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Train drivers suspend their walkouts, with a full timetable in place on Tuesday, company says.
A police force allocates more than £1m to improve a 'shambolic' finance and management system.
Welsh sailor Alex Thomson reduces Frenchman Armel le Cleac'h's lead in the Vendee Globe race to 40 miles as the finish looms.
A man appears in court charged with causing the death of a three-year-old girl by dangerous driving.
A van driver who was jailed for killing a cyclist while texting loses his appeal to have his sentence cut.
PO7 & PO8
Berewood Primary School held a coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. The School, along with their Parent Teachers Association and with the help of their pupils, opened their hall to the community and raised £510 for this worthwhile cause. Local Macmillan representative Miss Kim Appleby visited Berewood Primary School on Friday 21st October and joined Mrs Sue Patrick, Head Teacher, in an assembly where the cheque was presented to her by Mrs Donna Smallman, one of the Reception ...read more
Citizens Advice Winchester District (CAWD) is working with Winchester City Council (WCC) and the Job Centre Plus to support local people impacted by new welfare reform, and in particular, the benefit cap which will impact some local households from 7th November 2016 as they see benefits cut. ‘Make Money Work’ is a new project created by CAWD and WCC to offer a sustainable and supportive solution to those people adversely impacted by the benefit changes. A dedicated CAWD Money Coach will provide ...read more
PO9 & PO10
Yes, Woosters is different. An elegant, Parisian-style café by day, refined restaurant and music destination by night. Set in the historic surroundings of picturesque Emsworth renowned for its beauty and its love of food, the location in South Street is steeped in history. The old buildings have been painstakingly restored with works of art, period furniture and a decor that is simply stunning. Woosters sets the stage at night serving fine food with carefully selected live music, lighting and ...read more
People in Emsworth and Westbourne are planning to double the size of their new community orchard. Eight more apple trees, sponsored by local residents, were planted at the Hampshire Farm Meadows site, off Westbourne Road, Emsworth on 3 December. The orchard, set up by environmental group Greening Westbourne, already has 16 trees. Another eight will be planted in February, bringing the total to 32. A dozen residents from Emsworth and Westbourne have sponsored trees to be planted on the site, ...read more
PO9 & PO11
One parent, who brings her two-year-old daughter to the café, said: “It means we can have a nice chat and drink our coffee while it’s actually hot! It’s nice to come here and for the children to have a chance to play, rather than having to just sit still.” Another mum to two very small children said “It’s brilliant. It’s somewhere where the kids can be occupied. I live in Cosham and there’s nowhere there like this either.” Another very happy customer told us: “It looks fantastic, even down to ...read more
The Rowlands Castle Association presenting a cheque for £529.86 to purchase two tents and ground sheets to Jane Beverage unit leader of 2nd Rowlands Castle guides for their over night activities. Twelve guides will be going on their first adventure in February 2017 where guides from all over will meet up at Foxlease near the new forest. The Rowlands Castle Association are very pleased to have done this, and hope they all have a great experience.