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Lord Mayor has sneak peek of LCT 7074 before official public opening

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The Lord Mayor of Portsmouth, Cllr Rob Wood, and Lady Mayoress, Debbie Wood, enjoyed a sneak peek of LCT 7074 landing craft tank at The D-Day Story ahead of its official public opening later in the year.

The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress visited the closed site of the landing craft on Clarence Esplanade as the final construction to safely secure the ship in place was underway.

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Shows at Portsmouth Guildhall will be back with a bang in 2021!

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The city’s premier concert venue, Portsmouth Guildhall, announces it will be back with a bang in 2021 following extended closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

For those missing the thrill of live performance, the venue offers the best in comedy, music, dance, drama and family entertainment around, with a range of Covid Safe measures in place to ensure the wellbeing of all.

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Radian partners with Shaping Portsmouth as our newest Patron

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On behalf of the Shaping Portsmouth organisation I am delighted that Radian Group and ourselves have joined this significant partnership for the benefit of our City and some of its most disadvantaged citizens.

The synergy between our two organisations is exciting as we want to make Portsmouth a place of Employment opportunity and where people's Wellbeing is paramount. In addition to this, the way in which we wish to engage with the Community to empower them in ways not thought possible before, plays right into the centre of Radian's beliefs and objectives.

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Welcome back to school: Portsmouth gets ready to have all pupils back in the classroom

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Portsmouth City Council 2016Preparations are underway in Portsmouth as teachers get ready to welcome all ages and year groups back into the classroom in September, following the coronavirus lockdown and summer holiday.

All early years settings, schools and colleges will be following national and local coronavirus guidance and implementing measures such as regular hand washing, one-way systems, staggered break times and frequent cleaning. Exact measures will vary to suit the building and requirements of staff and pupils at each nursery, school or college but the key aim is to ensure that all children and young people can feel confident about returning to the classroom.

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New tool for residents to report litter

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Portsmouth City Council 2016A new tool to report litter in the city has been launched by Portsmouth City Council.

Residents can report overflowing bins and rubbish throughout the city, including public open spaces, through a simple online form on the council website.

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