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Broadstone Players Theatre Company are well into rehearsals for their annual Plays ‘n Chips performances, where the audience is seated at tables, watches three one-act plays and enjoys a fish and chip supper in the interval. This is a long standing event on the Broadstone calendar and is in its 28th year. It started off…Read More →
Sponsorship We have a number of shared sponsorship opportunities, each of which will offer your business great exposure whilst allowing you to associate your business with this unique event. Better yet, it won’t break the bank. Programme Advertising Each year we create an event programme containing information about the event, the day’s schedule and a…Read More →
Friday 27, Saturday 28, Sunday 29 July Harbourside Park, Poole Determined to recycle, re-use and reduce all forms of waste and pollution, Poole Harbour Festival has organised a special beach clean on Sunday (8 July). Festival organisers are calling on volunteers to gather at Baiter Park on Sunday at 10am to be ready to pick…Read More →
July 15th, 11am-7pm Revel in a day of vintage music, fashion, memorabilia, entertainment and classic cars on a 1940’s-60’s theme. Vintage music will be flowing all day plus there’s dance displays and instruction, vintage cars a vintage market and more. Enjoy live music throughout the day from a selection of fantastic performers: • Jax Hall – A great soloist with a post modern…Read More →
In the Summertime chart toppers Mungo Jerry are to headline the return of Poole Harbour Festival next month. With 30 live acts on three stages, a world of great street food, free children’s entertainment, local crafts and a rare full band show by 1970s icons Mungo Jerry, whose singer Ray Dorset lives in Westbourne, the…Read More →
Local & National News
Divers have captured stunning images of an underwater cave off the Dorset coast. A group of divers have filmed themselves swimming through a sea cave. The video was taken off the Dorset coast near the popular tourist attraction Durdle Door. Diver Wayne Taylor who was with the group says that diving conditions are “stunning”,…Read More →
Affording a home in one of Britain’s ritziest seaside towns has long been way out of reach, even for the moderately rich. But now it seems that house prices in two of the smartest resorts have tumbled significantly in the last year. In the boating haven of Salcombe in South Devon, prices have fallen 8.2%,…Read More →
A food bank in Bournemouth, which had a month’s worth of goods stolen, says it has enough supplies to last two days after receiving emergency donations. People from Hong Kong and France were among those sending donations to Hope for Food after the raid on Thursday. The site was trashed, causing £3,000 of damage and 90%…Read More →
Cosmetics company Lush has dropped its campaign drawing attention to the so-called UK “spy cops” scandal. The brand had been criticised on social media for a window display focusing on the scandal, which some people said amounted to an attack on police. Lush said it had suspended the campaign “for the safety of our staff”. Cosmetics…Read More →
A practitioner who left two women with swelling and burns after injecting them with what they thought was Botox has been jailed for four years. Ozan Melin, 42, from Uxbridge, west London, gave the women an “unknown and extremely dangerous substance”, Bournemouth Crown Court was told. More …Read More →
Thousands of people prepare protest banners about equality to form a huge “living artwork”. On Sunday, tens of thousands of women and girls will take to the streets of the UK wearing the colours of the suffragettes and carrying creative banners bearing their messages about equality today. The marches in London, Cardiff, Belfast and Edinburgh…Read More →