Two Spitfires flew over Waterlooville, Cowplain, Horndean today as part of the Battle of Britain 75 Anniversary Flypast. I wasn’t quick enough or close enough to video the flypast, the day was saved by Joanne Bignell who recorded the following footage – many thanks!
Yet more tyres were dumped by an unscrupulous business or individual in Waterlooville last night. Located just off of Tempest Avenue Waterlooville in a resident’s communal car park, what looks to be around 30+ tyres, car body panels and door cards were fly-tipped. This is not the first incident of fly-tipping here, another set of … Continue reading this article ››
After the success of The Wall of Floyd back in July, August’s Saturday Bandstand Event bought Jive swinging into Waterlooville Precinct. It was a beautiful summer’s day (one of the few!) and from 11am the melodic and up-beat sounds of East Coast Swing, Jive and Jitterbug swept through Waterlooville Precinct. The sounds of the … Continue reading this article ››
The summer holidays are becoming a nice routine of days filled with activities and days which are our ‘chill out’ days. Today was one of those quieter days; the morning was damp and drizzly so after lunch we popped into Waterlooville so the boys could continue with their mission to complete this year’s library challenge … Continue reading this article ››
It was a wet, rainy Sunday at the start of the summer holidays and with 3 energetic boys to entertain, why not take them to the newest soft indoor play area to open up in Waterlooville? Yes of course I am talking about The World of Play at Horizon Waterlooville Leisure Centre! The Leisure Centre … Continue reading this article ››
If you are a reader of our other ‘Good Life’ type posts then you’ll know we like to grow vegetables in the garden. In my last post I’d put together rudimentary bean and cucumber frames made from re-used bamboo canes and foraged branches from the woods. Up-cycling is taking a product or waste material in … Continue reading this article ››
I’ve been working hard this weekend on the 5 raised vegetable beds that I previously wrote about in the middle of April. Again, my lovely mum has been sewing seeds and then passing the seedlings onto to me to plant. This weekend I have been busy plating these little plants in the hope of yet … Continue reading this article ››
I was invited along to the launch of Springwood Community Centre’s newest venture – Orchids on Friday 24th April. Three of the centre’s volunteers; Jennifer, Amy and Sue have put their collective heads together and have created Waterlooville’s “Meet & Eat” event for people of all ages. Essentially they have created a ‘pop up’ place … Continue reading this article ››