Selfless staff at the YMCA have been praised by colleagues. With their efforts to help the vulnerable being described as ‘brilliant’ during Storm Emma. Walking miles to the hostel on Westover Road, in temperatures that dropped as low as -5, staff were determined to continue their work and help those in need. Interview with Cathy […]
There has been a recent outcry from Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole residents for more Traffic Officers to be patrolling the roads of Dorset. Local motorists have said they do not feel safe whilst driving due to fellow motorists “not being in control” of their vehicles and driving “reckless” – endangering others. Locals frustrations grew deeper […]
GP’s in the Dorset area warn of a drop in the number of pregnant women, taking the flu vaccine this winter. They are urging the mothers-to-be to make an appointment for the jab.
With Christmas fast approaching I took to the streets of Bournemouth to ask the public what Christmas means to them. It appears that Christmas holds different meanings to different people. It is the culmination of all these thoughts and traditions that makes the festive period so great. However, amongst all the Christmas paraphernalia there is […]
A recent survey by OnePoll and the History Channel found that one in five British people don’t know that Jesus was born on Christmas Day. So how much do you really know about Christmas? Early Origins: The traditional meaning of Christmas arises from the Christian celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. He was believed […]
Bournemouth Reverend Dr. Ian Terry, believes that unless action is taken “the Church is going to go out of business within the next 20 years or less.” The Church has remained as a staple of British society throughout its history and a voice of morality over current affairs. However, dwindling numbers could soon see the Church […]