Havant

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Havant

(ˈhævənt)
n
(Placename) a market town in S England, in SE Hampshire. Pop: 45 435 (2001)
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Caspar MacDonald-Hall also has several other property investments including Sheet Anchor Property Investments of Havant, Hampshire, and jointly owns Southamptonbased property investment company Proudreed.
Richard Walsh appeared at Portsmouth Magistrates' Court in connection with the attack in Havant, Hampshire, on June 26.
The most recent to my knowledge were saved, after campaigners, supported by the local council, won a long fight ahead of the demolition of the War Memorial Hospital in Havant, Hampshire.
The abuse is alleged to have taken place at Dolphin Court - run by the Royal Mencap Society - in Havant, Hampshire.
Sport-loving Colin lived alone in Havant, Hampshire - near brother Derek, who is from Portsmouth - after a divorce.
Cpl David O'Connor, 27, of Havant, Hampshire, and Cpl Channing Day, 25, died on patrol in Helmand province on Wednesday.
Cpl O'Connor, 27, lived with his mother in Havant, Hampshire.
A letter sent to parents of children at Barncroft primary school in Havant, Hampshire, requested that children take off their shoes on arrival in the morning.
At Park Community School in Leigh Park, near Havant, Hampshire, 50 students were members of a 'Hampshire burn' page.
Waitrose in Havant, Hampshire, was marred by poor availability.