A heritage strategy for Portsmouth

September 16, 2021 Portsmouth City Council are pleased to introduce a heritage strategy for the city that seeks to set out a vision for the our heritage and how they will deliver on that. Consultation is...

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September 16, 2021 / Comments (0)

What might the ‘Solent Freeport’ mean for the Solent area?

September 16, 2021 In the last budget, the Solent was shortlisted as the site for one of ten Freeports to be set up in the United Kingdom. Since that time, we’ve seen little or no detail in the public...

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A conversation: Interactive Weaves in the City

September 2, 2021 Saturday 4th September, 2.30pm-3.30pm – Portsmouth Cathedral Join Textile Artist Alice Hume, Dr Carol Ekinsmyth from University of Portsmouth and Nettle Textile Artist Allan Brown as...

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Social distancing road closures

July 21, 2021 A thing of the past, or here to stay? PCC want your opinion! ‘We’re asking residents, businesses and people travelling through roads closed to enable social distancing during...

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Dr Celia Clark online Q & A

July 1, 2021 Join Celia for an online Q & A about her research of her latest book Barracks, Forts and Ramparts: Regeneration Challenges for Portsmouth Harbour’s Defence Heritage.  Dr. Celia...

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School Streets road closure

June 29, 2021 Please see below sealed order TTRO 70 2021 St Jude’s CofE Primary School – School Street to facilitate School Streets closures from 29th June 2021....

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Speak Up Pompey, Pompey Speak Up

June 28, 2021 An online World Cafe community conversation on Saturday 17th July between 1pm- 3pm This is a great opportunity for young people in Portsmouth to have their say about what it’s like to be...

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Starts 20 June – Interactive Weaves workshop

May 24, 2021 Textile Artist Alice Hume is working on a new Arts Council project this year called Interactive Weaves. She will be working collaboratively with the Hotwalls Studios Artists to provide free...

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May 24, 2021 / Comments (0)

Ravelin Sports Centre ; Fit for the future

May 8, 2021 The University of Portsmouth is building an outstanding new £57m public sports centre on campus in Ravelin Park. Construction began in 2019 and has continued throughout the pandemic. Work...

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FOOPA Update

April 13, 2021 FOOPA managed to accrue a healthy surplus this year after a lack of activity due to lockdown. Consultation with membership about what to do with the surplus was divided. It was decided to...

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