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First Hillier trees in place at new Maggie’s Centre Southampton

The first of more than 100 British-grown trees supplied by Hillier Trees have been delivered to their final destination at the new Maggie’s Centre in Southampton.



2021 sailing programme for Southampton’s Steamship Shieldhall

SS Shieldhall sailing programme announced



Winners of Townhill Community Art Gallery competition announced

There were over 45 entries, and five categories: most colourful, most thought-provoking, best nature themed, most original, and an overall winner.



75th anniversary of repatriation of former Far East Prisoners of War

On 7 October 1945 the P&O liner Corfu docked in Southampton, the first ship carrying 1,500 former Far East Prisoners of War (FEPOW) to arrive back in the UK after the end of hostilities in South East Asia.



The Southampton Christmas Market and Flying Santa are set to return

The traditional market features unique, individually designed alpine chalets.



Itchen Bridge toll to rise for non-residents

The Itchen Bridge toll will rise by 20p for non-residents from Monday 17 June 2019



Local election results 2019

The results of the local elections on Thursday 2 May 2019 are now out for Hampshire’s cities



Ruby Wax appointed Chancellor of the University of Southampton

The University of Southampton has announced that actor, author and leading mental health campaigner Ruby Wax, OBE, has been appointed as Chancellor.



SEE Southampton tour guides shortlisted for Tourism Awards

The enterprising work of SEE Southampton has been recognised by a tourism body, who have shortlisted the organisations ‘Vaults and Vino’ guided walk and wine tasting event for a prestigious tourism award. ‘The Beautiful South’ Awards for Excellence winners are announced at The Grand Hotel Brighton on the evening of 5 December, with SEE Southampton […]



Southampton to play key role in the world’s electric vehicle revolution

he University of Southampton is set to play a key role in accelerating the development of the next generation of batteries and battery materials to power the UK’s and the world’s electric vehicle revolution. Building on the University’s strengths and expertise in High-Performance Computing and Electrochemistry, researchers from Chemistry, Mathematics and Engineering have joined two […]