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The festive season has officially kicked off across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, here's a round up of what's on and where.

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Bournemouth is set to be lit up by more than 100 festive-themed illuminations this winter as Christmas Tree Wonderland returns to the town.

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With lockdown restrictions now eased, you are invited to see the lights and visit Bournemouth's trading areas this Christmas to help boost local businesses.

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Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole will have access to a generous package of travel offers in the run to up to Christmas, in a bid to support local businesses.

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Chris Jarvis couldn’t be happier to be spending his Christmas in Poole, on stage at Lighthouse starring in and directing Happy Ever After, the show he wrote in response to being unable to do panto this year. 

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Despite the recent government announcementplanning continues in anticipation of audiences returning for live shows next month and Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts, is able to announce Bournemouth Symphony Chorus will stage its annual Christmas Carol Concert on 23 December. 

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In line with many theatres up and down the country, for the first time in its 42-year history Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts, has taken the difficult decision to postpone its traditional family pantomime until next year.

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Thousands of toys collected by Freemasons in Bournemouth will be delivered to disadvantaged children this Christmas – thanks to the Salvation Army.

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To mark the season of giving, Compton Acres has donated a 6ft Christmas tree to Victoria Education Centre in Poole

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Yellow Buses is helping tens of thousands of people enjoy the magical spectacle of one of Britain top Christmas attractions.

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