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Sunday 18th Mar 2018



Copy deadlines 1st of each publication month

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

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PO7 & PO8

We are pleased to help provide Horndean Camera Club with a new laptop and other photographic equipment to help them upgrade their projector capabilities used extensively by club members. Horndean Camera Club meet every Wednesday evening from September to May at Catherington Village Hall. The club celebrated their 60th anniversary last year and hold internal competitions with other local and national clubs. They have an active membership of seventy-four people ranging from novices, juniors and more
Why not contact us at to see how we might be able to help with your ideas and projects Postcode Publications was established six years ago to generate funds for community projects. Since 2012 we have supported many projects for community benefit throughout the PO7 to PO11 postcode districts. We do not employ anyone, relying on stories and information received from the community for our content. We are non-political, and have no affiliation to any political party more

PO9 & PO10

From home studios to community halls, businesses, sailing clubs and churches, artists will open their doors to art lovers on its popular annual arts trail. Nearly all venues are located within a mile of Emsworth’s town centre. By walking or cycling, visitors can look forward to meeting artists and have a chance to purchase their work. “A full spectrum of mediums and styles including painting, printmaking, photography, furniture making, weaving, wood-turning, ceramics, jewellery and textile art more
Ensuring the area’s economy remains strong continues to be my top priority in 2018, and there’s much to be positive about. Locally, unemployment is lower than the national average and those claiming out of work benefits has fallen by half since 2010. Last year, I visited upgraded sites at Colt, Kenwood and FatFace, who opened a brand new distribution centre at Dunsbury Hill Farm. All of these are employing hundreds of local people, as well as contributing towards a strong national picture with more

PO9 & PO11

Friendly, Havant choir, Folks in Harmony, have donated £1,500 to 3 local charities. The money was raised at their 2 concerts held last year, in the summer and at Christmas as well as at various carol singing gigs in December. The mixed, a cappella choir presented the money to the charities concerned at their annual party night, held in February because they couldn’t fit it in last December! Charity representatives were invited to come along to the event and the choir member responsible for more
Havant Schools sweep the board in the ROTARY YOUNG CHEF COMPETITION SECOND ROUND. Winners compete from across East Hampshire SIX students, their families, teachers, Rotarians and judges gathered for the second stage of the Young Chef Competition on the morning of Saturday 20th January. All six were winners of the first round held recently at Park Community College. There were three students from the Havant Schools area and three students from Gosport Schools. Competitors are between the ages of more