A litter campaign launched in Bournemouth & Poole appeals to beach visitors to continue to look after the area’s award-winning beaches, while reflecting on its success during the past year.

Free Park Yoga is returning to Bournemouth every Sunday this summer in Bournemouth Gardens as well as a new venue launched at Kingfisher Barn on the Stour Valley Nature Reserve.

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

Café Rouge has a new, deliciously affordable, evening set menu. This menu is a mix of some favourite Café Rouge dishes with plenty of new choices too. It’s perfect for a relaxed evening meal any day of the week from 5pm. We’ll get the prices out of the way first - as that’s the joy of a set menu - 2 courses are £14.95, or go all-out with 3 courses for just £18.95.

Join Lord and Lady Right in A Right Royale Tea – a hilarious immersive and participatory comedy afternoon tea performance set in the grandeur of the British aristocracy.

Adventure Wonderland in Bournemouth makes the perfect day out for children aged 3–10 years! With fun rides, including the 'Jabberwocky' helta-skelter , 'Jungle Falls' log flume, Runaway Train, Flying Elephants, Ghostly Galleon and Yoyo Swings plus zillions more, including live stage shows and entertainment - and you can now savwe up to 20% off all tickets.

A change in the times that people are travelling by bus has led to Yellow Buses boosting evening services and also launching a new night bus.

Monday, 01 April 2019 09:51

Bournemouth Goes Green this April

Tuesday 2nd April until Friday 5th April 2019 will mark the first ‘Green Week’ in Bournemouth as Bournemouth Town Centre BID will reveal several projects which will be implemented to benefit local traders and the environment from April onwards.

“Sshhhh, Be very very quiet.  I'm hunting wabbits" said Elmer Fudd when he was on the look-out for Bugs Bunny.  

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?