Portsmouth’s young people have spoken. Throughout July, we have been publishing Young People’s Voices – a series of articles from young people living in Portsmouth talking about the issues that matter most to them. Maddie [… read more ]
A trolley bus clatters on sparking wires, the bowling alley echoes through thick smog, cathedral with no roof but bell and spire, school dinners all year round, Noggin the Nog. A concrete slab, a prefab, [… read more ]
Claire Udy is the first ever LGBT Officer for Portsmouth Labour. She’s sought to help with Portsmouth Pride but she hit a snag as it’s happening later in the year. However, as we are in [… read more ]
Meditations on Marx, Pompey architecture and translating the local lingo. Local resident Mike Gumbrell turns his satirical eye to some of Pompey’s unique foibles.
Anyone can spell something correctly, but it takes real skillz to spell things in Pomponian, our mother tongue. Mike Gumbrell levels up with this unique take on a North End street.