Report by Tal Dekel-Daks and James Embiricos Bournemouth residents gathered last week to commemorate the bomb raids of 1943 at the unveiling of a new memorial plaque. The ceremony was organised by the Bournemouth Borough Council and was held on Thursday 23rd May – seventy years and one day after the deadly raids took place. […]
Stag and Hen parties in Bournemouth spent over £1.2million over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The Foster Care Fortnight campaign has had a great response so far, but the Bournemouth Borough council has said there is still an increasing numbers of children needing care. Lorelle Rayner and Tal Dekel-Daks report. The Foster Care Fortnight ran between the 13th and 26th of May. Its challenge set up by the council aims to […]
A spokesman for Bournemouth Sevens festival has warned party-goers about ticket touts, after the event was officially announced as sold out this morning. Organisers confirmed via twitter that the festival was ‘100% sold out’. Their focus is now on preventing the sale of knock-off tickets ahead of the event this weekend, using the hashtag #SayNoToTouts […]
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A new cheerleading squad is emerging from the heart of London. It is re-branding and dispelling stereotype in order to reel in the male cheerleaders and even the most hesitant of guys are joining. In a nitty, gritty South East London gymnasium, a new recreational “stunt, dance and acrobatics” squad come together to give cheerleading […]