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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

Unusual art exhibition takes over disused Bournemouth car park

4 October 2011 No Comments
Unusual art exhibition takes over disused Bournemouth car park

An unusual art exhibition hosted by AUCB students transformed a disused car park in Winton. Continue Reading

INTERVIEW: Mark Cribb, the man behind the Urban Empire

4 October 2011 No Comments

Mark Cribb, owner and entrepreneur behind Urban Reef and Urban Beach, has built a reputation for his fresh take on the food industry. The next chapter in his career is getting his hands dirty at his latest venture, the Urban Farm. Continue Reading

Plans to redevelop Bournemouth Centre

3 October 2011 No Comments
Early ideas for the redevelopment of 'antisocial spot' Horseshoe Common in Bournemouth Centre

New ideas for a scheme to kick start town centre regeneration were displayed in Bournemouth last week. Proposals have been made to improve Bournemouth Town Centre including the redevelopment of ‘antisocial spot’ Horseshoe Common, and creating a ‘Bond Street’ style shopping strip at Westover Road. Continue Reading

Poole Town Cruise into FA Cup third qualifying round

3 October 2011 No Comments
Marvin Brooks challenges in

Poole Town cruised past Cadbury Heath and into the third round of FA Cup qualifiers on Saturday by demolishing the Bristolians by four goals to nil. Continue Reading

Fletcher: Our away form has been fabulous

30 September 2011 No Comments

AFC Bournemouth striker and assistant manager Steve Fletcher has called on his team-mates to turn the Seward Stadium into “more of a fortress”. Continue Reading

Bournemouth Policewomen WIN Pride of Britain award

30 September 2011 No Comments
Bournemouth Policewomen win Pride of Britain award

The bravery of two Dorset Police officers is to be celebrated at the Daily Mirror’s Pride of Britain Awards. Continue Reading

Four locations for traveller sites in Bournemouth revealed

29 September 2011 3 Comments
Four locations for traveller sites in Bournemouth revealed. Image: Elena Moiseeva | Dreamstime.com

Four locations, including three on green belt land, for potential traveller sites in Bournemouth have been put forward to Bournemouths Cabinet. Continue Reading

Bournemouth attempts Zumba world record

29 September 2011 No Comments
Bournemouth attempts Zumba world record attempt. Image: Vixx

On Saturday 8th October, Bournemouth will attempt to dance its way through the world record for the biggest ever Zumba class. Continue Reading

Eavesdropping on Bournemouths Electric Hotel

28 September 2011 No Comments
Eavesdropping on Bournemouth's Electric Hotel

A packed audience were treated to an al-fresco performance of David Rosenburg’s Electric Hotel at Bournemouth Dance Pavilion from 23rd- 24th September. Continue Reading

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