East Hampshire

East Hampshire

IN PICTURES: St John’s summer fair

Vintage bus rides, tug-of-war, tombola and tasty barbecue food made for a fantastic summer fair.

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Pollen levels to be 'very high' this week Picture: St John's Ambulance

Pollen levels to be ‘very high’ again in Portsmouth and Hampshire this week

Hay fever sufferers in Portsmouth and the surrounding areas could be set for yet another week of misery, according to the latest forecast.

St Johns CEC Primary School Summer Fair in 2017  Picture Credit: Keith Woodland

MATT HANCOCK: You get a warm fuzzy feeling when everyone pulls together

The PTA member is excited about his school’s upcoming summer fair

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Mark Hancock

Horndean dad to speak in parliament about reversing his Type 2 Diabetes

A MAN who reversed his Type 2 Diabetes is pledging to change the way treatment of the disease is handled across the country.

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IN PICTURES: Woofs and wellies!

Sausage dogs and spaniels were among almost 200 dogs that descended on Queen Elizabeth Country Park for a wonderful fundraising afternoon.


MP brings in new education measures

EAST Hampshire MP and education secretary Damien Hinds has announced plans to provide more children from all backgrounds with good school places.

Havant Leisure Centre

Swim sessions at centres to be male-only

FOR the past 25 years, two leisure centres have offered women-only swimming sessions with the aim of removing barriers to participation.


Hundreds of bikers ride into Horndean to join Cancer Research fundraiser

HUNDREDS of bikers united in solidarity to join a battle against cancer, raising thousands of pounds for charity.

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Council hits litterers who failed to pay fines with extra costs and criminal records

LITTER louts who failed to pay their £80 fine have been hit by costs five times as high after East Hampshire District Council brought legal action against them.

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Man admits sending malicious communications

MAGISTRATES have sentenced a man for making a malicious communication.


REAL LIFE: ‘I beat bowel cancer then ran the marathon’

Watching the thousands of runners pound the streets of the capital in this year’s London Marathon, John Marenghi was taken back to a time he thought may never come.


Funding kicks off Stansted Park’s bid to restore glasshouse and add visitor centre

VITAL restoration work to a derelict Victorian glasshouse has begun, thanks to an award in funding.


New Post Office at Leigh Park

THERE will be a public consultation on post office changes in Leigh Park, Havant.


More than 1,000 fly-tipping incidents were recorded in Portsmouth in 12 months

MORE than 1,000 incidents of fly-tipping were recorded in Portsmouth between 2016-2017, new figures have shown.

The councils goal would be to develop the cinema site and then rent  it to a commercial operator.

Here’s all the open air cinema showings in and around Portsmouth this summer

WITH the sun starting to make an appearance everyone is looking forward to the summer nights spent with family and friends.

Delays due to breakdown on A3

Delays due to breakdown on A3

DRIVERS are facing delays of up to 30 minutes due to a breakdown on the A3 near the Clanfield junction.


Great atmosphere at photographic exhibition

More than 130 prints were entered into a prestigious exhibition.


Norovirus outbreak

AN outbreak of norovirus is thought to have been the reason behind more than 50 teachers and students from Hampshire falling ill during a trip to the United States.


Boundary Commission chairman thanks residents for feedback

THE CHAIRMAN of the Local Government Boundary Commission for England has thanked residents for their help during boundary change consultations.

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Cold snap sees garden centre chain in trouble

A GARDEN centre chain has gone into administration.

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