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Unmissable Air Festival returns to Bournemouth

10 August 2011 No Comments
Red arrows at Bournemotuh Air Festival

It’s that time of year again, when the beaches fill with people and the skies fill with planes. From 18th to 21st August, the UK’s biggest free flying festival will once more storm Bournemouth sea front. Continue Reading

Vintage fashion: bringing back old school glamour

10 August 2011 No Comments

When you buy vintage, you breathe new life into fashion, a fashion that once upon a time was outdated and unwanted. But now, vintage and retro clothing has become timeless – a clear advantage against the come-and-go trends of the high street. Continue Reading

17, 000 call for Gordon the Tramp to carry Olympic torch

9 August 2011 No Comments

Over 17, 000 people have now joined a Facebook page to nominate Gordon Roberts AKA Gordon the Tramp to be the Olympic torchbearer for Bournemouth. Continue Reading

Thai Summer Fair in Bournemouth

8 August 2011 No Comments
Thai Summer Fair in Bournemouth

The smell of Thai food was rich in the air around Kings Park in Bournemouth as the annual Thai Summer fair was held. Continue Reading

Bournemouth Carnival brightens up towns streets

8 August 2011 No Comments
Bournemouth Carnival

The streets of Bournemouth were alive on Sunday as the carnival took to the town centre. Continue Reading

Stompin on the Quomps attracts thousands

8 August 2011 No Comments
Crowds arrive for Stompin on the Quomps, Christchurch

Music fans gathered at Christchurch Quay on Saturday to enjoy the annual Stompin’ on the Quomps festival. Continue Reading

Carnival marches onto Bournemouth streets this weekend

5 August 2011 1 Comment
Carnival marches onto Bournemouth streets this weekend

Party fever will hit Bournemouth this Sunday as the annual carnival procession takes over the streets. Continue Reading

Popular jazz festival Stompin on the Quomps returns to Christchurch on Saturday

5 August 2011 No Comments
Stompin on the Quomps Christchurch

Stompin on the Quomps, Christchurch’s popular, al fresco, smooth jazz event returns this Saturday. Continue Reading

Bournemouth Thai Summer Fair expects 5,000

4 August 2011 1 Comment
Bournemouth Thai Summer Fair expects 5,000

For the 8th year running, the Thai Summer Fair will be held in Kings Park, Bournemouth this Sunday. Continue Reading

Poole affordable housing proposals approved

4 August 2011 No Comments

Borough of Poole has approved proposals for 100 new affordable homes on council-owned land over the next four years. Continue Reading

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