Portsmouth/Hayling Link  

Friends and Supporters

We are lucky enough to have many friends and supports from our local community who help our Link.

King Richards School Paulsgrove


Our friends at King Richards School in Paulsgrove had a non uniform day to support our Link and raised a fantastic £646.51.

Whistler’s Fish & Chips - Hayling Island Donation

Thanks to our friends at Hayling Island Whistler’s Fish & Chips and their customers, we recieved a donation to help us recover the money that was stolen from one of our collection tubs from a Pub in Portsmouth (See News Article)
Following the report we have had several donations from individuals and local businesses who wanted to help us recover the cash taken.
Rana, Emma and the collegues got to work and raise the donation,
We would like to pass on our thanks on to everyone who supported the fund raising efforts.

Hayling Island’s Community Indoor Climbing Wall


Hi ROCK Hayling’s Indoor Climbing Wall is Located in the Hayling College


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Our Publicity Co-ordinator Ben Baker visited Hi ROCK indoor climbing wall to arrange this years childrens visit in June.


Ben was welcomed by Peter Swift and WPC Debbie Surridge from Hi Rock and Alan White from Hayling College, they are part of the team who have made the Community project a great success since its opening in the summer of 2011.

Check out the Hi ROCK website for more information, the Climbing Wall is great fun for all ages.

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Even our Vice Chair Rob made it up the wall with Ben!

Tea with Linvoy Primus


Marian met up with Linvoy at the Graham Arms in Portsmouth, they discuss our Link and we hope to team up with Linvoy in the near future.  Linvoy was aware of the work we do with the Chernobyl children through our links to the Portsmouth FC Study Centre and his Faith in Football Charity work.


The things we have to do in support of our charity work!!

Portsmouth Football Club supporting our ’25 Years On’ awareness

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Jonathan Hogg - Kanu - Danny Webber - Aaron Mokoena - Nadir Ciftci

  Mercury Graphics donated a Banner to PHIL

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Our Vice Chair Rob Baker thanked Alan and Alex Stevenson from Mercury Graphics who donated a Banner to help raise awareness of the Children who are still suffering from the Chernobyl disaster.

   Richard Noble (OBE)- Project Director for the Bloodhound SSC


Richard recently visited Portsmouth to promote the Bloodhound SCC Project.  Rob Baker the PHIL Vice Chair took the opportunity to explain the work that the CCLL groups undertake in supporting the children affected by the Chernobyl disaster.  Richard agreed of the high importance of raising awareness for the charity cause. The 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl Disaster is a unique opportunity to educate and raise awareness to the challenges that the children and their families face every day. Richard wished us every success in our awareness activities and the series of candlelit vigil events across Europe on the 25th April 2011.