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Saturday 17th Feb 2018




Copy deadlines 1st of each publication month

Publications of all titles on or about 16th of: February, April, June, August, October and December

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PO7 & PO8

Tranquil woodland and lake now accessible thanks to funding from Veolia and Heritage Lottery Fund for a new footpath. Billy’s Lake, a former gravel extraction pit created in the late 1800s, sits on the border of Waterlooville and Denmead quietly playing host to a variety of wildlife in its oak woodland and fishing lake. Lillian Wakely, Community Conservation Officer for The Billy’s Lake Project, engages the local community by providing children and adults with opportunities to learn new skills more
Following success of the outstanding Munch Community Project held at Park Community School last year, Postcode Publications have funded it for 2018. This will include providing two course meals free of charge to children who are entitled to free school meals at local schools. Meals will be provided over the five day February Half Term, the ten days over the Eater holidays, the five days over the Easter half term and the thirty days Summer holiday. Since the start of the Munch project in Easter more

PO9 & PO10

Exceptional workmanship by PMC tradesmen and apprentices reproduced a heritage feature which we can all enjoy for many years to come.
As the year draws to a close I want to thank all residents for the support they have given me over the last year. In particular to everyone who supported my three community events, the Havant Jobs, Apprentices and Careers Fair, the Older Persons Information Fair and my Small Business Awards, which will all be returning in 2018. Meeting so many hard working and enthusiastic business owners from across the constituency at my second Small Business Awards last month was truly inspiring. But from more

PO9 & PO11

Staff from local house-builder Barratt Homes are touring Hampshire this Autumn in a bid to encourage young people to consider apprenticeships. The company, which employs apprentices across the region, hopes to inspire more school and college leavers to consider apprenticeships as an alternative career path. Apprenticeships allow people to ‘earn while they learn’, getting a wage from their employer while they work towards a nationally-recognised qualification. Most apprentices split their time more
The first round of Rotary Young Chef Competition Club, was held at Park Community School, Saturday 11th November. Well done also to all the of the ten students who took part. They all produced the most amazing food - which the Judges enjoyed tasting. Congratulations go to the winners. Front row from the left Third, Izabella from Park Community School; second, Joshua from Hayling College, First James, from Havant and South Downs College. And grateful thanks to the Judges, left to right Ollie more