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Sunday, 5th Apr 2020

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Rob Fryer manager at the Meridian Shopping Centre in Havant, commissioned HAMESH - the central Havant Men’s Shed - to build benches for vistors. The HAMESH team pictured above, made from wood purchased by Rob, the two benches which now stand proudly at the Centre for all to enjoy.
Posted Sat, 04/04/2020 - 18:10
In the UK alone, loneliness is set to increase to over two million people by 2025/6 which is an increase of 49% in ten years. it’s not always easy to find local groups or friends to go with so the Waterlooville Events Team set up a regular cinema at st george’s church in Waterlooville.
Posted Thu, 20/02/2020 - 15:25
The Warblington & Denvilles Residents Association (WDRA) thank Postcode Publications for a grant of £614 towards the cost of the new noticeboard erected by the footpath on the south side of Warblington Level Crossing. The noticeboard will help to fulfil the WDRA’s aim of promoting the
Posted Thu, 20/02/2020 - 15:12
The Postcode Publications Street Piano placed in the Meridian Centre in 2012 with the kind agreement of the Centre Manager Rob Fryer, has since enabled its players to collect charitable donations for distribution by Rob. Beneficiaries include: Rainbow Centre, Oakley Waterman’ Chestnut
Posted Thu, 20/02/2020 - 15:12
A Repair Café is coming to Havant this spring and is seeking volunteers before it opens its doors for the first time. Repair Cafés are community places where the public can bring items that need mending and work with a repair volunteer to get them working again. The aim is for the Havant
Posted Thu, 20/02/2020 - 15:10
For the sixth year Postcode Publications together with Havant Borough Council staff and councillors donated more than one hundred and thirty presents to the SDAS (Southern Domestic Abuse Service). The gifts were distributed to local children, who may not otherwise have anything to open at
Posted Thu, 20/02/2020 - 15:07
The NEHRA commissioned recent pantomime ‘Aladdin’ was a great success performing to full houses and raising over £700 to be split between 3 local charities. This annual pantomime written and produced by Fiona and Alan Bartlett was a sell-out for both performances and the cast of local
Posted Thu, 20/02/2020 - 15:06
This year’s Emsworth Arts Trail is set to be just as varied and exciting as ever.  With 99 Artists taking part in venues throughout the town, it promises to be two weekends full of a diverse and interesting range of art. “The Emsworth Arts Trail has certainly put the town on the map as a
Posted Thu, 20/02/2020 - 15:01