Somers Town ‘hub’ plans to go on show

From left, Charlotte Tipping from World Vision HQ, organiser of the lunch Sue Tinney, chef Sam Kemp, Alan Mak MP and Amy Johnson from the World Vision Advocacy Team 

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PLANS for a community hub for Somers Town in Portsmouth will be on display for three days next month.

Members of the public are invited to attend the three sessions to share their thoughts and ideas on the proposed Winston Churchill Avenue centre.

The community hub is part of the first stage of the Somers Town regeneration scheme, which has seen new councils built at Warwick Crescent.

It will contain community, health and youth facilities in a building spanning Winston Churchill Avenue.

Architects and members of the regeneration project team will be available at the sessions to answer questions and to take people through the plans in detail.

The sessions will be held at: Southsea Community Centre, King Street, on Monday June 13, 5pm-7pm, St Peter’s Church Hall, Fraser Road, on Wednesday June 15, 10am-12pm, and at Wilmcote House community room, Tyseley Road, on Saturday June 18, 11am- 1pm.

Anyone is welcome.