Victoria Park is to host its first community fair on Saturday 10 July (11am-2pm) on the lawns in the southern section of the park.
Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts will be able to attend a free, online lecture series, hosted by Portsmouth City Council.
The negative effects of plastic pollution in the Solent are highlighted at Portsmouth Museum and Art Gallery following its reopening on 18 May. A creative, immersive light display designed by artist Trudi Lloyd Williams will feature and people can find out more about endangered local species, alternatives to plastics and some of the ways that […]
Southsea’s new sea defences will closely resemble the historic Long Curtain Moat area, thanks to meticulous sourcing of stone that matches the original seawalls.
Victorious Festival (27-29 August 2021) – the UK’s biggest metropolitan festival – will return to Southsea Seafront this Summer with a phenomenal line up including Madness, The Streets, Royal Blood and much more!
172 people were killed and hundreds more injured or made homeless during the attack, which took place from 5.00pm on 10 January 1941 and into the early hours of 11 January.
The last surviving landing craft of its kind, which carried 10 tanks and crew members to Normandy on D-Day, is finally open to the public
Portsmouth is this week celebrating 70 years of twinning with Duisburg in Germany.
Portsmouth’s Clean Air Zone consultation launches today
Largest cruise ship to sail into Portsmouth