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Joseph Biden's parents, Mary Elizabeth (née Robinette) Biden (1894–1943) and Joseph Harry Biden (1893–1941) an oil businessman from Baltimore, Maryland, were of English, French,... »
The newly formed Staunton Park Men’s Shed officially opened its doors on 1st June. The founder members are indebted to Tim Speller, MSc HND (Agric) Dip M, the Country Parks... »
Could it be true that President Biden’s Westbourne family heritage  is connected with Gosport’s old Biden’s Brewery? According to local historian Jenny Bishop: “It could be that... »
The Repair Café Havant finally opened its doors at the Pallant Centre for a soft trial run on July 3 and what a successful event it was with many items brought for repair by... »
No matter your faith, it’s important to take breaks from our busy lives for periods of reflection. That’s why I was delighted to recently organise the first ever Havant... »
We hope you are all enjoying the results of your gardening efforts and rather than suggest more jobs you could be doing in our garden, we thought you would like to hear how our... »
Dealing with the destructive effects of honey fungus in gardens is now one of the most frequent call out tasks for stump grinding specialists with owners facing no real... »
INTRODUCTION While many people do not want to consider the implications of getting older or, even less, dying, these are unavoidable events and it is important to plan so that our... »
CPRE Hampshire, the countryside charity, are behind a new campaign to help save the humble hedgerow, acknowledging the vital contribution hedgerows make to the health and... »
Access to water during a heatwave is something most of us in the local area are fortunately able to take for granted. However, when a water main burst on Sunday 18th July, the... »
Main hall (11 metres by 10 metres) Chairs and tables for 80 people Accessible toilets and baby-changing facilities Kitchen with crockery and cutlery Private garden and parking... »
A new pledge from a regional co-operative has led to further funding being available for small, local businesses to boost apprenticeship activity across the Solent, raising the... »
How often have you jumped in the car to head to the beach – only to find the beach is bulging with people when you get there … well not anymore! The Beach Check UK App is... »
An impressive 22 Solent Sunbeams ventured from Chichester Harbour to Cowes Classic Week, making them the second largest fleet at the event and the class’s largest turnout at the... »


Who are we and what do we do? u3a is open to anyone who is no longer in full time-employment and those who have retired. Hayling Island u3a is organised into interest groups,... »
The government set out national requirements in emerging Local Plans for councils to identify a rolling five-year supply of new housing supply, and Havant Borough Council received... »
A story based on a real life mystery from the 1970s It all started with that grisly crime 500 years earlier … Bob Bennett had never been superstitious: if there were such things... »
Emsworth-based environmental charity the Final Straw Foundation called on volunteers to get involved as it celebrated its first official beach clean up post-Covid. Over 55... »
Emsworth Arts Trail is back for 2021 with a new date in the Calendar!  There is extra reason to celebrate the return of the trail this year- it’s 20 years since the first Emsworth... »
The Hayling Island Community Centre Association (HICCA) received financial support from Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes – just in time for the post-pandemic recovery. The... »
An exciting competition has launched to celebrate the things we can all do to give wildlife a helping hand. The South Downs National Park Authority wants to hear from people who... »
Acting as an executor come with responsibilities, especially when it comes to selling the property of the estate which often is the most valuable asset in the estate. -The first... »