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In our fourth photo date and place challenge, we have a view towards the beach to identify.

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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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A new facial reconstruction of Tahemaa, the BNSS’s 25th dynasty Egyptian mummy, is now on display, along with a three-dimensional model of the skull. This reconstruction, based on the scans done in 2009 at City University in London, has been created by Vanessa Pearson, a third year Model Making student at the Arts University Bournemouth.

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Visitors to Buckler’s Hard, less than an hour from Bournemouth, will be able to take tours on board HMS Medusa – which took a starring role in the recently released Dunkirk movie – while it is moored at the attraction on Friday September 29th.

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New for 2017, Beaulieu has opened the newly restored Victorian Kitchen at Palace House, the ancestral home of the Montagu family. Beaulieu is less than an hour from Bournemouth and makes a great day out whilst here.

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