The MET office claim that Bournemouth Beach was the hottest place in the country last Tuesday afternoon, 20th June. Temperatures reached as high as 30.5C at 2pm, as the heat continues to rise in this record-breaking June weather. An amber heatwave warning, the second highest, was issued by the MET Office, which signals that there […]
Death, taxes and a Conservative in the Bournemouth West seat. A lot can change in 67 years, but since the constituency was created in 1950 the Tories have dominated the vote in BH9 and the surrounding areas. As the 2017 general election looms ever closer, it seems inevitable that Conor Burns will again claim a […]
Bournemouth’s Russel-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum has launched a new exhibition that is commemorating the 50-year anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England. The exhibition is called Refracted: Collection Highlights and has been co-curated by members of local LGBT+ communities. The launch was celebrated with a 60s-themed party for all the volunteers that […]
Bournemouth University’s student union organised a three day celebration full of activities and workshops for students and staff at the university. The celebrations took place on the same day that Theresa May handed in the letter that initiated the UK leaving the European Union. The event celebrated different countries across the globe with live music […]
on March 29th 2017 the BUDDY Orchestra performed a Spring Concert at Bournemouth University.
Tesco Metro Lymington is now taking part in the Community Food Connection Scheme that helps support local charities.
CHRISTCHURCH and Bournemouth’s Maritime volunteer service has been left “very disappointed” by a decision to take their boat out of the water. The “very important” service has been told it can no longer moor its boat at Rossiters Quay from the beginning of April. The voluntary service runs mostly on Saturday and Sundays, patrolling the […]