As a teenager, you are bombarded with a constant stream of media related to an unattainable body image, portrayed by celebrities. It is easy to get fixated with your appearance…. Sophie Burton and I are sitting opposite on another in a coffee shops in Southampton. She spent most of her teenage years battling anorexia after […]
The hope of church leaders to bring together the community in Boscombe was put into action today with the relaunch of St Clement’s Church. One main aim of the ‘relaunch’ is to reach those who might not otherwise have any contact with the church and see them come to faith. There is also a focus on building and […]
Bournemouth’s nightlife could lose its safe bus scheme – a refuge for those who are drunk or vulnerable.
Sherborne Town Council calls public consultation on plans for new £4 million Art Gallery
The local community gave their opinion about Bournemouth airport, expressing the positive and not so positive aspects. “In terms, of the quality of service, I can’t complain because I think it is good and efficient airport. “However, the parking is a little bit expensive. So what I normally do is take the bus. […]
A photographic tour of the Slades Farm area within Ensbury Park, Bournemouth.
The Dorset’s Best Village competition has been launched again in its 30th year. The 2016 competition, launched this week by Dorset Community Action, aims to encourage communities to enter and be recognised in four categories. Competition Organiser, Rita Burden, said: “Last year we had 72 entries into the different categories of ‘Best Village’, so our […]