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Showing posts from September, 2018

Car Boot Sale

CAR BOOT SALE -Waterlooville Precinct. Sunday 7th October. See poster for details.


Only a week until the community/business meeting in the Baptist Church, London Road Waterlooville. Thursday 4 October @ 7pm is the time to make your voice heard. Tell your friends and neighbours to make sure they come along to prove Waterlooville residents and businesses do care!


This weekend it is the Schools Saturday. The bandstand will be alive with the steel drums from Horndean school and the fabulous bands from Cowplain School. Make a note in your diary to listen to these amazingly talented students. Starts at 11am


Thursday 4 October at 7pm in the Baptist Church Waterlooville. This is the time to make your voice heard and ask questions about Waterlooville. Your Ward councillors and the Deputy leader, Councillor Tim Pike will be there to listen.  Tell your friends and neighbours and prove to the council that the residents of Waterlooville do care!


Come along to the monthly cinema showing of The Guernsey literary and potato Peel Society in St Georges Hall on 27 September 7pm for 7.30pm.  £6 which includes a drink and treat!  Parking is free in the car park behind Iceland.  Why not make an evening of it by going for a meal in one of the many restaurants in Waterlooville Support the volunteers who run this monthly cinema for the Waterlooville community.  The films being shown this Autumn were chosen by the audience at the August showing!!


    The ultimate guide to cycling in the borough of Havant – which includes a map of all cycle routes – is now available! The new Cycle Havant leaflet, produced by Havant Borough Council, is available for free from locations across the borough including local libraries, cycle shops, Havant and South Downs College and the Public Service Plaza in Havant. It is also available online from . The fold-out leaflet provides essential, easy to understand cycling information, that is useful for people of all ages and abilities who are planning to go for a ride in the borough. At the centre of the leaflet is a unique cycle map of the borough. The map highlights areas where it’s best to cycle – both on-road and off-road – as well as National Cycle Network routes and key spots for cyclists to avoid such as difficult junctions, barriers or steps. In addition, the leaflet contains a guide to the local areas of Havant, Emsworth, Waterloovill


The amazing youngsters from Cowplain School and Horndean school will be performing in the Waterlooville Bandstand.  Rock Music and Steel drums.  Amazing music so make sure you come along and listen and ensure the performers have an audience they deserve!!!