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Serving You is now online!

The council's magazine, Serving You, is currently being delivered to households across the borough, but if you simply cannot wait it is available online here! Serving You keeps residents up-to-date with council services and activities, and is also...

Havant Heroes, an afternoon of reflection

In the year that marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, Havant Borough Council invites you to remember the heroes of Havant. Stories, told by the local community, together with photographs and personal belongings will be...

Shortlisted coastal defence options for Langstone revealed

Residents are invited to find out about the Langstone coastal defence study which will identify options to reduce coastal flood and erosion risk to more than 100 homes in Langstone. Two drop-in events are being held. The events are an opportunity to...

Regeneration is key for borough’s success

The borough of Havant is set to be transformed over the next 18 years after councillors voted unanimously to adopt the new Regeneration Strategy for Havant 2018-2036. At last night’s Full Council meeting councillors considered the ambitious...

Goals galore!

Football will continue later into the winter season at Front Lawn Recreation Ground, Leigh Park, after funding was secured for two new football goals. The pair of roll-on roll-off goals costing £1,058 have been funded by Havant and Waterlooville...

More than 1,000 school children to learn about safety and respecting their area

School children from across the borough will learn how to keep safe and respect their area at the annual Junior Citizen event organised by Havant Borough Council. Pupils aged 10 and 11 years from primary schools in the borough of Havant are invited...

Commemorating our fallen heroes

On Sunday 11 November, Remembrance Day services will be taking place across the borough to commemorate service personnel who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. The Mayor of Havant will take part in the Remembrance Day parade and...

WWI Tommy Soldier figure to be unveiled

A permanent sculpture, known as Tommy, will be unveiled outside the Public Service Plaza, Civic Centre Road, Havant during a short ceremony on Friday 9 November at 11am.  The specially designed metal figure depicting the outline of a lone soldier is...

Drainage work begins

Work to rectify persistent drainage problems at Hobby Close open space in Wecock is now underway. Havant Borough Council, working with Wecock Farm Big Local, has secured funds to enable the improvement work to go ahead. Phase one of the work will...

There but not there

The borough of Havant will join a national campaign to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. As part of the borough’s commemoration of Armistice on 11 November the installation of 15 transparent seated military figures will be taking...

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