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Rowlands Castle Website

Rowlands Castle is a village in South East Hampshire, on the border with West Sussex, known for its large village green and railway station on the London to Portsmouth line. 

It is popular with walkers and cyclists as a jumping off point for the South Downs National Park and the neighbouring Stansted Estate. There are three long distance footpaths that cross Rowlands Castle:

Monarch's Way, Sussex Border Path, Staunton Way.

It is home to around 3000 inhabitants, four pubs, and various retail outlets including hardware, convenience store, pharmacy, hairdresser.  Three meeting venues: Halls for Hire play host to a wide range of social activities:            Cultural and Social

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Join the Village Grapevine! The Grapevine is an email list managed by the Rowlands Castle Association for the circulation of urgent news and information of interest in the village.
HOW TO JOIN and more info on Grapevine

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NOTICEBOARD

Castle United Youth Football Club, working in partnership with Pompey In the Community are inviting boys and girls aged 6 - 9 who want to play football, learn skills and make new friends to join them at Havant Academy Sports Hall for their Saturday Morning Soccer Skill sessions. For more information please follow this link:
 Poster for Saturday Soccer Skills, 6-9 year olds
or contact the club secretary; Gary Clark on either 07886459282 or
garyatcastleunited@gmail.com

Mobile Library
Visiting times are once every four weeks on Tuesday.
Rowlands Castle:  9.50 - 10.30, near the Fountain pub on the Green.
Finchdean: from 10.45 - 11.15 at the George.
6th May, 3rd June, 1st July 2014

 

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