Copy deadlines 1st of each publication month
Publications of all titles on or about 16th of: February, April, June, August, October and December
Rare recordings of eccentric pioneering radio DJ Kenny Everett broadcast on local radio in Portsmouth in the 1970s are discovered.
A full, uninterrupted view of Henry VIII's flagship, the Mary Rose, unveiled following a £5.4m museum revamp.
Three people are charged with affray after an alleged attack on taxi drivers on the Isle of Wight.
Two boys are arrested on suspicion of setting fire to a Victorian cemetery chapel in Hampshire.
A 13ft-deep hole that opened up above an active sewer causes widespread disruption to trains in south London.
PO7 & PO8
8.30pm start (doors open 8.00pm) Entry: £10.00 (£8.00 members, £5.00 under 18s and students) For reservations phone: 023 9263 2719 or email: email@example.com Web: http://www.hambledon-hants.com/Hambledon%20Folk%20Club.htm Drinks: From the Vine pub next door or bring your own. Tea and coffee available First time to Hambledon for The Longest Johns who come highly recommended by regulars who have seen them elsewhere. The Longest Johns is a four-man, a Capella folk music band from ...read more
PO9 & PO10
Emsworth geared up to celebrate the Queens 90th Birthday with a Community Street Party on Sunday 12th June. The Queen turned 90 on April 21, but her official birthday is in June - this year it fell on Saturday June 11 and the finale of the official celebrations was a giant street party on the Mall. The nation’s focus may have been on the celebrations in the Mall - with tickets at £150 each, but in Emsworth it was all about celebrating as a community. Emsworth’s St. Peters’ Square was closed off ...read more
Summer’s arrival has seen no let-up in my work around the constituency or in Parliament. I’ve led the political campaign to keep Hayling Island’s Household Waste and Recycling Centre open. After I chaired a meeting between councillors, residents’ petition organiser Allison Wiltshire, and Hampshire County Council’s Environment Chief Cllr Rob Humby, I’m confident they can now make a more informed decision over the tip’s future. I also enjoyed presenting the prizes for a second year running to ...read more
PO9 & PO11
The Harbour Pipes and Drums Band brought residents out across Denvilles and Warblington to mark the Queen's 90th birthday and celebrate the public opening of the Stride Community Centre on 11 June. The Centre is available now as an attractive meeting place for people living in the area, alongside the new housing estates at Manor Farm and Nursery Fields. dancers, the Emsworth Concert Band, Angel Radio and dance groups. The event gave neighbours the chance to meet each other and to take up new ...read more
Picnic in the Park was inspired by The Big Lunch initiative from the Eden Project in Cornwall. The aim is to get as many people as possible across the local community to have lunch with their neighbours annually in June in a simple act of community, friendship and fun. We would like to thank Postcode Publications for their generous donation in support of this community event. ‘PO9 Pioneers’ Barney and Sara Barron invited members of the community to come together for the first of what aims to be ...read more