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Tuesday 11th Dec 2018

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Postcode Publications has donated £5,000 to Park Community School to fund the YES community project to give disadvantaged pupils opportunities to explore and discover things that they might otherwise not get to experience - as reported to our previous edition - see it on line at: www. read full article »

Our Final Straw Solent branded Chilly's reusable water bottle is brilliant. Keep cold drinks cold for up to twenty-four hours. Hot drinks stay hot up to twelve hours. The bottles are made from durable, high-grade 304 stainless steel, for both the inside and outside walls.

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…to win cash prizes!

Postcode Publications has teamed up with the Havant Rotary Club to launch an exciting new competition aimed at Young Photographers.

There are a few rules to follow so that all entrants can be judged fairly!  Quite simply all you have to produce is a portfolio of three read full article »

Final Straw Solent are offering them at nearly cost price, so £13.50 for the 500ml (RRP £20) and £17 for the larger 750ml (RRP £25), because they want as many people as possible to stop using single-use plastic bottles!

They will keep your drink cold for twenty-four hours, or read full article »

Report on my work locally and in Westminster

As an active local MP, my support for local schools, charities, community groups, businesses and voluntary organisations is often the most visible part of my work. The big community events I organise myself are well-known too – my annual Jobs & Apprentices Fair, Small Business read full article »

weekend at Emsworth Food Fortnight was very much the centre piece of this years event and as George Bernard Shaw once said “There is no sincerer love than the love of food". Well in Emsworth over the weekend you could literally taste the love! There were a huge amount of events to read full article »

Opportunities for volunteering in the Havant area are growing by the day, and so for a day in September Community First were delighted to welcome some help from
a fantastic group of volunteers from CIA Alarms, based in Waterlooville.

Community First are keen to read full article »

SSE (Scottish and Southern Energy) helped to develop young people’s employability skills and at the same gained a valuable insight into their marketing of apprenticeships to young people.

SSE hosted a unique programme with EBP South for a group of students from Park Community read full article »