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Councils combine to achieve £7.4m funding to help most vulnerable

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Portsmouth City Council will lead a consortium of nine local authorities for the delivery of first time central heating systems in vulnerable households.

The authority and its partner AgilityEco have been successful in attracting £4.65m from the Warm Homes Fund, with a further £2.8 million to be brought to the project from other energy efficiency funding streams bringing the total amount to £7.4 million.

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The Mary Rose Takes Over Southsea Castle

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Knights-in-training line up at the Totally Tudor Takeover of Southsea Castle.
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Looking for a great family day out this summer holiday?

Join the Mary Rose team at Southsea Castle from where Henry VIII watched his beloved Mary Rose sink during the Battle of the Solent in 1545. There will be talks about the sinking of the Mary Rose, real Tudor objects to examine, storytelling, games and archery.

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Portsmouth in the top 20 of UK universities for student satisfaction

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UoP 2017 Logo webPortsmouth students are among the most satisfied in the UK with their University experience, according to the annual National Student Survey (NSS) published last week (27th July)

For the 12th year running, the University of Portsmouth has excelled in the NSS and is ranked in the top 13 per cent of higher education institutions in the UK for student satisfaction.

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A delicious summer of food and fun dished up

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Healthier options are the order of the day this year as Portsmouth City Council gears up to launch it's Summer Food and Fun campaign in partnership with Warburtons, Food Portsmouth, Portsmouth FoodCycle and Food Bank, and Fareshare Southern Central.

The project will be providing children and young people a delicious healthy option meal throughout the holidays, and encouraging them to try new things.

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The National Museum of the Royal Navy at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is first port of call for commemorative First World War Lamplight of Peace

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On August 5 1914 the first shot at sea of the First World War was fired and exactly 104 years later a Lamplight of Peace commemorating the work of the Great War tunnellers and the millions of soldiers, sailors and merchant seamen that lost their lives will embark on its own 100-day journey ending on Remembrance Sunday on 11 November. Its first call is at The National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.

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