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the solent malevoice choir had a busy may it all started with a lunchtime concert in st faith’s church, havant. the concert, on may 4th, was in aid of the st faith’s Big Build fund. on 19th may, smvc sang for the petersfieldwelsh society the concert was originally planned to celebrate the society’s 50th anniversary but had to be postponed for two years due to the pandemic the suitably predominantlywelsh concert, with several songs actually sung inwelsh, was well received by the society’s members and guests on 24th may, back at st faith’s church, the choir joined up with the children of Bosmere Junior school choir for a joint concert in aid of both the st faith’s Big Build fund and the sands neonatal Bereavement chairty fifty children performed beautifully, in note

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Send your questions to:hello@digitaldinos co uk hi carl and reece my company's website is nearly five years old, and i'm wondering whether it's time to update it.what would you suggest? regards wendythink of your website as a shop window - the more interesting and engaging it is the more people will want to 'come in' and browse By updating imagery and key messages on a regular basis, you'll be encouraging people to return to seek out further offers.themed displays can be an effective way of increasing traffic at peak times (christmas, easter, halloween). calls to action should be sufficiently appealing: 'click here for a 15% discount on your 1st order!' Here are a few other considerations: highlight what makes your business unique; couple this messaging with a strong visual identity to help visitors understand why they should purchase from you. analyse your website traffic to see which pages, links and images people are clicking on; delete any copy that doesn't motivate people to readison.your bounce rate high? this is a crucial metric to monitor, as if this figure is over 60% all content will need to be reviewed to identify the reasons why people are clicking away so soon! no one is interested in old news, so it's important to audit each webpage on a scheduled basis. out-of-date information won't just affect the profit margin - it will damage your brand's reputation for accuracy and professionalism. lastly, update the plug in, theme and core files on your website regularly (every week is advisable) to protect it from being hacked. good luck! the heart of hayling Boxing academy is proud to have been awarded the Queens award forvoluntary services following an extensive and in depth assessment by the deputy lord lieutenant of hampshire oliver crosthwaite-eyre earlier this is the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the uk, the award aims to recognize outstanding work by local volunteer groups to benefit their communities, being created in 2002 to celebrate the Queens golden Jubilee the academy is believed to be the only volunteer group from hayling island to receive this prestigious award and is a tribute to all the hard work of the coaches and support staff of the academy since its formation in 2018. not only do the coaches give their time to the boxing academy, but during the initial covid pandemic delivered over 16,000 medical prescriptions across the island over a period of 6 months. a summer literacy school was run during the pandemic to assist youngsters finding difficulty coping with the lockdown. the academy is a true community group that could not exist without the unstinting support of its trustees, the hayling community centre, local businesses including hayling print, hayling fruiterers,the hayling herald,the hayling trader,the lions club, Beach road garage,accountark, hayling Bookshop, Barretts engraving, mengham co-op, hayling community centre, Q shillingford of the heart of portsmouth, and countless individuals. all these organizations and individuals can be proud that their input has contributed to this recognition and they share in this Queens award forvoluntary service

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a lovely sunny day in may saw half a dozen riders take a gentle ride to Bosham for morning coffee we started from the spring in central havant and rode out along the converted railway line, the 'Billy track' to emerge by the level crossing with the real railway and turned right along school lane to the level crossing at southleigh road.after a short while we were able to cross onto a shared pedestrian and cycle track beside the road all the way to the horndean road and then rejoin southleigh all the way through to westbourne this road is fairly light traffic and so westbourne village itself needs a bit of care because the parked cars on one side mean that most days traffic reduces to single file not really a problem but it enables us to admire the architecture if we have to stop passing through westbourne we turned into white chimney row with its half timbered houses and thatched roofs which make a lovely contrast from the more modern buildings around and made us feel we were really in the country, as indeed we were as soon as we turned the corner into old farm lane where this wooded lane runs parallel to the a27 riders could hear traffic seeming to come up behind us but our lane was empty the road flows on to woodmancote with the woodmancote arms, itself a popular destination for cyclists, opposite the unusual church constructed of corrugated iron and one of a series known as 'tin tabernacles'. we rode on past some undulations in the road known as 'switchback' after the nearby farm until at hambrook the south coast cycle route has a left and right junction. here, at the beginning of may there is often the smell of wild garlic growing in the verge, and a little further on wisteria hanging over a wall.then just after the string of edith cottages we turned right to see one of my favourite vistas of the open fields looking out towards west ashling, but carried on to cross the stream and join clay lane until we saw the sign for Bosham. a right turn into ratham lane leads down over the busy a27 to the railway crossing at Bosham station and the village crate at Broadbridge farm. the crate is a cafe formed from a couple of shipping containers cleverly converted. on this sunny sunday it was very busy with motorists, motorcyclists as well as cyclists, but we had our refreshments at a couple of tables together we took a direct route back along the a259 which may sound horrendous but peeled off to go home directly and another stopped at the farm shop for some watercress, then it was emsworth and the cycle underpass at warblington and back to school lane where we had started about two hours earlier, and all parted to go our separate ways. a pleasant ride in good company at an easy pace and wonderful sunshine. A Bike ride to Bosham from mike skiffins

By mike skiffins, portsmouth ctc cycle cliniccycle clinic my final summary of the changes to the highway code is about group riding .the rule concerned is no 66, and is of interest because motorists, and i am one, can get frustrated by a large group of cyclists 'blocking' what they see as 'their' road in truth, roads belong to all of us, pedestrians , cyclists, and motorists as well as freight and transport vehicles, too the old rule said that cyclists should never ride more than two abreast, and single file on narrow roads, among other exceptions.thenew rule is clearer and says what is true to all of us, that we need to be considerate of the needs of other road users when riding in groups.you can ride two abreast, and it goes on to explain that it can be safer to do so , particularly in larger groups which would take too long to overtake if they were strung out in single file, or when accompanying children or less experienced riders who are better by having an outside rider to protect them. groups should also be aware of drivers behind them and many clubs adopt the habit of the rider at the back calling out “car Back” to alert the rest of the group to allow vehicles to overtake by moving into single file or stopping at a lay-by or farm gate as soon as it is possibleasimilar shout of “car up” is sometimes called to alert fellow riders on narrow roads if there is an oncoming vehicle when any natural tendency for riders to have spread out needs to be reined in or 'tidied up'. our cartoon, borrowed again from cycling uk illustrates how a short, compact, group of cyclists is easier to pass than a long string, and also how a child is better safeguarded (and also controlled) by having an adult ridingevalongsideencyclists riding alone need to bear in mind other traffic, not only because of the code but for their own safety and to avoid annoying other roadifusers.theyare riding in the preferred position where they are easily visible to following traffic then they should move over to the left if faster traffic comes up behind them, but it adds 'if it you can do so safely' there are many reasons why it may not be safe, potholes and drains are the most obvious, but if the road is narrow or there is a traffic island in the middle of the road, then to 'encourage ' traffic to overtake just there may not be wise a car may be able to squeeze by but the wind caused by its passing can seriously unbalance even an experienced rider of course, just because the highway code has changed doesn't mean that everyone will comply overnight, but the fuss that has been caused by some people misinterpreting these rules mean that it has come much more to the public's attention than might otherwise have happened Highway code changes

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View toward Firle from Mount Caburn by Derry Robinson near, far wherever you are, can you take an amazing picture of the national park? stunning views of landscape, wildlife and cultural heritage are being sought as the national park’s photography competition returns for 2022 with the exciting theme of “near and far”. Judges will be looking for breathtaking images that capture close-up views of the national park, showcasing the beauty of South Downs Park Photography Competition nature in intricate detail. photographers are also invited to snap dramatic expansive views of the landscape that show off the size, scale and majesty of the south downs landscape, whether it be hills, valleys, sky, rivers, woodlands, towns and villages, or historical buildings. photographers may be able to combine both “near and far”, but the scope is broad and all entries will be considered on their russell and Bromley has donated more than 41,000 pairs of children’s shoes to national family charity home-start uk in an incredible package of kindness towards parents managing tight budgets. the shoes have been distributed to hundreds of families across the uk, including parents via home start hampshire charlotte dooley fundraising manger, of home-start hampshire, said:“the Free shoes for children from Home-Start UK families we support are so grateful for this wonderful donation of shoes. it will make such a difference” vivienwaterfield, deputy chief executive of home start uk, said:“families are already benefitting from the impact of this generous philanthropic gift by russell & Bromley it is a really tough time for parents right now. families who would otherwise struggle to afford new shoes, or have to purchase on a buy now pay later joy seeing their children of shoes without any eans families supported enjoy new shoes for ee all 41,500 pairs of tributed to 91 home r nations of the uk. n from russell & Bromley, elves in the charity deavour to nurture and e are able to help s in this way and make ct at the start of this omley has been ymous with expert craftsmanship and fashion-led design since 1880. specialising in y shoes and handbags for men and the brand strategically reviewed uation of its children’s range in which led to them wishing to gift their existing stockholding of 41,500 pairs t uk began in 1973 in e and now has more than 180 oss the uk, supporting ents facing issues including postnatal isolation, bereavement, coping financial worries and physical ork of trained families are matched with a olunteer who visits once a week for two hours to support in whatever way they need – it could be as simple as holding a crying, colicky baby so a mum can shower in peace, accompanying a mum to a toddler group to help her build confidence, supporting parents with a sick child in hospital or helping with advice around managing budgets.to find out more about the work of home-start in your area follow the link: https://www.homestart.org.uk/find-your-nearest-home-start

merits – and the national park authority is hoping for some sensational shots of the southfirstdowns!place prize is £250, with a runner up prize of £150, and third prize of £75. for the first time,the national parkauthority is also introducing a“best mobile photo” category, encouraging people to get snapping on their smartphones for that awe inspiring view of the national park and its wildlifethe winner of this category will receive £75 the youth competition also returns this year for budding young photographers – with categories 10 years and under and 11 to 17 the prize for 10 years and under will be a den building kit,while the winner of the 11 to 17 category will win a family pass to a goape treetop challenge or a goape forest segway experience award winning photographers rachaeltalibart,finn hopson and carlotta luke will be on this year’s judging panel

rachael said:“‘i am looking forward to seeing lots of wonderful photos from this very special part of the world i hope people will take the opportunity to show us not only the big vistas but also the little details that together make the national park such a rewarding place to visit or live’ entries close at midnight on Monday 31 October find out more and download the entry form: wwwsouthdowns govuk/care for/photocompetition2022

carlotta said:“i’m very excited about this year’s theme of near and farthis theme gives so much scope for beautiful images that capture the intimate details and the wide open vistas of the national park i hope it will inspire people to look both closely and broadly at our inspiring south downs i can’t wait to see what the young budding photographers send us in the youth categories i am also really pleased that we now have a mobile phone category now there are no excuses not to send in your photos!”


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what a day! team were super organised but nervous about the reintroduction of pit stops and driver changes.they absolutely smashed the pit changes with very little practise and nailed it every time race one:all three cars got off well, safely and pushed hard. keep up got off quickly and kept pushing and quickly moved up the ranks to the top 10. chase kept up the pace and was not far behind.we reintroduced our third car for the first time in three years due to covid.and it was going really well but a driver issue caused the car to have to run through the pit for an extra time so we lost some time there race two:we almost lost keep up when setting up the car with the new batteries ready for the race as a battery terminal was incorrectly fitted by a team member and caused our speed controller to melt and catch fire! luckily we saved the wiring and we had a spare speed controller so the team got to work.an efficient change and race ready again with 20 minutes spare again a great start by all and some quick places made up keep up was flying and zoomed off. chase and team spirit two were following closely with the driver issue sorted for race 2 which allowed team spirit to fulfil its potential. keep up got up to 1st place at one point but lost battery power quicker than expected. some investigation needed here maybe more damage caused by fire than we thought? race results!

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52 cars in our category: race 1 keep up 6th 31.2 miles chase 7th 31.2 miles team spirit 2 13th 28.2 miles. race 2 keep up 8th 35.08 chase 5th 35.16 team spirit 2 11th 32.73 so amazing position results overall but the most impressive thing is our race mileage this is what counts. our school personal best in the 10years i have been doing it was 33.6 miles. so to have two cars go over the 35mile mark and the third nearly match our previous record is incredible results. my prediction is that we need to get over 30miles this season to qualify for the national final. so potentially we may have all three cars in the final already!? fingers crossed!


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the tree planting has been made possible thanks to generous donations from the public, as well as support from aspinal of london, cinven, Jude’s – a carbon negative B corp, nyetimber and south east water hillier, frank p matthews and peter shallcross have pioneered the disease-resistant elms for the initiative

Baobab The tree of life

Over 12,000 National Park trees are dedicated to the Queen sometimes i come across a superfood and can’t rave about it enough the fact is that powdered superfoods, in my experience, with clients over the past 15 years, can really elevate your health to another level.they are absorbed by the body just like a food substance, so basic able to absorb wh needs you can add superfood powde water, nut milks, o juices or smoothie after 4 5 days of including them in daily routine, you sure start to feel s benefits they may be subtle at first, but you will know over time as your energy starts to Baobabriseis a beautifully, sexy summer superfood and is not called the ‘tree of life’ for nothing.the Baobab fruit is simply bursting with health benefits such as high levels of vitamin c, antioxidants and natural fibre it has a vast range of benefits such as: Helps stabilise weight Baobab is made from 50% natural fibres, which are not only of great importance for the health of our digestive system, but they have also been shown to be essential for helping you feel full, making Baobab fruit an excellent superfood for weight loss. Balances blood sugar levels fibre has the great characteristic of wing the release of sugar into the bloodstream, which helps prevent energy spikes. Baobab fruit helps to maintain blood sugar levels and prevent energy dips throughout the day it is also an excellent superfood to take before a good workout. Baobab fruit and powder may also be ideal for those following a low glycaemic diet, making it beneficial for people with type 2 diabetes. Excellent for healthy, glowing skin Baobab is often used in cosmetic products, because of the high level of antioxidants that it contains. in fact, the Baobab fruit has the highest antioxidant content of any fruit, making it incredible for building collagen. it is a key and essential component in helping you display healthy, glowing skin, which is why i have added this powder to all my superfood skin Blends. Lowers blood pressure a main key mineral found in Baobab powder is potassium, which is known for its benefits for heart health.this incredible mineral is adept at freeing the cardiovascular system by dilating blood vessels and arteries, increasing blood flow and preventing the heart from working too hard Optimizes digestion this fact has been well known in africa (mainly west and southern africa) for centuries and is now also confirmed by recent scientific studies, that both types of fibre, soluble and insoluble, are found in Baobab these two types of dietary fibre contribute to a healthy and flourishing digestive system. specifically, this fibre is known to optimize the digestion process and reduce inflammation in the gut. Increases bone strength people get so confused over how to get enough calcium in their diet - well look no further Baobab is very rich in calcium and magnesium, making this fruit full of minerals essential for bone health. so, adding a little Baobab fruit to your diet is never a bad idea in order to keep your bones strong and durable for years to come Helps with Iron absorption Baobab fruit and powder can play a crucial role in your absorption of a very important mineral, iron, because it is a rich natural source of vitamin c, which is needed to help the body absorb iron. iron is essential because its needed to make hormones, and produce haemoglobin, a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen from the lungs, to all parts of the body this helps give your body energy and power to do physical activates. all in all, including this powdered superfood in your daily diet is going to provide you with a whole lot of goodness. i tablespoon per day should do the trick!! for more information on health and wellbeing visit – www.keepthriving.co.uk or e-mail- denise@denisekelly.co.uk

Queen elizabeth has always been a faithful supporter of nature and it’s fitting that one of the south downs national park’s most visited country parks is named after her to celebrate this very special moment in history, over 12,000 trees have been planted in the south downs – all of them are dedicated to her majesty as part of the trees for the downs campaign, 30 sites across hampshire,west sussex and east sussex have received new trees for the Queen’s green canopy each tree will provide a home for wildlife and help with the national park’s dedicated nature recovery drive

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But none of the planting would be possible without the generosity of the public scores of donations to the south downs national park trust have paid for these Jubilee trees – and the charity is now fundraising to plant more trees this year dedicated to the Queen. trees for the downs is planting iconic species including black poplar, oak, field maple and disease-resistant elms. sonia lorenzo martin, who oversees woodlands in the national park, said:“these life giving trees are such a wonderful celebration of the reign of Queen elizabeth ii and will be teeming with life in a few years!“trees are amazing.they provide clean air for us to breathe, enrich our soils and provide a vital habitat for so many birds, mammals and invertebrates. planting more trees is a key component of the national park’s “renature” drive to create more space for wildlife to flourish.your donation will mean we can plant many more Jubilee trees this year and help nature thrive” donate at www.southdownstrust.org.uk/trees-for-the-downs

Article from the Hayling Island Horticultural Society with new houses and apartments springing up in all postcodes, the price of goods are increasing with the aftermath of the pandemic restrictions, people are again turning to the "growyour own" ethos so now is a good time to dispel some myths-membership of purbrook horticultural society is not only for allotment holders despite the trading store [open saturdays 0930-1130] being located adjacent to the allotments on london road purbrook and you do not even need to have a garden! not exclusive to horticultural experts as many of the members join to meet new people in a safe and friendly environment. we are not an exclusive society but open for all ages and abilities not just residents of purbrook, as members from other societies as we may have different assets not available elsewhere so, why not give membership a try as at just £6 per annum per household [yes per household not individual] the benefits includemonthly meetings with speakers on a variety of topics held at deverell hall, london road purbrook on firstthursday of the month 7pm for 7 30 start freetea/coffee and Biscuits during the outings by coach to y homes and dens at very easonable eprices.tradingallyour dening needs can be chased atvdiscountedentake advantage of purchasing plants donated by members lucky to have a surplus. Quarterly gazette [free] giving news, hints and tips or interesting articles written by members.annualspring and summer shows with the next summer show organised for Sunday 21st August at crookhorn college, stakes hill road waterlooville affiliated horticultural societies with horticultural specialist magazines free to borrow and even access to specialist advice floral art group that meets on the third thursday of the month also at the deverell hall but in the afternoon - see our website showcasing all that is available with even a photo gallery to see past shows, outoings and special events: http://wwwpurbrookhorticulturalsocietyorg uk

GROWYOUR OWN hopefully everyone will be enjoying the fruits of their labour in their gardens during these summer months. it is important to take time to sit and enjoy the beauty of nature, be it in a garden bed, an allotment or just a container of plants on a balcony remember to keep deadheading your flowers to prolong their flowering period! there has also been a revival of interest in houseplants if outdoor space is at a premium. we are delighted to be holding a summer show for the first time at the hayling college on saturday 9th July after a break of two years. thevirtual shows were a great success but we are now looking forward to receiving actual entries again and everyone will have the opportunity to come along for a great afternoon out. in addition to the exhibits, there are delicious teas, a tombola and plant stall and much more we have a wide range of classes you might like to enter but the full schedule can be viewed on our website or in our newsletter in addition to the horticultural flower,plant and veg classes,there are classes for handicraft,cookery,photography,floral art and for our junior member so have a look and see what inspires you our Junior classes are free to enter and a great chance for our island’s budding young bakers, artists and gardeners to get involved in a community event and even better - prizes are awarded for each class the classes are divided into two age groups: 4 8 yrs and 9 14 yrs and everyone entering will receive a certificate the society has been very busy with volunteers getting involved in the stead and richie garden in mengham, and the hayling health centre gardens, alongside our involvement at all the local schools. gardening clubs are back up and running and volunteers are always welcome – even if just for a few hours here and there looking forward, we have organized a gardeners’ Question time evening on tuesday 27th september with a panel of experts to answer all your gardening questions. in addition, we are welcoming back John geden from sinah common honey to give a talk on wednesday 26th october he is a very popular speaker and will continue to advise and enlighten us on the importance of bees in our gardens and how we can encourage their numbers to grow we will be offering delicious honey inspired refreshments afterwards. finally, we are holding a Quiz night and fish supper on Friday 11th November – it will have some gardening themes but horticultural knowledge will not be essential! all these events are held in the united reformed church hall in hollow lane and full details can be found on our website and facebook page

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FOR MORE INFORMATIONVISIT: www.hihs.org.uk or admin@hihs.org.uk a quiet evolution is happening in our local schools they are turning into eco schools.warblington and Bosmere schools have been awarded eco school with distinction this may emsworth school has eco warriors st albans has long been awilder school with hampshire and isle ofwightwildlife trust and park community school has environmental education at its core this means the young people at these schools are involved in education based eco action environmental issues such as climate change, biodiversity loss or plastic pollution are large global issues and the thought of tackling them can be intimidating But our schools are tackling just such issues and changing mind sets andwbehavioursehavemany challenges ahead climate change is causing heatwaves and flooding that are affecting food security all over the world animals that were common 50 years ago are now on the edge of extinction so our schools are engaging students about the changes everyone needs to have a future with Our Schools are going Green from grainne rason secure food, water and climate the choices we make matter climate change is happening.we are on red alert for humanity. hampshire and iow wildlife trust have declared a wildlife emergency this may because of the rapid and accelerating loss of local wildlife individual actions may feel as if they are pointless but they drive the decisions of those who pull the levers Businesses adapt to our behaviour driving less and walking more will empower councils to make walking and cycling safer using public transport will enable companies to improve their services repairing rather than throwing away reduces land fill and pollution from incinerators Buying fairtrade products enables those farmers to protect their environment and ultimately our food security eating less meat means less destruction of the rainforests let the wildflowers grow in gardens and parks will help to save insects and birds one person will not make much of a difference but when lots of people join, then it makes all the difference in the world and it is only fair if we all play our part.

havant Borough council, working in partnership with waterlooville action group, held a survey in the summer 2021 to determine what local residents wanted to see installed and invited providers to tender their ideas. the play area is ideal for children of all ages as it also includes a new inclusive toddler unit with a tunnel, nest swing, inclusive roundabout and interactive play panels – designs to improve children’s physical and mental health whilst encouraging exploration, co-operation and imaginative play. the funding for the equipment has come from a variety of sources.the waterlooville action group secured funding from the national lottery, power company aquind, local gas engineers aura and a hampshire county councillor grant. havant Borough councils community infrastructure levy (cil) then matched funded the project, totalling £90,000.

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the right to work cic based at staunton country park, havant, provides a genuine opportunity for all our supported volunteers to engage in real, meaningful work.we believe that anyone who can work, wants to work but just needs a bit of support to do so should have the opportunityourteams are now seen as an integral part of the overall staunton team and take great pride in keeping the park looking fabulous for visitors and the local community all yeartheround.listofjobs that we complete around the park is endless including litter picking, cutting grass and maintaining flower beds. much of our focus over the last eighteen months has been on helping to return storey garden, a three acre walled garden to it’s former glory it has been an overflow car park for many years and we are in the process of turning it back into the productive vegetable garden it used to be trtw teams have dug out every single bed, built raised beds and started a comprehensive vegetable growing plan. this garden is open to the public

New play area opened in Waterlooville


Monday – Friday from 10 -3.30 the right to work have opened a new store within the garden - pictured right, called plant and produce selling hundreds of plants and fresh veg that they have grown.all proceeds are used in storey garden to enable the project to keep growing and provide even more opportunities for our supportedvolunteers.thesupportedvolunteers at trtw take enormous pride in what they do and it is hard to put into words just how much this means to them.they also love to meet people and tell them about the work, so why not pop along to visit the garden, meet some of the guys and perhaps buy a plant or two for the checkgarden.outthe facebook page for more

www.postcodepublications.com page: 11 excited children attended the opening of a brand new play area, along with their parents, inwaterlooville recreation ground, Jubilee park, Jubilee road, following the opening there was laughter and smiles from children and their parents as they played on the colourful and vibrant equipment. new kit such as a trim tail and stand-up see-saw are situated alongside the traditional favourites such as swings, slides and climbing frames.

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On 1 April Alan Mak MP for Havant visited Park Community school to talk to Year 8 about local, national and international issues. His talk was interesting and engaging; he shared with the year group his background, his own experiences as a student and how he beat adversity to become a member of parliament. Students were given the opportunity to ask Alan questions at the end of the assembly, and a group joined him in the Dickinson Centre afterwards. Alan was very impressed with the range of excellent questions he was asked. Questions on Ukraine, cost of living, sewage dumping, nuisance off road bikes in Havant Thicket and homelessness were discussed. The group of students enjoyed engaging with Alan and gained a deeper knowledge of political matters. Mrs Lawrence

Havant MP Alan Mak takes questions from our students


HERE TO HELP ALL YEAR ROUND Would be lost without the food pantry! The staff that run it are so polite. Nikki This year,through Race at our Place, we managed to raise an amazing £1,336.42 for Cancer Research! Thank you all so much for every penny!

Year 10 Rap project! Developing confidence with language and performance

The Year 10 Rap project launched this week and what a launch it was! Local rap artists performed, shared the history of rap and explored the fact that rap is poetry. This event marks the start of a four week project where Year 10 will work with the artists to explore language and poetry and link to GCSE English. Mrs Tonks

OPENING TIMES Monday - Friday Dickinson Centre, Park Community School, Havant, PO9 4DQ

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hello from your favourite out and about reporter at the cat and rabbit rescue centre, hulky Bear last month’s pet of the month the rabbit chocolate mousse is now reserved, i am excited for him to bond with his new girlfriend and go to his forever home very soon. last month a baby rabbit was found by a member of the public by the side of the road and brought to the centre. my staff knew straight away that something wasn’t right with her and luckily as she arrived on a day our vet was here she was able to be checked over straight away. she had a really bad head tilt, one of the worst my staff have seen.this meant that when she was sitting normally her head was almost horizontal. my staff were sure they knew what it was and the vet confirmed it, she had e. cuniculi. e. cuniculi is a parasite that mostly affects rabbits and although it is fairly common it can affect some rabbits much more than others.this little girl was only 10 weeks old and had already been through so much, the vet believed that it could have been passed down from her mother we are not sure why she was found on the side of the road but she could have been dumped due to her illness. the vet prescribed her medication but it can take a while to work and is not always successful even if she does survive the treatment may not cure her head tilt but it will hopefully improve it. my staff told me she is such a friendly rabbit who runs straight up to anyone who comes in her pen i have my paws crossed that she will make a good recovery you may have seen my staff were fundraising for mBu march, well last month work started on the mum and baby unit to improve the ventilation.the nice workman have now fitted all the pipes in through the pens that will bring the clean in and remove the old air we still have a little bit more fundraising to do in order to reach the target needed to complete the work, but all we need to do now is fit the unit that powers it all. hulky p.s please keep an eye on our website www.crrc.co.uk and our facebook page for all the latest news and info regarding rehoming and centre life.

this month we would love to introduce you to the very handsome guinea pig melon melon has now been waiting to find his forever home since december as his owner was moving house and couldn’t take him with them he is now just over a year old and would love to find a home with another male guinea pig he can bond with.he is a lovely,friendly boy who is very happy to be cuddled on a lap he can also be very chatty and loves to shout for his food melon would be well suited to any home and would happily live with children if you think you may be able to offer melon a loving home please give the centre a call on 01243 967111 or visit our website wwwcrrc coukmelon

cpre hampshire, the countryside charity, is currently looking for hampshire and other local artists to take part in an art exhibition being organised for this september taking place in winslade near Basingstoke, the art exhibition committee are looking for any kind of medium including paintings, prints, pottery, sculpture, photography and more a wide variety of subjects are being anticipated. initial expressions of interest are required by 30th June the event itself is due to take place from saturday 24th to sunday 25th september with a private viewing on the evening of Friday 23rd September.to apply to be part of the exhibition you should send two images of recent work, together with contact details to cpreartexhibition@gmail.com by June 30th you will be then sent all the relevant information together with an entry form to be completed by 20th August. for anyone interested in attending the event, please visit the cpre hampshire website, www.cprehampshire.org.uk, for further details.tickets for the privateview will be available on eventbrite soon.

Sauvignon Blanc Summer Freshness In A Glass which sauvignon is more suited to eventually some extremely high-quality interesting wines began to appear, not to mention their value for money the wines tend to have loads of citrus and grapefruit characters balanced out with tropical fruit like melon. whichever country you go for, sauvignon Blanc has a huge following and flavours you get from the wines are perfect for your summer outdoors drinking.trythese…….pacifico sur sauvignon Blanc centralvalleys chile £7.99. crisp, zesty fruit with citrus and tropical hints.

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The Burger: it’s time to try something a bit special – select cuts of beef that provide the most tasty and succulent burger you can ask your butcher for a 50/50 mix of short rib and chuck steak burger for great beefy flavour and a great texture duck Burgers with soy and spring onion –delicious served with plum sauce for a burger with a difference also chicken burgers made with chicken breast that you can marinade in Beautiful Burgers

A good burger is the ultimate crowd-pleaser, with the flexibility to keep everyone happy, garnished and sauced and stacked high with goodies. If you can cook it outside on the BBQ, it keeps the mess out of the kitchen, making it the ideal summer meal. yoghurt, roll in breadcrumbs and fry or bake until crunchy on the outside veg burgers – take a whole portobello mushroom, infused with balsamic vinegar and tamari soy sauce and grill until crisp on the outside and melting in the middle in the isle of wight they are growing incredible beef tomatoes which have so much flavour grilled or raw, alongside a generous slice of grilled haloumi, and you have an outstanding veggie burger that will even keep the meat-eaters happy The Sauce: you have to have mayo, and there’s a great choice of locally made mayos, starting with the garlic farm’s garlic mayo, or the condiment company’s delicious variety of mayonnaises, all made near west marden. ketchup? that tomato flavour is superb, but why not try a hot smoky tomato relish, made with chipotle peppers made by the real Jam and chutney company in the new forest? make your own BBQ sauce to get the sweet / spicy combination that works for you. a combination of ketchup, brown sugar, white wine vinegar,worcestershire sauce, then add the heat – mustard powder, smoked paprika and black pepper, and a bit of oil, cooked together in a pan, brought to the boil and then reduced to simmer for 5 minutes. Extras: smoked streaky bacon, slices of cheese, lettuce, tomato, avocado, crisped onions and pickles – take your pick or go for the lot, combined in a good white bun. as summer is approaching fast, we tend to think about the perfect drinks to have on those warm summer days. sauvignon Blanc is a winner throughout the year but during the warmer months its particularly popular due to its light, fresh, crisp characters. everywhere you go now you will see an abundance of wines made from the sauvignon Blanc grape and one country stands out from the most: new Zealand. during the 1990’s the grape variety became very popular, and the marlborough region was favoured due to the good drainage of its soil which encourages the vine to concentrate its flavours in lower yields.these low yields are what new Zealand wine growers’ favour i’m always telling customers that the same grape variety can taste completely different depending on where you are in the world and to me, sauvignon Blanc is the prime example to this. terroir (everything that affects the production of grapes, e.g., weather, location, soil etc) plays a huge part in the style of wine produced and as sauvignon Blanc is planted in many parts of the world, you will see a vast array of styles on the market. soil is very important, and the soils of the marlborough region tend to be quite sandy with a mix of slate this results in intense grassy characters with high levels of acidity and citrus characters. whereas sauvignon from the loire regions of touraine, sancerre and pouilly fume are altogether different. these wines tend to be softer with more pineapple fruit due to the limestone soil. in the pouilly fume region the topsoil adds a hint of ‘smokiness’ to the wine, hence the name.chilean sauvignon Blanc has become hugely popular due to their great value it’s the second most planted variety in chile and started to make a name for itself on the market during the 1980’s. here it’s all about the proximity of the pacific and the producers started to develop and push the cooler wine regions close by

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nancy fellows, founder of creatful is proud to announce our award from unltd, the uk’s foundation for social entrepreneurs.the award’s funding and tailored business support will significantly help creatful to improve wellbeing and social inclusion through mindful creativity in ourascommunityournhs faces unprecedented resource challenges and our people face long waiting times for mental health support creatful look to empower local people to better manage their wellbeing through sharing mindful creativity creatful run weekly craft and chat groups in waterlooville, havant and denmead where people attend to socialise and explore creatively creatful also provide evening and weekend workshops and creative tuition on more specific creative pursuits creatful are passionate about making sure everyone has access to creative tools so they can learn skills and connect locally creatful was born after founder nancy found herself stuck between two nhs mental health ser meeting the requirements to be treated by either after being left with no choice but to fund her own treatment and finding a lack of a creative outlet throughout her journey, nancy strived to create a safe space for people just like whetherher you describe yourself as a creative person, or you just like arts and crafts, creatful is a way to connect with like-minded people and practice creative mindfulness.

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Hex Pro Wrestling returns to Denmead 24th September to 2nd Octoberplans are under way for havant Borough Big green week, part of the national great Big green week festival so we’re keen to see lots of things happening. can you play a part? havant climate alliance is inviting local groups schools, businesses and faith groups to think about what they might do to fight climate change, protect our local wildlife and tackle waste the green week is also about celebrating nature and our community and showcasing the great work being done by local groups. the theme for 2022 isyour green footprint. our food, travel and buying choices all make a difference and we want people to think about the changes they could make in their own lives. events and displays are still being finalised but we have a film and dinosaur day at the springarts centre,a schools art competition,a sustainable fashion show at havant & south downs college,a family activity day,a repair café on 3/10 and an eco fair in Havant Park on Sat 24th , offering energy advice and and we’re planning wildlife walks and litter picks it would be great to have lots more groups involved.you can find lots of ideas and resources on the havant climate alliance website we would be happy to advertise what you are planning. Just contact: havclimate@gmail.com further information available from: sue James at: havclimate@gmail.com

Tuesday 12th July and 9th August, - 12 noon another of our regular lunchtime meetings,a sit down lunch followed by a talk from a guest speaker at the hampshire hog clanfield.anyone retired or semi-retired from business or professional life will be most welcome to join us. for more information go to our secretary peter Quine on 0792 662 0530 or at: piater89@aol.com probusclub.net/waterlooville PrWaterloovilleobusClub

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Saturday 2nd July - wally will be mc for this popular free admission family event at Bidbury mead preceded by family picnics from 1pm in ‘Bear wood’, befoe the mayor opens proceedings at 2pm. children’s fancy dress, fire eating, fun dog competition, clown workshop, novelty family raceswith stalls and side shows.teas and refreshments will be accompanied by brass band music for an afternoon of family memories to treasure volunteers are always welcome, as too are gifts of bottles and cakes. put the date in your diary

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Monday 22nd August - 1900 for 1930 hrs ‘wing commander James nicolsonvc’presented by - his nephew Jim nicolson the remarkable story of wing commander James nicolsonvc will be told by his nephew Jim nicolsonvc who was the only fighter command pilot in the whole of ww2 to be awarded thevictoria cross for action during the Battle of Britain. Jim focuses on his uncle’s very early wartime experiences, the action which resulted in the award of thevictoria cross and the impact that the award had on James nicolson and his wife Jim will also talk about James nicolson’s subsequent death in action in Burma near the end of ww2, and measures taken since to commemorate Jim’s uncle Jim will also deal with the controversy that the award generated, and is still the subject of much discussion today airaces is an aviation talk society, providing its members with regular talks, given by experts in many different fields related to the world of aviation. the talks are held at the chichester park hotel,westhampnett road, 7pm for 7.30 start. members £5, visitors £7 and under 16s free. doors open at 6.45 no pre-booking, no reserved seating for further information about airaces, please see www.airaces.org.uk, or call david Batcock on 01243 823007

Monday 25th July - 1900 for 1930 hrs ‘caterpillars, guinea pigs & goldfish’presented by sqn ldr art stacey afc sqn ldr art stacey is coming from lincolnshire to talk to air aces during his raf career he piloted shackleton & nimrod aircraft. in 1995 he was awarded the air force cross (afc) and the hugh gordon Burge memorial trophy from the guild of air pilots and navigators for the successful ditching of his aircraft following an uncontrollable engine fire. art will begin his presentation by briefly covering the history of some of the more well known and perhaps some of the lesser known clubs that have been associated with flying and aviation. he will talk a little about the ‘caterpillar’ and ‘guinea pig’ clubs and cover in rather more detail, the goldfish club, its history and some members’ stories, right up to the present day, including the events leading up to his own qualification for the membershipgoldfishclub members are those who have escaped an aircraft by parachuting into the water, or whose aircraft crashed in the water and whose lives were saved by a life jacket, inflatable dinghy or similar device

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postcode publications page: 2 18 What’s on ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| |||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| arun & chichester (air) enthusiasts society Air Aces come and join us.we are a group of ladies who love to sing a cappela. did you know, people who sing together live longer? Tuesday evenings 7-30 - 10.00 havant methodist church contact - Joy 02392 641997 email: spirithavant@yahoo.com follow us on facebook. Spirit of the South Saturday 2 July - at oaklands catholic school in waterlooville Bring out yourhadiamonds!vantsymphony orchestra will be celebrating in style starting with orchestral favourite ‘the sorcerer’s apprentice’ by dukas. the music is wonderfully evocative even without the disney animation featuring a certain well known mouse! magical music will pervade the rest of the concert with Berlioz’ ‘royal hunt and storm’ from his opera ‘the trojans’ and rachimaniov’s ‘symphonic dances’. Havant Symphony Orchestra’s 60th Anniversary Concert Joining the orchestra will be soloist melina mandozzi above to perform tchaikovsky’sviolin concerto in d major tickets can be obtained at stras/t-jzkzahttps://www.ticketsource.co.uk/havantorcheve we are a small, mixed, sociable group of mostly retired folk who play badminton between 8pm and 10 pm onthursday evenings (between september and may) in the parish hall, links lane, rowlands castle we have a few vacancies for new members starting in september, so if you are looking for an enjoyable way to get some exercise and think badminton might be for you, why not come along and give it a try.trial evenings are free and we play doubles so you will not be by yourself on court! our evenings usually end with an (optional) visit to the local pub! interested? then please contact the club via email at: castlecourt50@gmail.com

always wanted to merge those two facets of my life the school and its headteacher have been very supportive i’m computing lead for the school and hope to raise money to upgrade some of the equipment.theevents are suitable for the whole family and will take place at the end of the summer school term. so long as people enjoy them and we’re making money for the school i’d like to keep them going every term.i’d love to hear from interested sponsors who can be featured on advertising materials and announced at the events. donations either financial or goods will all go to helping the school. contact me at: carl.restall@outlook.comwww.facebook.com/hexprowrestling/

Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd July at denmead Junior school, Bere road, po7 6ph - Both events start at 6.45pm tickets are £8 for all ages, limited capacity and only available in advance online at ticketstripe.com/hexpro1 or ticketstripe.com/hexpro2i’mcarlrestall,ateacher at denmead Junior school and professional wrestler i’m putting on a second weekend of events in July to raise funds for the school. the first set of events was very successful and raised £300 for the school. my goal is to at least double that amount with the next set of events”. i set up hex pro after buying a six-sided ring with an aim to bring my outside passion into my working life i saw an opportunity to do something for the school, plus i’ve


the elms, 2 lower road, Bedhampton, havant, po9 3lh. we are delighted to announce the return of the manor trust garden party Join us and enjoy the traditional setting and a variety of stalls, offering plants, books, home-made produce, vintage items, raffle, and tombola. refreshments will also be available and free parking at nearby Bidbury mead recreation ground. our events are run by volunteers with proceeds going towards the elms,waterloo room restoration fund adultadmission - £1 www.manortrust.org.uk tel: 023 9248 4444 The ManorTrust Garden Party the


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Saturday 30th Julysummer pthe-Queen’celebratingJubilationshmthesplatinumJubilee7.30pmatchurchofresurrectionenrhynavenue,drayton, Beacon Lounge, 1 floor centre, 02392 471313 10.30am - 12.00 coin trail over the Jubilee - the 16th July - flag day collecting at August (9.30am - 2pm) Quay at the club tombola, and the usual retro upstairs.

po6 2ap - featuring:the Barnacles, songs from hm the Queen’s three favourite musicals, and so much more - admission £8 including alcoholic refreshments -tickets from: enquiries@folksinharmony.co.uk or call 023 9236 6508 Folks in Harmony ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| a mixed a cappella chior Strong AND


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the club is held in theyouth hut,west street, hambledon po7 4rw(adjacent village hall and next to thevine pub). it’s a small venue which, while part of its charm means space is limited - booking is strongly advised. hambledon folk club offers a friendly and intimate setting enjoyed by artists and audience alike:many performers comment on the warmth of their reception and a true folk club atmosphere nowadays the club features local,national and even international guest performers while invariably there is the traditional floor-spot session before the main act for local or visiting performers to each sing a song or play a tune or two hhttp://alfonsothemagnificent.co.ukttps://wwwfacebookcom/alfonsothemagnificent/


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weekend by emsworth slipper sailing club and rmsworth sailing club raised £2,125.35


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The Little Match Girl Tickets On Sale Now 6th - 9th July at 7:30pm plus a saturday matinee at 2:30pm at the pallant centre, havant (with raised seating) the story of a girl trying to make it through an icy christmas, with matches her only way to make money she later uses all of her matches to make her happy please note there will be limited toilets available for this show -tickets £8 and £5 for under 18s with a front row for year six and under. Book at: https://dynamoyouththeatre.com



Summer Exhibition

Saturday 27th to Wednesday 31st August - from 10am till 6pm daily at the emsworth community centre - free entry the artists exhibiting are semiprofessional/professional and highly talented amateurs who all live within a two mile radius of emsworth square artists who work with paint-ceramicsphotography-print-textiles and willow there will be a prize raffle kindly donated by one of the artists. for all sales of our work we donate 25% to the community centre and have raised over £30,000 to date! view some of our work at: hhttps://m.facebook.com/emswww.emsworthartists.org.ukalsoonfacebookandinstagram:worthartists/ttps://wwwinstagramcom/emsworthartists/welookforwardtowelcomingyou.

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All Gigs start: 8.30pm (doors open 8.00pm). Floor spots and guests welcome! Entry: £12.00 (£10.00 members, £6.00 under 18s and students)/ Drinks: From Vine Pub next door (or bring your own). Tea/Coffeeavailable at the Club.

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Saturday 2nd July from 12.00pm to 4.00pm grand summer fete and picnic at st Joseph's church field and hall at 134 west street, stalls, children’s BBQ music. car parking walk possible St SummerJoseph'sGrandFete 2pm to 4pm – at society is a friendly group that meets on the first tuesday of the month at 7.30 in all saints church hall. guest entry is £2.00, annual membership £12.50. July 6th - a talk by katherine lee introducing garden design. august 20th - our 71st village show from 11-4.30 - all are welcome to just come and join the entertainment in the arena during the day or to enter the show - there are lots of different classesschedules available from parkers in denmead or online at: horwww.hugo.fox/community/denmead-ticultural-society-19787 Denmead Horticultural Society


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BOOKING/RESERVATIONS AND ENQUIRIES: 023 9263 2719 or https://wwwfolkclubhambledon@hotmail.co.ukemail:Webte:.hambledonfolkclub.com

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Wednesday 13 July - alfonso the magnificentalfonso the magnificent is an innovative and exciting group, mixing traditional genres of modern folk, latin, jazz and classical music to create a unique sound of their own.they perform original songs ranging from melancholic, emotionally charged ballads to toe-tapping upbeat dance tunes.they are a four-piece band from shoreham by sea,west sussex: violinist mervyn wallis, singer/guitarist leo CLUB gibbs,accordionist david warner and percussionist nathan marshall.a great, live act!‘your fabulous music and the whole spirit of the day was joyful! we couldn’t have asked for anything more and everyone loved it!’ the prairie gardens management team,august 2020. ‘it was a great night really enjoyed and much appreciated by the audience’ the ropetackle arts centre management team, oct 2020 Wednesday 14 September - the often herd - the often herd is a four piece band - guitar, mandolin, fiddle and basswho play and sing an eclectic mix of folk, bluegrass and acoustic roots they marry the wistful sunshine harmonies of southern california with the striking industrial allure of their north eastern (england) home! an engaging and dynamic live act, the band are able to pull off their intricately arranged material alongside moments of spontaneous improvisation their sound is both boldly contemporary and soothingly familiar, taking time honoured traditions to new places with a fresh perspective flock to the herd, you won’t be disappointed! “a study in virtuosity from a supremely talented group of musicians.” claire dupree, https://wwwnarc.theoftenherd.com

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