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Covering: Alverstoke, Bridgemary, Elson, Forton, Rowner
Lee on the Solent, Crofton, Peel Common


Although every attempt is made to keep this website up to date, there will inevitably be addresses, emails, telephone numbers etc that change over time.
Please let us know if you find any old or erroneous details on our site.
Malcolm Dent
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Welcome to 2023.
Following a great Christmas sleighride we look forward to an exciting year for Gosport.

Face visors for NHS

as well as
Team Scrubbers serving Southampton / Portsmouth/Gosport NHS areas with scrubs
Making, financing and distributing over 9,000 sets of scrubs.
Scrubs for QA Hospital

Currently we are distributing free face masks on behalf of
Gosport crafters without borders
War Memorial visors_masks

To view our Gosport Archive video section click here....

View some of our other holiday destination videos
Antigua video   Barbados video  Corfu video Grenada video
St Kitts & Nevis video   St Lucia video   Tobago video
Kenya video   Gosport video


Do you have old Cine films tucked away in the Attic?
Let us transfer them for you for as little as 25 for your 1st 50ft and 5 for each subsequent 50ft

Transfer your old videos from VHS, 8MM, Betamax to DVD
only 20 inc p/p (per tape)
Online booking form

Cine films to video or DVD
5 per 50ft (min 25)
Online booking form








With Camper and Nicholson's Boatyard now only a part of Gosport Memory, I have compiled a selection of photographs showing the famous Gosport Boatyard at the height of its power.

Ever wonder where you could find a list of all the Mayors of Gosport?

The Borough of Gosport sits on a peninsular facing the City of Portsmouth on one side and the Solent looking out to the Isle of Wight on the other, with Fareham forming it's landward border.. Formed by the amalgamation of the villages of Alverstoke, Brockhurst, Forton, Elson, Lee on the Solent, Bridgemary and Rowner, it has evolved from a bustling Naval armaments dormitory to a thriving yachting and boating town, for ever in touch with it's nautical traditions from it's early history to the 21st century

Our "my gosport" web offers a comprehensive review in both text, images and video of the Borough of Gosport together with it's surrounding environments, ashore and afloat.

For all My Gosport enquiries contact:
For all website queries and to add your memories of Gosport contact
Malcolm Dent on 02392 583077 07738 585544
We would like to hear from anyone who has either pictures or information we can use on our
History of Gosport pages
Your quick guide to local theatres
Kings Theatre Southsea Mayflower Theatre Southampton Ferneham Hall Fareham Guildhall Portsmouth

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Malcolm Dent www.mddm.co.uk

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