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Friday 24th Jan 2020

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Copy deadlines 1st of each publication month

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

Current Editions

PO7 & PO8

  • It is not that uncommon these days for senior citizens to write a book, but they almost always chronicle the author’s life. Gareth Davies is different. As a latter day septuagenarian he has just publish his first book of seven fictional stories entitled simply “A collection of short stories” Each .. read more »
  • Postcode Publications will support match funding and seek to attract sponsorship for any community group or individual wanting to see trees planted in the PO7 to PO11 postcode districts. Do you have an idea of where trees should be planted? Even one is better than none. Many more trees are needed .. read more »

PO9 & PO10

  • Following the footsteps of Postcode Publications who have purchased and instlled eighteen defibrillators throughout the PO7 to PO11 postcode districts, a new public access defibrillator with the potential to save lives has been installed at The Old Flour Mill in Queen Street, Emsworth. This .. read more »
  • The journey continues at Westbourne Primary on STEM education with some new recruits from year 5 joining the eco car team after last years, year 6 stars, graduated to secondary school, with their newly learnt skills curtsey of Postcode Publications generous donation. Last year’s team have .. read more »

PO9 & PO11

  • Following on from the phenominal success of the Portsmouth Repair Café  started by Clare Seek, a meeting was held on the 30th November at the Meridian Shopping Centre in Havant to gauge interest in forming a similar arrangement in Havant -  and who knows if Emsworh, Hayling Island, Waterlooville or .. read more »
  • It is well known that during the war Hayling Island was used as a decoy site, luring enemy planes to drop their bombs here instead of on Portsmouth. Temporary buildings were constructed and the lights were left on during raids, also fires were lit to imitate the effect of incendiary devices. Using .. read more »