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Demolition of Drift Bar to commence soon

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The former Drift in the City bar is to be demolished to make way for a new, vibrant and attractive public city centre space.

Plans for landscaping work, which retains the existing trees, and improves views of the war memorial and the entrance to Victoria Park, will be announced by Portsmouth City Council after stakeholders have been consulted.

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Coastal defences move forward in the north of the city

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Portsmouth City Council 2016Over the next fortnight, the North Portsea Island Coastal Defence Scheme will reach two major milestones.

The first of these is the re-opening of the coastal path at the Tipner Lake site between the Mountbatten Centre and Horsea Lane allotments at the beginning of November, with landscaping continuing for the next few weeks. This means that pedestrians and cyclists will be able to access the route in this area and enjoy the features that have been added, such as places to sit and new viewpoints across the lake.

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Orchestra plays Bizet for mental health charity

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The Portsmouth Philharmonic Orchestra playing at the Portsmouth Festivities in the summer of 2018.
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A music-oriented mental health charity is the latest good cause to benefit from a concert by the Portsmouth Philharmonic Orchestra.

Tonic is a Portsmouth-based charity which raises awareness and challenges the stigma often associated with mental illness through music and art-based events.

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The Hard Interchange scoops top local award

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Portsmouth City Council's state of the art transport hub has just been named 'Best New Building' in the Portsmouth Society's Design Awards. The Hard Interchange was one of six local buildings to receive an award and, along with the Tennis Pavilion in Canoe Lake, came away as joint overall winner on the night.

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Bored of Southsea celebrate 21 years of business

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Local skateboard shop Bored of Southsea are just about to celebrate 21 years of business, and as part of their birthday festivities, the Albert Road based shop is looking to re-issue one of it's most popular t-shirt designs from over the past two decades. And they're asking their customers and the local community to help choose which of their old designs the people want to see make a come back.

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