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In our sixth photo challenge, we have three photos for you to place and date.

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In our fifth photo date and place challenge, we had a view of Bournemouth beach and pier from Alum Chine.

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Sir Merton Russell-Cotes (1835-1921) is best known for co-founding the art gallery and museum in Bournemouth that bears his name. He came to prominence as the owner of the Royal Bath Hotel, an establishment renowned for its illustrious guests, fine art and first-class service.

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In our fourth photo date and place challenge, we had a view of Boscombe near the pier, with the Chine Gardens in the foreground.

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In our third photo date and place challenge, we had a bridge for you to identify.

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Poole Museum has joined forces with other museums from across the region to tell captivating stories of inspirational women from the past.

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In the second of our date and place photo challenges, we have a new view from Bournemouth's yesteryear. The challenge is open to everyone to name and date the photos in the comments below. No prizes, it's just for fun.

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In the first of a new series of postings, we will be publishing historic photos from Bournemouth's past but with a twist.

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How things have changed.... In 1800 the Bournemouth area was largely a remote and barren heathland. No one lived at the mouth of the Bourne River and the only regular visitors were a few fishermen, turf cutters and only gangs of smugglers in the 16th century.

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The newly restored East Wing of Highcliffe Castle was officially opened yesterday (30 May 2019) by HRH, The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO.

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