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Sunday, 17th Jan 2021

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With support from Postcode Publications, Stewart Burns and Terry Hoy from HAMESH have once again made a fabulous bench from Sapele wood this time donated by Inskster’s timber... »
Work continues to prepare for the initial meeting of the Repair Cafe Havant as soon as possible following national regulations, at the Pallant Centre PO9 1BE. Please continue to... »
I know this has been for many a difficult year and as new national restrictions are introduced, I’m sure residents across the constituency will continue to make sacrifices in... »
Article from the Hayling Island Horticultural Society It has certainly been an interesting, and for many enlightening, year in the garden with so many more people turning to the... »
As wonderful as summer in the garden can be, it can really take its toll on the lawn. The heat of the sun, the lack of rainfall, the weight of the lawn mower being used more often... »
“It makes you realise how precious nature is” – families across region enjoy inspiring outdoors activity programme A new appreciation of our beautiful natural world was... »
After only twenty-one months of serving the Hayling, community the branch closed on the 16th October. During this time the branch Funeral Arranger Teresa Thompson has wholly... »
Emsworth owes its name to the river Ems now running dry according to a new environmental group. The group is set up to try and sustain the natural riparian habitat now in danger... »
Schoolchildren across the South East are set to benefit from a new learning programme and two grant schemes to help connect them with nature. The South Downs National Park... »
The historic Solent Sunbeam fleet, which boasts 97-year-old wooden keelboats through to brand-new GRP hulls, has experienced one of its best sailing seasons despite the shadow of... »
Suspension of Distribution Regrettably in view of the Government’s COVID-19 restrictions we are suspending distribution of the Havant Talking Newspaper. Strange that after 656... »
CORONAVIRUS 19 REGS APPLY HAMESH - the Havant Town Centre Men’s Shed - continues to attract new members.for activity or just companionship   Why not come along and meet us? See... »
Many of you might be interested in local transport history may like to read my new book about the tram line that ran from Cosham to Horndean. It was called the Horndean Light... »
Pauline Rowson is author of the Inspector Andy Horton crime novels, the Art Marvik thrillers and the 1950 set mystery series with Inspector Alun Ryga.  Her mystery novels are set... »
The Invincible wreck lay forgotten for nearly 250 years until Arthur’s net snagged its timbers. Excavation of this revolutionary eighteenth century warship wreck changed our... »
Staunton Country Park has offered such escapism for many over the last few months, but its charms continue to be revealed as the £3.5 million restoration to its landscape and... »
While lockdown restricts social activities in groups larger than six the Southbourne Men’s Shed Railway Group have been enjoying regular Chat Sessions to overcome loneliness and... »
Hulky Bear Hello from your favourite out and about reporter at the Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre, Hulky Bear. I wanted to start off with some lovely news that last month’s pet of... »