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Thursday 14th Nov 2019

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Publications of all titles on or about 16th of: February, April, June, August, October and December

Current Editions

PO7 & PO8

  • The sun shone as the volunteers gathered for the summer fete.  As stallholders and commercial vehicles started to arrive the heavens opened.  The rain was torrential.  The paths were flooded and the volunteers with no rain protection were soaked but the vehicles kept arriving and the rain kept .. read more »
  • We were so lucky at Catherington WI to have someone with connections with the Royal Navy and because of this we had the rare chance to go to the Royal Marines school of music for a personal recital and a tour around the school just for our WI. We were allocated two outings so that all our members .. read more »

PO9 & PO10

  • A team of 8 pupils, 4 boys and 4 girls, have been set the task to build and race an electric car. Each year a new team is selected to race and this years future stars are over the moon at the opportunity to show their work at local famous race track, Goodwood, in the new year. In addition to the .. read more »
  • Wow, has ‘Nellie’ been a busy fish since she was born back in June. Back in March 2019 Portsmouth Grammar School got in touch with us to create a project to highlight plastic pollution for their enrichment week. After some initial meetings with teachers and students, The Final Fat Fish was planned .. read more »

PO9 & PO11

  • WE EXIST TO RAISE FUNDS, PROVIDE A PLATFORM FOR THE COMMUNITY, AND HELP REALISE WORTHWHILE PROJECTS. FOR OVER SEVEN YEARS WE HAVE SUPPORTED MANY LOCAL ORGANISATIONS TO DEVELOP IDEAS THAT BENEFIT THE COMMUNITY INWHICH THEY LIVE. wE ARE ThE LARGEST SiMiLARLy CIRCULATED FREE NEWSPAPER IN THE PO7 TO .. read more »
  • Forgotten your reusable bag? Don’t worry, you can just borrow one. Plastic pollution is a hot topic on everybody’s lips at the moment along with the climate crisis our planet is facing. Our oceans are filling, at the rate of a full bin lorry of plastic waste every second, and there being no sign of .. read more »