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News From BitternePark.info
Here are the latest news feeds from BitternePark.info
- Audio: Riverfest plans taking shape
Plans are taking shape for Riverfest, a celebration of the river taking place around Riverside Park on Saturday, May 27. We caught up with organiser Catherine Wright to find out what’s on the cards.
- Council approval for Townhill Park development
The council has approved the next steps in the regeneration of Townhill Park.
- Coming soon: a MUGA in the park
A ‘MUGA’ – or ‘Multi Use Games Area’ – could be in action in Riverside Park "by August", it was recently revealed.
- NatWest bank to close in Portswood
It's been announced that the last of the ‘big four’ banks in Portswood, NatWest, will close on October 5. Read the full story on portswood.info
- Planning Inspector confirms path behind school can close to public
bitternepark.info understands that a decision has been made by the Planning Inspectorate, following last month's public local inquiry, effectively in favour of Bitterne Park Primary School (with some minor provisions).
- Power cut hits Bitterne Road West area
Update 2: A power cut affected 716 residents in the Bitterne Road West area on Sunday evening (March 26).
- Riverside pitch & putt and ‘football golf’ courses could open by summer
There are hopes that a nine-hole pitch and putt course, alongside a ‘footgolf’ facility, could open on the site of the closed golf course at Woodmill in time for the summer.
- New head for Bitterne Park School
A new headteacher has been appointed for Bitterne Park School and Sixth Form.
- Family reunited with precious baby photos found during Deepdene clean-up
A Southampton woman has been reunited with valuable photos and footage of her daughter taken in 2011, when she was about one year old, after their family camera was found during a litter pick at Deepdene, and an appeal to trace the owner was launched on bitternepark.info.
- Grants to encourage foster carers
Southampton City Council is offering one-off grants of around £1,600 to attract new foster carers and help reward those already fostering.
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