The KING Worthy Primary School Parents and Teachers Association has received a £1,000 grant from the parish council to fund the renovation of the school’s bird skins. Hide will also be open to the public. Anyone with a community project in need of funding should fill out the application form at kingworthy-pc.org.uk/grant/.
TICKETS are on sale for Sparsholt’s coronation at the village shop. The festival begins at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 7 with a drink reception at Memorial Green, before the afternoon with live music, lunch, Sparsholt Bake Off results and the Sparcrufts Dog Show. Cash and card counters will be open from 12:30-7pm as well as tea and coffee counters after lunch.
The event is free to all but lunch tickets must be purchased from the store. Adults cost £10 and children under 12 cost £5. Wine is available for reservation, but guests are asked to bring cutlery and non-fragile crockery. The dress code is regal, red, white and blue.
Itchen Abbas and Avington Village Hall will also host a ‘Coronation Grand Lunch’ on Sunday, May 7 from noon to 3pm. Residents are welcome to come along, bring their own picnic gear, make crowns and enter competitions. The event is free, but those interested in participating should contact IAACoronationparty@gmail.com or call Caroline on 07971268852.
Meanwhile, Easton Village Hall’s street party-style celebrations take place Monday, May 8, from midday to 4:30 p.m. Entertainment includes a scarecrow contest, children’s activities, roast pork or vegetarian and tea and cake lunches with a cash bar. The event is free and visitors can bring their own refreshments if they like. To enter or participate in the scarecrow contest, visit bit.ly/EastonCoronation.
BRITAIN’S Got Talent finalists will perform at Littleton Memorial Hall on Saturday, May 20. The rat-inspired singer who performs under the stage name “Born to Bublé” will raise funds. for the Royal British Legion. Doors open at 7:30pm and tickets cost £19 including a free drink upon arrival. Call 07514708114 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to make a reservation.
The LITTLETON and Harestock Parish Council’s Annual Parish Council takes place at Millennium Memorial Hall on Monday, May 15 at 7 p.m. ET.
The evening will include a review of the council’s work, financial reports from the secretary and reports from the Winchester city and Hampshire county councilmembers as well as an open forum for residents to share their thoughts. Surname.
THE Worthys Youth Football Club (YFC) is raising funds with Race Night at Worthys Sports and Social Club on Saturday, April 29
Tickets cost £5 or £10 with food included, with the first race starting at 7pm as well as a raffle. Dining options include chicken sandwiches, cheeseburgers, shredded chicken, hot dogs, or veggie burgers (all served with fries). Payment can be made in cash at the club or before the event. Contact wyouthfc.fund Raising@gmail.com for more information or to make a reservation.