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University signs up for Solent East Careers Hub

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The University of Portsmouth and Airbus have partnered with the Careers & Enterprise Company and Solent Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to help young people to prepare for the fast-changing world of work.

By signing up to become a ‘Cornerstone Employer’ they have committed to investing time and resources to support schools and colleges from across the Solent area with their careers education, inspiring the future workforce.

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New public information events for Southsea Coastal Scheme

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The team delivering the Southsea Coastal Scheme will be back out in Portsmouth at the end of May with a series of pre-planning public information events.

More than 400 people attended the consultation in February where cycling provision, protecting historical assets and fine design details emerged as the most popular themes.

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Plaques go up in Portsmouth to honour D-Day fallen

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Plaques to local men killed during D-Day and the Battle of Normandy have started to appear in Portsmouth streets as tributes, 75 years on.

The first of the Portsmouth City Council plaques went up in Jervis Road, Stamshaw last week, outside the former home of Private Robert Johns, who died in France in July 1944, aged 16. He is believed to have been the youngest British soldier killed in the Second World War.

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HIVE Portsmouth announces first event for the people of Portsmouth

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On Friday 31st May HIVE Portsmouth will be hosting HIVE Spring Festival; an event focusing on all things environmental.

The event, which is during half-term, will include a host of free entertainment perfect for the whole family.

Whether people are looking to upcycle an old outfit, get their bike fixed up or learn the benefits of encouraging wildlife into their garden, there will be something there for the whole family to enjoy.

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Social enterprise Need Street Food reach regional finals of 2019 British Street Food Awards

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Pete and Stu webPortsmouth street food business and social enterprise Need Street Food has been selected from 3,000 applicants to be part of the line-up at the southern heat of the 2019 British Street Food Awards — and they’re seeking the support of their city to reach the finals.

Taking place this bank holiday weekend in Gunwharf Quays, the event will see visitors voting for their favourite dishes from Saturday 25th to Monday 27th May. The three-day food festival will also feature a fully-stocked bar and music from Wave 105.

Need Street Food will be cooking their signature French Dip Rolls during the long weekend — sous-vide brisket rolls served with gravy dips. Every one sold will fund shipments of life-saving food to children and mothers in need overseas.

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