The community of Emsworth once again celebrates St. George’s Day with its annual parade. The residents of Emsworth are rightly proud of their military neighbours on Thorney Island and St George’s Day gives residents and visitors the opportunity to show their gratitude to the men and read full article »
Villagers in Westbourne have launched a campaign to save local wildlife habitats and the endangered creatures living in them. They are calling on residents to look out for wildlife, and then log their sightings online.
This could provide vital evidence that local green spaces read full article »
When in you live in a community you try to give to give something back to that community – which is exactly what the ‘WemsFest SunFest 2019 Project’ ‘aims to do.
From Easter everyone in the area will be able to access packs of free Sunflower seeds, courtesy of organisers Carol read full article »
“Our club was started to improve the social well being of older men in the village… “. “We are now able to offer physical, mental and social well-being as part of our ongoing aim to improve the lives of our members.” This is an extract of an introductory welcome to thirty delegates read full article »
Emsworth Flower Club celebrated its 30th (Pearl) Anniversary at their Annual General Meeting in February. Elaine Hopcraft, Chairman, Christine Knights, President, and founder member, Janet Payne, incoming President cut an anniversary cake.
Elaine recollected in her report on the read full article »
Thank you to Postcode Publications readers who came in March to support my fourth annual constituency Jobs, Apprenticeships and Careers Fair.
We had more than 1,000 job seekers come on the day to find out more about what jobs and apprenticeships are on offer in our area, with read full article »
On Saturday 7th March Sandra Smith presented a Day School for the Havant WEA at The Spring on the topic: The Art of Photography. The audience enjoyed a pictorial treat as every aspect of photography discussed was illustrated with stunning images, in black and white and colour, ranging read full article »