Say YES to Special Educational Needs
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.
Business leaders were invited to the Say YES to SEN event at the Marsham Court Hotel over the weekend in order to encourage them to hire people with special educational needs over afternoon tea. The event, hosted by South West Regional Assessment Centre allowed attendees to learn of the benefits of hiring people with special […]
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 […]
A little look at how Patch the Border Collie is helping children with learning difficulties in a local Bournemouth school.
The Russell Cotes museum is offering an alternative Halloween experience. The interior is to be transformed for the special event, where guests will experience the sea side attraction like never before, after dark. Our reporter Alice Knight has more. Produced by: Heidi Quinn, Alice Knight and Victoria Campisi.