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Friday 24th Jan 2020

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Following on from the phenominal success of the Portsmouth Repair Café  started by Clare Seek, a meeting was held on the 30th November at the Meridian Shopping Centre in Havant to gauge interest in forming a similar arrangement in Havant -  and who knows if Emsworh, Hayling Island, read full article »

It is not that uncommon these days for senior citizens to write a book, but they almost always chronicle the author’s life. Gareth Davies is different. As a latter day septuagenarian he has just publish his first book of seven fictional stories entitled simply “A collection of short read full article »

Following the footsteps of Postcode Publications who have purchased and instlled eighteen defibrillators throughout the PO7 to PO11 postcode districts, a new public access defibrillator with the potential to save lives has been installed at The Old Flour Mill in Queen Street, Emsworth read full article »

The journey continues at Westbourne Primary on STEM education with some new recruits from year 5 joining the eco car team after last years, year 6 stars, graduated to secondary school, with their newly learnt skills curtsey of Postcode Publications generous donation.

Last year’s read full article »

Postcode Publications will support match funding and seek to attract sponsorship for any community group or individual wanting to see trees planted in the PO7 to PO11 postcode districts.

Do you have an idea of where trees should be planted? Even one is better than none.

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Sharon Swan has achieved a personal ambition and created a historic moment as she passed the assessment to become a D-Class Helm, the first female helm at the Hayling RNLI Lifeboat Station in 103 years of lifesaving.

Sharon has lived on Hayling all her life. As a child she used read full article »

On Saturday 16th November 2019 a large audience enjoyed a WEA Day School at the Spring Arts and Heritage Centre in Havant. The lecturer, Mike Grundy, gave a full and informative background to Russian history leading to the Art of the Metro. Many of the Russian leaders mentioned were read full article »

Havant’s local talking newspaper  for blind and visually impaired people recently received a cheque from Waitrose, for £240 in their token scheme.

Havant Talking News is a small charity serving the Havant borough area. Any contribution helps with running costs and read full article »