Dorset Chinese Arts Society celebrated the Chinese New Year at the Bournemouth Life Centre. The society put on a family show featuring, international musicians, choirs, and a traditional dragon for over 600 people in Winton. The Mayor of Bournemouth, Edward Coope, welcomed everyone to the evening, which was filled with traditional dance, chamber choir, orchestra […]
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What do local Bournemouth residents think of their tax going up?
With the cost of living in the UK set to rise by an estimated 10 percent by 2020, many people are struggling to deal with everyday financial pressures, including their food shopping bills. Last year, leading hunger prevention charity, The Trussell Trust revealed a 2 percent rise in the use of its foodbanks nationwide, as more families and […]
The South Coast’s first cat cafe, Pause opens today on what marks World Cat Day after a long and successful campaign to raise £25,000. Located on Old Christchurch Road in Bournemouth, Pause offers customers the chance to grab a drink and something to eat in the company of some furry friends. Owner, Jaya Da Costa […]
Students from Bournemouth University and Arts University Bournemouth joined forces to protest against Donald Trump’s recent travel ban. The demonstration took place over lunchtime on Wednesday (01/02/17) at Arts University Bournemouth and attracted over 30 protesters. The event titled “AUB and BU students against Trump” on Facebook, aimed to show a “force of solidarity. As an […]
Bournemouth’s Food Assembly will drop-off fresh local produce to students and staff at the University’s Talbot Campus this coming Spring. The Food Assembly is set to embark on the new venture, just six months after starting up in the town. As part of the Sustainable Food City Partnership for Bournemouth and Poole, the non-profit organisation aims […]