The two-day fun fest at Baiter Park offers a full weekend of entertainment, with some of the UK’s top tribute acts, as well as local bands.
A fisherman has been ordered to pay more than £100,000 he made from fishing illegally in Christchurch Harbour.
Girls Golf Rocks has inspired over 500 girls in nine counties to enjoy a taste of golf.
Enjoy a three-course meal with Fanny and Johnnie Cradock as they cook up a storm in the acclaimed dinner show, Fanny & Johnnie Cradock Cook the Great American Songbook at The Kitchen in Poole Park from 26-28 July.
After entering the Rotary Club’s nationwide competition to write a poem to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday, eight youngsters from Parley First School in Ferndown took centre stage at the Street Party on the Rec at the West Parley Recreation Ground.
A popular fixture in Bournemouth’s event calendar, free Friday fireworks, will return for five consecutive weeks during the summer holidays, kicking off with a special launch night on 29 July.
Following an assault on an elderly woman in Poole, police have issued CCTV images of the suspect and are appealing for help to identify this person.
Young ‘Jazz Factor’ music competition winners from the Bournemouth Jazz Festival played on route to France and at a civic reception in Cherbourg recently.
Young ‘philanthropists’ of Queen’s Park Academy in Bournemouth have raised almost £2,000 by staging a 1km race around their playground.