Interview with Lee Rasdall-Dove
Daniel Maylor – a local homeless man kindly shared with me his story of how he ended up homeless this Christmas.
The opportunity to provide a Christmas market has been taken into the hands of Stanley Reeves’, S&D Leisure, as the main organiser of the event. Despite the organiser’s efforts, visitors have responded with critical remarks towards their expectations of the market.
December’s famous Bournemouth Christmas market has been returning to the town centre since 2007.
Christmas is all about family, friendship and festivity. However as we tuck into our turkeys, many forget about the elderly who sit at home alone on Christmas Day, Claudia Stobbart reports. Shocking figures released in ‘The Future of Loneliness Report’ by Friends of the Elderly, reveal that more than a third of the elderly living in Dorset are affected by […]
A local Bournemouth resident, Claire Matthews, set up Hope for Food, a volunteer run organisation, in 2012 that has gone from helping two homeless people to 80, in the space of four years. Claire’s charity aims to help the homeless by running soup kitchens three times a week in Bournemouth and providing other essentials where […]
With Christmas fast approaching, Hope for Food are appealing to Bournemouth residents to make a donation and a difference this year. Christmas hampers Each year, Hope for Food, a local organisation, encourages people to donate items such as custard, tea, rice, pasta and toys to create a Christmas hamper for less fortunate families. Claire, founder […]