International Men’s Day is 19th of November. This year’s focus for the UK is “Making a difference for men and boys” and “how we can give men and boys better life chances”. Pause Cat Cafe sees this as an opportunity to help men and boys in the local community by offering them a free visit to experience the healing benefits of spending time with cats.
One of Bournemouth's oldest watering holes is back in the smart guise of a pub with dining and it's very own microbrewery. Brewhouse & Kitchen is now established in the historic Branksome premises at 152 Commercial Road in the The Triangle.
It’s ‘Nutty November’ on Bournemouth Pier – Half Price Offers for locals on the Zip Wire, at RockReef and 2 for 1 at Key West Bar & Grill.
Join the biggest free November 5th fireworks event in the south on Poole Quay. Featuring dazzling fire shows and magical music, have a night to remember before a spectacular free firework display on Sunday November 5.
The 7th Arts by the Sea Festival is just a few days away and preparations are in full swing for the more than 70 acts and events occurring over 8 days this autumn across Bournemouth’s many and varied venues.
Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts has ensured there is family fun aplenty this October half term - whatever the weather!
Bournemouth is the greenest city in the UK when it comes to driving according to a new study.
Winner of The X Factor in 2012 and "Impossible" star James Arthur is in Bournemouth for the last night of his 2017 tour this November.