A Mexican restaurant in Bournemouth is taking votes from the public on how its outside mural should be painted. Ojo Rojo, on Commercial Road, has finally gained permission to repaint its mural after they were forced to paint over it in July. The wall of the restaurant was previously painted with Mexican owl designs. With the help […]
Explore the environmental and social impacts of food waste.
An investigative radio documentary into the little known eating disorder called Pica in the UK and around the World.
Bournemouth’s new leisure complex is set to transform it’s town centre in January 2017 The brand new BH2 Leisure Complex will be unveiled in early January, next year. The complex will boast an extensive odeon cinema, as well as a range of exciting restaurants such as – Nando’s, TGI Fridays, Chiquito, Las Iguanas, Joe’s Kitchen and Handmade […]
Social media is helping to “remove the stigma of veganism” says Lizzi Shaw, owner of the leading vegan resource Dorset Vegan. Lizzi said that social media has helped give vegans “a voice of our own”. “Hashtags like #whatveganseat on Instagram are a perfect example of vegans using the platform to show we eat far more […]
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 […]
What’s being done to aid in prisoners rehabilitation? Samantha Everett investigates.