We try to keep the noticeboards up to date, but always check the information before relying on it! The web pages may not be up to date.
Regular events will be on our ”today” page with information about the weather and tides.
Special Events were on our “events” page, together with links to events in Portsmouth.
Starting simple. Watching television is popular. There are three possible routes. Freeview (through an aerial), Freesat or Sky (from a satellite) and over the internet (i-
Local channels are BBC1 (channel 101 or 1) and ITV1 (Meridian), (usually Channel 103 or 3)
The Breeze, 107.4FM
Moving out of the building, the promenade provides walks that can lead to many local venues.
Refreshments en Route along the Promenade
Going East: Pier (various), kiosks, Beach Cafe, Tenth hole (near), Coffee Cup and the Horse trailer at the far end (near Eastney swimming pool)
Going West: The Briney, Pyramids, Castle Restaurant, D-
“Map My Walk” provides a list of Southsea Walking Trails It is an app on mobile phones and can be found online at mapmywalk.com.
From Clarendon Road (our side)
Route 3 (Changes to 1), To The Hard via Eastney, Fratton and City Centre
Route 18 (Changes to 17), To Ocean Park (Shopping centre) via Eastney and St Mary’s hospital. Lidl, M&S, Currys Bestbuy etc)
From Clarendon Road (opposite)
Route 3 to Fareham via Southsea shops, The Hard, City Centre and QAH.
Route 18 to Pauksgrove via Fratton and North End and QAH.
Route 23 to Leigh Park via Southsea shops, The Hard, Cosham and Havant
Route 25 from the Hard, via the Cathedral, this end of Waverley Road (nearest stop), Elm Grove and on to the Hayling Ferry. Sit upstairs for views!
More information can be found in the transport section of this website
Good routes from here to:
Portsmouth Harbour (most trains) -
Portsmouth and Southsea (all trains) -
All stations have trains to Basingstoke, London Victoria and Waterloo, Brighton and Cardiff Central. Selected trains start at Portsmouth and Southsea.
More information can be found in the transport section pf this website.
“Starting from your apartment”
Summarising what is available here and transport to visit other venues. There are links to more detailed information.
* LOCAL TAXIS
Most local taxis need to be booked and the booking systems are designed for mobile phones. You can also use a landline or the internet. There are a number of firms that specialise in airports or longer journeys. These are listed in the transport section of this website here, though try and find a recommendation from another home owner if you can.
* Where to go to
We have made suggestions on this website:
Local places that host a variety of events are listed under “Places to go to”
For specific types of events and more ideas look at our list of “Events to go to”.
If you have a device that will access the internet, then you can watch programmes that are being streamed and join online meetings using an interface called “Zoom”. Local Venues, Societies, and churches offer was to watch and participate. Within TRC you can join a Coffee morning or Tea Party, make video calls with others and meet with and question our Estate Manager. For more information, send an email to the website address and someone will contact you and can help you to get started.