Fishee Designs


20 October 2011 No Comments
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Fishee Designs in Pokesdown is a vintage creative hub, it merges genres of both shop and photo booth in a unique effort to bring vintage to the mainstream. Continue Reading

Maasai Warriors to visit Poole


18 October 2011 No Comments
Maasai Warriors Visit Poole

Original Maasai Warriors are to visit Poole town centre this weekend, bringing alive the town centre with the sounds and sights of Africa. Continue Reading

Fire-fighters family reunited with stolen medals


18 October 2011 No Comments
Fire-fighter's family reunited with stolen medals

The family of a senior fire-fighter, who was appointed Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Fire Service in the 1970s, has been reunited with their late father’s medals that were stolen over 10 years ago. Continue Reading

Brilliant comic Stewart Francis to perform at Bournemouth Pavilion


17 October 2011 No Comments
Stewart Francis to perform at Bournemouth Pavilion

Stewart Francis, the star of Mock The Week, Michael McIntyres Roadshow and Live At The Apollo, embarks on a brand new tour with a fantastic and hilarious new show, with a stop off at Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre. Continue Reading

Jason Derulo brings biggest ever UK tour to the BIC


14 October 2011 No Comments
Jason Derulo brings biggest ever UK tour to the BIC

Tickets go on sale at 9:30am today for multi-platinum singer-songwriter Jason Derulo. Continue Reading

Fairtrade is the business thanks to local pupils


12 October 2011 No Comments
Fairtrade is the business thanks to local pupils

It’s a brighter Fairtrade future for scores of local businesses – thanks to the inspiration of Dorset pupils. Continue Reading

Bournemouth couple win one-of-a-kind painting


12 October 2011 No Comments
Bournemouth couple win one-of-a-kind painting

A painting which features the signature of Flt Lt Jon Egging has been won at a raffle by a local couple. Continue Reading

Councillors approve Gypsy and Traveller consultation


12 October 2011 No Comments
Four locations for traveller sites in Bournemouth revealed. Image: Elena Moiseeva | Dreamstime.com

Councillors in Poole have agreed to go ahead with the next stage of a Dorset-wide consultation on potential Gypsy and Traveller sites. Continue Reading

WIN: A festive meal for 4 at Urban Reef


11 October 2011 No Comments
WIN: A festive meal for 4 at Urban Reef

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED, WE WILL NOTIFY THE WINNER VIA EMAIL.

Thank you to all entrants, look out for future competitions. Continue Reading

Bournemouth Ladies FC set to grace Seward Stadium


5 October 2011 No Comments
Team Photo: (L-R rear) Lu Tallant, Nic Taylor, Georgie Hoban, Cody Busby & Chey Clarke, (L-R front) Gill Neill, Iga Kozakiewicz, Jess Cook, Ellie Davis, Katie O'Donoghue & Julez Towers.

Bournemouth Ladies FC is set to follow in the footsteps of their male counterparts when they play at the Seward Stadium. Continue Reading

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