5 April

Today in Gosport's Past:-  on 5 April 1982, thousands flocked to the harbour to watch & cheer as…

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4 April

Today in Gosport's Past:-  on 4 April 1886, Robert Raymond Smith-Barry, who has been described as 'the man…

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3 April

Today in Gosport's Past:-  on 3 April 1888, Lee-on-Solent Pier was officially opened to the public. It extended…

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1 April

Today in Gosport's Past:- on 1 April 1835, Robert Cruickshank's Haslar Toll Bridge was officially opened. This wasn't…

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31 March

Today in Gosport's Past: on 31 March 1897, the Duke of York (later to be King George V)…

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29 March

Today in Gosport's Past:- on 29 March 1947, Stanley Park was officially opened to the public. Here's a…

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28 March

Today in Gosport's Past:- on 28 March 1988, HM Submarine "Finwhale" (S05) left Portsmouth harbour for the last…

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24 March

Today in Gosport's Past:-  on 24 March 2011, the aircraft carrier HMS "Invincible" (R05) left Portsmouth harbour for…

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23 March

Today in Gosport's Past:- on 23 March 2014, Gosport Borough Athletic FC had the distinction of playing at…

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22 March

Today in Gosport's Past:-  on 22 March 2015, Stokes Bay was extremely busy as sightseers and photographers flocked…

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18 March

Today in Gosport's Past:- on 18 March 1830, The Anglesey Hotel, in Crescent Road, was officially opened. Situated…

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11 March

Today in Gosport's Past:- HMS "St Vincent" (the third Royal Navy ship to carry the name; the first…

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