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Saturday 23rd Mar 2019

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Village Voices of Emsworth are proud to announce our Spring Concert to be held at the Emsworth Baptist Church.  

An evening of popular and enjoyable music to raise money for an Emsworth based charity - The Right to Work who provide appropriate and sustainable work opportunities read full article »

Spring is an explosion of colour and texture, and Havant-based craft charity Making Space is offering two very different opportunities to explore these aspects of nature through craft this March.

Those who love the brilliant, bright colours of flowers in bloom should head along read full article »

The show, on March 2, will feature an all-in American Rumble, in which the wrestlers can only be eliminated by being thrown out of the ring over the top rope, and the last man left standing is the winner.

Top UK matchmakers Premier Promotions, who are presenting the event, have read full article »

Even representatives of the NHS are saying that community groups could be more benefit than any medicine to help with the well-being of patients. Exercise and art were two activities mentioned. If perhaps joining an art group would be of interest to you then please come along to one of read full article »

A community cycling group meeting monthly for manageable Saturday rides.

The programme for the next two months is:

9th March to Compton

6th April to Queen Elizabeth Country Park

All rides are at a moderate speed  starting from the Westbrook Centre in Tempest read full article »

Saturday 6th April - 2pm - 4.30pm, entry 50p children free.2pm at Tuppenny Barn, Southbourne, PO10 8EZ

Plant Fair and Children's Gardening Competitions Schedules available in local churches and community halls. Or contact

Children can bring read full article »

Havant Symphony Orchestra is celebrating the life of its founder Peter Craddock, who died in 2017, with a special concert at Oaklands School in Waterlooville on Sunday 3 March - starting at 2.30pm.

Peter started teaching in the late 1950s at the newly-created Havant Grammar read full article »

In the 1980s a young woman searches through her mother’s attic whilst helping her move to a new home.  She is surprised to find a book in German called Der Rattenfanger – The Rat-catcher, the story we know as the Pied Piper of Hamlyn.

Over the course of this moving play she read full article »