This morning at the Fryern Arcade I was surprised to see that we now have a Specsavers in Chandler’s Ford. [Read more…] about Specsavers Opticians and Audiologists – Now in Chandler’s Ford
Update from the police: Thomas Wolfe was has been found safe and well. (3.02pm; (Friday 1st March 2019) [Read more…] about Update: FOUND (Missing: Thomas Wolfe from Chandler’s Ford)
From Hampshire Constabulary:
Eastleigh police are urging residents to follow crime prevention advice after a number of recent garage and shed break-ins in Chandler’s Ford and other surrounding areas. [Read more…] about Hampshire Constabulary: Appeal and Advice after Chandler’s Ford and Eastleigh Burglaries
This post is written by Noreena Liu:
I am a PhD student at University of Southampton. Currently, I am researching ways to support dementia carers (people who have a relative affected by dementia). I have created a mock up game. The game shows different messages about dementia and gives advice for dementia family.
Now, I am looking for participants who have any relative with dementia. Participants will be asked to play this game or watch a video for 5 minutes and complete the respective questionnaire. It will take about 10 minute in total.
I will be extremely grateful If you could take part in this research by filling in the questionnaire. [Read more…] about Research: Supporting Dementia Carers. Need your Help.
Are you aware that the parking restrictions at the Fryern Arcade have been lifted? Since the 22nd of June this year, there are no further parking restrictions at the Fryern Arcade.
There are no longer operating cameras on site.
This means that you can now park at the Fryern Arcade car park for more than 3 hours. [Read more…] about No More Parking Restrictions at Fryern Arcade
Update: 11.20pm 6th June 2018: Celia Fullbrook has been found safe [Read more…] about Hampshire Constabulary: Appeal to Find Missing Pensioner Celia Fullbrook from Chandler’s Ford
Update: 3rd Feb 2018
Due to our good reputation over nearly 5 years, Chandler’s Ford Today community website receives a lot of emails from readers each week (such as missing cats and where to find a butcher).
Today we decide to start an Advice Column on Chandler’s Ford Today. There must be some Agony aunts and Agony uncles out there (i.e. YOU). [Read more…] about Ask Chandler’s Ford Today: We’re Relocating to Chandler’s Ford…
Officers investigating the theft of thousands of pounds worth of jewellery from a Chandler’s Ford home have released an e-fit image.
Gold jewellery worth around £15,000 was reported stolen from a house in Castle Lane on Sunday, 10 September 2017. [Read more…] about E-fit Image Released after Thousands of Pounds Worth of Jewellery Stolen in Chandler’s Ford
Hampshire Constabulary have released an e-fit of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a burglary in Chandler’s Ford on Friday 23 June, 2017.
Entry was forced at the rear of a property in Shaftesbury Avenue between 8.30am and 4pm. Cash, jewellery, a camera and a tablet were taken.
AGINCOURT MEDIEVAL WEEKEND: JULY 15TH AND 16TH 2017
Why am I interested in history? I suppose it is because I love stories of all kinds and history in many ways is the ultimate tale.
When all is said and done, history reveals, only too clearly at times, who we are, where we came from, what horrible mistakes we’ve made in the past (and sometimes what things we did right!). [Read more…] about Medieval Weekend – 15th and 16th July 2017
(Editor’s note: The Witness Appeal is issued by Hampshire Constabulary. However Chandler’s Ford Today believes the Hampshire Constabulary possibly meant ‘Hursley Road in Chandler’s Ford’, not ‘Hursley Road in Hursley’. Please read on despite this confusion.)
Officers are appealing for information following a burglary on Hursley Road.
The incident happened at around 5.35pm on Saturday, 10 June when the elderly residents were upstairs watching TV at their home on Hurlsey Road. [Read more…] about Hampshire Constabulary: Witness Appeal: Burglary on Hursley Road
Last night many of you in many parts of Chandler’s Ford heard a police helicopter circling round for quite some time.
I think the answer is in this tweet, by National Police Air Service (NPAS).
“Assist with search for a vulnerable missing person.” [Read more…] about Answer: Why the Helicopter Circling Round in Chandler’s Ford Last Night
A cyber launch is basically a Facebook online party celebrating the publication of your book and promoting it. There are usually quizzes with prizes, giveaways, special offers and so on. The only requirement is to be logged on to Facebook at the time of the event. [Read more…] about What is a Cyber Launch? by Allison Symes
Once in a while, I get some strange questions from readers. (Yes, I love your questions.)
Today I’m sharing three of these questions here, and hope some of you could help.
About former Red Lodge nurseries
We have released an efit image of a man we would like to speak to in connection with an indecent exposure in Chandler’s Ford on Thursday, February 23.
[Read more…] about Hampshire Constabulary: Efit Released after Indecent Exposure in Chandler’s Ford
In October 2015, I wrote this article 1 hour? 3 hours? Parking Rules at Co-operative Food and Fryern Arcade in Chandler’s Ford.
Today I’m going to talk about parking in Hiltingbury.
We visited the bakery in Hiltingbury on Hiltingbury Road two days ago and saw these signs: [Read more…] about Parking in Hiltingbury
Because of my passion for history I’m a sucker for old books and some years ago I was delighted to find ‘Highways & Byways in Hampshire’ by D. H. Moutray Read, first published in 1908. My copy, soft brown leather with a gold embossed title, is an updated version published in 1923. [Read more…] about Old Chandler’s Ford and Victorian Dentistry
This is a free service to residents of Chandler’s Ford and the surrounding areas.
Do you know anyone who needs help getting their library books/audio books?
The Home Library Service is for people who find it difficult to get to their nearest library due to ill health, disability or caring responsibilities. [Read more…] about Hampshire Home Library Service
As you know by now, I love train travel but I’m pleased to say I am easily outdone (in terms of distance and time taken to complete the journey) by two local authors who are bringing out a new book shortly.
The furthest I’ve been in a day from Chandler’s Ford Station is York (to date anyway!) but the new book, written by Martin Kyrle and Michael Roberts, is called Jottings from the Trans-Siberian Railway. Now there is considerable commitment to long distance train travel! [Read more…] about Book Launch News: Martin Kyrle and Michael Roberts