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Thursday 20th Sep 2018

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Postcode Publications was formed in 2012 as a not for profit organisation to raise funds to help enterprising residents with their many ideas to deliver community benefits throughout the PO7 to PO11 postcode districts. Through the corporate support of major employers and advertisers we read full article »

Waterlooville Town centre celebrated summer with the Art trail, Classic Cars, Car Boot Sale, cinema and of course the bandstand!!

This year fifteen businesses displayed art from thirteen local schools. Amazing to see such talented youngsters. Maps showing the trail around the read full article »

Serving military personnel in Hampshire are being given extra help to get on – or move up – the housing ladder.

Barratt Developments is pledging its support to local armed forces by giving them access to a dedicated buying scheme.

It comes as the five-star house-builder read full article »

Matt Annalls site manager for Barratt at its Berewood Heath development at Waterlooville, has won the prestigious National House-Building Council (NHBC) Pride in the Job award for site quality, considered to be the “Oscar of the housebuilding industry”.

Now in their 38th year read full article »

At its June meeting members of Petersfield South Downs Probus Club (PSDPC) made a generous donation to a locally based Good Cause. A Cheque of £500 was presented to The King’s Arms as this year’s nominated beneficiary.

In the gardens of the Half Moon in Sheet, a cheque was read full article »

Critchley Architecture and Design are busy producing plans in conjunction with Postcode Publications, Bosmere Junior School and Hampshire County Council for a planning application for two phases of outstanding example of preservation and enhancement proposals for the long read full article »

Postcode Publications has pledged £1,500 towards fund-raising for renewal of the once moveable but now seized ‘Venentian blind’ type louvres to St Faiths bell-tower. They look tired against the renewed clock faces and the gleaming gilded weathervane restored with funding from Postcode read full article »

A chance discussion with Postcode Publications, Headteacher Chris Anders and Susan Parish - Business and Community Manager at Park Community School, brought to light a project to give disadvantaged pupils opportunities to explore and discover things that they might otherwise not get to read full article »