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Celebrating a hall for all

The Pallant Centre in Havant hosted a service of remembrance, thanksgiving and celebration on November 4th 2018 and Havant Symphony Orchestra (HSO) were proud to be represented there by four of its members who provided a string quartet to support the hymn-singing.

The hall at the Pallant Centre was, reputedly, built as a memorial to those who served in the first World War. St Faith’s Church, who own the hall, therefore felt it appropriate to hold a thanksgiving service at this time when the centenary of the end of the war is being celebrated everywhere.

In fact, St Faith’s Church in Havant is particularly fortunate in that it owns quite a complex of buildings which they have recently begun renovating to form the ‘Pallant Centre’ (named after the road it is in). The Pallant Centre operates as a superb community hub for all sorts of activities from tots’ music classes through Brownies to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and the completion of the first phase of the renovations provided anothe…

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