Community Events Notices

Fleet Panto - Aladdin!

The most famous pantomime of them all returns to Fleet this December! After the success of Snow White 2016, Jack and the Beanstalk 2017 and Cinderella 2018, we’re delighted to announce Starburst Theatre are back again with ALADDIN! With a volunteer cast comprising of local talent, all the profits will be helping to raise money for local children with special needs by funding specialist or bespoke equipment to help them in their day to day lives. This multi award-winning company is committed and dedicated to perfect the  art of true stage performance.

ALADDIN will be playing at The Harlington, Fleet from 12th December to 28th December 2019.  See this flyer for details.


Local company - Amazon vote

Dotty Fish, a local baby shoe company kindly donated a couple of boxes of shoes to our art department. This company who is owned by a parent in our school community needs our help as they are shortlisted for an Amazon Small Business Award. Please vote for them at . Don't forget when shopping on Amazon you can help raise money for our CPSA as well.


Pray for Schools day

Tuesday 19 November has been designated Pray for Schools Day. At 7.30 p.m. that evening, FACCTS is hosting a prayer meeting for the school and the work we do in it in The Library at the school. We are hoping for a good mix of parents, teachers, others with a heart for the school and even a pupil or two! It would be great if you could come. For more information, please contact Will Parker at


2nd STEM Returners programme for returning Engineers and Scientists with Dstl in Hampshire

Have you taken a career break from an engineering or a technical sector and wish to return? Are you working below your experience in a different sector? Do you have an engineering or technical degree that you aren’t using? Do you just wish to transfer sectors but don’t have any experience? If so this could be the opportunity for you!  After the unprecedented success of the first programme where 100% of returners were offered permanent roles, we are currently sourcing candidates for the 2nd Dstl ‘STEM Returners’ programme, a 13 week, fully paid and supported return to work programme starting in January 2020 in Fareham.  All candidates will also have the opportunity to obtain a permanent role at the end of the programme.  No career break is too long, register to return to STEM today! For more information please visit or email

More information on the programme is also available here:


Safer North Hampshire - Newsletter

The latest newsletter can be found here, with attached poster.


Young Athletes Running Club

6 week course on Sundays, runing from 10th November to 15th December, from 9-10am, meeting outside Hart Leisure Centre.  For ages between 11 to 18, £5 per session or £25 for all 6 weeks, only 15 places available.  Email Brian Stopher at or see the website


Community Drug Awareness Courses

Safer North Hampshire are holding some local drug awareness courses that are free to attend.  See this link for full details.


Inclusion Hampshire - training courses

Please see this link regarding a number of courses that are available and can be booked directly with Inclusion Hampshire.


Step by Step

Step by Step, based in Aldershot, have a Supported Lodgings service that helps young people, aged 16-21, into independent living by offering lodgings in a fully assessed, safe, and caring home environment. Some young people who have been forced to leave home due to family problems, or who have been in care, find themselves struggling to cope alone. Step by Step and our team of Hosts bridge the gap between home, or being in care, to living independently.

They are looking to recruit Hosts in this area; see this sheet to find out what being a Host entails. 


Fleet FIlm

New members are always welcome at Fleet Film, and the new season starts in September with 18 films shown over the year.  Membership is £45 with films shown on two Mondays most months - full schedule of films and dates to be announced soon.  See this link for full details.


Crookham Village Twinning Group

The group are looking to welcome new families to get involved with the annual weekend of activities.  Crookham Village has been twinned with Lévignen in northern France since 1983, and the group takes part in a reciprocal family exchange weekend in May/June each year.  Those passionate about France and all things French can opt to host a French family for the weekend or just join in the activities locally.  Next year it will be the group’s turn to travel to France.  For further details, please contact Rick Spink on 01252 816348

Please note that this twinning opportunity is an independent venture, organised by the Crookham Village Twinning Group, and is not linked to the programme of trips and visits offered to its students by Calthorpe Park School.

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