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The Garrison Church - a memorial to the fallen

When walking along the seafront, close to Old Portsmouth, I often passed The Garrison Church without really thinking much about it.  Finally, one day, seeing the doors open, I entered the building and became intrigued as to history of the site. 313 more words


'Something Fishy' for Southsea

I just changed the WordPress theme of ‘I Love Southsea’ to ‘Something Fishy’ which is a mobile-responsive template so the website will work on all your devices - your desktop PC, tablet and mobile phone. 27 more words


MSC Sustainable Fish in Portsmouth...A Dilute Offering

Portsmouth is a city that has been reliant on the sea for much of its trade for a very long time…as a busy coastal port it made its name internationally in sea trade. 277 more words


Living by the sea is popular, but choose your destination carefully

Britain’s seaside towns are under attack, with one tourist chief claiming once-popular resorts are in danger of “death and decay” without Government investment.

Hotelier Jim Fowler claims coastal locations like Ilfracombe in Devon, are turning into ghost towns – and his fears have been echoed by Malcolm Bell, head of tourism at VisitCornwall. 845 more words

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