Boost Events

Third Wednesday of the month

09.00am till 12.30pm

Lee Community Table Top Events are aimed to promote community groups, organisations and home businesses in Lee on the Solent.  Lee Residents host a monthly event featuring local crafts and organisations in the Methodist Church Hall, High Street, Lee on the Solent every 3rd Wednesday of each month.


  • Tables are available for hire at £6.00 per 6ft table and £5.00 per 4ft table

  • All bookings will operate on a first-come-first-served basis since space is limited

  • Exhibitors have access from 8.45am to 12.45pm

  • Doors open to the public from 9.00am to 12.30pm

  • Lee Residents Association provides refreshments (tea/coffee and biscuits) at each event


Lee Residents Association invite community groups, individuals, organisations and businesses which operate from home to display and promote their products.



Ray Harding 

Tel: 02392 551 706



The Boost Events have been cancelled until further notice.

Stay Safe.

Further details will be given as soon as we know.

Walking for Health


Every Wednesday



10.30 a.m.


Meet on Lee sea front near the windsock.

These are simple walks at a gentle pace for anyone who fancies a short walk in the company of others. They are especially suitable for anyone who, for whatever reason, finds it difficult to get out and take regular exercise.

The local co-ordinator for the walks in Lee is Caroline Hodkinson of Lee Residents Association.

Walks are free and last about 45 minutes with a stop for tea or coffee in a local café on the way. Walking routes are varied according to the weather and on very windy days will take an inland route.


The walks have been suspended for now.

They will resume when it is safe to do so and numbers will be limited to about 15 until further notice. 

Heritage Walks - Lee Historic Waterfront

First Tuesday of the month between February and October

10:00 am

Why not join one of our free monthly walks to find out more about Lee on the Solent’s history from a local resident?  The walk was developed by Ray Harding in 2006, drawing on his knowledge and experience of living and working in the area for over 60 years, 40 of them specifically in Lee.  The walk inspired the design and development of the interpretation board on the seafront.  The walks only take 90 minutes and cover lots of interesting topics including:



Browndown Ranges, Fleet Reviews, Local History and Events, Seaplanes at RAF and FAA, Lee on the Solent Schneider Trophy, WW2 – D Day Great Passenger Liners, Round the World Yacht Races, Cowes Weeks, Rolex Fastnet Race, JP Morgan Round the Island Race, Railway – Branch Line from Gosport.


Lee Historic Walk and Talk

Programme for 2020 is detailed below and walks will start at Elmore Car Park, Marine Parade East, PO13 9BW next to Elmore Fishing Club Compound.  The route is along Marine Parade East and West to the Old Swimming pool site, returning to Elmore Car Park.


  • Total walk time is approximately 90 minutes

  • Start time:  10.00am

  • The walks take place on the first Tuesday of each month between February and October


Walk Leaders are Ray Harding, Anthony Stutchbury, David Kitching and Jonathan Moore


The walks have been cancelled until further notice. 

Further details will be given as soon as we know.

Other Walks







Meet at Forton Medical Centre PO12 3JP.



Meet at Gosport Leisure Centre PO13 0ZY



Meet at the Pavilion in Privett Park PO12 3SX.



In addition

There are additional walks 

St.George's Barracks Circular walk- held on specific Thursdays

Priddy's Hard Circular/Seafront walk - held on specific Sundays

For more information, email or call 02392 583836 or look on Facebook @GosportWalkingforHealth 


The walks have been cancelled until further notice. 

We will post an update here when they re-commence. Please check the above contacts to validate on times and start points as they may vary from the times listed above. 

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