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This week, I share news of a great summer festival event I will be demonstrating at in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard on August 5th, 6th and 7th at Boathouse #4. Whilst not necessarily turning oriented, there is a vast amount to see and do in and around Boathouse 4, all for FREE. Here are some links of interest: YouTube Essay: http://www.msabansmith.com/2016/04/21/woodturning-on-youtube-the-inspiration-and-the-influence/ Boathouse 4: http://www.boathouse4.org International Boat Building Training College: http://www.ibtcportsmouth.co.uk Portsmouth Historic Dockyard: http://www.historicdockyard.co.uk/ Boathouse 4 on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Boathouse4/ Boathouse 4 on Twitter: @boathouse_4 I mention at the end of the video a special pen review on Thursday - stay tuned for that as I...
First day and first proper vlog, I was and still am very nervous about this whole concept! I hope you enjoy and would love it if you could LIKE, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE if you haven't already. Where else to fine me? Twitter: @toesontoast Instagram: @toesontoast *All opinions within this video are my own* Lots of love, toesontoast x x
Businesses from across the south of England, attending the My Journey Travel Conference organised by travel sustainability charity Sustrans, have been learning how to travel smarter and boost company profits. The free conference held at Portsmouth Guildhall was near full occupancy this morning, with businesses from all trade backgrounds hoping to pick up tips and gain valuable guidance on how to access available grants and funding schemes. -------------------------- Read more on Team Locals here: http://www.teamlocals.co.uk/news/portsmouth/news-business/businesses-learn-smarter-travel-with-my-journey-portsmouth-084
Defence giant BAE Systems is reviewing its warship business, raising fears of job losses at sites including its historic Portsmouth dockyard. The GMB union said consultants had been hired as part of a study into the future of the company's shipbuilding business. Regional organiser Gary Cook said there was only a few years' work left at Portsmouth, with the prospect of winning orders to build merchant ships "not great" because of subsidies paid to firms in other countries, particularly the Far East. "BAE is looking for naval work from other nations. There are opportunities and the UK is very well placed because we have a reputation that is second to none, with a highly skilled and motivated workforce. This must be made to count for something," he said. The union's comments follo...
A cleanup crew arrives after a Portsmouth woman, 42, was stabbed to death in an apartment at 100 Almeida Terrace on Tuesday night. By: dnaylor Published on: September 9, 2015 Source: http://www.tout.com/m/lr5iyf
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I went traveling after studying in Manchester for a year. I had a great time and discovered some amazing places! Part 2 will be coming in the next few days! I'm still a bit new to this style of filming, so bear with me while I learn! Thank you so much for watching ❤ Check out all the links below, and please subscribe!☮ ---------------------------------------------------- ♡ TWITTER http://www.twitter.com/aWildflowerLife ♡ INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/aWildflowerLife ♡ TUMBLR http://awildflowerlife.tumblr.com ♡ PINTEREST http://www.pinterest.com/SirisLife
9.12.2012: Coach Ryan Moniz of Portsmouth High School, and Coach Geoff Marcone of the La Salle Academy Rams talk about their teams and chances in this Friday evening's high school football game of the week. Providence Journal video by Kris Craig and Glenn Osmundson More: http://news.providencejournal.com/sports/high-school/2012/09/video-portsmouth-and-la-salle-prepare-for-football-game-of-the-week.html
A magazine for Pensioners across Portsmouth is looking for more cash, after its council grant was slashed. The journal is free and is read by thousands of elderly people across Portsmouth. Charlotte Briere-Edney reports.
Interview with Dr Lincoln Geraghty, University of Portsmouth, UK. Lincoln Geraghty is Reader in Popular Media Cultures in the School of Media and Performing Arts at the University of Portsmouth. In this video, he introduces his research and work with open access journal Cogent Arts & Humanities. http://cogentoa.tandfonline.com/journal/oaah20
James Watt's routine from the UKBFF Portsmouth on the 29th April 2012 where he won his class and the overall title. Find his journal here at Testosteronemuscle. http://testosteronemuscle.co.uk/training-logs-12/desire-best-my-story-prep-journal-6051/
10.25.2011: Students Atlantis Charter School in Fall River River try to find their way through the 8-acre corn maze at Escobar Farm in Portsmouth on Tuesday morning. If you were to walk the whole thing, it would be two miles and there would be 85 times where you would have to decide whether to turn left or right. This is the 12th year for the maze. The Providence Journal/Kathy Borchers
The Owl Critic Click here to buy paper book: https://www.amazon.com/Yesterdays-authors-Thomas-Fields-1817-1881/dp/B003R7JIUG%3FSubscriptionId%3DAKIAIL5GI4XGGTHWLXRQ%26tag%3Daltanesta20-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3DB003R7JIUG Written by:James Thomas FIELDS (1817 - 1881) LibriVox volunteers bring you 23 recordings of The Owl Critic by James T. Fields. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for April 3, 2011. James Thomas Fields (December 31, 1817 – April 24, 1881) was an American publisher, editor, and poet. At the age of 14, Fields took a job at the Old Corner Bookstore in Boston. His first published poetry was included in the Portsmouth Journal in 1837 but he drew more attention when, on September 13, 1838, he delivered his "Anniversary Poem" to...