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Waterlooville in Bloom, School art trail, Bandstand and Summer Fête; it was all happening in Waterlooville this summer. Businesses across the town participated in Waterlooville in Bloom to brighten up the town centre. Some must have had very green fingers as there were some more
The seven institutes that form the South Downs Valley Group of WIs held their first ever group craft and produce show on Saturday 2nd September at St Georges Church Hall, Waterlooville. Mrs Pat Rowling, of Padnell Park WI, thought of the idea of a show during a conversation on a more
Waterlooville’s furry and feathered residents are set to receive a boost as five star housebuilder Barratt Homes joins forces with the RSPB to create wildlifefriendly areas at its new development in the town. Barratt Homes has committed to building wildlifefriendly habitats at more
It is good to know that the Havant mill wheel is being renovated. I have recently been in contact with Paul Enos Tucker, whose grandfather Enos Ames was the miller there in the early 20th century. Paul writes: "My maternal Grandfather, Enos Albert Ames (1871 to 1947), was the more
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Thank you to all the residents who came out to support my recent Havant Older Persons Information Fair. Next month, I’ll be hosting my Havant Small Business Awards, so make sure you pick-up the next Postcode Publications edition to see which of your favourite businesses won. more
After lobbying for better trains since being elected in 2015, MP Alan Mak has challenged the new operators of the Havant to London line to deliver on their promises of faster, better trains as they take over the franchise on 20 August. In their successful bid, First Group and more
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