Redbridge and Millbrook flyovers and a number of adjoining slip roads require essential carriageway repairs. Works will take place overnight from Monday 27 March to Thursday 6 April, working Monday through to Thursday nights from 8pm until 6am.
The emerging Itchen Riverside Master Plan will offer potential occupiers a clear insight into the way Southampton City Council would like to see the Itchen Riverside VIP project unfold in the coming years. Find out more by following links.
Do you know an individual, or a community organisation, who helped make Southampton a special place in the last year? If so, then you can nominate them for a St George Community Award.
Based at Acorn Business Park on Empress Road, Joe Maloney uses skills learned over the years trading as a builder and carpenter to produce bespoke handmade furniture and other fabrications.
We want to work with residents to develop ideas they want to see, ensuring that people living in Northam are funding and supporting projects for Northam to meet local priorities.
Organised by Active Kids Active Neighbourhood (IKAN) and supported by Celebrate Lottery funding and West Itchen Community Trust, two community fairs were held at James St Church in February bringing the incredible, educational entertainment of â€˜Mad Scienceâ€™ and Professor Pottyâ€™s magic show to families of St Marys.
If you’ve ever been abused, assaulted, targeted or intimidated because of who you are, you may have been the victim of a hate crime or hate incident. West Itchen Community Trust is one of many organisations working closely with Hampshire Constabulary to eliminate Hate Crime in our city.
Â This month both Southampton Medina Mosque and Bashir Ahmed Mosque opened their doors to the wider community for Visit My Mosque day. The nationwide initiative saw more than 150 religious buildings inviting members of other faiths into their place of worship.Â Volunteers and mosque officials gave guided tours, answered questions and provided […]
On Wednesday 8 February Gary Hart, Senior Community Outreach and Engagement Officer from the Houses of Parliament came to the Voluntary Action Centre in St Marys to help local people and organisations gain a better understanding with our UK Parliament.
Local residents living in Newtown and Nicholstown have come together to oppose fortnightly bin collections. Over 300 residents have already signed a petition opposed to the Council’s new budget proposal.