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Loch to Loch, Cycling from Portsmouth to Cairndow in Scotland

Locals Michael McDonald & girlfriend Jo are setting off soon for an epic 550 mile long bike ride from Lock Fyne restaurant in Gunwharf all the way to Cairndow in Scotland, the location of Lock Fyne itself. The ride begins on the 31st of March with the route winding it’s way north stopping off at different Loch Fyne restaurants at different towns on the way.

The ride itself is to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support charity, a vital charity that provides invaluable support to people newly diagnosed or undergoing treatment for cancer and their family too. Money is being raised in two ways, the first is a raffle with prizes donated by local businesses, tickets are £5 and it all goes to the charity. The second way to help support this ride is by donating direct to the Loch to Loch Just Giving page.

You can find out more about the ride and also keep up to date with progress once it begins at:

Loch to Loch (1)

Loch to Loch (2)

Southsea Skatepark 3rd Anniversary Jam

Time flies! In April it will be three years since Southsea Skatepark was handed over from Portsmouth City Council to a newly set up charity. To celebrate the anniversary plus the formal opening of the brand new skatepark skate and BMX shop the skatepark is holding a jam event on Saturday 26th April. The jam includes loads of fun events that anyone can try and get involved (if they feel up for it) with highest ollie, bunnyhop, a game of SKATE plus for the first time in decades, time trials to see who can go down the snake run the fastest. Along with all of this there will be demonstrations from local riders, food, live DJs and much more so if you haven’t been to the skatepark before or not in a little while, please come along and reconnect, as a charity the skatepark can only get better and better with the support of the local community!

In the evening there will also be a roller disco too so you are more than welcome to enjoy the skatepark for the whole day if you want to.

More details will be going up on the Southsea Skatepark website, Facebook page, Instagram and Twitter in the coming days and weeks:

Southsea Skatepark 3rd Anniversary Jam
(Artwork by Mimic from AllCaps)

Portsmouth Street Games at Portsmouth Guildhall Square This Summer

Back in the 70s, before even Portsmouth Skatepark had been developed from the roller rink, Portsmouth Guildhall Square was home to a demonstration by the famous 1970s Hobie Skateboards team (Mike Weed, Bob Scolberg and Skitch Hitchcock) in October 1977. The demo inspired many local young people to get in to skateboarding and helped in some way to get the skatepark the following year. The Guildhall has been a popular spot for skateboarding, BMXing and more ever since and this summer sees a new, local event aiming to bring these all together at the Guildhall Square for the first time in a brand new event.

Portsmouth Guildhall and Big Adventures are working with Southsea Skatepark and Zero Gravity with the brand new, weekend long Portsmouth Street Games running Saturday 31st May to 1st June at Guildhall Square. The event will include freestyle mountain bike performances from Zero Gravity (who you may well have seen previously perform at Gunwharf), flatground and ramp BMX plus skateboarding by guys from Southsea Skatepark, street dance from Portsmouth’s own Most Wanted & Streetforce DC, local freerunners and Portsmouth Roller Wenches.

On top of all that there will be a major street art event running, curated by My Dog Sighs and Lex from AllCaps, including graffiti and street artists from Portsmouth and further afield, painting walls and a canvas the size and shape of a New York City train carriage. Local streetwear brands will also have stalls at a market throught the weekend plus there will be music and food too.

The event is free and open to everyone, we’ll see you there!

For more details see the flyer below (artwork by AllCaps).

Portsmouth Street Games at Portsmouth Guildhall Square This Summer (1)

Portsmouth Street Games at Portsmouth Guildhall Square This Summer (2)

Pompeys 12th Man & The Ride 2 Bury

Tom from Pompeys 12th Man told us the other week about the plan for a small group of Portsmouth FC fans to cycle to the away game at Bury, last away game of the season, to raise money to buy community shares and also money to give to the #fightforjack fund. The route itself is over 300 miles and will be split over three days taking them up to Oxford, then Birmingham before the ride to Macclesfield and finally Bury, with the team arriving at the ground before kickoff. Some of the team will even then make the ride back to Portsmouth again the following day…some serious, heavy weight fan support.

What started off as a small group has grown and grown to (at the moment) 20 cyclists of varying abilities and fitness, from people who ride at the weekends for fun through to triathletes. By the time the ride begins on the 23rd April don’t be surprised to see many more people involved…with a Tour de France style peloton setting north. We wish Tom, Carl and all the group the best of luck and are looking forward to seeing photos and updates on the trip via Twitter with @Pompeys12thMan and the hashtag #Ride2Bury.

You can find out all you need about the fundraising ride on the website. Really liking the artwork, inspired by 1980s Pompey programme designs:

Pompeys 12th Man & The Ride 2 Bury

Hayling Ferry Back in Action

The Hayling Ferry is a vital piece of transport infrastructure for both the city of Portsmouth and Hayling Island, connecting the two across the short and highly tidal entrance to Langstone Harbour. The ferry itself has over the years has been the only viable way for many school children to travel in the morning and afternoon and is also a key means of transport for many local people travelling for both work and pleasure to each of the islands. The ferry itself is also part of the National Cycle Network and often used all year round for cyclists enjoying the round-harbour ride taking in the Eastern Road, Farlington Marshes and the Hayling Billy.

We’re very happy to hear that from today the ferry is back and better than ever after a difficult time for all sorts of reasons (many laid out in their open letter published recently). Looking forward to the first harbour ride of the year!

You can keep up to date with what is going on with the ferry over on the Hayling Ferry twitter account: @Hayling_Ferry

Bike U Like Expands

Cyclists rejoice, one of Southsea’s newest and brightest bike shops has expanded. Located half way down Albert Road, Bike U Like has fast become your go to place for niche cycling gear and friendly service. And their hard work seems to be paying off, as they have now taken over the shop next door. The space that used to hold Cap Kandi (now located in Cascades) has allowed the shop to grow into the store it has always meant to be. The chill out area with coffee machine is a nice touch, with plenty of cycling magasines to get through at your leisure. Props to Arunas and his wife Ingrida for trying differentiate themselves from the pack by becoming the sole stockists for cycling brands and items such as Brooks Cambium saddles, the ever stylish Carradice bags, LumiCycles lights and the highly desirable Tange frames for the Portsmouth area. Providing us local cyclists with a strong range of stock to choose from. I wish Bike U Like all the best for 2014, and look forward to them being part of Portsmouth’s progressing cycling scene.







Strong Island Bike Rides – A Retrospective

Five years ago, at the start of 2009, we organised our very first bike ride for the Easter bank holiday. Strong Island had started in September so we were only a few months old but we thought it might be fun for some friends to get together and have a ride around Southsea. I say organised, really it was a chat over a pint, a poster on Strong Island and a time to meet up at the Bridge Tavern and a rough circular route taking in some of the sights. On the day itself we were blessed with dry weather and amazingly about 80 or so people made it out. We set out from The Camber, up through Old Portsmouth to the roundabout at the Grammar School and somehow ended up going around a few times…before setting off for the beach and a ride alongside the prom. At the end at Eastney we took a break and on the spur of the moment we all went on the beach for a photo. Both the roundabout and the beach photo became firm traditions for every ride that followed. We ended up making our way back along Albert Road and back to post ride drinks at Little Johnny Russells. Needless to say, there were a few bikes locked up outside for the afternoon.

With the success of this ride we organised a late summer ride that year too and from there it sort of grew and grew. In fact it grew so much we had to actually stop it being an official Strong Island event as we didn’t have insurance, police support, etc. Saying that, I remember one ride two really nice cycle PCs kindly rode with us to keep everyone safe. Also over the years we had a wet day, hangovers from Southsea Fest ridden off and loads of genuine fun times with friends old and new. We even had an engagement proposal at the half way point! The best part of the bike rides was seeing bikes of all shapes and sizes and Portsmouth people young and old. We have had people from Essex travel down from it and even dogs hitch rides too. At it’s height, we have had getting on for 300 people riding and we would like to say a huge thank you to everyone that came along on one or more of the rides over the years.

Sadly last year we were so run off our feet we never quite sorted out a ‘quiet pint and bike ride’ that people were welcome to join in but this year, it would be fun to do it once again. For now, below is a load of photos, video, posters and more from the last 5 years of the Strong Island Bike Rode, official or not.

We would love to know some of your memories of the rides, let us know with a comment here or on our Facebook page or Twitter.

P.S. Apologies to anyone we missed crediting on the photos below, so many amazing photos from the ride we wanted to share and may of missed some names over the years. Sorry about that.

Strong Island Bike Ride - Spring 2009








Strong Island Roundabout from Tristan on Vimeo.

Filmed by Paul Stone

Strong Island Summer Bike Ride from Tristan on Vimeo.

the guvnor

Photos: Tristan Savage

Photos: Derek Thomas

Video: Saft and Boneless

Photos : Dan Tonkin

Photos : Claire Sambrook

Photos : George Crick

Photos : Marie S Jolley


(Mark Persaud)

Video: Chris Ballingall & Photos: Tristan Savage

King of Vert 1990 Skate and BMX Competition

As some of you may know, I’m a skateboarder and I am not originally from Portsmouth. I first moved down to Portsmouth for university in 1995 but I had visited the city previously back in 1990, all the way from Essex to see the King of Vert competition held at the Mountbatten Centre. Back then skateboarding in the UK was still going pretty strong from the heights of the late 80s and the UK professional skaters were still the same ones I looked up to when I started skating and reading the magazines in the mid 80s. The King of Vert competition was my first chance to see these people skate in the flesh.

Our local skateshop had organised a coach trip down so load of us piled in early in the morning of the 17th June (pity the poor driver) and when we got here the BMX comp had begun. I had got in to skating from BMX and still to this day love watching riding. Soon after the skaters started their comp on the ramp (that actually had next to no vertical, despite the name of the competition) and it was incredible to see the likes of Sean Goff, Lucian Hendricks and Portsmouth locals like Barry Abrook too. Skateboarding was changing at this point with more technical tricks on the lip of the ramp being more popular and I was pretty spellbound for the whole day, sat on the bottom row right at the front, right in the middle. At the end of the day we bought some t-shirts, stickers and stuff from the pros, got autographs and made our way back to Essex but this trip really made an impact on me and I guess put good thoughts of Portsmouth at the back of my head when it came to looking for a university to study at years later.

Back then few competitions were videoed, unlike today with live Internet access from the other side of the World, so I was really pleased to find some footage of the competition on YouTube recently. In the skate clip you can even see Barry Abrook ripping, the same Barry who has been part of our Creating Balance exhibition, 24 years later. Beware watching the BMX clip, the incredible 900 attempt ends up in Scott Carroll being knocked out.

Jamie Bestwick turndown cheerokee at King of Vert 1990
Jamie Bestwick with a turndown cheerokee.

Cycle Fusion – This Weekend!

This Saturday Community Fusion and friends are taking part in Cycle Fusion, a 60 mile ride around the Isle of Wight.

Community Fusion are looking for team members to take part. The entrance fee is £25, this covers refreshments, ferry travel and a t-shirt. On top of all this IF you hit your £200 fundraising target we will refund you your £25! Entry closes at 10am this Thursday!

If you are interested, or know someone who is, please email OR message them on their Facebook HERE to get further details and your application form.

Community Fusion Logo

Charge Bikes Visits Wiggle

Charge Bikes visited Portsmouth cycling business Wiggle recently and filmed in the warehouse how a bike order is built and sent out. If you’ve wanted to see what happens when you make an order online then this is well worth a watch.

Wiggle are one of the leading businesses within the city and have grown from strength to strength from their original cycle shop beginnings to now being one of the biggest cycle retailers in the World.



Strong Island Calendar Exhibition

Last November saw the launch of our 2014 Calendar at an Exhibition at the Wine Vaults. You can read an article from Becki Partridge about the event HERE.

We cannot take all of the credit for the exhibition, the content was all provided by you, the Strong Island readers. Not to forget the exhibition was made possible by the team at Southsea Gallery who printed and framed the photographs. If you see a photo that you like you can purchase it in Southsea Gallery located at 51 Albert Road.

The exhibition can be found in ‘snug’ on the far right hand side of the Wine Vaults.

If you would like to know how to get involved in next years calendar then click HERE to find out more information.

Phil Tickner Calendar Exhibition 1

Phil Tickner Calendar Exhibition

Photos are by the awesome Phil Tickner, be sure to give him a follow on Flickr and on Twitter @HoldYourColour.

Strong Island Calendar Exhibition

A Kind of Conjuration at the Cellars

You would think witch trails a thing of the distant past. However, during the second world war a woman was tried and convicted under the ancient Witchcraft Act.

A play about the trial was performed at The Cellars at Eastney last week. Local theatre companies New Apollo and Cop The Needle brought audiences A Kind of Conjuration. This hour-long theatre piece, directed by Steve Pitt, featured a group of five actors, and was based on the real-life trial of Scottish medium Helen Duncan in 1944, for events that took place in Portsmouth.

The intimacy of the venue worked well for the subject matter, and enabled the performers and audience to connect in a way that isn’t possible in larger venues. When the judge, played by Christopher Marlowe, addressed the jury during the court scene, he spoke to the audience as if they were the jury, making them feel involved in the action.

Angie Lily was fantastic in the court scene, nipping backstage to change elements of costume in-between each character, resulting in a highly entertaining whirlwind of at least five different characters (and accents) testifying in quick succession. Henry Oastler was on comedic top form for his appearance in the court scene, displaying subtle character traits such as a tuck of the chin, transforming him completely from his other role in the play as a newspaper journalist. James Kirby and Tim Lowe also gave entertaining performances.

Writers Stuart Olesker and John Stanton incorporated excerpts from the original court transcript, adding authenticity to this brilliant piece. A highly refreshing and thought provoking performance.

A Kind of Conjuration will next be performed at the Square Tower on 25th June as part of Portsmouth Festivities. (Doors open at 7pm, performance starts at 8pm). On this occasion the play will be preceded by a monologue from the late Harry Price, ghostbuster extraordinary. Tickets from 023 9282 6249 or 023 9273 6288 or online:


Ashley Harley in Portsmouth News:
“a little gem”
“hauntingly good”
“not to be missed”
“solid direction”

Heather James in Portsmouth News:
“I was riveted”
“very witty and entertaining”

David Richards of Remote Goat:
“a sellout”
“a joy to watch”
“superb performances”
“a very high degree of professionalism”
“a very effective mix of the serious and the comedic”
“another triumph and a thoroughly enjoyable evening”

The original flyer for the show at The Cellars

Strong Island Calendar 2015 #SIC2015

Our 2014 Calendar was a huge success, the quality of images and huge amount interest it received really took us by surprise. We managed to double the sales of the 2013 Calendar, meaning we raised just over £600 for the Feel Yourself Campaign and the Alzheimer’s Society. We received over a thousand submissions by email and by use of the Instagram hashtag #sic2014.

We are excited to announce that we are taking submissions for our 2015 calendar. If you’ve taken a photo that you’d like to submit then you can email your submission via If you’ve taken a photo on Instagram that you’d like to submit for consideration you just need add the hashtag #SIC2015. There are no limits to how many you submit, the only rule is that the image must be relevant to Portsmouth.

Along with Instagram this year we also recommend you check out the Faded App. I’ve had a play with this App and you can create images that surpass anything that Instagram can produce. I especially love the overlay function.

If you have been taking any photos during this extreme weather we would love for you to submit them!

You may be aware that unfortunately due to an error our end the original batch of calendars contained a couple of errors. To rectify this the problem with the calendar we re-printed all of the calendars and offered everyone who bought one a free replacement (with free P&P where required). We are confident that we have managed to replace the vast major because of the online ordering records, however if you bought one from Lou Lou’s, Southsea Gallery or the Victorian Market then we don’t have your details so we need you to contact us ASAP to arrange a replacement! Those unclaimed calendars by the end of the week are likely to be donated to the staff of the charities we are supporting

Strong Island Calendar 2015

Here are just a few of the submissions that we have already received that might give you some inspiration.

Charlie Thompson Fratton Park

Charlie Thompson 2
Both Charlie Thompson
Todd Lawton
Todd Lawton
Roberta Curxes
Roberta Fidora
Danny Miles
Danny Miles

Road To Blissfields 2014 by Sophie Perryer

It’s that time of year again, when Southsea’s finest traipse out on a Friday night to listen to some of our home-grown, burgeoning talent. This year was no exception, with the likes of Becky Jerams, Poppobowa, Sabre and the B of the Bang taking to the stage to fill our ears with a range of musical goodness.

The evening was held this year at the Cellars at Eastney, and certainly had a more relaxed atmosphere – Strong Island’s Stuart Barker was even spotted wandering around with a cup of tea at one point!

The relaxed atmosphere lent itself perfectly to Becky Jerams soulful, syrupy vocals, gliding effortlessly over lyrics and melodies alike. Becky has enjoyed considerable success over the last few years with her song writing: her track ‘La La Love’ was featured in a Mandy Moore movie, and she has written for the likes of Chesney Hawkes and Loz Bridge. These accomplishments certainly showed through in her music; her sound was very much grown up pop and polished, while still retaining a youthful, wishful quality in her lyrics. A great start to the evening.

Becky was followed by Popobawa, a Gosport based trio relatively new to the music scene – so much so that Road To Blissfields was their debut live show! To say the boys coped well would be an understatement; they delivered a strong set with some interesting melodic choices which made for a distinctive sound, and the combination of this with hazy vocals akin to Friendly Fires was very striking. The best part? You can download their EP for a ‘name your price’ on their SoundCloud page.

Also hailing from Gosport were SABRE – the fivesome delivered catchy synth beats and impressive vocals not dissimilar to the Maccabees or Bombay Bicycle Club, with a little Two Door Cinema Club thrown in for good measure. Their raucous sarcastic comedy appealed to the crowd, and the banter between the band members was enjoyable.

Last but certainly not least were the B Of The Bang. The contrast of the almost gravelly voice of the lead singer and the Roxanne on keyboard’s ethereal vocals lent an almost eerie sense. The band delivered well thought-out tracks which were both directional and abstract, and conveyed a sense of their musical versatility and talent. Without a doubt a well deserved victory.

Congratulations to the B Of The Bang“>B of the Bang on their slot at Blissfields, and thank you also to the other artists for once again showcasing to us the quality of our local talent! Thank you too to Bellyeyesmile, Joel Ransom, the Cellars at Eastney, Strong Island, and all those others who had a hand in organising a top evening.

By Sophie Perryer

*We will be giving away a pair of tickets to Blissfields over the next six weeks so be sure to keep an eye out.*

Becky Jerams
Becky Jerams

Becky Jerams




B Of The Bang


B Of The Bang

All photo’s by Daniel O’Neill

Victorious Festival 2014

In January the Victorious Festival team announced that the festival will be moving to Southsea Seafront. The team appear to have planned a bigger and better event building upon the success of previous years.

Last week saw the second wave of artists confirmed to perform live. The line up already consisted of awesome headliners Dizzie Rascal, Seasick Steve but they have now been joined by Razorlight, British Sea Power, Slow Club, Foy Vance, Mark Morriss of The Bluetones and The Bog Rolling Stones. There will be DJ sets from Alt J, Terry Hall of the Specials, 2manyDJs and COR. Not to forget some of the best local talent such as Matt Jarvis, Eloise Keating and our favourites the Southsea Alternative Choir are also performing.

Personally I’m really excited about the Sunday line up, I’ve been a huge fan of Seasick Steve for years and I even went to Bestival dressed as him for the Under the Sea fancy dress theme. Sunday also see’s British Sea Power performing, they have been regular visitors to the Wedgewood Rooms during their tours in the past, most recently in April 2013. They are easily one of the best live acts you could ever have the pleasure of seeing. The Saturday headliner Dizzie Rascal isn’t too shabby. I caught him at Bestival in 2010 and I can promise you, he knows how to put on a show and get you dancing!

There will be more artists announced closer to the time. You can find out first by following Victorious on Facebook and Twitter @VictoriousFest, or by signing up to the mailing list HERE.

The event is more than just a music festival, there will be lots going on in the Kids Arena as well a Real Ale Festival featuring many local breweries. For the weekend local seafront attractions will be FREE, these include Southsea Castle, Blue Reef Aquarium, D-Day Museum and Southsea Skate Park. If you would like to be involved in the boutique market then drop the team an email on

The festival will be held on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August. There are limited early bird tickets available but hurry as they are only available at the reduced price for the next ten days! Adult Day tickets are currently available for £15 per day and will be £20 after. You can pick one up via the website HERE, or directly at Little Johnny Russells or either of the Belle Isle restaurants. Kids tickets will cost £6 but those under the age of five can enter the festival for free.

Over the next five months we will try and keep you up to date on announcements and preview the performers and attractions that you can look forward to.

Victorious Festival 2014

Tricorn Controversy in Concrete Exhibition at the Portsmouth City Museum

Tricorn: Controversy in Concrete is a brand new exhibition commemorating 10 years since the demolition of this distinct and controversial building that between 1966 and 2004 was a fundamental part of the Portsmouth skyline. The exhibition at Portsmouth City Museum goes far beyond documenting the building from an architectural perspective, although for the first time many, many original drawings, plans and photographs are on display from the building’s architects, much of it for the first time ever. Where this exhibition explores beyond the groundbreaking and (for many) iconic Brutalist architectural design is documenting how it was experienced and used by the people of Portsmouth. The exhibition opened on the 15th and formally had its opening celebration to a capacity crowd on Saturday 22nd.

The exhibition on the ground floor of the museum is loosely arranged in to two areas, with the first section detailing the origins of the building from concept to design and build. As you enter this space the striking architectural plans on the wall are what first catch the eye. The lines and form of the concrete structure can almost take you back in time to the exciting and economically optimistic early 1960s, with the original and then cutting edge design still feeling strangely fresh even now. This is reinforced with the many original pamphlets, magazines and books that show the enthusiasm the project launched with. This part of the exhibition also establishes where the Tricorn sat within the Brutalist movement and also with some other buildings in the city such as Portsdown Park and Portsmouth Central Library, both of which are in the exhibition in the form of architect sketches and models.

The second section focuses on how the people of Portsmouth experienced the structure over the years it stood in the city centre. Part of this section is an incredible collection of posters and artwork from the nightclub but there is also related music, photos and even period clothing giving a sense of how the building was, for a time, a hub for the community. This section also looks at how the building was a creative inspiration for many, including artwork, skateboard decks and in particular, photography. It is in this section the Strong Island community photo panel is located, with over 100 photos capturing the structure in artistic angles and light. This area is also home to some striking work by Jon King and James Earle, both of who explored the building with their cameras throughout it’s demolition. Both areas also contain oral history, with interviews, opinions and memories on the Tricorn from both architect and members of the public. Also in both areas of the exhibition are feedback walls, which welcome comments from people visiting the exhibition. Despite the exhibition only being open for a week these are already full with amazing contributions.

On Saturday 22nd the exhibition was formally opened including attendance by VIPs such as Owen Luder, one of the original architects, plus many people associated with the Tricorn from right back to it’s design and construction through to its final demolition. The event included speeches by Owen Luder, Celia Clark and Councillor Lee Hunt, possibly the most interesting was the story of the Tricorn told by Owen Luder himself. It was fascinating to see how for him the aspirations for the building were in many ways dashed due to an economic turndown happening with an extended delay in securing contracts with key business tenants. Of particular note were his thoughts on how the space itself has been used “54 years on it is back to how it was when I first saw it in 1960, a carpark”.

The exhibition runs through to the 29th June.

Tricorn Controversy in Concrete Exhibition at the Portsmouth City Museum (1)

Tricorn Controversy in Concrete Exhibition at the Portsmouth City Museum (2)

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Tricorn Controversy in Concrete Exhibition at the Portsmouth City Museum (9)

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Tricorn Controversy in Concrete Exhibition at the Portsmouth City Museum (12)

Tricorn Controversy in Concrete Exhibition at the Portsmouth City Museum (13)

Tricorn Controversy in Concrete Exhibition at the Portsmouth City Museum (14)

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