66. Discover Digital Gosport

66. Discover Digital Gosport


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From the comfort of your home, view a collection of video clips and image galleries on aspects of Gosport’s historical and cultural features from the past and present day…

Included will be…


• Gosport’s History of Sail Training – explores the long and valuable connection to sail training as part of the non-military associations to the sea.


• Stitching our way through Lockdown – an online gallery of textiles, skilfully created by the Alverstoke Quilters.


• All about Rhubarb: from the ground to the plate – Veterans from the First Light Trust share tips on how they grow rhubarb, offer interesting facts and some great recipes for rhubarb too.



• The Gosport Festival: 30 years on – Video, photos and programmes from those events. Hear about the ‘world music’ which featured, the ‘big name’ artists who headlined, and the local bands who supported.


• Visions of Gosport – local photographers work, featuring buildings, land and seascapes, wildlife and wildflowers, public gardens and green hideaways, weather at its best and its worst, and lots more…

• Birdseye Gosport – Aerial images via drone, with panning film of shorelines and some important historical developments, along with stills of some very familiar places seen from this not so familiar viewpoint.


• Gosport’s Rich Aviation Heritage – Short videos highlight key developments and occasions in our aviation history.



• Millennium Bridge – A key Gosport element in the “Renaissance of Portsmouth Harbour” Project, selected in 1995 to provide a lasting memorial to the new Millennium. Learn all about it.



…and more besides!

Just click the links and sit back to enjoy…

Links available from 10 September – check back to connect


Available anytime


No booking required


A good Internet connection will be required. Turn your speakers on and adjust volume to suit for video clips.

COVID-19 Considerations

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.


Allow 60-120 minutes, but you can pause and return at a later time.


View online from wherever you are…


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