A species of Seahorse has been spotted along Dorset’s coast after three years of absence. South beach along Studland Bay is home to many species of marine life including the protected seahorse. Since 2008 the Seahorse Trust have monitored the declining spiny and short snouted seahorse across Studland Bay to help protect the species. […]
More than 600 people have signed up for the Big Commuter Challenge. Organised by Bournemouth Council, the scheme challenges people to use other modes of transport such as bikes, buses or switch to car sharing. Our Buzz reporter Josh Wilde, asked the public whether they would be willing to share a car with a stranger.
The UK Food Waste, is mostly dumped in a landfill in most countries where councils pay for it again in landfill tax. It is directly linked with local communities back here in the Dorset as Bournemouth council have given people the opportunity to recycle food waste. In the first two years of food waste collections, […]
A new regional adoption agency was approved by councillors at Bournemouth Council’s Cabinets meeting yesterday. The regional adoption agency will establish a service covering the whole of Dorset called Aspire Adoption. They will be working with local specialist adoption agency, Families for Children. Members were also asked to approve the business case which sets out how Bournemouth […]
A Dorset charity is here at Bournemouth University, for national young carers day, to recruit students to take part in a zip line challenge. MyTime, who provide respite breaks for young carers at their outdoor centre in Worth Matravers, have teamed up with Rock Reef at Bournemouth Pier to raise money in their new My Time to be […]
Meet 16 year old Bournemouth Parkour athlete Luke Stones ahead of International Copenhagen Event Bournemouth is home to a large, vibrant and young Parkour community. A few of the Dorset based athletes are now receiving international recognition. One of whom is Luke Stones, a 16 year old Media student at Bournemouth and Poole college. Luke […]
In the UK there are more than 4,000 rough sleepers, which is 16% more than last year, however Bournemouth has seen a decrease in these numbers. Alan Watton, who used to be homeless, said that “There are more opportunities in Bournemouth for people in need to get living accommodation. “The YMCA assisted me when I was homeless […]