of hospital once again. It’s going to be another tough time for both him and his sister Maisie. One night Timmy had woken up crying, frightened and in excruciating pain. His parents rushed him to the...
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Eastleigh lose away to Sutton

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December 2, 2017

Sutton climbed to the top of the National League as Richard Hill’s Spitfires lose 2-0 at Gander Green Lane. Tom Bolarinwa gave Sutton the lead in the 13th minute after the Eastleigh defence could not deal with the attack and the forward slotted the ball under goalkeeper Graham Stack. Kieron Cadogan had a good effort...
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Temporary parking given for new leisure centre opening

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November 27, 2017
Temporary parking given for new leisure centre opening

Additional temporary car parking for users of the south’s newest leisure centre, Places Leisure Eastleigh, is being provided when it opens on Tuesday 28 November. The area currently occupied by the contractor Interserve’s compound is being transformed into a visitor car park to coincide with the day of opening. The car park will be...
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Eastleigh draw away to Halifax after two late goals

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November 26, 2017
Eastleigh draw away to Halifax after two late goals

Richard Hill’s Spitfires couldn’t quite finish the job on Saturday as their 3-1 lead turned in to a 3-3 in a match that saw both sides go down to 10 men after having their goalkeepers sent off. Eastleigh took the lead as Sam Matthews’ inswinging corner flew straight into the net and substitute Chris...
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The Point announces Christmas schedule

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November 24, 2017

This Christmas The Point has a packed programme of theatre for families, plus one very special dance production which serves as a wonderful introduction to the arts for children. The most affordable Christmas shows in Hampshire, The Point Youth Theatre star in two adaptations of beloved tales this December. Opening the festive season is...
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Places Leisure Eastleigh prepares to welcome first customers

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November 23, 2017

The wait is almost over for the keenly anticipated opening of the South’s newest leisure centre, Places Leisure Eastleigh, which welcomes its first customers this Tuesday 28 November 2017. Partners in the project joined Councillors and young representatives of the Hampshire Talented Athletes scheme for a preview of the new facility and to celebrate...
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Eastleigh fight back to earn draw at home to Maidenhead

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November 22, 2017

Richard Hill’s Spitfires fought back from 2-0 down with two goals in the final six minutes to draw with 10-man Maidenhead at The Silverlake Stadium. Harold Odametey scored the visitors’ opener before half-time and Harry Pritchard converted from the penalty spot to make it 2-0 after Sam Barratt had been fouled. New signing Bradley...
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Marwell Zoo: A great day out for all

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November 20, 2017
Marwell Zoo: A great day out for all

Marwell Zoo is a fantastic day out for all and the attraction just keeps getting more and more popular. I managed to get some review tickets for the zoo near Winchester and I have to admit I was very impressed. With it being a Sunday also, the day saw plenty of families eager to...
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Frankie Dettori tells his fascinating life at Eastleigh’s Concorde

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November 19, 2017

Legendary jockey Frankie Dettori, took to Eastleigh’s Concorde as he told the packed out crowd life stories with his manager Peter Burrell. The fascinating two-hour show saw Frankie opened up about this life as he told stories that would either make you laugh out loud or simply just make you remain silent while you...
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Eastleigh lose to Barrow at home

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November 19, 2017

Goals either side of the interval helped Barrow end a dismal run of form as Richard Hill’s Spitfires lose again at home. The visitors with just one win in 12 before the match, made their move on the half hour. Not long after Byron Harrison had a spectacular effort saved by Graham Stack, the...
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