Is it art or vandalism? The city is looking shabby and unkempt and graffiti left unchecked often leads to worse acts of vandalism.
I am pleased to support World Diabetes Day. There are currently 4.5 million people living with diabetes in the UK and the consequences of this disease can result in premature fatalities, limb amputations and strokes. [...]
Rail works affecting Southampton area over Christmas and the New Year: Work will start early on the morning of Sunday 24 December 2017 and finish late on Monday 1 January 2018 (services will operate as [...]
This is unacceptable but people must only call 999 when it's a genuine emergency. When it is we should expect the emergency services to respond.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone celebrating across Southampton, a very Happy Diwali!
I am delighted to learn that the Three Rivers Community Rail Partnership were successful at the Association of Community Rail Partnerships annual awards last week. They were awarded a Silver award in the ‘It’s Your [...]
The World's Biggest Coffee Morning returns to Southampton on Friday. Macmillan Coffee Mornings are being held in a number of locations and I have included details of these below. I hope you are able to [...]
Today saw the launch of YoBike in Southampton. This is a short-term bike hire scheme that works by downloading an app, that you then use to unlock a bike with a code. The bikes are [...]
This Sunday the Alzheimer's Society have organised Southampton's first official Memory Walk and today is the last day to sign up to take part. The walk starts at 11am by Cemetery Lake on the Common. [...]
Should safe standing be allowed at St Mary's? A petition has been started calling for this to be allowed and so far hundreds of Saints fans have backed the call. I think this does have [...]