Southsea is a seaside resort with an amusement arcade on Clarence Pier. During the Second World War, the city (particularly the port) was bombed extensively by the Luftwaffe in the Portsmouth Blitz. [76] The Royal Navy's reliance on Portsmouth led to its becoming the most fortified city in the world. The wreckage was cleared in an attempt to improve housing quality after the war; before permanent accommodations could be built, Portsmouth City Council built prefabs for those who had lost their homes. All Boards. The court-martial opened on 12 September 1792 aboard HMS Duke in Portsmouth Harbour; of the ten remaining men, three were sentenced to death. [350], Portsmouth Harbour has passenger-ferry links to Gosport and the Isle of Wight from the Portsmouth International Port,[351] with car-ferry service to the Isle of Wight nearby. 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In 1684, a list of ships docked in Portsmouth was evidence of its increasing national importance. ): eleven times the regional average of 440 per square kilometre and more than London, which has 4,900 people per square kilometre. … Gatwick is linked by Southern train service to London Victoria station and Heathrow is linked by coach to Woking, which is on both rail lines to London Waterloo and the London Underground. His body was brought back to Portsmouth in November, and received high naval and military honours. [23][27] He granted the town the coat of arms of Isaac Komnenos of Cyprus, whom he had defeated during the Third Crusade in 1191: "a crescent of gold on a shade of azure, with a blazing star of eight points", reflecting significant involvement of local soldiers, sailors, and vessels in the holy war. [370] The city is on two direct South Western Railway routes to London Waterloo, via Guildford and Basingstoke. [18] In 838, during the reign of Æthelwulf, King of Wessex, a Danish fleet landed between Portsmouth and Southampton and plundered the region. What is it with Portsmouth where they seem to have a chip on their shoulder? [339] United Services Portsmouth F.C. Answer 1 of 12: This is where the Megabus is supposed to depart from, but I can't seem to find the Bus Stop A. Moneyfields F.C. Names or keywords. Faraday/D.C. Replies: 0 The H.D. [108][109], Redevelopment of the naval shore establishment HMS Vernon began in 2001 as a complex of retail outlets, clubs, pubs, and a shopping centre known as Gunwharf Quays. [429], City and unitary authority area in England, This article is about the city in Hampshire, England. All forums . Portsmouth Football Club discussion forum. The Palmerston Forts were built around Portsmouth in 1859 in anticipation of another invasion from continental Europe. IPS Default 4.4 (Default) Powered by Invision Community × Existing user? [337][338] In May 2017, as League Two champions, they were promoted to League One for the 2017–18 season. [324] It was constructed in phases; the nave was completed in 1882; the crossing in 1886, and the chancel by 1893. [64][65] In 1789, a chapel was erected in Prince George's Street and was dedicated to St John by the Bishop of Winchester. (0 members & 1 guests), Click here for a full list of the hundreds of forums available to you. The highest recorded temperature is 35 °C (95 °F). Studentpad will continue to maintain all services during the Covid-19 situation, and remains the best way to find first-rate student accommodation. [280] The remains of Henry VIII's flagship, Mary Rose, was rediscovered on the seabed in 1971. The new licence went to Ocean Sound (later known as Ocean FM), with studios in Fareham; Ocean FM became Heart Hampshire. [237] Portsmouth is most often the port from which Captain Jack Aubrey's ships sail in Patrick O'Brian's seafaring historical Aubrey-Maturin series. The 300-foot (91 m) tower will be Portsmouth's second-tallest structure, after the Spinnaker Tower. I am grateful my suburb has green areas, and I can walk up the hill and look over Portsmouth harbour, and I can walk down to the foreshore so I can still get my “seaside” fix. [74] By the turn of the 19th century, Portsmouth was the largest industrial site in the world; it had a workforce of 8,000, and an annual budget of £570,000. [39] Henry VII rebuilt the fortifications with stone, assisted Robert Brygandine and Sir Reginald Bray in the construction of the world's first dry dock,[40] and raised the Square Tower in 1494. [66], The city's nickname, Pompey, is thought to have derived from the log entry of Portsmouth Point (contracted "Po'm.P." [56] Although the church's chancel was saved by servicemen shortly after the raid, replacing the roof was deemed impossible due to the large amounts of salt solution absorbed by the stonework. Portsmouth Football Club discussion forum. [416] Other actors who were born or lived in the city include EastEnders actresses Emma Barton and Lorraine Stanley,[417] and Bollywood actress Geeta Basra. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the list below. [24][165] On 1 April 1974, it formed the second tier of local government (below Hampshire County Council);[166] Portsmouth and Southampton became administratively independent of Hampshire with the creation of the unitary authority on 1 April 1997. [260] The academy's intake policy is for a standard comprehensive school, drawing from the community rather than by religion. Portsmouth Articles : News Stories; FansOnline Pompey; Portsmouth Features : Player Ratings; Prediction League ; Squad Profiles; Home | Message Board | Top of Thread | Login | Register. Report Message | Email Message To A Friend | Reply To Message watched the game on the Player we were lucky not to get spanked 5-0 when Hawkins was sent on we just said oh no, but it did not matter. [80] HMS Victory's active career ended in 1812, when she was moored in Portsmouth Harbour and used as a depot ship. Read our community guidelines. [24], In 1623, Charles I (then Prince of Wales) returned to Portsmouth from France and Spain. Portsmouth Football Club discussion forum. It was closed in 1914 due to competition from tram and trolleybus services. [381] The canal was part of a larger scheme for a secure inland canal route from London to Portsmouth, allowing boats to avoid the English Channel. After it closed, housing (Anchorage Park), industry, stores (Ocean Retail Park) and a school (Admiral Lord Nelson School) were built on the site. [140], Portsmouth has a mild oceanic climate, with more sunshine than most of the British Isles. [78] The Royal Navy's West Africa Squadron, tasked with halting the slave trade, began operating out of Portsmouth in 1808. [360] They were quickly corrected, and the service was cleared for passengers on 23 May of that year. [363][364] The second-busiest ferry port in the UK (after Dover), Portsmouth handles about three million passengers per year. The Unofficial Portsmouth Footymad Although a light-rail link to Gosport was authorised in 2002 (with completion expected in 2005), the project has been in jeopardy since the Department for Transport refused to fund it in November 2005. The Romans built Portus Adurni, a fort, at nearby Portchester in the late third century. compete in Wessex League Division One; United Services was founded in 1962,[340] and Baffins Milton Rovers in 2011. [309][126] Plans were announced in 2015 for a Solent Eye at the pier: a £750,000, 24-gondola Ferris wheel similar to the London Eye. 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The £600 million mixed-use development, designed by Herzog & de Meuron, would include shops, offices and 1,500 harbourside apartments. announced plans to move from Fratton Park to a new stadium on reclaimed land next to the Historic Dockyard. [91] After the raid, Portsmouth mayor Denis Daley wrote for the Evening News: We are bruised but we are not daunted, and we are still as determined as ever to stand side by side with other cities who have felt the blast of the enemy, and we shall, with them, persevere with an unflagging spirit towards a conclusive and decisive victory. [413] John Pounds, the founder of ragged schools (which provided free education to working-class children), lived in Portsmouth and founded England's first ragged school there. [419] Ant Middleton, former SBS, current television presenter and author was born in Portsmouth. [174], Ten percent of Portsmouth's workforce is employed at Portsmouth Naval Dockyard, which is linked to the city's biggest industry, defence; the headquarters of BAE Systems Surface Ships is in the city. [71] A connection of the coat of arms with the Great Seal of Richard I (which had a separate star and crescent) dates to the 20th century. Parliamentarian troops were sent to besiege it, and the guns of Southsea Castle were fired at the town's royalist garrison. Bluetag Posted on 10/01/2020 13:02 Dismiss Mr Jackettt! [1][162], The city is administered by Portsmouth City Council, a unitary authority which is responsible for local affairs. Oct 19, 2020 #47 Dilligaf60 said: Rightly so. [36] Edward died in 1377; his grandson Richard II was crowned, and the French landed in Portsmouth that year. Reactions: gipetto and 123SunTan. [208] The Groundlings Theatre, built in 1784, is housed at the Old Beneficial School in Portsea. [39] He made Portsmouth a Royal Dockyard, England's only dockyard considered "national". [320] Significant changes were made when the Diocese of Portsmouth was founded in 1927. [311], Southsea is dominated by Southsea Common, a 480-acre (190 ha) grassland created by draining the marshland next to the vapour baths in 1820. The Conservatives have 19, including lord mayor Lee Mason. Portsmouth's history can be traced back to Roman Britain. [265][266], Many of Portsmouth's former defences are now museums or event venues. Sub-Forums Threads / Posts Last Post. [79], In April 1811, the Portsea Island Company constructed the first piped-water supply[80] to upper- and middle-class houses. Portsmouth Football Club discussion forum. 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[24] The air raids caused 930 deaths and wounded almost 3,000 people,[91][92] many in the dockyard and military establishments. [32], Edward II ordered all ports on the south coast to assemble their largest vessels at Portsmouth to carry soldiers and horses to the Duchy of Aquitaine in 1324 to strengthen defences. [262][263][verification needed] Other independent schools include Portsmouth High School,[citation needed] Mayville High School (founded in 1897),[264] and St John's College, a Catholic boarding school. The Portsmouth "and beyond" Nite Out Meetup Group Message Board › Dinner and Dancing at Tps Scoreboard tomorrow. Click here for a full list of the hundreds of forums available to you On 21 April 1926, Portsmouth was elevated from town to city status. Your most likely scenario would be train to Southampton Central and then change at that station for a direct train to Portsmouth. before you can post or reply to threads - click here to register. [317][318] It was rebuilt and developed into a parish church and an Anglican cathedral. [244] Portsmouth Fairy Tales for Grown Ups, a collection of short stories, was published in 2014. It’s awful I agree. The Portsmouth Area Talking News (PATN) was started in 1973. Their fans have gone on like absolute fucking bellends this year. Ask a question Recent Conversations. [115], The Hilsea Lines are a series of defunct fortifications on the island's north coast, bordering Portsbridge Creek and the mainland. Except for the celestial objects in the arms, the motto was that of the Star of India and referred to the troopships bound for British India which left from the port. [353] Portsmouth Continental Ferry Port has links to Caen, Cherbourg-Octeville, St Malo, and Le Havre in France,[354][355] Santander and Bilbao in Spain,[356] and the Channel Islands. [200], Portsmouth's two Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers, HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales, were ordered by defence secretary Des Browne on 25 July 2007. The forums are free to join, although you must play fair and abide by the rules explained here, otherwise your ability to post may be temporarily or permanently revoked. [102] Despite efforts by the city council to build new housing, a 1955 survey indicated that 7,000 houses in Portsmouth were unfit for human habitation. Every chance he could end up with 20 goals this season and people still moan about him every game. I was walking along the shore the other day and noticed lots of very old, sea worn bits of bricks amongst the pebbles. Subject. In 1982, a large proportion of the task force dispatched to liberate the Falkland Islands deployed from the city's naval base. [209] New Prince's Theatre and Southsea's Kings Theatre were designed by Victorian architect Frank Matcham. All I could find on Google Maps was the Hard Bus Stops C-J. [269] The southern part of the Royal Marines' Eastney Barracks is now the Royal Marines Museum, and was opened to the public under the National Heritage Act 1983. Click to expand... You're there, or there abouts I'd say. As regards accommodation I assume you have looked at the University links on the official Festival website. Portsmouth - A football fan's dream site: all the breaking news, live scores, results and match reports, prediction games, fan forums/messageboards, sports goods, competitions, in-depth statistics and full playing squad detail. [396], Portsmouth's daily newspaper is The News, founded in 1873 and previously known as the Portsmouth Evening News. Portsmouth is the birthplace of author Charles Dickens, engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel and former Prime Minister James Callaghan. They won’t go up this season. [33] Two years later, a French fleet led by Nicholas Béhuchet raided Portsmouth and destroyed most of the town; only the stone-built church and hospital survived. There’s no doubt that our recent success is better but obviously on a support level we’re a long way behind Sunderland. Any good Indian/Chinese/Kebab take aways in south Portsmouth 12 October 2020; Dockyards 03 October 2020; 40th Birthday 03 October 2020; … [313][314] The common has a large collection of mature elm trees, believed to be the oldest and largest surviving in Hampshire and which have escaped Dutch elm disease due to their isolation. The Breeze broadcasts from Southampton to the city on 107.4 MHz,[391] and the non-profit community station, Express FM, broadcasts on 93.7. Portsmouth International Port is a commercial cruise-ship and international ferry port. 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