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Extract from Gillian Bishop’s booklet, A History of Havant Mills, which can be read on line at: The Domesday Survey of 1066 states that the manor of Havant had two mills; The Hundred of Bosmere reads: “and the other stood more
Staff from local house-builder Barratt Homes are touring Hampshire this Autumn in a bid to encourage young people to consider apprenticeships. The company, which employs apprentices across the region, hopes to inspire more school and college leavers to consider apprenticeships more
The first round of Rotary Young Chef Competition Club, was held at Park Community School, Saturday 11th November. Well done also to all the of the ten students who took part. They all produced the most amazing food - which the Judges enjoyed tasting. Congratulations go to the more
Anyone who privately rents a property will know the familiar bugbear of paying a security deposit before the Landlord will give you the keys. You may have received information about a ‘Deposit Protection Scheme’ but do you really understand what is happening to your money? Could more
From the Harp is a new social enterprise that is providing high quality interactive and meaningful activity to boost health and quality of life through harp playing. From the Harp is run by Alice McGarvie, a registered occupational therapist. Alice uses lightweight harps and more
Mindfulness is about living in the moment by paying attention to our thoughts and feelings, practicing letting them go and tuning into the present moment. In this way, we learn how to avoid re-rehashing the past or imagining the future, both of which are known to create a large more
Barratt Homes has taken on a brand-new apprentice in Hampshire as part of its commitment to nurturing local talent. The company has taken on 16-year-old Charlie Simmonds from Drayton as a carpentry apprentice at its Berewood Green development in Waterlooville. Working alongside more
For the first time ever, Havant Borough Council has been awarded an RSPCA Gold Community Animal Welfare Footprint Award for the way in which it handles stray dogs. The award recognises local authorities which have clear procedures in place to ensure both the welfare of stray more
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