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YATELEY

TOWN GUIDE 2010-12

WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF YATELEY TOWN COUNCIL

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• Concerts, Theatres, Shows • Day Tours, Mini Breaks • Group Arrangements • Corporate Events

Tel: (01252) 877103 Travallen Travel, 9 Aylesham Way, Yateley, Hants GU46 6NR E-mail: events@travallen.co.uk Web: www.travallen.co.uk

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...Representing the people of Yateley...

yateley-tc.gov.uk Council Offices, Reading Road, Yateley, Hampshire GU46 7RP Tel: 01252 872198 Email: office@yateley-tc.gov.uk


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WELCOME TO YATELEY

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t’s a great privilege to have the opportunity to be Mayor for Yateley. My wife and I moved to Yateley 22 years ago and quickly felt at home. We are fortunate to live close to some great countryside and are in easy reach of good facilities. What makes Yateley special is that despite being quite large – with approximately 20,000 residents, there is still a village community feel. We have great schools, vibrant churches and a very wide range of active community groups catering for all ages. In Yateley there are three levels of local government. Hampshire County Council is responsible for our schools, youth service, social services, highways and some of our green spaces. They also are involved with the oversight of our police & fire service. Hart

CONTENTS Mayor’s welcome..........................5 Overview of the town...................7 History.......................................7-8 Youth............................................8 Shopping.......................................8

District Council is responsible for planning, environmental health, waste management, community safety, leisure and some of our playgrounds. Yateley Town Council is your local council with offices opposite the Tythings. We are responsible for supporting local groups and events, our main play areas, community halls and facilities, our sports fields and Heathlands Cemetery. Details of all Yateley’s councillors are provided in this guide. One of the roles of mayor is to chair the Town Council meetings and I hope during the year to try some new ways of communicating the work of the council. We will be looking to hold the council meetings at different venues around the Town and I have introduced a “Mayor’s Blog” providing information about what

Yateley Hall...................................9 Yateley Common.........................10 Blackbushe Airport......................11 Yateley Industries........................11 Sports & recreation.....................15 Yateley Lakes..............................15

is going on in a new way. During the coming year I am looking forward to meeting as many people as possible and supporting, in whatever way I can, our schools and community groups. I am also hoping during the year to raise money for two charities, one in Yateley and one further afield. If I can support a Yateley group or an event during the year or you would like further information about the work of the Town Council please contact me on 01252 674379 or email stuart.bailey@ yateley-tc.gov.uk Cllr Stuart Bailey, Mayor, Yateley Town Council

Contacts: local services..........19-21 Contacts: clubs & societies.....21-24 List of streets.........................26-27 Map of Yateley area....................27 Map A: Yateley.......................28-29 Map B: Frogmore...................30-31

Cover pictures: Yateley Green (top); Blackbushes Airport; Yateley Common. (Photographs: aeropsortphotography.com ) The Yateley Town Guide has been produced on behalf of Yateley Town Council by Heritage Guides ©2010. We are grateful to Dr Richard Johnson of the Yateley Society for providing much of the historical information contained in this guide, to Cllr Don Benham for his encouragement and help in bringing this guide to publication, and to Mike Pearson of Aerosport who provided a number of the photographs.

This publication is copyright and may not be used reproduced, copied or transmitted in any form in part or in whole without the prior permission of the publishers. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that all the information contained in this publication is correct at the time of going to print, neither Heritage Guides nor Yateley Town Council can accept any responsibility for unintentional errors or omissions.

Yateley Town Council, Council Offices, Reading Road, Yateley, Hampshire GU46 7RP T: 01252 872198 F: 01252 860149 E: office@yateley-tc.gov.uk W: www.yateley-tc.gov.uk Heritage Guides, 7 Romilly Road, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan CF62 6AZ T: 01446 405298 F: 01446 461792 E: info@heritage-guides.com W: www.heritage-guides.com


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OVERVIEW & HISTORY

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TOWN WITH A GREEN HEART

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he parish of Yateley is in the district of Hart in the north east of the county of Hampshire. Immediately to the north is the county of Berkshire. The parish includes Yateley itself and the areas of Darby Green, Frogmore and part of Blackwater, as well as the greater part of Blackbushe Airport. It has a population of around 20,000. The townscape consists of a mixture of old and new developments and during the last 30 years has expanded dramatically, although it has managed to retain much of its former rural character. In fact, although a town in name - it acquired its town council in January 1975 - it still has the feel of a large village. Or rather a number of villages - there are at least three village greens. Yateley Green and Frogmore Green are, respectively, the centre of their parts of the community with recreation facilities to match. Church End Green, located between the two, is a more

Church End Green, Yateley’s historic centre

photograph: www.aerosportphotography.com

traditional centre with the historic church of St Peter’s nearby. There are is a number of substantial, architecturally significant houses in the town, mostly hidden from view behind trees and hedges. Yateley retains its common,

with its internationally important heathland. It sits in the valley of the Blackwater river which at this point is riddled with lakes formed from gravel extraction some of which now constitute important fisheries.

VILLAGE THAT CAME TO TOWN

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ateley had a stone church in Saxon times, and became one of the largest settlements in North-east Hampshire in the Middle Ages. The parish then included the huge but sparsely populated areas of Hawley and Cove. It was part of the Manor and Hundred of Crondall, which provided financial support for the monks of the Old Monastery at Winchester. At the Reformation, the Manor was given to the Dean and Chapter of Winchester Cathedral, and, apart for a short period during the Civil War, remained in the hands of the church until the manorial system ended in the twentieth century.

During the Middle Ages, Yateley’s settlement pattern, with its clear distinction between the cultivated land and the uncultivated heathland common land, reached its present form. Smaller houses were concentrated round the three Greens that are now Conservation Areas, with larger farmhouses scattered across the parish. Yateley people held their farmland from the lord of the manor, and could exercise various common rights and graze animals on the common. Some Yateley people still have these rights today. By the seventeenth century Hall Place, Frogmore Park, Hilfield,

Yateley Lodge, Yateley Hall, and Monteagle House were residences suitable for gentlemen. Hall Place (now Yateley Manor school) was home to Sir Richard Ryves, an early Director of the East India Company. Such men, who were often lawyers or had business interests in the East India Company, commuted to London using the Exeter Road (now the A30), which crosses Yateley Common. At 34 miles, the journey to London was half a day’s horse ride - conveniently close, but far enough away to avoid the recurrent plague, which killed about a third of Yateley people in 1349. Travel could be 


SHOPPING & YOUTH

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HOME FOR YOUTH

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ateley is very much a town of the young: the amount of under-16s and under-18s living in the town is around three percentage points higher than the national average. In an innovative move, Yateley Town Council has created the new post of Youth Development Officer, jointly funded by the Town Council and Hampshire County Council, provisionally for a year. Sarah Franklin (pictured) was appointed to the post in 2010. Sarah is carrying out an audit of current youth provision and will, in consultation with young people, develop a youth strategy which she will present to the Town Council. This will guide the Town Council in its decisions on how to support and develop youth work in the future.

Sarah would like to hear from anyone who has any interest in or requires information about youth provision in the town. You can contact her by email: sarah. franklin@yateley-tc.gov.uk

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ateley is a town of parades: little groups of shops, almost all strung out along the main through-road from Reading to the A30. Each parade has its own parking. The impression is of a series of villages that, when put together, offer a surprisingly wide variety of services. Here are all the facilities of a busy town with the calm and spaciousness of a village.

VILLAGE THAT CAME TO TOWN  dangerous. Bagshot Heath became notorious for highwaymen. At one period, travellers from the west country passed through Yateley village and on into Sandhurst to take a safer more, northerly route to London. Below these wealthy families with their London connections were people whose business interests were more local, such as the farmers and tradesmen like malsters and brewers, who intermarried to strengthen their business ties. By this time Yateley land was used for fattening cattle and growing barley for making beer. The poorer people were generally agricultural labourers, or were servants at the houses of the better off. At the bottom of the social scale were the travellers, who squatted in tents on Yateley Common.

photog raph: www.a erosport photo

Yateley continued in much the same state until the nineteenth century, when it began to change more rapidly. The Royal Military College came to Sandhurst in 1812. The College staff and retired army officers began to settle in Yateley, starting off its “suburbanisation”. In the nineteenth century new development was mainly in Frogmore and Darby Green, nearest to Camberley and to Blackwater railway station. Development spread westwards across Yateley in the period up to the Second World War with large houses on spacious plots for upper middle class incomers, many of whom had entries in ‘Who’s Who’, the local people providing them with services they needed. This development was scattered, with pleasant open fields between the houses. Yateley was a

place for people in comfortable circumstances. War left a legacy of derelict land that invited redevelopment. The new sewerage system now had surplus capacity, making Yateley an obvious place to build houses. Yateley lay just beyond the London Green Belt - development pressure was intense. Yateley was changing fast, and its middle class residents saw what was happening and many sold their houses for development. During the 1960s and 1970s Yateley expanded faster than most designated ‘New Towns’ such as Bracknell. Unlike the New Towns, Yateley expanded without proper planning or infrastructure. Only when the available land became exhausted, did the rate of development slow down. Now only a few fields remain to Yateley, and even these lie under continual threat of development.


YATELEY HALL

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YATELEY’S SECRET TREASURE

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ateley’s finest house, Yateley Hall, is located, appropriately enough, on Hall Lane, but the casual passer-by could be forgiven for missing it. Like many of the town’s fine houses, it is hidden by trees. If you were to turn off Firgrove Road on the road called Calcott Park, however, the house’s full glory reveals itself. The house appears from the exterior to date substantially from the 17th-18th centuries with a good deal of 19th century remodelling. Evidence of a moat, however, which once surrounded the whole house, points back to at least the 14th century. Moats in the Middle Ages were usually built by relatively wealthy individuals chiefly as a means of protecting their stock at night. The moat here formed a 30 square metre plot which contained a farmhouse and adjacent land. Yateley Hall western façade and (inset) the back of the house designed by Norman Shaw.

The medieval timber-framed house is still hidden within the walls of the existing building which began to take shape in the 17th century. The new brick house built here would still have been surrounded by a moat which also encompassed small formal gardens. The house was occupied by a succession of wealthy London lawyers in the 18th century who extended the main building and created new outbuildings. The moat was at this time mostly filled in, leaving the part to the east of the house to be fashioned into a mock canal whilst the front of the house was given an expansive parkland prospect. What had been known as “The Calcotts” was renamed “Yateley House”. In the 19th century it acquired the even grander title of “Yateley Hall”. The renowned architect Norman Shaw was engaged to

make a number of alterations and there are features both inside and outside in his Queen Anne revival style. Of his work at the back of the house overlooking the canal, the local historian Dr Richard Johnson has written that it is “a beautiful piece of architecture in its own right, the fine red brickwork rising out of the canal in a manner reminiscent of 17th century Dutch townscape painting”. The house continued to be occupied by wealthy individuals until the Second World War when the last occupant, Miss de Winton Corry, died. From the end of the Second World War to the 1980s, the house was used as a convent school. It was then acquired by a developer and turned tastefully into offices. The building is listed Grade II*, with the Palladian stable block separately listed Grade II.


COMMON

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THE GLORY OF THE COMMON Yateley Common. Inset: the Dartford Warbler

photograph: www.aerosportphotography.com

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wned and Managed by Hampshire County Council, Yateley Common Country Park is made up of 476 acres of varied grasslands, ponds, woodlands and, most importantly, heathland. Yateley Common is protected by its status as part of the Thames Basin Heaths Special Protection Area (SPA), and as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) designated for its unique range of specialised heathland wildlife. Heathlands may look wild and untouched but have been created and or maintained at least in part by man’s activities, such as grazing. If left unmanaged they would become entirely wooded with the loss of the important heathland habitat and associated species. There are many misconceptions about common land: one is that it has always been owned by the people; in reality, it belonged to landlords, but was often left unused due to its poor quality soils. ‘Commoner rights’ were given to tenants living around the common and some local households retain

such rights to this day. Until the Countryside and Rights of Way Act (CRoW), most commons were not actually open to access by the public. Access is now granted to all commons under this act, but with this right of access come restrictions. To help conserve ground nesting birds one such restriction is that walkers are asked to keep dogs on leads during the bird breeding season, 1st March – 31st July. This restriction does not apply, however, to bridleways. In order to conserve the birds please ensure your dogs stick to the bridleways between these dates. This is because the low-lying, warm and dry environment on Yateley Common, characterised by heathers, gorse and scattered trees, provides an ideal habitat for a variety of wildlife including three rare and threatened birds: the Dartford Warbler, Woodlark and Nightjar, all of which are on the European list of endangered species. These species nest on or near the ground and are therefore

susceptible to disturbance. Horseriders and groups of walkers can also help conserve these rare birds by sticking to main tracks and bridleways. Adders, lizards, grass-snakes, slow worms and a variety of insects are also to be found, including a variety of dragonflies, damselflies and butterflies. Other bird species found on the common include Stonechats, Tree Pipits, Hobby and Kestrel. Red Kites are now also making the odd appearance in the sky. The common offers a range of recreational activities, including: angling in Wyndham’s Pool, cycling and horse riding on the large network of bridleways, dog walking or just enjoying the heathland landscape. A variety of events and guided walks are provided throughout the year. Information about the common can be found on the country park website at: www.hants.gov.uk/countryside/yateley


BLACKBUSHE & YATELEY INDUSTRIES

TIME FOR TAKE-OFF photograph: www.aerosportphotography.com

Blackbushe Airport

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n 1941, plans were drawn up for a military airfield to be constructed at Hartford Bridge Flats to the south west of Yateley. The site was an almost perfectly flat part of Yateley Common and on relatively high ground as well as having good main line rail connections and the nearby A30 trunkroad. It was officially opened in November 1942. Squadrons flying Tomahawks, Venturas, Mustangs and Spitfires were located here. The A30 had to be closed from dusk to dawn as a security measure,

and was also closed whenever the north-south runway was in use. It was designated a Bomber Command diversion airfield and received many damaged aircraft and weather diversions throughout the war period. A fog dispersal system called FIDO was installed to help aircraft in poor weather conditions. It consisted of a piped burner system each side of the main runway down which petrol was pumped. When ignited, the flames heated the fog sufficiently to disperse it. Few other wartime airfields had such a system.

AN INDUSTRY TO BE PROUD OF

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t sounds like the plot for a novel - but it’s true, and it explains the presence in Yateley of an extraordinary institution. In 1924 an orthopaedic nurse from Yateley called Jessie Brown received the honour of being called to Nepal to nurse the daughter of a Maharajah. Jessie continued to maintain contact with Princess Nani over the next 10 years until the youngster died. Following this, Jessie returned to Yateley to nurse her ageing mother. But an idea had been planted in her mind. She had observed hand block printing in India and, with the help of a friend, Grace Finch, she established a workshop in the

grounds of her house in Yateley to provide work in the craft for disabled girls. The workshop and hostel for eight girls opened in 1937. It had to be closed during the war, but was opened again in 1948. A new workshop was built in 1952 and a complex of bungalows for the residents in 1956. Yateley Industries was now firmly established as as one of the preciously few sheltered workshops in the country. Men began to work there from the 1980s. Jessie Brown was awarded the MBE in 1952 for her foresight and dedication in founding Yateley Industries. The institution continues to thrive and is firmly embedded

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It was active during and following “D” Day in 1944. The name was changed from RAF Hartfordbridge to RAF Blackbushe that year (since there was a Hartford Bridge in Norfolk and mail was going astray). After the war, the airfield was briefly closed and then reopened to become one of the busiest charter airfields in the country at the time. It closed again in 1960 when a US Navy detachment, which had operated there, left and independent airlines moved to the newly constructed Gatwick. Later it became home to a collection of restored military aircraft. British Car Auctions bought it in 1985 both for holding auctions and operating their own fleet of company aircraft and helicopters. It is now owned by Blackbushe Airport Limited and accommodates two flying training schools and private aircraft as well as continuing to host British Car Auctions and the Blackbushe Sunday Market. in the industrial landscape by working in partnership with other companies to produce finished packaging. Its wide range of activities includes assembling car components, organising mail-outs and producing printed T shirts and housewares from its screen printing department. There are 32 residents on site supported by a number of volunteers. The public face of the operation is Jessie’s Café Bar and Gift Shop on the workshop site on Mill Lane.


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FROGMORE

COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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Headteacher: Sarah Howells

Choice, Challenge, Achievement ‘Frogmore Community College is a good school that provides its students with an outstanding level of care, guidance and support.’ - Ofsted 2010 Superb examination results ‘…. a calm and inclusive community’ - Ofsted Excellent quality of teaching and learning ‘Strong partnerships with parents’ - Ofsted Ambitious for all High standards in ALL we do

Potley Hill Road, Yateley, Hants, GU46 6AG Tel: 01252 408444 E-mail : headteacher@frogmorecollege.hants.sch.uk Website page: http://www.frogmorecollege.hants.sch.uk


SPORTS & RECREATION

SPORTING CHANCES

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lthough technically a town, Yateley has the general appearance of a large village. Fortunately, it enjoys the advantages that both descriptions would suggest when it comes to opportunities for sport and recreation. In fact the town boasts no less than two substantial sports centres. Frogmore Leisure Centre on Potley Hill Road offers a wide range of indoor and outdoor facilities, including a 90 station gym, two dance studios (hosting ballet, jazz and over 60 fitness classes a week), a sports hall for badminton, trampolining and gymnastics, two squash courts, a sauna, sun beds and spray tan booth, an air-conditioned function room, treatment room, and floodlit artificial turf pitch. The other centre is located at the Yateley School complex on school lane. Marketed under the ‘Yateleys’ banner, the facilities include a 20m swimming pool available to the public outside of school hours and to certain groups at various times of the day, a sports hall, dance studio and gym. Over at the Town Council complex on Yateley Green there are

2 all-weather tennis courts with flood-lighting and, next door, the bowling green. Cricket is played at Yateley Cricket Club’s ground in Sean Devereux Park on Chandlers Lane. Sharing the Yateley Cricket Club’s facilities is the very active hockey club. Also in the vicinity of Sean Devereux Park is the Blackwater Valley Golf Club, a 9 hole, 2,245 yard par 34 course which was awarded the highly acclaimed “Cooper-Heyman Cup” for landscape design. There are Football pitches at Yateley Green, Darby Green Playing Fields and Sean Devereux Park. The Yateley Lakes, left over from quarrying, constitute one of the most famous fisheries in the country with catches of carp, catfish, bream, trench and eels. The River Blackwater and Wyndham’s Pool in Yateley Common Country Park are also fished. For the younger members of the community, Yateley has three main playgrounds situated around the town that are well maintained, safe and fun for children aged below 8. They all have safety surfaces fitted and are enclosed by fences which exclude dogs.

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THERE’S FISH IN THEM THERE LAKES

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ateley Lakes is one of the most famous fisheries in the country. Lying along the Blackwater River, this maze of lakes, owned by a variety of organisations including Cemex Angling, was left over from gravel extraction. Fish stocks include carp, catfish, bream, tench, crucian carp and eels. In the Blackwater River itself there are catches of chub, barbel, carp, roach, perch, dace and trout. The Blackwater Valley as a whole, lying along the borders of Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey, is maintained as an open space from the river source, near Aldershot in the south, northwards to Swallowfield and the confluence with the rivers Whitewater and Loddon. The 23-mile long Blackwater Valley Path runs along most of the valley passing through woodland and flower rich meadows. There are efforts to complete the riverside route which currently has to pass through the centre of Sandhurst.


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School Lane, Yateley, Hampshire GU46 6NN

T: 01252 873603

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Headteacher: Mrs. Denise Powell

Experience the joy of learning We aim: to create a warm, happy and caring environment; to challenge and encourage our children to achieve their best. You are warmly invited to visit our school.

Why parents choose us…

l Outstanding progress in all children’s learning l Excellent teaching l Exciting curriculum l Wide range of extra curricular activities Frogmore Infant School, Green Lane Frogmore Tel: 01252 872601 www.frogmore-inf.hants.sch.uk

“Creating learners for life”

We are committed to creating opportunities for individuals to develop their potential and equip themselves for future challenges. “Confidence to achieve in a caring environment”

School Lane, Yateley, Hampshire GU46 6NN Tel: 01252 408218 www.westfields-jun.hants.sch.uk

To arrange a visit to our school please phone

01252 873054 Frogmore Junior School Green Lane, Frogmore Camberley GU17 ONY


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A new Church of England Primary School in the heart of Yateley • A new school for the community with average class sizes of 20 pupils. • Good standards of teaching. • Exciting new curriculum. • 8000+ book library & excellent ICT facilities. • Good provision for able children and pupils with special educational needs. • Wide sporting and musical programme. For more information call 01252 870536 or visit www.cranfordpark.hants.sch.uk

Potley Hill Community Preschool has moved to a fantastic new setting on the Frogmore Campus

• ICT zone with PCs and interactive whiteboard • Secure garden and our own allotment • Brand new “little ones” library and role play areas • Childcare vouchers accepted • New food technology area • Excellent Ofsted report Potley Hill Road, Yateley, Hants, GU46 6AG Tel 01252 869944 email: potleyhill.preschool@yahoo.com www.potleyhill-preschool.hampshire.org.uk

Potley Hill Primary School Potley Hill Road, Yateley, Hampshire, GU46 6AG

Proud to be in the top 10% of Hampshire schools!

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24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE

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Excellent recent Ofsted report Consistently high SATs results Wide variety of extra-curricular school clubs Extensive computer facilities and interactive whiteboards Brand new food technology room Exciting, ongoing grounds development Nearby preschool and before/after school Kids Club Substantial, safe, onsite parking

Visit us and see for yourself!

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CONTACTS (telephone dialling code is 01252 unless otherwise stated)

LOCAL SERVICES LOCAL GOVERNMENT Yateley Town Council Responsibilities include most parks (but not Yateley Common Country Park), public gardens, playgrounds, the cemetery, community halls; represents residents and makes planning recommendations to Hart District Council. There are 4 town councillors each in Yateley North Ward, Yateley West Ward & Yateley East Ward, 5 in Frogmore & Darby Green. Address: Yateley Town Council, Yateley Green, Reading Road, Yateley, Hampshire GU46 7RP. Open: Mon-Fri 9am-4.30pm. Tel: 01252 872198; Fax: 01252 860149. Website: www.yateley-tc.gov.uk E-mail: office@yateley-tc.gov.uk Hart District Council Responsibilities include building regulations, environmental health, housing, leisure, local planning, minor roads, tourism, recycling and waste collection. There are two district councillors each in Yateley North Ward, Yateley West Ward & Yateley East Wards and Frogmore & Darby Green Ward. Address: Hart District Council Civic Offices, Harlington Way, Fleet, GU51 4AE. Tel: 01252 622122 Fax: 01252 626886. Website: www.hart.gov.uk E-mail: enquiries@hart.gov.uk Hampshire County Council Responsibilities include economic development, education, fire & rescue, libraries, main roads, social services, trading standards, youth development. Countryside Service runs Yateley Common Country Park. There is one county councillor each in Hartley Wintney, Eversley & Yateley West Division, and Yateley East, Blackwater & Ancells Division. Address: Hampshire County Council, The Castle, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 8ZB. Open Mon-Thu 8.30am-5.15pm; Fri 8.30am-4.45pm. Tel: 0845 603 5638 (general enquiries). Website: www.hants.gov.uk E-mail: info.centres@hants.gov.uk

Members of Parliament North East Hants Constituency (includes Yateley) - James Arbuthnot (Con) 01256 471242. Aldershot Constituency (includes Frogmore & Darby Green) - Gerald Howarth (Con) 020 7219 5650.

EMERGENCIES

• Fire, police, ambulance 999 (emergencies only). • Childline: 0800 1111. • NSPCC Child Protection Helpline: 0800 800 5000. • Samaritans: 0845 790 9090. Utilities (Emergencies) • Electricity (Southern Electric) 0845 770 8090. • Gas; 0800 111 999. • South East Water: 0845 602 1724. Southern Water 0845 272 0846. Floodline 0845 988 1118.

19 GPs • Yateley Medical Centre, Oaklands. 872333. www.ymcentre.info • Monteagle Surgery, Tesimond Drive. 878992. www.monteaglesurgery.org.uk • Hartley Corner Surgery, 51 Frogmore Road, Frogmore 872791. www.hartleycornersurgery.ndo.co.uk Dentists • Van Zyl Dental Facial & Wellbeing, Handford Lane 890700. www.van-zyl.co.uk • Link Dental Surgery, 11 Aylesham Way 872497. • 20 Bell Lane, Frogmore 861027. • Easby Dental Surgery, Firgrove Rd 873074. Smoking Cessation Advisor Contact 333043. Hospitals • Fleet Community Hospital, Church Rd, Fleet. Contact 01483 782000. • Frimley Park Hospital (A&E), Portsmouth Rd, Frimley, Camberley. Contact 01276 604604.

GENERAL SERVICES

CIVIC BODIES

Police Hampshire Constabulary - Police Station, Royal Oak Close. Open: Mon-Thu 9am1pm, 2pm-5pm, Fri 9am-1pm, 2pm4.30pm, closed weekends and Bank Holidays. For non-emergencies call 101 (not available for certain users) or 0845 045 4545. www.hampshirepolice.co.uk

COMMUNITY LIAISON BODIES

Courts • Magistrates: Aldershot Magistrates Court, Civic Centre, Aldershot. Contact 366000. • County: Aldershot & Farnham County Court, 78-82 Victoria Rd, Aldershot. Contact 796800.

Dog Warden Hart District Council 774420. Register Office 30 Grosvenor Rd, Aldershot. For registering of births, deaths, marriages, civil partnerships, and citizenship. Contact 322066 (Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 9.30am-4pm). Emergency out-of-hours service: 07793 579056.

HEALTH

NHS Direct For information and advice at any time 0845 4647. www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk

Yateley Society Has an interest in both local and natural history. Also undertakes the planning roles of a Civic Trust. Meetings held 3rd Thu 8pm at The Tythings, Reading Rd, all welcome. Contact Jo Hill 640909. Conservation Working Party usually meets last Sun 10am-1pm at Wyndham’s Pool, Yateley Common (off Cricket Hill). Contact Mike Mann 877741. www.hants.org.uk/yateley

Yateley Neighbourhood Watch Growing number of streets joining the scheme. Public meetings 7.309.30pm last Thu in Jan, May & Sep at The Tythings. Contact Wally Seymour 861934. Blackbushe Airport Consultative Committee Made up of representatives of users, local authorities and other organisations in the locality of the airport and those potentially affected by it. Meets twice a year on 1st Wed of Mar & Oct, 7.30pm at The Tythings, Reading Rd. Contact 879440.


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COMMUNITY AMENITIES

Sports & Recreation • Frogmore Leisure Centre, Potley Hill Road. Open: Mon-Fri 7.30am-11pm, Sat 7.30am-6pm, Sun 7.30am-8pm. Contact 873454. www.hart.gov.uk/leisure • Yateleys Sport & Leisure, School Lane. Includes 20m pool. Open Sat 11am-1pm & 10am-12noon on weekdays in summer holidays, contact 876552. Gym open throughout week, contact 746962. www.yateleys.com • Yateley Green Tennis Courts Available for hire at Town Council Offices. Contact 872198. • Blackwater Valley Path: 23 mile walk from Aldershot to Swallowfield through woodland and flower rich medows. Contact Blackwater Valley Countryside Service 331353. www.blackwater-valley.org.uk • Yateley Common Country Park: 476 acres of woodland, heathland & ponds. Owned and managed by Hampshire County Council Countryside Service. Contact (Ranger) 870425. Community Centres Town Council facilities (contact 872198): • The Tythings, Yateley Green. • The Youth Suite, Yateley Green. • Darby Green Centre. • Monteagle Community Hall. Other Halls for Hire • Yateley Village Hall, Yateley Green. Contact 870707 • Yateley Centre, School Lane. Contact 876552. • Frogmore & Darby Green Social Hall, Frogmore Green. Contact 877553. • Monteagle Scout Hut, Monteagle Lane. Contact 501060. • St Swithun’s Parish Centre, Firgrove Rd. Contact 682789. • Frogmore Community College, Potley Hill Rd. Contact 408444. Fishing • Wyndham’s Pool, Yateley Common: large carp and other coarse fish such as perch, roach, tench and pike. Day permits available from the Newsletter, the Parade, Reading Rd. • Yateley Green Pond: for under-18s only. • Yateley Lakes: Carp, catfish trench, bream and eels. Permits from Yateley Angling Centre 861955.

Heathlands Cemetery Off Stevens Hill. Contact Yateley Town Council 872198.

INFORMATION

Library School Lane. Open: Mon & Fri 10am5pm, Tue & Thu 10am-7pm, Sat 10am1pm (closed Wed & Sun). Contact 0845 603 5631. Citizens’ Advice Bureau Royal Oak Close. Open: Mon, Wed-Fri 9.30am-3.30pm; Tue 9.30am-1pm (mornings drop-in, appointments in the afternoon). Contact 878410. Jobcentre Plus 185-187 London Rd, Camberley. Contact 01276 893939.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

For national and local public transport information contact Traveline 0871 200 2233. www.traveline.org.uk For Hampshire public transport maps and guides contact 01962 846992, email ptgenquiries@hants.gov.uk, or go to: www3.hants.gov.uk/transport Rail the nearest stations are Sandhurst and Blackwater with trains to Guildford and Reading for mainline connections. Contact: 0845 748 4950. Buses • No 3: every 15 mins (peak times) between Aldershot, Frimley Park Hospital, Camberley & Yateley. www.stagecoachbus.com/south • No 71: hourly between Farnham, Quetta, Park, Fleet & Yateley. Contact Fleet Buzz 851009. www.fleetbuzz.co.uk • No 82: hourly between Farnborough, Yateley, Swallowfield & Reading. Contact Fleet Buzz 851009. www.fleetbuzz.co.uk. • No 10: 4 services a day to Basingstoke. • The Hart Shopper: a minibus service travelling to Camberley/The Meadows on alternate Fridays. Passengers are picked up at their home address. For further information about eligibility and how to register contact 0845 602 4135. • YELA buses: community buses available for hire by local groups, clubs and charities. Part time helpers and drivers are also urgently needed. For more information call Tracey Crane

(Operations Manager) 07719 799263.

BUSINESS

Hampshire Chamber of Commerce Holds networking lunches & breakfasts. Contact 811470 or see website for details: www.nhcci.co.uk Businesslink Access to information, advice and support. Contact 0845 600 9006. www.businesslink.gov.uk

REGULAR EVENTS

Country Market Held 1st, 3rd & 5th Fri 10-11.30am Monteagle Centre, Monteagle Lane & 2nd Fri 10-11am at WI Hall, Reading Rd. Contact Jenny Woods 0118 973 2199 or Head Office 01246 261508. www.country-markets.co.uk/hampshire Blackbushe Airport Sunday Market & Car Boot Sale Sun 8am-2pm. Contact 878074. www.blackbushe-market.co.uk Yateley May Fayre Stalls, displays, etc. Money raised for charity. Takes place May Bank Holiday on Yateley Green. Contact Yateley Lions 0845 833 9915. Fireworks Night Held on nearest Sat to Nov 5th, School Lane. Contact Yateley Lions 0845 833 9915. Yateley Road Races 10k races on 1st Wed of Jun, Jul & Aug. Contact Roy Willier via website. www.yateley10kseries.info Remembrance Day Parade Contact David Simpson (Royal British Legion) 874459.

RECYCLING & WASTE

Refuse (black bin) and recycling (blue bin) collected alternate weeks by Hart District Council. Recycling for aluminium, plastic bottles, paper, steel & cardboard. Glass is collected separately every 4 weeks in your free crate. Fortnightly kerbside garden waste collection: to subscribe or purchase sacks or bins contact 622122. Contact Hart DC 622122 or see website: www.hart.gov.uk Household Waste Recycling Centre Springwell Lane, Hartley Wintney. Contact 845312.


CONTACTS (telephone dialling code is 01252 unless otherwise stated) Recycling Banks • Somerfield, Plough Rd: textiles. • Darby Green Community Centre: glass, cardboard, textiles. • Waitrose, Tresham Crescent: glass, books, textiles, shoes.

POST OFFICES/BANKS • Post Office, Harpton Parade. 872201. • Post Offce, Tudor Drive. 890278. • Lloyds TSB, Forge Court, Reading Rd. 0845 300 0000. • Barclays, 117 Reading Rd. 0845 7555 5555.

EDUCATION

Children’s Information Service Open: Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 9.30am4pm. Contact 0845 603 5620. www3.hants.gov.uk/childrens-services Primary • Cranford Park CofE Primary School Stilwell Close. Contact 870536. http://cranfordparkprimary.co.uk • Frogmore Infant School Green Lane, Frogmore. Contact 872601. www.frogmore-inf.hants.sch.uk • Frogmore Junior School Green Lane, Frogmore. Contact 873054. • Newlands Primary School Dungells Lane. Contact 871188. www.newlands.hants.sch.uk • Potley Hill Primary School Potley Hill Rd. Contact 876106. www.potleyhill.hants.sch.uk • Westfields Infant School School Lane. Contact 873603. • Westfields Junior School School Lane. Contact 408218. Independent Preparatory • Yateley Manor Preparatory School Reading Rd. Contact 405500. www.yateleymanor.com Secondary • Yateley School School Lane. Contact 879222. www.yateley.hants.sch.uk • Frogmore Community College Potley Hill Rd. Contact 408444. Adult Learning & Community contact 408448. www.frogmorecollege.hants.sch.uk

Adult • Yateleys Community Learning at Yateley School. Adult & youth activities inc youth club, film club, swimming, sports, arts, music & languages etc. Community Office open: Mon-Fri 9am4pm; Mon-Wed 6.30-9pm; Sat 9am-1pm. Contact 877190. www.yateleys.com

MEDIA

Print • Yateley News & Mail (weekly) 01483 508700. www.gethampshire.co.uk/yateley/ • Star Courier (free weekly) 01483 508700. • Yateley Town Crier (free monthly) 07788 732156 Broadcast • BBC Radio Berkshire (95.4FM/ 104.1FM), 0118 946 4200. www.bbc.co.uk/berkshire • Eagle Radio (96.4FM), 01483 300 964. www.964eagle.co.uk

PLACES OF WORSHIP Baptist • Yateley Baptist Church, Cricket Hill Lane. Sun Services: 11.15am, 6pm. Contact (church) 0870 765 2060. www.yateleybaptist.com

Church of England •St Peter’s, Church End Green, Yateley. Services: Sun 8am, 9am, 11.15am, 7pm; Wed 11am; St Peter’s at Yateley Centre meets Sun 10am at Yateley School. Contact Parish Office 873647. www.stpetersyateley.org.uk • St Barnabas, Brinns Lane. Services: Sun 9.15am (with creche and Searchers for ages 4-11); 1st Sun 6.30pm. Contact Revd Mike Saunders 0118 973 6595. www.stbarnabastheencourager.co.uk Methodist • Sandhurst & Yateley Methodist Church, Scotland Hill, Sandhurst. Services: Sun 10.30am (with creche & junior church term time), 4th Sun 6.30pm. Contact Revd Linda Phillips 544823.www.sandhurstmethodist.org.uk Roman Catholic • St Swithun’s, Firgrove Rd. Mass: Sat 6.30pm; Sun 8am, 10.30am. Contact Father Dominic Adeiza 872732. www.stswithunsyateley.org.uk

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CLUBS &

SOCIETIES ARTS

Music Tuition Yateleys Music School, School Lane. Instrument, voice & theory tuition available for ages 7+ to individuals and groups. Contact 876552. Yateley Choral Society Sight reading ability not necessary. No auditions. Meets at Yateley Manor School, Reading Rd, Mon 7.45-9.45pm. Contact Beryl White via website. www.yateleychoral.org.uk Vivace Cantamus Choir for girls aged 9-21. Meets Sun 3pm at Yateley School, School Lane. Contact 872071. Theatre 64 Amateur drama group or ages 17+. Aims to put on 3 productions a year. Meets Mon & Fri 8-10.30pm at Frogmore Junior Shool, Green Lane. Contact Carole Fowler (Mem Sec) 409509. www.theatre64.org Charles Church Camberley Band Brass band covering Camberley and Yateley areas. New brass and percussion plays welcome. Meets Fri at Frimley Parish Hall as follows: training ensemble 7-7.40pm, main band 7.50-9.50pm. Contact Ken Cranstone 01276 512219. Premier Dance Studio West House, Plough Rd. Ballet, tap, modern, jazz, disco, contemporary for all ages. Contact 266114. www. premierdancestudio.org.uk Spotlite School of Dancing Meets Mon evening at Darby Green Centre. Contact 07590 111105. Yateley Morris Men Meets at Yateley Manor School, Reading Road, Tue 8-10pm Oct-Apr. During May-Sep outdoor engagements. New members welcome in Oct. Contact Andy Pobjoy 0118 988 2501. www.yateleymorrismen.org.uk


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CARING ORGANISATIONS/ VOLUNTEERING

Royal British Legion Organises the Poppy Day Parade. Contact David Simpson (Pres) 874459. Hart Voluntary Action Advice and practical support for voluntary groups. Volunteer bureau. Contact 815652. www.hartvolaction.org.uk In-touch Home Improvement Agency Advice to older or disabled people whose homes need repairs or adaptation. Contact 771350. Dyslexia Assocation (Camberley & Yateley) Helpline for dyslexics and parents of dyslexics. Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. Contact 01276 35355 or 01276 472522. Yateley Industries for the Disabled Mill Lane. Aims to sustain & increase rewarding employment opportunities for those with disabilities. Contact 872337. www.yateleyindustries.co.uk Yateley Neighbourcare Provides transport for vulnerable people to shops, dentists, GPs, etc. Needs volunteer drivers and help taking phone calls. Contact 872790. Red Cross First Aid Group Training and speaker meetings. Provides first aid attendance at events. Holds collection during Red Cross week in May. Wheelchair loan etc. Meets Mon 8-10pm at Yateley Red Cross HQ, Monteagle Lane. Contact 890020. www.yrx.org.uk

Thursday Day Care Group meets every Thu at Red Cross Centre. Contact Christine Benham 874274. Brendencare Brunch Club Meets alternate Wed at Red Cross Centre. Contact Margaret Pickering 879802. Brendencare Friday Club Meets every Fri at Red Cross Centre. Contact 680280. Alzheimer’s Society (Blackwater Valley) Office in Camberley. Contact 01276 670071. www.alzheimers.org.uk

CHURCH GROUPS

YACT Yateley Area Churches Together. Coordinates joint initiatives between the churches. Contact. Revd Mike Saunders 873839. Baptist Church Groups Groups meeting at Baptist Church Hall, Cricket Hill. • Sonseekers (ages 5-10) Wed 5.45pm. • 3Ts (ages 10-13) Wed 7.30pm. • Youth Group (14+) Mon 7.30pm. For the above, contact Peter and Wendy Fearnley 660120. • All Ages Bible Class Sun 10am. • Toddler Time monthly Wed 10am. • Baptist Church Ladies Thu 10.30pm. For the above contact 0870 765 2060.

Open Sight Provides a range of services for the visually impaired. Meets 2nd Tue 2-4.30pm at Hedgecroft, Bracken Lane. Contact Sandra Malloy 870369. www. opensight.org.uk

St Barnabas’ Church Groups Groups meeting at St Barnabas Church Centre, Bell Lane. Contact Church Office 873839. www.stbarnabsstheencourager.co.uk • Urban Saints - after-school clubs: Reception & Years 3-6: Fri 5-6.15pm; Years 7-11: Fri 8-9.30pm. • Jiffy - for parents, carers and preschool children. Short service, play & chat, refreshments. Meets Fri (term-time) 9-10.30am. • St Barnabas Together on Tuesday Luncheon club - meets Tue 12-2pm at the Honeycomb coffee shop in the church centre. Ploughman’s lunch followed by fun activities.

Frogmore Day Care Centre Frogmore Campus, Potley Hill Rd. Open 9.30am-4pm - frail & elderly Tue & Thu; those with mental health issues Mon, Wed & Fri. Contact Veronica Siney 876055.

St Peter’s Church Groups • Real - Christian drop-in for Years 7-13: Fri 12.45-1.20pm at Yateley School. • C.H.A.O.S. - worship for ages 13-19, guest speakers, live bands: 2nd Sun 7pm at St Peter’s Church, Church End Green.

PALS of Yateley A befriending scheme for elderly people living alone in Yateley. Volunteer training provided. Contact 07503 173801.

• Pathfinders - for Years 7-9. Meet Fri 7.30-9pm at St Peter’s Church. • TG4 Friday - youth club for Years 1013. Meets Fri 8-9.30pm in Chaddisbrook House, Church End Green. For the above groups contact Matt Houghton (Church Youth Worker) 872102. www.stpetersyateley.org • Wayfinders - for pre-school children and their carers. Meets Mon 10am & Wed 1.30pm during term time at the church. Contact Parish Office 873647. Sandhurst & Yateley Methodist church groups www.sandhurstmethodist.org.uk • Club 15 - usually meets on 15th of month in members’ homes and other venues for a variety of social events. Contact Graham Fradgley 01276 36631. • Network Group - Women’s fellowship. Meets alternate Tue 2.30-3.45pm at Methodist Church, Scotland Hill, Sandhurst. Contact Margaret Picken 879802. • Sandhurst Methodist Church Choir Rehearses Tue 8-9pm in the church, Scotland Hill, Sandhurst. Contact Revd Linda Phillips 544823.

HOBBIES

Camera Club Meets Wed 7.45 for 8pm at The Tythings, Yateley Green. Practical sessions in June & July. Contact Peter Holt 676916. www.yateleycameraclub.co.uk Hampshire Wildlife Trust (Hart & Rushmoor) Organises monthly local walks on most weekends in the summer. Contact Lyn Deavin 879255. www.hwt.org.uk Yateley & Hawley Bridge Club Duplicate Bridge. Meets Wed & Fri 7.25pm at The Memorial Hall, Fernhill Rd, Hawley. Improvers welcome on Wed. Contact Sheila Cockerill (Chair) 01276 501485. K9 Planet Dog Training & Obedience Meets various times at Yateley Village Hall, Old School Road. Contact 0333 123 4585. www.k9planet.co.uk Yateley & District Gardening Society Programme of events, visits & speakers. Usually meets 1st Mon 8pm at Hedgecroft Centre, Bracken Lane. Produce & flower show in Sept. Contact Julia Dobbin (Sec) 873701. www.ydgs.org.uk


CONTACTS (telephone dialling code is 01252 unless otherwise stated) Machine Knitting Club Meets 2nd Wed 8-10pm (except Aug & Dec) in Room D16, Yateley School, School Lane. Contact Sandra Cornwall 660250. Ramblers Association (NE Hants) Regular programme of weekend walks and social activities. Contact Mary Hill email: Gmhill00@yahoo.com. www.nehantsramblers.hampshire.org.uk University of the Third Age (U3A) Yateley & District Social and educational opportunities for the retired and semi-retired. Courses held at various venues. Monthly contact meeting (including speaker) takes place 1st Thu 10am at Sandhurst Memorial Hall, Yorktown Road, Sandhurst. Contact (Mem Sec) Brenda Gulliford 01344 776203. www.yateleyu3a.org Yateley & Crowthorne Big Band Society Arranges programme of recorded big band music. Meets 2nd Tue 7.4510.30pm at Sandhurst Community Hall, Yorktown Rd, Sandhurst. Contact Kay Sealey 661037.

SOCIAL GROUPS

Yateley Social Club Based at Yateley Village Hall, Old School Lane. Offers a range of social activities. Open Mon-Fri 4-11pm, Sat & Sun 12noon-11pm. Contact 890353. Blackwater Valley Trefoil Guild Non-uniformed organisation for people who have been or are still connected with guiding or scouting. Meets monthly on a Mon eve at WI Hall, Reading Rd. Contact Jean Thorns 544772. Camberley & Yateley Friendship Centre Over 50s club. Theatre visits and holidays. Meets 2pm 3rd Thu at Hedgecroft, Bracken Lane. Pub lunch 1st Thu. Contact Barbara Brown 876615. Hart Rotary Club Speakers and outside events with the emphasis on fun and service to the community. Meet Thu 7.30 pm at North Hants Golf Club, Fleet. Contact 616443. Primrose Club For senior citizens. Speakers, tea & cakes. Coach collects from homes if required. Meets at WI Hall, Reading Rd on 4th Wed 2-4pm. Contact Ruth Adkins 871806.

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Senior Citizens’ Coffee Club Meets Thu 11am-1pm at The Tythings, Reading Rd. Contact Ann Kern (Sec) 872975.

Beaulieu FC Plays in Yateley and Bramshill. 19 youth teams plus men’s and veterans’. Contact via website. www.beaulieufc.co.uk

Over 60s Friendship Club Various activities, refreshment and chat. Occasional lunch outings. Meets Tue 2-4pm at the Frogmore Social Hall opposite the Bell Inn. Contact Thelma Charlton 01276 504240.

Darby Green & Potley FC For oys & girls aged 6-18. Train at Darby Green Playing Fields & Wellington College, Sandhurst. Contact Julie Edwards 871728 / 07968 438870. www.darbygreenfc.com

Yateley & District Lions Club Meets on the 2nd Wed 8m at Yateley Industries. Contact 0845 833 9915. www.yateley-lionsclub.hampshire.org.uk

Yateley FC Plays at The Tythings, Reading Rd. Contact Richard Pascoe 07836 256017. Youth teams play at Sean Devereux Park. Contact Mike Gray 877061. www.yateleyfc.co.uk

SIngle and Sociable Open to all singles or those living permanently apart from their partners. No age limits. Events include walking, dancing, bowling, golf, badminton and tennis. Meets at The Cricketers, Cricket Hill Lane. Contact wolbsc@sky.com

SPORT

Yateley Archers Lessons for beginners from age 8. Meets throughout year at Frogmore Leisure Centre, Potley Hill Rd. Contact training officer 01276 600601. www.yateleyarchers.org.uk Yateley Hawks Badminton club for ages 7-16 years. Regular coaching, plays in local junior league. Trains Sat at Yateley School Hall. 7-12 yrs: 9-10.30am; 12-16yrs: 10.30am12.30pm. Contact Vicky Wenman 661811 or Mike Jevons 870863. Yateley Bowls Club Ground: Yateley Green, Reading Rd. Club house open pm during summer. Men play in Aldershot and District League, ladies in Blackwater Valley Ladies League. Contact Les May 874257 or club 890271. http://yateleybowlsclub.co.uk Yateley Short-mat Bowls Club Fun sport, easy to learn, for the over60s. New Members welcome. Meets Tue evening and Sat pm at Yateley School gym. To arrange a taster session, contact Roland Needham (secretary) 870569. Yateley Cricket Club Main ground at Sean Devereux Park, Chandlers Lane. Senior players practice Thu 7pm, Colts practice Fri 6.30pm. Colts teams: Under 9s, Under 11s, Under 13s, Under 15s. Contact Colin Justice 01276 691829. www.yateleycricketclub.co.uk

Yateley Green Football Club Plays at Sean Devereux Park, Chandlers Lane. Teams from under-16s upwards. Training twice a week. New players always welcome. Contact Alan Baynes 07736 827258. www.clubwebsite.co.uk/yateleygreen Blackwater Valley Golf Club Sean Devereux Park, Chandlers Lane. Contact 874725. www.blackwatergolfcentre.com Yateley Hockey Club Men’s, ladies’ & junior teams. Contact Mike Brain (Pres) 01256 764708. www.yateleyhockeyclub.co.uk Yateley Shotokan Karate Club Classes of all ages & abilities meet Mon 7-8pm at Yateley School. Adult black & brown belt 8-8.30pm. Contact via website.: www.yskc.co.uk Hampshire Shotokan Karate Meets Sat 9.301m-12pm at Yateley Village Hall. Contact Stevan Harrison 07000 527823 / 0800 612 8439. Yateley Offshore Sailing Club Meets 1st Mon at 8pm at Social Club, Wellington Rd, Sandhurst. Speakers, events and rallies throughout the season. Contact Ian Skinner (Mem Sec) 01276 31241. www.yosc.org.uk Yateley Swimming and Social Club for the Disabled For disabled and their families. Meets Fri 7-8pm at Yateley School swimming pool. Contact Maureen Hicks (Sec) 861792. Rushmoor Royals Swimming Club Complete beginners to international standard. Classes on Sat at Yateley School swimming pool. Contact Chris Wall 546509 or Office 330666. www.rushmoorroyals.org.uk


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Yateleys Life Saving Club Meets Thu 7.30pm at Yateley Pool, Yateley School, School Lane. Contact Pat Brewer 655207.

WOMEN’S GROUPS

Yateley & Yateley Green Women’s Institute Afternoon Ladies meet 3rd Wed 2-4pm; Ladies of the Night meet 3rd Thu 7.30pm at WI Hall, Reading Rd. Contact Sheila Farmer (Sec) 409868. Yateley Townswomen’s Guild Meets 2nd Tue in month at St Swithun’s Function Suite, Firgrove Rd, 8pm. Contact Robyn 873974. WRVS Meets Wed at Hedgecroft. Contact Margaret Claydon 652055.

YOUNG CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES Yateley Butterfly Childminding Group Childminders’ Drop-in. Meets Wed 9.3011.30am at The Tythings, Reading Rd. Contact Alison Newman 07736 563152. National Childbirth Trust - NCT (Camberley and Yateley) Support, information and friendship to new parents and parents-to-be. Bumps & Babies, a support group for new parents, meets Wed 10-11.30am at Yateley Medical Centre, Oaklands. Contact 0844 243 6070. www.nct.org.uk Yateley Library activities • Bookmates: - for ages 11+ with an adult. Meet usually 2nd Tue 7.30pm. • Toddlertime: - stories for little ones and their carers. Meets Tue 2.15pm. • Baby Rhyme Time - reading group for babies and their carers. Meets Fri 10.15am. All at Yateley Library, School Lane. Contact 0845 603 5631. www3.hants.gov.uk/library/ yateley-library.htm Frogmore Kids Club Frogmore Community College, Potley Hill Rd. Out-of-school care for ages 4 1/2 to 8 years. Times: Mon-Fri 7.45-8.55am, 3.15-6.00pm. Also, holiday club for some of the holidays. Contact 408446. www.frogmorecollege.hants.sch.uk

(telephone dialling code is 01252 unless otherwise stated) Yateleys Home From Home Breakfast & After School Clubs Children collected from and delivered to Westfields schools and Cranfield Park. Mon-Fri 8.30-10am, 3-6pm at Yateley School. Contact 746963. Yateley School Holiday Fun Camp For ages 4+. Runs during half term, Easter and summer holidays Mon-Fri 8am-6pm at Yateley School, School Lane. Contact 746963. www.yateleys.com Pre-school care • Potley Hill Community Pre-school Frogmore Campus. Open 9am-12noon & 1-4pm with lunch club 12-1pm. Contact Jo Hill 869944. www.potleyhillpreschool.hampshire.org.uk • Tadpoles Pre-school, Frogmore Infanc School. Contact 8720601. • Westfields Pre-school, Scout HQ, Monteagle Lane. Contct 879846. Yateley Community Pe-school, Cranford Park School, Cranford Park Drive. Contct 862565. • Footbprints Pre-school, Newlands School, Dungells Lane 890416. • Little Gems, Youth Suite, Yateley Green. Contact 873408. www.littlegemsyateley.co.uk • MM3 Toddler Group, Monteagle Community Centre. Contact Julia Grant 07912 763423. • Little Steps www.wokinghamvineyard. org/community • Spring Preschool Darby Green Centre. Contact 07825 093053. Frogmore Leisure Centre Holiday Playscheme for ages 4-12 during holidays, Mon-Fri 7.30am-6pm at Leisure Centre, Potley Hill Rd. Contact 873454. Yateley Manor Holiday Activity Weeks For ages 3-18. Open to all, including those not attending Yateley Manor School. Usually 8.30-4.30pm with extended day to 6pm. Takes place at Yateley Manor School, Reading Road. Contact 405500. www.yateleymanor.com

YOUTH GROUPS

Air Cadets (Yateley & Eversley) For girls and boys aged 13-18. Meet Mon & Thu 7.15-9.30pm in Yateley Village Hall, Old School Lane. Contact Fl Lt Linda Bradley 870211 (parade evenings only).

CONTACTS

Guides, Brownies, Rainbows For details of groups, contact Janet Franks 875437. Ranger Guides Meet alternate Fri 7.45pm at Darby Green Community Centre, Darby Green Rd. Contact Carole Knight 661431. Scouts, Cubs, Beavers, Explorers • 3rd Bramshill, Yateley Green: meet at Scout HQ, Monteagle Lane. Contact Ray Bunce 870191. • 8th Bramshill, Frogmore Green: meet at Frogmore School Campus. Contact Steve Callaghan 628286. • 9th Bramshill, Yateley: meet at Macrae Hall, Macrae Road. Contact Ian Franks 875437. Red Cross Peer Educators Training given ages 15+ in order to pass on Red Cross skills. Currently meets Mon 8-10pm at Red Cross Centre, Monteagle Lane. Contact Mike Baxter (Youth Service Manager) 07738 944571 or Centre 890020. www.yrx.org.uk Yateley Youth Information Point (YIP) Informal drop-in youth group run by Hampshire Youth Service. Open Tue & Thu 6-8pm in Youth Suite, Town Council Offices, Yateley Green. Contact 814789. Contact Hart Youth Team 365098.

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LIST OF STREETS IN YATELEY Street locations refer to map A or B on pages 28-31, followed by grid reference.

Acorn Road.................................. B3d Alder Grove.................................. A4b Alton Ride.....................................B2e Andover Road.............................. B2d Aragon Road................................ A5b Ash Close......................................B3e Ashfield Green............................. B2b Ashley Drive..................................B3e Aspin Way.....................................B3c Aylesham Way.............................. A3a Bacon Close.................................. B1f Badgers Holt................................ A4a Baileys Close................................ B4d Bannister Gardens........................B2a Barnfield...................................... A4d Bartons Drive................................A5c Beaulieu Court............................. B2d Beaulieu Gardens......................... B2d Beaver Lane................................. A4d Beech Drive................................... B4f Beechbrook Avenue..................... A3d Beechnut Drive..............................B2c Bell Lane.......................................B3e Berrybank...................................... B1f Betjeman Walk............................. A5b Binsted Drive.................................B2e Birch Drive.................................... B4f Birches, The.................................. B3d Birchview Close.............................A5c Blackbushe Airport....................... A5a Blackbushe Business Park............ A5b Blaire Park.................................... A1a Blakes Ride.................................. A3b Bloomsbury Way...........................B4e Borderside.................................... A3a Bracken Lane................................ A2a Bramley Lane............................... B3d Bramling Avenue.......................... A3a Brandy Bottom............................. A5d Branksome Hill Road..................... B1f Bridge Walk...................................A2c Brinns Lane.................................. B3d Brockenhurst Drive........................A4c Brocklands................................... A4a Brooksby Close.............................B3c Broom Way.................................... B4f Broome Close................................A1c Burley Way....................................B2e Burne-Jones Drive......................... B1f Whistler Grove.............................. B2f Byron Close.................................. A5b Byways......................................... A4b Calcott Park.................................. A3b Campbell Close.............................B2a Canberra Close............................. A1a Carrick Lane..................................B2a Castor Court................................. A2a Caswall Ride.................................B2a Catesby Gardens.......................... A4a Cedar Avenue................................ B3f Celandine Court........................... A2a Chandlers Lane.............................A1c Cheriton Way................................ B3f Chestnut Close.............................. B3f Chippenham Close........................ B4f Christchurch Drive.........................B2e

Christie Walk.................................A4c Church End Green.........................A2c Church Mews............................... A2d Church View................................. A2d Churchill Crescent........................ A4d Clanfield Ride................................ B3f Clover Lane.................................. A2a Coachmans Grove........................ B1d Cobbetts Lane...............................B3a Coleridge Avenue..........................B2a College Road............................off B1f Colwyn Close............................... A3b Connaught Close......................... A3b Constable Way.............................. B2f Coombe Road.............................. A1b Coppice Gardens...........................A4c Cornfields..................................... A4a Coronation Road.......................... A2d Cox Green.....................................B1e Cranford Park Drive.......................A3c Crescent, The................................. B4f Cricket Hill Lane.................... A5d/B2a Croft Lane.....................................A2c Crondall End................................ A2b Crosby Gardens............................ A1a Cruikshank Lea............................. B2f Cullen Close................................. A4b Cypress Way..................................B3c Dalley Court.................................. B1f Darby Green Lane.........................B2c Darby Green Road.........................B2c Dell, The....................................... A4b Denham Drive.............................. A4d Devon Close..................................B1e Dickens Way................................. A4b Doyle Gardens.............................. A4b Dumas Close................................ A4b Dungells Farm Close......................A4c Dungells Lane...............................A5c Dunsmore Gardens................. off A4a East Green................................... B4d Elizabeth Parade.......................... A5d Elm Bank.......................................A2c Eversley Road............................... A2a Exeter Gardens............................. A1a Falcon Way................................... A3a Fallowfield................................... A2a Fareham Drive.............................. A1a Farm Close....................................A3c Farm View.....................................A3c Fieldfare Avenue.......................... A3a Fir Drive......................................... B4f Firglen Drive..................................A2c Firgrove Road............................... A3a Flats, The...................................... B4d Florence Close...............................A3c Florence Road............................... B1f Forbes Chase................................. B1f Forge Court...................................A2c Fox Drive.......................................A2c Foxley Close..................................B3e Fraser Mead.................................. B2f French Gardens............................. B4f Frensham Close............................ A2a Freshwood Drive...........................A5c Frogmore Community Campus..... B3b

Frogmore Green........................... B3d Frogmore Grove............................B4e Frogmore Park Drive......................B4e Frogmore Road............................ B3d Frys Lane...................................... A2d Fyfield Close..................................B2e Gallop, The....................................A1c Galway Road................................ A5b Garnet Field............................ off A4a Gibbs Way.................................... A4b Glebe, The..................................... B4f Glenavon Gardens........................A5c Globe Farm Lane...........................B3c Goldcrest Close............................ A3a Gordon Walk.................................B2a Gorselands....................................A5c Goughs Meadow.................... off B1c Gower Park...................................B1e Grayshot Drive..............................B2e Green End.....................................A2c Green Haven................................ A4b Green Lane................................... B3d Green Lane, Blackwater................ B4f Green, The.................................... B3d Greenleas Close............................A2c Griffin Close................................. A5b Hall Farm Crescent........................A4c Hall Lane.......................................A3c Hamble Avenue.............................B3e Handford Lane..............................A4c Hangerfield Close..........................A4c Hanover Close...............................A2c Hardy Avenue............................... A4b Harlech Road................................B4e Harpton Close...............................A2c Harpton Parade.............................A2c Hart Mews................................... A2a Hartley Close................................ B3d Harvest Close............................... A5a Hatherwood..................................B2a Hawkins Close............................. A4b Hawley Road.................................B4e Haydon Place................................B2a Hearmon Close............................. A3d Hearsey Gardens.......................... B2d Heathwood Close......................... A1d Henley Gardens............................ A4d Hepworth Croft............................. B1f Herriot Court................................ A5b Hicks Lane.................................... B2d Highwood Close............................A5c Hillfield.........................................B3a Hilltop View.................................. A4b Holbeche Close....................... off A3a Holly Acre..................................... A4d Holly Way......................................B3e Home Park Road...........................A3c Honeysuckle Close....................... A3a Huddington Glade................... off A4a Ilex Close..................................... A2a Ives Close..................................... A2a Jennys Walk..................................B2a Jesse Close................................... B3b Keats Way.................................... A4b Kelsey Grove.................................B3a Kevins Drive................................. A2d

Kingfisher Drive............................ A3b Kings Glade...................................B2a Kingsway...................................... B3f Kipling Close................................ A5b Laburnums, The.............................B3c Lakeside Business Park..................B1c Lakeside, The.................................B4e Lambert Crescent..........................B4e Larches Way..................................B3c Laundry Lane................................ B2f Lawford Crescent..........................A3c Limecroft...................................... A4b Link, The....................................... A2b Little Copse...................................A1c Little Croft.....................................A4c Little Vigo..................................... A5b Lodge Grove..................................B2a London Road................................. B4f Lower Canes................................ A3a Lower Moor................................. A4d Lowlands Road.............................B4e Lowry Close.................................. B2f Lucas Close...................................A4c Lucas Drive....................................A4c Lymington Avenue....................... A4b Lyndhurst Avenue......................... B2d Macrae Road.................................A3c Mallard Way................................. A3a Manor Park Drive......................... A3d Maple Close................................. B3d Maple Gardens............................ A4d Marshall Road........................ B1e/B2f Martins Close................................B4e Mason Close.................................B3a Mayflower Drive.......................... A1a Meadow Close..............................B4e Meadow Way................................B3e Merron Close............................... A4b Michaelmas Close.........................A5c Mill Lane...............................A1d/A2d Millbridge Road........................... A1a Minstead Drive............................. A4b Mistletoe Road..............................A4c Mitchell Buildings........................ A4a Monteagle Lane............ A3a/A4a/A4b Morley Close................................ A3a Moulsham Copse Lane................. A2a Moulsham Green......................... A1a Moulsham Lane........................... A1b Munnings Drive............................. B2f Myrtle Drive.................................. B3f New Road..................................... B4f Newlands Close............................A4c Nutley Close..................................A4c Oak Farm Close............................ B3d Oaklands.......................................A3c Oaks, The.......................................A4c Old Corne Hollow.................... off A4a Old Farm Drive..............................B2c Old Forge End.............................. B1d Old Monteagle Lane.................... A3a Old School Lane............................A3c Old Welmore................................ A3d Olde Farm Drive............................B2c Parade, The....................................B2a Parkfields......................................A3c


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Parkhill Close................................ B3f Parkhill Drive................................. B4f Parkhill Road................................. B4f Partridge Avenue.......................... A3a Patten Avenue.............................. A4b Peddlars Grove..............................B2a Pembroke Parade......................... A2d Pipsons Close............................... A2d Plough Road................................ A2d Pond Croft.....................................B2a Potley Hill Road.............................B2a Primrose Walk.............................. A2b Priors Lane................................... B3b Quarry Lane................................. A3d Quebec Gardens........................... B4f Raeburn Way................................. B1f Raven Close................................. A3a Reading Road........................A2b/B4d Reynolds Green............................. B1f Ringwood Road........................... B2d River Road................................... A1b Robins Grove Crescent................. A2a Rokes Place............................. off A3a Romsey Close................................B2e Rosary Gardens.............................A3c Rosebank Parade......................... A2d Rosedene Lane.............................. B1f Rosemary Gardens........................B3e Rosemary Lane............................. B2d Round Close..................................B3a Royal Oak Close............................B2a

Russell Court................................. B3f Ryde Gardens............................... A2b Ryecroft Gardens.......................... B4f Ryves Avenue............................... A3a Saddlers Corner............................ B1d Saddlers Court..............................A2c Salisbury Road..............................B3e Sandhurst Lane.............................B2c Sandhurst Road.............................B1a Sandown Close.............................B2e Saxony Way.................................. A5b School Lane.................................. A3b Seebys Oak................................... B1f Selborne Close..............................B2e Selwyn Drive................................ A3b Sett, The....................................... A4a Shelley Walk................................. A4b Sheraton Close.............................. B4f Shires Way.....................................A1c Silverglades...................................A5c Somerville Crescent...................... A3d Southampton Close.......................B2e Southwark Close.......................... A3b Spinney, The..................................A2c Springcross Avenue....................... B4f St James Place..............................A3c St Johns Road.............................. B1d St Peters Gardens..........................A3c Stable View...................................A1c Stevens Hill...................................B3a Stillwell Close............................... A2d

Stockbridge Way...........................A5c Stoney Close.................................A5c Stookes Way................................. A4a Stubbs Folly...................................B1e Swallow Close.............................. A3a Swan Lane....................................B2c Sycamores, The..............................B3c Sydney Loader Place.....................B2c Tesimond Drive............................ A3a Thornburn Chase........................... B1f Throgmorton Road....................... A4a Tichborne Close............................. B3f Tindal Close..................................A2c Tockington Court...........................A2c Tolpuddle Way...............................B3a Tresham Crescent......................... A3a Trotsford Meadow.........................B3e Tudor Drive....................................A5c Turnstone End.............................. A3a Tuscany Way................................. A5b Vicarage Lane...............................A2c Vicarage Road.............................. A2b Victoria Drive................................B3e Vigo Lane..............................A4b/A5b Village Way...................................A2c Vulcan Close.................................B1c Vulcan Court.................................B1c Vulcan Way...................................B1c Waldorf Heights............................B4e Walnut Close................................ A5d Waterhouse Mead.........................B1e

Weavers Moss.............................. B1d Wentworth Close......................... A4d West Fryerne.................................A1c West Green.................................. A2a Weybridge Mead...........................B1a Whistler Grove.............................. B2f White House Gardens...................A2c White Lion Way.............................A2c White Lodge Court........................A2c Whitley Road................................A5c Wildwood Gardens.......................A5c Willow Lane.................................. B4f Willowford....................................A3c Winchester Way............................B2e Winton Crescent...........................A3c Wistaria Lane................................A3c Woodbine Close........................... B1d Woodbourne Close........................A3c Woodbridge Road........................ B3d Woodlands....................................A5c Woodside......................................B4e Woodville Close............................B2c Wordsworth Avenue.................... A4a Wren Close................................... A3a Wyndham Close........................... A2d Yateley Green............................... A2b Yorktown Road............................. B1f

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