🗳 Photo ID now required at polling stations

[March 2023] The government have changed the law so that voters will now have to present an identification document (ID) that has their picture   →

◻️ Call for water quality sampling in the harbour to restart

[February 2023] The Labour group on the Borough Council are calling for negotiations with Portsmouth City Council to reinstate regular water quality testing in   →

◻️ Havant fails to win any ‘Levelling-Up’ funds

[February 2023] Havant Council’s bid for a £20M share of central Government’s ‘Levelling-Up’ fund, to enable regeneration of Havant Town Centre, has been declined.   →

◻️ Do you trust Southern Water?  Have your say.

[January 2023] Three public consultations are currently being run on a major new infrastructure project that Southern Water is planning for our area. The   →

◻️ Labour candidates selected for 2023 elections

[September 2022] St Faiths and Emsworth Labour Party have selected our candidates for the local elections in May 2023. Gillian Harris has been selected   →

◻️ This bridge is a disgrace to Havant

[July 2022] The state of the railway footbridge at Havant station is a disgrace to the town. A large section (pictured, right) has recently   →

📰 Latest newsletters

[November 2022] Our members endeavour to deliver copies of the newsletter “St Faiths Ward Matters” to every residence in the ward. If you’ve not received   →

◻️ Boundary Commission consultation

[June 2022] The Boundary Commission have published proposals to change ward boundaries across Havant in 2024 and to reduce the number of Borough Councillors   →

◻️ New Lane piling

[July 2022] Message from Phil Munday: Noise pollution and dust from the construction site at 32 New Lane As a local Councillor I have   →

🗳 2022 election result

[May 2022] Here’s the result of the May 2022 contest for the St Faiths ward seat on the Borough Council.   1.   Phil Munday   →