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Friday 19th Jul 2019

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The end is in sight for the construction of Man's Shed after three years.

We are now in the process of fitting it out which is very exciting because we can see light at the end of a tunnel.

We have received funding from the small lottery fund for £10,000 for the read full article »

Havant volunteers were rewarded for their hard work and dedication at the borough’s volunteer awards.

Shortlisted volunteers from across the borough received their awards at the Plaza.

Six awards were presented to local heroes who had shown dedication to their role and read full article »

Hayling’s community First Responders provided first aid cover at the 6th June D-Day memorial event at the COPP.  Long serving responder Rosie Raines was present as a guest, centre of picture, in her other role as local councillor, as HRH Duke of Gloucester laid a plaque to mark the read full article »

Alan Westbrook of Postcode Publications hands over two picnic tables to Richard Hiscock on behalf of Hampshire Farm Meadows Community Orchard.

Postcode Publications match funded the cost of the tables.

Alan said: “we are very pleased to donate monies for this project and read full article »

Following Postcode Publications’ donation to match fund the Westbourne Primary School PTA (WPS) to purchase a Greenpower car, work is well underway by enthusiastic students to build the Goblin car.

Letter sent to parents

We have been lucky enough to secure funding read full article »

After hearing news that the Greenpower boxes had arrived, the specially chosen Westbourne Goblin Electric car team gathered for their first meeting on Monday 13th May 2019. The ecstatic children were buzzing to open the boxes, the time had finally come…

The first cut was made; read full article »

This flower bed sits in a gateway position coming into Emsworth from the east and was originally planted more than 30 years ago and since that time has been neglected and overgrown. It is the responsibility of the county council and whilst they said it was outside their current read full article »

Since its inception in 2014, the Emsworth British Food Fortnight has become a much loved and tremendously successful showcase for both Emsworth itself and both local and regional produce. The event won national recognition when it was winner of the Harvest Heroes Competition in 2014 - read full article »