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The changes mean Portsmouth will host one less frigate and Devonport will gain a ship.
Southampton's medieval town walls will be the centrepiece of a £100m redevelopment.
Up to 550 of the 1,500 passengers and crew who perished were from Southampton.
The rink's operators blamed high winds for the problems.
Southampton boss Mauricio Pellegrino says his side are not in a relegation battle and that he is not afraid of losing his job.
PO7 & PO8
Waterlooville in Bloom, School art trail, Bandstand and Summer Fête; it was all happening in Waterlooville this summer. Businesses across the town participated in Waterlooville in Bloom to brighten up the town centre. Some must have had very green fingers as there were some beautiful pots. The Mayor of Havant Cllr Mrs Shimbart judged the competition and Waterlooville Community Centre won. Fifteen schools across the area were partnered with fifteen businesses and displayed art work from their ...read more
PO9 & PO10
In co-operation with PMC Contractors Work is well underway with dismantling the symbolic waterwheel on the site of the Havant Mill on the Hermitage stream in Langstone Gate, and preparing new sections in the workshop for installation to complete its refurbishment. Site Manager Julian Tazewell and his apprentice Joe Clapp of PMC contractors have established a site shelter from where they are working to dismantle and refurbish reusable timber sections. Julian anticipates that the work will be ...read more
PO9 & PO11
It is good to know that the Havant mill wheel is being renovated. I have recently been in contact with Paul Enos Tucker, whose grandfather Enos Ames was the miller there in the early 20th century. Paul writes: "My maternal Grandfather, Enos Albert Ames (1871 to 1947), was the miller at Havant Mill from about 1905 until 1915 when he became the Engineer in charge of the first new sewage works at Brockhampton. This sewage works was later replaced by the Budd’s Farm Sewage Works in the 1950s on ...read more
After lobbying for better trains since being elected in 2015, MP Alan Mak has challenged the new operators of the Havant to London line to deliver on their promises of faster, better trains as they take over the franchise on 20 August. In their successful bid, First Group and MTR promised refurbished trains, faster wi-fi on trains, 35 additional weekly services between Havant and London Waterloo and increased Sunday services. They also promised to add 22,000 extra seats to services entering ...read more