Home is where the heart is as Grooves on the Green, Poole’s longest-running community festival, once again pulls out all the stops to welcome everyone to Ashley Cross on 20 and 21 July 2019.

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Bigger than ever, this year’s Poole Harbour Festival has lined up 40 live acts on three stages with circus shows by Swamp Circus, mouth watering street food from around the world, free children’s entertainment and local crafts.

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Back by overwhelming public demand Dorset’s longest running community music festival, Grooves on the Green returns this year with the best of the South’s music talent.

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The fifth Poole Harbour Boat Show is taking place this weekend (7 - 9 June 2019) at its award-winning home, Poole Quay Boat Haven.

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Yellow Buses is inviting passengers to hop on board its new Saturday service that takes passengers from Bournemouth to Tower Park in Poole.

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John Newcombe has been showing films since 1952 – and at 82 years young he’s still going strong, working regular shifts at Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts. Could he be Britain’s oldest working cinema projectionist?

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World-famous British reggae stars UB40 bring their 40th anniversary tour to Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts, on Thursday 4 April.

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Poole will provide a dramatic backdrop to series of interactive digital Light Art installations this weekend.

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From a giant water screen in which passers by can see their faces in a million drops of water, to a fully functioning weather machine, by way of a poetry robot and musical lamp posts, this year’s Light Up Poole festival of light art, which runs after dark from Thursday 21 to Saturday 23 February 2019, can promise experiences like no others.

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Poole Museum is hosting a unique photography project celebrating the distinguished past and present of the RNLI. Entitled: Calm before the Storm - The Art of Photographing Lifeboats, the free exhibition will run from 26 January to 22 April 2019.

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