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Wednesday 20th Feb 2019

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

The lantern parade with the children holding their lanterns which they had made at the free workshops in the weeks before the day, arrived by the Christmas tree led by the Horndean Marching band. What an exciting December in Waterlooville! The sun shone on the day of the Christmas Event and it was .. read more »
Matthew 26. is white, 5ft 7in, slim with brown hair, blue and grey eyes. He is reported missing since 9th March 2018 He is thought to have been in the Malvern Hills area on Thursday the 8th of March and to have spent time in the village of Callow End on Friday the 9th of March. If you have any .. read more »

PO9 & PO10

Thanks to funds raised from our supporters and advertisers, Postcode Publications were able to donate £2,500 to help less fortunate people this winter – to provide immediate help and assistance to rough sleepers and people in dire need. Every pound of the funds will be used to supply sleeping bags .. read more »
Havant Rotarians rode into Emsworth on their fabulous sleigh with Santa on board to delight those gathered for the annual turning on of the Christmas lights ceremony. Rotarians of the Rotary Club of Havant looked forward to Christmas with as much excitement as children and the highlight of the year .. read more »

PO9 & PO11

Thanks to a donation of £1,600 by Postcode Publications, renovation of the first of three bell-tower louvres is underway at St Faith’s Church, Havant. The completion of the louvres will be the final step in improving the appearance of Havant’s oldest continually-used public building – following the .. read more »
EVERY year the Remembrance Day ceremonies are special – but this year, to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War, people in Havant could feel the poignancy of the commemorations. Those wanting to pay their respects lined the streets of the town centre for the Community Act of .. read more »