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What a birthday celebration! The Waterlooville Monthly cinema, organised by volunteers from the Waterlooville Events team, celebrated its 2nd birthday in style. The film for the evening was Bohemian Rhapsody and the audience of over 100 people thoroughly enjoyed it as well as read full article »

Purbrook Horticultural Society held their Annual Spring show on March 24th and normally that day heralds snow, rain and/or Hurricane force winds but, not this year! We awoke to beautiful bright sunshine, with a temperatures normally associated with May or June, meaning that the read full article »

Report on my work locally and in Westminster

I was delighted to welcome pupils from Purbrook Park School to Westminster recently for a tour of the House of Commons.

Residents can also come on a free tour of Parliament, and I will be running several trips in the summer directly from Havant to London. For more information read full article »

Postcode Publications plan to support and sponsor the Greenpower Education Trust who provide a perfect platform for young people to work with employers.

Greenpower projects give positive inspiration about the world of work and meaningful dialogue about careers in industry, read full article »

Postcode Publications is pleased to report that the renewal project is now fully funded following their donation reported in PO9&PO11 Edition 41- page nine - see it on line at: www.postcodepublications.com

Thanks go to the generosity of the church congregation, CCLrs Ray read full article »

After three years of fund raising, the Hayling Island Men’s Shed is one step closer to fruition.

Foundations have been completed, on the site behind the United Reform Church in Mengham, to be followed shortly by erection of the Shed.

An unanticipated high quote to read full article »

For twenty five years, Havant Borough Talking News has been providing free audio recordings of local news for blind and partially sighted people.

The charity started out with no premises and very little funding, but with the dedication and perseverance of a determined group of read full article »