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Thursday 24th May 2018

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Each year the Emsworth Business Association supports a local good cause which has included over the last few years the Rosemary Foundation, The Rowans Hospice and Stonepillow. The EBA chose as its local good cause for 2017 the two Emsworth Primary Schools – St James’ Primary .. read more »
November 11th is a major date in this year’s calendar because it is the anniversary of the end of the 1st World War. To commemorate this day in Southbourne, Men’s Shed, along with other groups are fund-raising to pay for commemorative plaques for each of the brave men from .. read more »
Cystic fibrosis is a rare inherited progressive condition, caused by a faulty gene which is carried by one in twenty-five of us. For over thirty years, a small group of parents, relatives and friends have met nearly every month, to support the aims of the national charity. Some .. read more »
At the Annual General Meeting held recently, the Chairman, John Moore, reflected on another successful year for The Probus Club of Havant. Numbers of members, and the Club’s finances, remained in a healthy position. Additional visits had been made to a number of local hostelries .. read more »
Hulky Bear Good day from your favourite out and about reporter at the Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre, Hulky Bear. I hope you all have had a fantastic Easter break. We have had lots of new rabbits and guinea pigs arrive at The Centre over the last few months. I thought to help them .. read more »
School children in Havant have had a chance to find out about careers in the construction industry thanks to David Wilson Homes. Students from The Cowplain School in Waterlooville, who have been attending a construction skills course at the Apex Centre run by Park Community .. read more »
I was walking in the bluebell woods behind the Denmead allotments early last summer with my golden retriever, Bentley, on a bright, beautiful sunny day and returned just a couple of days later.  What a difference, the weather turned stormy, and what with the darkening sky and .. read more »
First the back story…Thomas Till, born 1883,  was a farmer at Whichers Gate who emigrated to Australia – below are the family’s names on the passenger list of the Bendigo which sailed to Melbourne on 5th June 1926.  Madge Till was nine when she left Havant. She married in .. read more »