Keeping children entertained at home – blog post by A-Plan Insurance

Following the ever-changing developments with Coronavirus and the Government’s latest announcement about staying home, a lot of parents may be wondering how to keep their children busy, particularly if you need to continue working from home. So we’ve created a list of activities to keep your kids entertained and occupied during this time. Educational resources...
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National Butchers Week : Celebrating Pip Smiths Butchers

The National Butchers’ Week highlights the great work being done by butchers from around the UK that sets them apart from the competition. It also focuses on the fantastic innovation that takes place within butchers’ shops across the land. The National Butchers’ Week is presented by William Reed Business Media, the company behind the acclaimed...
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Man Gang meetings at Kats Kafe Every Wednesday 6.30pm

What is Man Gang? Simply put, the Man Gang is a group of men who have struggled or are struggling with anything associated with poor mental health or just feeling burdened by the pressures of life. How does it help? The Man Gang was founded by a man who used to think he had to...
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Point at forefront of new opportunity for women to lead through arts and culture

Women associates with a unique perspective on arts leadership are being offered the opportunity to benefit from training placements and support from an exciting new project. Applications are now open for 16 places on the new Women Leaders South West project led by The Point, Eastleigh in collaboration with seven South West based cultural organisations...
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Self employed? What business insurance do you need? *A-Plan Advert*

Nothing beats the freedom of being your own boss. But when you’re self-employed, protecting your livelihood is of paramount importance. With that in mind, what business insurance cover is it advisable to have to make sure your business is properly protected? Let’s take a look. Professional indemnity insurance Firstly, you will need professional indemnity insurance....
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Eastleigh Unwrapped – call for artists

Do you create performance for outdoor festivals? Do you have work ready for Summer 2020 or an idea you would like to try out? If the answer is yes, then the Eastleigh Unwrapped team would love to hear from you! Funded by Arts Council England, Eastleigh Unwrapped Festival is now in its eighth year, providing...
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Temporary Road Closure- Eastleigh 10k Road Race 2020

Please find below details of temporary road closure for various roads in Eastleigh for the Eastleigh 10K Road Race.  All details remain the same as in previous years. Temporary road closures: (pedestrian access to these roads will not be affected) Passfield Avenue (for its entire length) Woodside Avenue (for its entire length) A335 Leigh Road...
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Naomi House Charity Shop offering New Look discount vouchers for donations

Naomi House & Jacksplace charity shop on Market Street in Eastleigh have teamed up with New Look in the Swan Centre, to give Eastleigh shoppers a thank you for donating to the the children’s hospice. Following a successful pilot in 2019, New Look is launching a new customer discount initiative to support hospice care by...
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Live music at The Chalet this February

The Chalet Eastleigh’s Live Music Line-up for February is looking great! Fri 7th – Lucy Bernandez Sat 8th – Greg Barnes Fri 14th – 💘Valentines Special with When Harri Met Alli Sat 15th – Matthew Hovenden Fri 21st – Amber Lily Sat 22nd – Millie Claxton (aka WREN) Fri 28th – Jim Chorley Sat 29th – Chris Ricketts...
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