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+50° 49' 44.71", -1° 3' 28.01" (Decimal: 50.829085, -1.05778)

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The map below shows the effect of a rise in sea level on the Portsmouth area.

If you wonder what the effect of melting polar ice would be you can adjust the sea level.
If all the ice on Greenland melted the sea would rise by about 7 meters.
If the Antarctic ice all melted the sea would rise by 60 metres.

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The Club are not trying to present expert opinion on the subject of Climate Change but if you click on the large picture above you will go to another website with links to sources for futher study. The sea level map is provided purely for interest. When you see reports in the media of what will happen to sea level by 2050 or whenever you can at least see whether your property or workplace will be affected.

Next Event at Broad Oak Sports & Social Club

BOSC Logo Decades Saturday 24th March 2018


We are Decades and this is “Story of the Man Band“.
A show created by Three friends that captures the real evolution of the “Man Band”.
Join Steven, Terry and Russell on a journey through the Decades and experience the man bands that changed the music game forever.
Let us transport you back to the 1960’s as we relive hit songs from the likes of The Beach Boys, music of The Jersey Boys and the ultimate man band – The Beatles. Why not rock out to some 1970’s Status Quo or hit the boardwalk with our tribute to The Drifters. We also hit the 80’s hard with our unique take on a variety of 80’s classics.
Choose life… choose the 1990’s. Join us as we celebrate our favourite one hit wonders of a decade filled with instant classics.
Then join us, as we celebrate the music of the group that made man bands cool again… Take That.
Story of the man band is a show for all the family to enjoy.

Three Friends, Seven Decades, One Amazing Show… Decades – Story of the Man Band.

Tickets: £5

Bar open 19:00 to midnight.