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Saturday 23rd Mar 2019

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Are you be interested in being part of a Repair Café project?

Postcode Publications will establish and fund a suitable venue for repairers to meet with those who seek repairs, and encourage the principal of using what we already have rather than throwing it away and buying new.

What is a Repair Café?
Repair Cafés are free read full article »

Thanks to the generous corporate social responsibly of Grainger and our advertisers, Postcode Publications community newspapers continue to publish local community news and events throughout the PO7 to PO11 postcode districts.

To keep our costs to a minimum so that we are able read full article »

The rain was falling and the wind was blowing.  It was a foul weather night but that did not stop the community of Waterlooville coming to the meeting in the Baptist Church to find out about developments in Waterlooville and listen to Councillor Tim Pike (deputy leader of Havant read full article »

Alan Westbrook Presents a Public Access Defibrillator to Louise Cassidy and Charlotte Heslop at Berewood School

Watch for a full monthly programme being presented by FLASH radio

MONTHLY CINEMA - 4th Thursday in the month - 7pm for 7.30pm at St Georges Hall, Waterlooville  - £6 ticket inc drink and treat!

CAR BOOT - First Sunday in month.  Starting 3 March  - 10am till 1pm

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Our last meeting of 2018 was an AGM, a Christmas Party, a Quiz  with a 'What's in your Garden today'? competition.

Members filled a table with items from their Garden's.  Geoff Southgate won with his Carrots, second was Carol Thomas with her Pumpkin and 3rd was Michael Pritchard read full article »

Denmead Junior School PO7 6PH

The Denmead Glow Ride at Denmead Junior School is a fun family event for everyone but has a serious message about being visible and safe while riding a bike.

There were over 50 riders for our first event on 28th December – a fantastic turnout and many very decoratively read full article »

£15,000 for ‘YES’ - Young Explorers Squad

Postcode Publications are pleased to have had the opportunity to provide a £15,000 fund for the 2019 YES project, to enable young students to learn essential skills to enhance their life experience.

The strategy is for YES pupils to make use of the Apex craft opportunities read full article »