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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. With the corporate support of major employers and advertisers we read full article »

The lantern parade with the children holding their lanterns which they had made at the free workshops in the weeks before the day, arrived by the Christmas tree led by the Horndean Marching band.

What an exciting December in Waterlooville! The sun shone on the day of the read full article »

Report on my work locally and in Westminster

I was delighted to recently attend the excellent Purbrook and Widley Area Residents Association (PAWARA) Information Fayre.

Along with local councillors from the Purbrook and Stakes area, we were able to discuss with residents a range of local and national issues.

There read full article »

The photo was taken after the mammoth task of four months work of collecting shoe boxes and the items to fill each box . These consisted of the basics like toothpaste,soap and flannels, woollen hats and scarves .Then the fun items of sweets, toys, colouring pencils and crayons . This read full article »

Twenty-four members and partners recently spent a lovely day at Goodwood House. We began with an interesting and informative talk and tour of the house which was quite splendid, made even better by the lovely warm and sunny late autumn day. This was followed by a delicious afternoon read full article »

Can you help find missing Waterlooville man Mathew Bone?

Matthew 26. is white, 5ft 7in, slim with brown hair, blue and grey eyes. He is reported missing since 9th March 2018

He is thought to have been in the Malvern Hills area on Thursday the 8th of March and to have spent time in the village of Callow End on Friday the 9th of March. read full article »

Acclaimed lecturer and London guide, Ian Swankie, has taken his talk on the celebrated British artist Grayson Perry, to Art Societies across Australia. On the 8th November, he brought it to the Arts Society Portsdown where members were entertained to a hugely stimulating, informative read full article »

Charity seeks crafty youngsters to get involved with a free project funded by The Big Lottery

In September, Making Space, a unique craft charity in Havant, launched a brand new project called A Space To Make: Youth. Funding from The Big Lottery was awarded to the charity to provide free after school creative sessions for 10-14 year old children.

In a period of time when read full article »