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Edition Nineteen: Spring 2020

Spring is my favourite season in Winchester, with parks and gardens bursting into flower and warmer days encouraging winers and diners to go alfresco.

It was alfresco that we first met our cover artist, Don Lavelle, who paints across Winchester – whatever the weather – and who has become a much-loved local character on the city streets.

This issue we go behind the scenes at Winchester Fashion Week and Writers’ Weekend Winchester and bring you our pick of listings, plus great ideas for Easter family fun.

Winchester’s Waynflete Singers celebrate 50 years of high-quality choral performance this Spring and we meet musical director Andrew Lumsden who tells us why the choir is so well regarded – not only locally – but also across Europe too.

We pop in for a cuppa at city-wide community cafés, and reveal how Shenton’s is helping to support people with mental health challenges and get them justice in the courts.

Whether you fancy a really naughty cake and a coffee or a melt-in-the-mouth steak, our food and drink pages are full of places we’ve tried and tested on your behalf.

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