Winds from Hurricane Ophelia have pulled Saharan dust and smoke from Portugal’s forest fires over Dorset, causing the pink tint over Bournemouth. People are looking to the skies today as a pink sun shines through dark clouds. Heavy clouds are expected until this evening.
Local performer Michelle O’Brien from Poole explains what the festival is all about.
A number of houses were left without power in Bournemouth after a power cut this morning. Traffic lights and train ticket machines were left without power whilst SSE worked to amend the problem, meaning the journey to work was made difficult for many. A total of 338 postcodes were affected in total, including the surrounding […]
Buzz speaks to Nick Collins, Bournemouth Council PR and Communications manager about the upcoming Arts by the Sea Festival. The event begins this Saturday and runs over eight days. More than 70 acts are performing and there are expected to be 100,000 people attending the festival throughout the week.
Last night, Christchurch FC won their second qualifier of the FA Vase Cup after a 1-0 win over Westbury United. The tie was replayed after their first encounter became void due to Westbury making 4 substitutions. Buzz spoke to Christchurch captain David Legg about the cup run. Christchurch FC Manager, Oliver Cherrett, spoke to Buzz […]
Dinosaur museum “Jurrasica” plans have now been replaced by a new project called “The Journey”. The previous plans were ‘scrapped’ due to funding issues and the previous founder passing. Buzz speaks to Sebastian Brooke, Project Manager of MEMO, one of the companies involved in the forthcoming development.
The Salvation Army in Winton hosted their #Text4Tea event last night. Students were invited to share a communal meal for free at the restaurant. Buzz spoke to Sam Grinsted, a youth worker from the Winton branch, who wants students to use the space for relaxing and escaping from the pressures of University.