Making Us Proud

Making Us Proud

Angie’s summoned by the call of the wild

WHEN Angie Rabb went to South Africa in 2014 she planned to stay a month to improve her photojournalism skills.

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Nikki Davis and Tracy Gee enjoying a Blooming Great Tea Party at Knight and Lee

Could you be a positive role model to girls?

Nikki Davis and Tracy Gee enjoying a Blooming Great Tea Party at Knight and Lee

Start getting ready for a Blooming Great Tea Party

A CUPPA and some cake helped raise money for hospice beds across the country.

There will be an explosion of flowers at the Bishops Waltham Blooming Art Festival 	          Picture Paul Carter

A marriage of flowers and art at town’s festival

STREETS and buildings of a medieval market town will be adorned with flowers and art this weekend.

Gosport Solent Brass will be performing music from the silver screen

Be transported to another world with a brass band

ENJOY the best music from the silver screen played by a popular brass band.

Waterlooville Rotary Club members, from left, Chris Nash, Ken Berry, Roy Wilding and Mike Williams with Liz Smout from the New Blendworth Centre thanking them for their fundraiisng

Annual golf day is a big success for rotary club

AN annual golf day has raised £5,000 for good causes.

The blank side wall of Mud Shot Coffee Shop needs brightening up by a talented artist

Do you have the skills to brighten up coffee shop?

ARTISTS are being sought to brighten a coffee shop which trains adults with learning difficulties.

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Stuart Reed was treated swiftly and kindly at QAs A&E

Wonderful, genial compassion from QA

LET US give a big cheer for the doctors and nurses in the accident and emergency department of Queen Alexandra Hospital.

Senior sister Julie Ingall, Dr Young Min, Natalie Oliver from ASDA and matron Colin Beevor
						                               Picture: Portsmouth NHS Hospitals Trust

Shoppers’ donations for kids and arthritis patients

GENEROUS supermarket customers have helped raise £500 for two hospital departments.

Entertainers and visitors had a fantastic time at Gosports Leesland Parks Pop Rocks

‘Fantastic’ Father’s Day get-together in the park

MUSIC, sunshine and sandwiches – what more could you want on a summer’s day?

Holidaymakers at Bunn Leisure who helped raise more than �4,000 for Macmillan

Holidaymakers dig deep for Macmillan fun day

A CARAVAN community has pulled together to raise more than £4,000 for a cancer charity at a fun day.

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WL Wyllies The Restoration of HMS Victory. Wyllie was the founder of Portsmouth Art Society                 Credit: William Lionel Wyllie and Royal Museums

Art society’s summer exhibition coming up

MANY will know of the late renowned Portsmouth marine artist William Lionel Wyllie.

Jackie Tufnell welcomes Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage to Dance for Fun in Gosport

MP throws some shapes at dance group

I AM really excited about being the new ambassador for Dance for Fun.

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Denise and Lea Jackson just moments after their 15,000ft skydive

Mother and son take a leap for milestone birthday

GRANDMOTHER Denise Jackson was determined to do something big to celebrate her forthcoming 60th birthday.

Youngsters having fun at Acting UP drama school

Learn the tricks of the trade at acting workshop

BUDDING young actors are being given the chance to spend their summer holiday learning the tricks of the theatre trade.

Harbour Cancer Support, Gosport, is hosting a joint summer fair with Square Pegs

Charities which rely on public support to hold fair

TWO charities are working together to put on a summer fair.

The Parish Ecology Group with anti-pollution placards on their walk

Walk highlights air pollution problems

THURSDAY, June 15 was the first national Clean Air Day.

areham Heathens commercial manager Dave Tyson, left, clubhouse bar manager John Cole, middle, and Bernie Rhodes, director of rugby, right, in the clubhouse which is undergoing a revamp.

Heathens looking for help with clubhouse

A RUGBY club is calling on the community’s help in revamping its dilapidated clubhouse.

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Cllr Gerald Shimbart, Cllr Elaine Shimbart, the mayor of Havant, and David Crichton who organised the art trail, in Waitrose

Town’s shops turn into art galleries

ARTWORK by schoolchildren is being displayed in shops throughout a town centre.

Georgia Myers and Imogen Myers, both five, taking a closer look at a fish at Waitrose, in Southsea, as part of their under the sea project this term

A fishy supermarket trip for school pupils

USUALLY, a trip to the supermarket to buy groceries is considered a bit of a chore.

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