John Mills suffers from mental health problems. He requires medication for his condition, which he does not have with him. We advise members of the public not to approach the 70-year-old if you see him but to call the police immediately.
– Hampshire Police spokesperson
Anyone who has seen somebody matching Mr Mill’s description or knows his whereabouts are asked not approach him but to contact the police on 101, or 999 in an emergency. Information can also be given anonymously through the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.
The region's bees remain under threat with the latest figures revealing a third of the south's colonies failed to survive this past winter. On the Isle of Wight there are plans to avoid cutting back vegetation on some roadsides to preserve habitats.
Another way of tackling the decline is to create new habitats and today volunteers began work on a new wildflower meadow at Titchfield Haven in Hampshire. When its complete it will be the sixty-second 'Bee World' created by the Friends of the Earth environmental group. Nia Mason reports.
The interviewees are Tim Pratt, the Co-ordinator, Gosport & Fareham Friends of the Earth; Karima Englefield, Assistant Ranger at the Titchfield National Haven Nature Reserve; and Caroline Dinenage (Conservative), Karima Englefield, Assistant Ranger at the Titchfield National Haven Nature Reserve; and Caroline Dinenage, the MP for Gosport.
The Wickham horse fair will take place in The Square on Monday 20, May where horses are bought and sold.
The fair is traditionally run by members of the travelling community who come from across the the country to trade the animals and parade them.
Hampshire Police has warned of the possible traffic disruption that will see several roads in Wickham closed from 5am until 8pm due to crowds and horses.
Permits have been given to residents to allow them to get to their homes through the closures.
Chief Inspector Andy Houghton said: "This event is steeped in history for Wickham and we have been working closely with Hampshire County Council, Winchester City Council, Wickham Parish Council and other agencies to help maintain a safe environment for visitors and residents to enjoy the day."