The website for the village of Medstead in Hampshire
Hit the Limelight presents
Sing along to the music of Queen
Friday 10th February
in Medstead Village Hall
Led by the exuberant Barry Buckley, sing along to your favourite Queen music, with song lyrics on the big screen. A fun night out for all fans of Freddie Mercury and the band Queen and everyone else who enjoys a good old fashioned sing along, with a modern twist.
The perfect cabaret show for those who love to sing but donít love the spotlight and those that do.
Advance tickets only. Licensed bar. 7.15 for 8.00pm. Tickets £8 each,
Box Office - Tel: (01420) 562 378 or 'The Handy Stores', High Street, Medstead.
For more info see: www.medstead.org/shows.
This web-site aims to support the local community and visitors to the area. It includes a wealth of local information on Medstead, Four Marks and other places nearby.
To navigate the site, click on any of the links shown on the left or other coloured text. General information about Medstead can be found in the Welcome Guide, the Village Guide and this Feature Article.
Medstead is located about five miles West of Alton and is around 700 feet above sea level. It has an interesting Norman church and various other historical buildings and sites, including an iron age fort. Like many rural villages in the area, Medstead has grown a lot and nearly all of the many old 'colonial bungalows' have now been replaced with larger modern homes.
Despite its seemingly sleepy image, Medstead was one of the first villages in the country to get broadband and has an excellent range of local facilities, clubs and organisations.
Following a disastrous fire in Medstead Village Hall in December 2009, the Hall suffered extensive damage - full story and pictures. After a major repair, refurbishment and improvement programme, the Village Hall is in regular use again.