Recreating the route of Lord Lovat’s march from Sword Beach to Pegasus Bridge, a group of 13 Pompey Plodders headed to France for 6 June to pay their respects to fellow military men on the 75th anniversary of D-Day. The Pompey Plodders are a group of former TA soldiers who regularly get together for a […]
Portsmouth City Council is offering extra free parking to Southsea residents and businesses to help minimise the inconvenience of road closures around the national D-Day commemoration event. As part of security measures full road closures are being brought into place around Southsea Common with vehicle access to roads in the surrounding areas restricted to residents […]
Plaques to local men killed during D-Day and the Battle of Normandy have started to appear in Portsmouth streets as tributes, 75 years on.
Laura Spurgeon, a 14 year old student at Admiral Lord Nelson School in Portsmouth, has been elected as a member of the UK Youth Parliament
The results of the local elections on Thursday 2 May 2019 are now out for Hampshire’s cities
Portsmouth will be the focal point of the UK commemorations for D-Day 75.
The one day event will take place at the Portland Building at the University of Portsmouth on Saturday 13 October and is open to everyone.
Victorious Festival (24-26 August ‘18), the UK’s biggest metropolitan festival, is introducing a brand new element, comedy, to Victorious 2018. The new comedy tent will feature a fantastic line up of comedians curated by Portsmouth’s very own PM Promotions who run multiple nights across the South Coast. Featuring a fantastically funny line up including; Sunjai […]
Autism Hampshire is looking for daredevils in 2016 to brave the descent of the UK’s tallest public viewing tower – Spinnaker Tower. The charity has a dedicated day where thrill seekers will be able to abseil from a 300ft platform, taking in the breath-taking views of Portsmouth Harbour and beyond, while avoiding the urge to […]