For the last countless number of years I have been saying that I must go to Grange Park Opera; and at last I have finally managed it! I had such an amazing time that I had to share my experience with you.
This month marks the return of one of the most anticipated air shows in the country. Farnborough will once again be opening its doors to the general public to experience a two day aviation extravaganza on July 19 and 20. With a real focus on family activities, there will be even more on offer this year to keep you entertained.
Taking place on the 27th September 2014, this is a black tie ball with an Indian twist and set in the stunning Tournerbury Woods Estate. The event is designed to celebrate the end of the summer in style at our ‘event of the year’, whilst also raising funds for local charity The Rainbow Centre.
2014 sees the return of the Hampshire Life Food & Drink awards for the 9th year and it is to be the biggest yet. Taking place at The Elvetham Hotel, Hartley Wintney on Wednesday, November 26, 6:30pm – midnight, the 2014 awards welcome more categories and provide a chance for more people to celebrate the successes with us.
With our prime location on the magnificent harbour front at Lower Swanwick, The Navigator pub, restaurant, private dining rooms and hotel fully embrace the iconic ambience associated with the seafaring traditions of this lovely part of Hampshire.
Ascot’s King George Weekend (Friday 25th to Sunday 27th July) is amongst the UK’s most important Flat meetings and this year’s event will be no exception with an attractive line up both on and off the track.
Following on from the spectacle of Royal Ascot, the summer’s flat racing season continues with the First July Weekend race meeting taking place this Friday 11th and Saturday 12th July at Ascot Racecourse.
In advance of National Countryside Week, run by The Prince’s Countryside Fund, livestock farmer Sarah Mills tells Elizabeth Barnett how a grant from the farming charity has helped save her business for future generations