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Key Parts Of The Mary Rose Go On Display For The First Time

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The new artefacts are now on display in the award winning museum. Images courtesy of The Mary Rose Trust. © Hufton+Crow.

Chart a course and set sail for the Mary Rose this half-term to see Henry VIII’s favourite warship reunited with key parts for the first time in almost 500 years!

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University of Portsmouth pledges commitment to the local community

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The University of Portsmouth has reaffirmed its commitment to the city by pledging to put the economy and quality of life in the local community top of its list of priorities.

The University joins 30 other institutions from across the UK in committing to produce a “Civic University Agreement” in partnership with local government and other major institutions.

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Final Spaces Available at the Primary Schools’ STEM Fair

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STEM businesses are being given an amazing opportunity to attend EBP South’s Primary Schools’ STEM Fair in partnership with Portsmouth Water. There are only a few spaces left.

The event has been running in a similar form for 30 years and has evolved to become a two-day event with businesses running 25-minute activities with small groups of primary students aged 9 and 10 years old.

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Businesses Start, Scale, Succeed with NatWest Pre-Accelerator Portsmouth

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Do you know someone who has a great idea for a business or is there an early-stage entrepreneur based in your local area?
They could validate and grow their start-up with our NatWest Pre-Accelerator Portsmouth, in partnership with Portsmouth City Council, Shaping Portsmouth and University of Portsmouth.

It’s a fully-funded, intensive eight-week course to help businesses start, scale and succeed.

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Council recruits additional community wardens to enhance city offer

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Cllr Dave Ashmore, Cabinet Member for Environment and Community Safety alongside the Community Warden Service team.

Portsmouth is set to have extra wardens patrolling the city, after funding for eight more was approved.

Portsmouth City Council's Cabinet funded the posts last year to boost the community warden service, a citywide team that help tackle anti-social behaviour and environmental issues.

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