A local music festival near Chichester has all the hay bales rocking! Today we have heard renditions from youngster Emily Covell, Lara Chilton, Jess Chilton, Pete Hart, and Jock Robertson. Set underneath the bright June sunshine, next to the beautiful bay of Chichester harbour, Cobstock is a dream location for a festival. You may think […]
Bournemouth University students stand with seaside locals to protest Trump and his “Muslim Ban”. The 90-day-ban which came into effect on Friday 27 January stops entry of travellers from seven majority- Muslim countries- Iran, iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The ban also sees a 120-day suspension of the US refugee admission scheme. The Bournemouth University society […]
A new café has hit Bournemouth’s high street in the last week but it has a ‘therapeutic’ twist – it’s home to seven rescue cats. Pause Cat Café launched on the World Cat Day – celebrated on February 17th in Europe – and has already proved a hit with Bournemouth’s locals as customers have been […]
Council Tax in Bournemouth is set to increase by 5% as part of the new 2017/18 budget agreed by Councillors on Tuesday evening due to ‘unprecedented’ austerity measures. Bournemouth Council will receive £51m less funding from Central Government than they did at the start of the previous coalition Government in 2010/11. In addition to this, […]
Employed By Depression is a 7 minute audio documentary exploring how young people cope in full time work with depression.
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