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Thursday 19th Sep 2019

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This is the fourth year that the Waterlooville School Art trail, organised by the Waterlooville Events team, has taken place. Fifteen schools have been partnered with fifteen businesses/shops in Waterlooville town centre and been given the opportunity to display art work from their read full article »

Young people in the area had a great deal of fun this year as shown by the results of the Purbrook Horticultural Society Inter School’s Trophy Competition entries. Every year all Schools and pre schools are invited to enter the competition set up to encourage young people to the joys read full article »

Spinnaker Chorus recently had the pleasure of playing host for an evening of a cappella celebration at our rehearsal hall in Blendworth, Horndean.

We were joined by members of Arun A Cappella (Bognor Regis) and Cascade- Southdown Ladies Harmony Chorus (Catherington) The read full article »

Giant fish sculpture to raise awareness of plastic pollution at Cowes Week

A piece of functional art in the shape of a large fish that will be used to collect single-use plastic bottles is travelling around the Solent region, raising awareness of the impact of plastic pollution read full article »

Alan Westbrook of Postcode Publications hands over yet another donated Public Access Defibrillator, this time to Ken Smith, president of the Royal British Legion in Havant.

Two fifteen year old boys went swimming close to the Chichester Harbour entrance and were caught in the ebbing tide. A man walking by and the RNLI Lifeboat combined to save them. Then the very next day a group of young men were enjoying an evening stroll across a sandbank at the read full article »

Report on my work locally and in Westminster

There was a brilliant turnout for my fourth Community Groups and Older Persons Information Fair.

We had more than 1,000 people come on the day to hear about some of the wonderful community groups in our area as well as receive information from statutory bodies such as the police read full article »

With temperatures recently hitting 34C in some parts of the UK, and with more heat-waves predicted this summer, Barratt Homes has created some simple tips to help people keep cool and safe in their homes this summer with seven handy tips:

Maximise the breeze - It may sound simple read full article »