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Hovertravel celebrates partnership with NHS

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Left to right: Iain Reeves, Isle of Wight Ambulance Service; Steve Attrill and Mike Nash, HoverTravel; Darren Claydon and Martin Thearle, Isle of Wight Ambulance Service

Hovertravel has celebrated a partnership which has contributed significantly to the local community, by proudly displaying the logos of the NHS and Isle of Wight Ambulance on both its hovercraft.

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Portsmouth Guildhall becomes University of Portsmouth Teaching Space in Creative Response to Coronavirus Pandemic

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An exciting new partnership will see Portsmouth Guildhall temporarily used as a teaching space by the University of Portsmouth in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The venue’s 2,000 seat auditorium and suite of ten smaller rooms, which would normally host concerts and conferences, will be repurposed for Covid-secure face to face teaching and student welcome events from the end of September until December.

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Love to Ride for Cycle September

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Portsmouth City Council is delighted to be launching Love to Ride Portsmouth, the global bike challenge, for Cycle September.

Cycling is central to the UK’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. Every trip by bike frees up seats on public transport and space on the roads for people who can’t ride a bike and for key workers to get to vital jobs. Cycling can also protect our NHS by improving public health and helping us to be better prepared for a second wave. Portsmouth City Council are encouraging all organisations and individuals to join Cycle September and help get more people on bikes.

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Last Push for the Southsea Dinosaur

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Visualisation of the Luna Park tribute bronze artwork alongside the Luna Park 10 Years virtual reality digital dinosaur by Studio Morison, 2020.

Portsmouth’s contemporary art gallery Aspex is just one final Ultrasaurus sized step away, from reaching it’s fundraising target to commission a new piece of public art for Southsea Common.

Aspex’s crowdfunding campaign to ‘Bring Back The Southsea Dinosaur’ has received pledges from members of the public for over 25% of its £10,000 target, unlocking £5000 of match funding from Portsmouth City Council’s Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), funds generated from developers undertaking building projects in the city.

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