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Matt Bishop says his friend frantically dug him out of rubble at the Crown Hotel in Alton.
It is hoped the research will enable scientists to learn more about where the men were from.
Onecom could not explain where it got the data used to send the texts about mobile upgrades.
Guards and drivers at three rail companies will hold strikes on 30 May, the RMT union confirms.
The hand was found by a dog after washing up on an Isle of Wight beach.
PO7 & PO8
Waterlooville Music Festival week, now in its 12th year, opens on Saturday 10th June with ‘Market Place Music’. Throughout the day, a huge variety of music being performed by numerous musicians in various locations throughout the town centre. During the Festival week, there are events throughout the day and evening. Piano recitals over morning coffee, Melodic Jazz and Cornish Cream Teas, lunchtime recitals and concerts, Handbell and African Drum workshops, concerts by local schools. It’s a ...read more
Lives are likely to be saved following the installation of a new defibrillator in Waterlooville. It is located on the side of the St George’s Church Hall in St George’s Walk. Defibrillators can be used by anyone in the community to help treat a individual suffering from a sudden cardiac arrest. By dialling 999 in the usual way, the emergency services provide a code to access the equipment (as well as giving instructions on its use). The project was only possible because of a grant provided by ...read more
PO9 & PO10
A major Postcode Publications donation to the community of £18,500 to provide eleven new Public Accree Defibrillators (PADs) for distribution thoughout PO7 to PO11 postcodes, with THREE IN EMSWORTH. The South Central Ambulance Charity (SCAC) will select high priority locations to place the PADs and maintain them, to include the Community Orchard by Redlands Grange. Everyone in encouraged to familiarise themselves with operation of these life-saving devices. As detailed in our last edition (see ...read more
The famous Dolls’ house is the inspiration for an exhibit that explores the fascinating world of all things miniature. Join us as we shine a light on our collection, bring the dolls’ house to life, and hear the role that the dolls’ house played in life at Uppark with a themed programme of events, from talks and trails to children’s activities. For more information go to What’s On at https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/uppark-house-and-garden
PO9 & PO11
Countryside conservation charity, CPRE Hampshire (the Campaign to Protect Rural England) launched this year’s Countryside Awards on 22nd March at Braishfield Pantry near Romsey, a community shop and café and a finalist in 2016. Now in their 11th year, the Countryside Awards celebrate a beautiful and thriving Hampshire countryside that everyone can value and enjoy. CPRE Hampshire Chairman, Dee Haas said: “The Countryside Awards are here to highlight good practice within rural communities and in ...read more
On behalf of the committee at Hayling Island Community Centre, I would like to say an enormous thank you to every single person who has bought a brick as part of our fund-raising scheme for the extension. The scheme opened in January 2015, and closed at the end of April 2017, with Postcode Publications donating the remaining £5,000 for the last “Golden Brick”. Our initial aim was to raise £10,000 by selling bricks at £10 each. This turned out to be a huge under estimation, and we are stunned ...read more