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We have all, I am sure, walked through the Green Channel when returning to the uk and felt guilty at not declaring that extra bottle of whisky or perfume and having the feeling that we were being watched.
A former customs officer spills the beans!
Julian was one of the fortunate ones who witnessed the evolution from drawing boards propped up on brick samples; yards, feet and inches via “draughting machines” to Computer Aided Design and 3D Modelling. Julian’s life as an Architect was one of laughs, misadventure and the absurd!
Havant Borough Talking Newspaper, known as HBTN, was founded in 1993 to serve the people of Havant and surrounding areas.
Each fortnight our dedicated volunteers produce and dispatch 60 minutes of local news in memory stick format as a completely free service to our listeners. It is also available on the British Wireless for the Blind Fund via its app for smart phones. Perhaps you know of someone who might benefit from our service? If so, please get in touch with us! You can find out how to reach us on www.hbtn.org.uk
This is a landscape rich in folklore and legend that has inspired generations of writers, artists and storytellers who have flocked to witness the beauty of the rolling chalk downland and the wooded heaths of the National Park.
Not only have the centuries of human habitation shaped the National Park but the landscape has and still does, dictate where people have chosen to live and work the
From Neolithic peoples, through to Roman occupation and beyond, it is a landscape steeped in the history of peoples who have called Britain their home.
This charity was initially set up to erect a memorial at Fratton Park (the home of Portsmouth FC), to honour the Portsmouth men who, during the First World War, after joining the 14th & 15th Battalions of The Hampshire Regiment became known as The Pompey Pals.
The charity has expanded its aims and now looks to honour and commemorate all Portsmouth citizens who have served in this country’s armed forces, or who have lost their lives as a result of enemy action from 1914 to the present day.
The life and times of a BBC radio presenter and producer at radio stations around the UK, Canada and Bermuda.
Pam raises funds to help support the 1st Alverstoke Guides
Bomber Command tells the story how Bomber Command took the fight to the Germans after the evacuation from Dunkirk. The evolution of the Lancaster Bomber, the life of the Bomber Command Crew, Op Chastise (Dambusters), the Bouncing and Tallboy bombs, the bombing of German cities, Op Manna (Food drops to Holland), Op Exodus (repatriation of POWs), the Sacrifice made by Bomber Command and how they are commemorated today (Bomber Command Memorial in London and International Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln).
Jeremy donates his speaker fee to Combat Stress,
Canberra target towing, in the firing line of Royal Navy gunners and missile operators (and former weapon system engineers like me from Vosper Thornycroft doing firing trials for export patrol boats and frigates).
Joe raises funds for Coast Watch