Down Your Way: Langney

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WE enjoyed the reopening of Langney Village Hall (formerly Community Centre) last Sunday. The mayor attended to announce the new beginning and a display by the Dog Training Group that uses the hall took place. Tasty barbecue food was on offer with some fun on a bouncy castle too. A karate display and some face-painting were also on offer. There was free micro-chipping and health checks through-out the afternoon.

A HEADS up for you in regards to the next Shinewater Neighbourhood Panel meeting on October 10 at Shinewater Community Centre at 7.30pm.

NOW, do you fancy getting fitter? I’ll take it as a yes so I can inform you of one of the latest crazes to hit the streets of our district. Free local health walks are now taking place and Shinewater starts its own one from Co-op in Milfoil Drive. Jog along from 7pm every Friday evening.

WE ALL like something for free, but for some what’s offered maybe more crucial than some supermarket points with their weekly shopping. Free British sign language DVDs will be available on September, 21, 22 and 28 from Langney Shopping Centre.

BASINGSTOKE Town visit Eastbourne Borough Football Club at Priory Lane on Saturday, kick-off 3pm. The Sports are looking to improve on their position in the Blue Square South Division. Don’t forget to keep your eyes on www.ebfc.co.uk for the latest goings on.

THE children have now returned to school and we are all breathing a sigh of relief! But, if you fancy keeping a sneaky eye on what they’re getting up to at school, see my column for news direct from Causeway and Bishop Bell. If you’re a local school, get in touch via the above contact details and I will be happy to report on your goings on, throughout the new academic year.