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Tuesday 11th Dec 2018

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Alan Westbrook was thrilled to donate £700 on behalf of Postcode Publications towards new play equipment at Berewood Primary School which included the fabulous pirate ship pictured below.

August in Waterlooville finished with a flourish at the Waterlooville Summer fete. Yes, the drizzle started the day, or was it just low cloud?!, but it did not deter the community who came out to enjoy the entertainment on offer. The Big Noise Samba Band led the way to the Arena with read full article »

The annual Purbrook Horticultural Society Summer Show, held at Crookhorn College showed that despite the atrocious growing conditions, members managed to put on a spectacular display.

This year showed an increase in new exhibitors showcasing their talents which resulted in some read full article »

Winners of the Quiz held at the Garden Club Social: Pete Brown, Elizabeth Austin, Ivan Austin, Mary Pritchard and Michael Pritchard

Alan Westbrook hands over new Public Access Defibrillators donationated by Postcode Publications to (left to right) Janet Barredell and Mike Evans at St James Church Hall, Emsworth, and Fred Duncannon at Stansted Farm Shop

Report on my work locally and in Westminster

During the last few months I have been working hard to secure the future of the Emsworth Victoria Cottage Hospital (EVCH).

Progress has been made since I found out without warning that the site was being placed for sale on the open market.

After a number of phone calls, read full article »

Critchley Architecture and Design are busy producing plans in conjunction with Postcode Publications, Bosmere Junior School and Hampshire County Council for a planning application for two phases of outstanding example of preservation and enhancement proposals for the long established read full article »

Postcode Publications has pledged £1,500 towards fund-raising for renewal of the once moveable but now seized ‘Venentian blind’ type louvres to St Faiths bell-tower. They look tired against the renewed clock faces and the gleaming gilded weathervane restored with funding from Postcode read full article »