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Buriton Art Trail

This popular event returns on Saturday 23 June and Sunday 24 June

We look forward to welcoming everyone at this year’s Art Trail and hope that the weather will be pleasant for a stroll around the village to visit the 6 venues where visitors can view and buy from a variety of work from painting, prints, lino cuts, pottery, photography, cards, glass work and much more.

Buriton Art Trail

This popular event returns on Saturday 23 June and Sunday 24 June

We look forward to welcoming everyone at this year’s Art Trail and hope that the weather will be pleasant for a stroll around the village to visit the 6 venues where visitors can view and buy from a variety of work from painting, prints, lino cuts, pottery, photography, cards, glass work and much more.

Magical music-making in Buriton on Sunday 22 April

A concert of words and music entirely devoted to Franz Schubert

On Sunday 22 April, at 3pm a concert of words and music entirely devoted to Franz Schubert — a ‘Schubertiad’ — involving a pianist, a violinist, a cellist and a singer will be given in St Mary’s church by Southsea-based cellist Mikhail Lezdkan and three colleagues: Oliver Nelson, Alex Poulton and Bela Hartmann.

 

Thefts from vehicles

Posted on Wed, 17/01/2018 - 12:26pm

Advice about leaving valuables in vehicles following recent incidents

A number of cars have been broken into in recent evenings including one in North Lane, Buriton, in the early hours (about 01.30am) of Wednesday 17 January.

“Playhouse Creatures” at Petersfield Festival Hall

Posted on Sat, 07/10/2017 - 4:58pm

The Lion and Unicorn Players tell the story of the first actresses allowed on the stage.

Set in the 1660s, this play by April de Angelis, tells the story of the first actresses allowed on the stage – including the darling of Restoration theatre, Nell Gwynn, who became the mistress of King Charles II.

It’s funny, bawdy and poignant – with adult themes and swearing …

Performances will be held on November 2nd, 3rd and 4th at 7.30pm with a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.

Explore the Dark Side of Buriton

Posted on Sat, 02/09/2017 - 11:16pm

Buriton is a great place to enjoy the best free light show that there is - with twinkling stars and bright planets scattered across the sky. How can we help to protect this?

A new leaflet has been produced for parishioners which explains that, in such a busy part of the country, Buriton is a special place: part of a small area where you can see the Milky Way, the Andromeda galaxy and the Orion Nebula.

An International Dark Sky Reserve has been created: one of only 11 in the whole world.