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Following the sad passing of well-respected, determined and popular councillor Jill Wright last month, the local Labour party has chosen Bridgemary resident James Fox to stand in this month’s by-election. James Fox is a familiar face in Bridgemary. He attended Bridgemary primary and secondary schools and later worked for local firms, Haslar hospital and the […]
Today’s meeting about Gilkicker: Over 80 residents attended a lively public meeting to discuss a range of access, environmental and legal issues concerning the Fort Gilkicker development. Those attending shared information, experiences and concerns. Chris Percival is gathering evidence to apply to get the route between GAFIRS and the Fort recognised a public Right of […]
An open letter to Fareham Borough Council from Gosport Borough Council’s Ward representative for Bridgemary North, Councillor Dennis Wright I would wish to object most strongly to that part of your Draft Local Plan which proposes to develop up to 475 homes between Newgate Lane and Tukes Avenue in Gosport. This is in violation of […]
Gosport Labour Party members and friends eight in all did a Ramble for Children in Need on Sat 14th. We started at Fort Gilkicker and gathered signatures to support the Public Right of Way claim to protect the level access needed to complete the Solent Way. We proceeded to the Diving Museum had a coffee […]
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Are you concerned with parking problems in Gosport? There is a new development. Gosport’s only traffic warden, will be working more closely with Streetscene and the police, to deal with parking problems. A new contact email address to report any problems is below, and the traffic warden is now based in the Streetscene office. Any […]
Gosport schools are going to be badly hit by the cuts to funding.
Total Budget Change for Gosport Schools by 2019 is a cut of £5,043,387 In financial terms this equates to loosing 146 teachers or loosing the entire budget of the following six infant schools School Budget 2016 Alverstoke Infant £799,379 Brockhurst Infant £772,492 Gomer Infant £732,161 Lee-on-the Solent Infants £977,249 Peel Common Infant & Nursery £827,300 […]