The lyrics of Lennon and McCartney’s famous song have never been more apposite than what is required to make Havant a thriving historic town it justifiably is, now as in the past. I daily walk around Havant town centre because I live within this busy, vibrant community meeting place for visitors and residents alike. Nowadays, … Continue reading Havant – All you need is love
The demise of another victim of the COVID19 pandemic occurred last week, with the sudden closure of Café Nero coffee shop in West Street, Havant. The Café Nero chain has been trying to refinance their business and unfortunately, this town’s branch was one of the casualties in this restructuring. I think it’s very sad, especially … Continue reading Café Nero, it’s more than a coffee shop closure
On most days, purple bags of litter are stacked for collection by Norse, Havant Borough Council's operations management organisation. Sometimes up to twenty bags are stacked against the Bulbeck Wall, near Santander Bank, often left overnight. Regularly, paper, food and other detritus of all sorts, is strewn across the grass verge, pavement and road. In … Continue reading Litter vandals are on the loose in Havant Town Centre!
Thanks to Volunteers who cleared the Spring of some of the weeds recently, a spring widely believed to be the reason why the settlement that eventually became Havant, exists. Now we need some funding to replace security timbers and repoint the stone walls. Another HCS project?