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Portsmouth Revisited

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Portsmouth Dockyard, c.1877 by James Tissot (1836-1902). Bequeathed by Sir Hugh Walpole 1941.©Tate, London 2019

You're invited to step back in time and take a fresh look at Portsmouth through the eyes of an artist with a major new display opening at Portsmouth Museum on 21st September.
Portsmouth Revisited brings together over fifty views of Portsmouth, with the earliest work painted over 300 years ago and the most recent produced in the early 1900s.

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Hovertravel helps man with tumble dryer strapped to his back

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Ian Dory has started his challenge to walk around the Isle of Wight with a tumble dryer strapped to his back with the help of Hovertravel. Ian is walking to raise awareness and funds for Charlie’s Beach Hut, a charity that provides a relaxing environment for families of children with life limiting illnesses and families of fire-fighters that have suffered bereavement, or life changing injury whilst in the line of duty.

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Shaping public transport in Portsmouth

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SEHRTPortsmouth residents are being asked to give their views to help shape the future of public transport in South East Hampshire.

A new travel survey has been launched this week to support an ambitious bid to the government's Transforming Cities Fund.

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