Synonyms for paulsgrove or Related words with paulsgrove

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Examples of "paulsgrove"
Paulsgrove play their games at Paulsgrove Social Club, Marsden Road, Paulsgrove, Portsmouth PO6 4JB.
Baffins, Copnor, Cosham, Drayton and Farlington, Hilsea, Nelson, Paulsgrove.
Paulsgrove is an area of northern Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. Paulsgrove existed as a small hamlet on the old Portsmouth to Southampton road for many years. During the early twentieth century Paulsgrove Racecourse was built north of the village on the slopes of Portsdown Hill and a halt built to cater for raceday traffic. The area was incorporated into the city of Portsmouth in 1920. The population of the Portsmouth Ward at the 2011 Census was 14,010.
Portsmouth North: Baffins, Copnor, Cosham, Drayton and Farlington, Hilsea, Nelson, Paulsgrove.
2010-present: The City of Portsmouth wards of Baffins, Copnor, Cosham, Drayton and Farlington, Hilsea, Nelson, and Paulsgrove.
1997-2010: The City of Portsmouth wards of Copnor, Cosham, Drayton and Farlington, Hilsea, Nelson, and Paulsgrove.
Paulsgrove F.C. was formed in 1987, and currently play in the Hampshire Premier league at Paulsgrove Social Club, Marsden Road. In October 2007 the club gained a bye in the Hampshire Cup under somewhat unusual circumstances: drawn at home to play Kingston Arrows (a side composed entirely of long-stay prisoners), their opponents were unable to fulfil the fixture.
In Saxon times, c.409, a tribal leader named Wimm lived near the shore of Paulsgrove Lake and may have included the land of Wymering Manor in his village. Attributed with the origin of the name of Wymering as a hamlet at the crossroads of the Portchester to Cosham and Portsdown Hill to Paulsgrove Lake tracks.
1955-1974: The County Borough of Portsmouth wards of Cosham, Farlington, Meredith, and Paulsgrove, and the Urban District of Havant and Waterloo.
Paulsgrove Halt was a railway station opened in 1928 to serve the adjacent Portsmouth Racecourse, a pony racing stronghold. The racecourse, and station, lay in the Paulsgrove district of Portsmouth, southern England, rather than the modern area now known as Wymering. The station was located on the West Coastway Line between Cosham and Portchester, and generated substantial income within the area.
1974-1983: The County Borough of Portsmouth wards of Cosham, Farlington, Meredith, Nelson, North End, Paulsgrove, Portsea, and St Mary and Guildhall.
1983-1997: The City of Portsmouth wards of Copnor, Cosham, Drayton and Farlington, Hilsea, Nelson, and Paulsgrove, and the Borough of Havant wards of Purbrook and Stakes.
He moved with his family to the Paulsgrove area of Portsmouth as a young child, where he attended Paulsgrove Modern (now King Richard School). After leaving school he worked in the aeronautical industry for nearly forty years, and became a long serving councillor. He was elected as the Labour Member of Parliament (MP) for Portsmouth North at the 1997 general election until he retired in 2005. He was succeeded by Sarah McCarthy-Fry MP.
Paulsgrove Football Club is a football club based in the Paulsgrove area of Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. The club is affiliated to the Hampshire Football Association. The club is an FA Charter Standard club. The club was formed in 1964. They joined the Hampshire League Division Two in 1987 and played in that league's Division One between 1993 and 1996. They are currently members of the .
King Richard School is a mixed secondary school in the Paulsgrove district of Portsmouth, England. Established in 1952 as Paulsgrove Secondary Modern School - it was renamed King Richard School in 1975. The school is funded by a mixed trust and has approximately 700 students on roll. The school provides a mainstream National Curriculum education to GCSE, BTEC and OCR Nationals in ICT. Among the schools in the Portsmouth area that feed the school are Portsdown Primary, Paulsgrove Primary School, and St Paul's. In 2006 the school was awarded Arts College status for performing arts. The school has won and been runners up in the Rock Challenge and in 2006 students from King Richard School won the Rock Crew of the Year Award. A November 2009 Ofsted inspection assessed the school with Grade 3 (satisfactory). In October 2012 the school was Ofsted inspected again, and assessed the school as Grade 2 (Good).
Horsted later played non-league football - he spent the 2006–07 season with Bognor Regis Town, and he later played for Cirencester Town, Havant & Waterlooville, Paulsgrove and AFC Portchester.
Born in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, David Jackson spent his first year in nearby Swadlincote, Derbyshire. He grew up in the Paulsgrove area of Portsmouth, where he attended the Portsmouth Technical High School. Jackson's parents moved to nearby Gosport when he was a teenager. Jackson learned to play the violin but soon switched to piano and prevailed on his father to install one in the hall of their Paulsgrove council house. Jackson began playing piano in bars at the age of 16, and he also won a scholarship to study musical composition at London's Royal Academy of Music.
Towards the end of World War II it became clear that to the City Council that a massive programme of house building was needed to replace those homes destroyed by bombing. As part of this programme, land in Paulsgrove was purchased and building began in 1945. The initial housing was prefabricated but later houses were built more conventionally.
Paulsgrove Secondary Modern School opened in 1952 - it became King Richard School in 1975. In 2007 the school officially became an arts college. This means it is now a performing arts specialist. King Richard has also won and been runners up in the Rock Challenge. In 2006 students from King Richard School won Rock Challenges' stage crew of the year
There was a full programme of promotion and relegation between the three Wessex League divisions. Promotion from the lower divisions was largely based on ground grading, rather than league finishing positions. This was protested by Division Two champions Locks Heath and Division Three champions Paulsgrove, but the league stuck with their decision to promote lower-placed clubs with better facilities.