|Avon League reprots: Whitchurch Phoenix up to second after seven-goal show - Bristol Post|
|Avon League reprots: Whitchurch Phoenix up to second after seven-goal showBristol PostWHITCHURCH Phoenix moved into second place behind Bristol Sports with a 7-1 home victory against Westerleigh Sports Reserves. Matt Blammon scored a hat-trick and Whitchurch's other goals came from James Neil (2), Lee Moore, Tom Denmead. Danny ...
|Yardley lose out at Whitchurch - Solihull Observer|
|Yardley lose out at WhitchurchSolihull ObserverA second goal followed in controversial circumstances with Yardley believing their keeper had obstructed and there was worse to come before the break when Whitchurch added a third, again on the break. Having tried to reorganise at half time, Yardley ...and more »
|Whitchurch United through to Hampshire Cup quarter-finals - but Tadley Calleva ... - Basingstoke Gazette|
|Basingstoke GazetteWhitchurch United through to Hampshire Cup quarter-finals - but Tadley Calleva ...Basingstoke GazetteWHITCHURCH United's excellent season continued as they reached the quarter-finals of the Hampshire Senior Cup last night - but Tadley Calleva suffered yet another defeat. Goals from Isaac Sedu and Curtis Angell saw Whitchurch claim a 2-0 victory away ...Angell and Sedu put Jam Boys in Senior Cup last eightAndover Advertiserall 4 news articles »
|Whitchurch woman prosecuted for housing benefit fraud - shropshirelive.com (press release)|
|Whitchurch woman prosecuted for housing benefit fraudshropshirelive.com (press release)Tracey Robinson, 48, claimed Housing Benefit but failed to give prompt notification to Shropshire Council knowing her change in liability to pay rent would affect her entitlement to benefit. Between 13 February 2012 and 10 March 2013 she benefited from ...
|Bikes and equipment worth £30000 stolen from Whitchurch shop - Basingstoke Gazette|
|Bikes and equipment worth £30000 stolen from Whitchurch shopBasingstoke GazetteOffenders broke into North Hants Bikes, in Church Street, between 8pm on November 26 and 9.30am on November 27, and stole the expensive equipment. PC Paulina Ritchie, from Whitchurch police station, said: “Did you see anyone suspicious in the area ...