Hosts Ian Morris and Simon Sansbury return this week after a technical glitch at the weekend. This week Revd Amy Webb talks about a new community food initiative for Cosham, Wymering and Paulsgrove and our hosts reflect on the new tier system, with Portsmouth in Tier 2.
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Pompey’s favourite party political podcast returns with hosts Ian ‘Tiny’ Morris and Simon Sansbury. In this week’s episode, Ian and Simon are joined by David Simpson to talk about the concept of participatory budgets, how do they work? [… read more ]
S&C contributor and Pompey Politics Podcast host Ian Morris shares his experience of the lockdown, as someone with diabetes. It’s Day 85, and as we get ever closer to the end of our Not Out [… read more ]
Portsmouth City Council (PCC) will decide today whether to introduce a new air pollution monitoring station ahead of the possible implementation of a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) in 2021, but a local campaigner is concerned [… read more ]