Reductions to the local police force and other crime and disorder agencies may be starting to take their toll in Portsmouth, as recently released community safety statistics show that crime is on the up in the city. 286 more words
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Scores of stylistas content to party the night away in the company of roughly 14 others each wearing the same dress? Yep, this week, a hundred savvy customers (and a few jammy Fashion Editors) were invited to reclaim the ultimate fashion faux pas as part of Collectif Clothing’s ‘100 Dresses’ event. 318 more words
It was an excellent initiative by Portsmouth City Council to mark Remembrance Sunday by providing free access to the D-Day Museum in Southsea today.
The D-Day Museum is very dear to my heart as my late Grandfather was a veteran of world war two and one of the thousands of soldiers born and bred in Southsea who arrived on the Normandy beaches in June 1945. 96 more words
If you’re more of a scones-and-champers than mince-pie-and-mulled-wine type, the idea of a “festive” afternoon tea may not strike you as all that appealing but, with its fairytale-inspired offerings, Conrad London St. 252 more words
Show your support for the essential service that is the Guildhall Walk Healthcare centre by singing the petition at http://tiny.cc/8imy4x