Diwali

Diwali shines a light on Day Nursery

From making lanterns to enjoying mouth-watering dishes, tiny tots at one Bournemouth nursery were given a taste of the Indian festival of light, Diwali.
It is currently being celebrated by Hindus across the globe and also a little closer to home at the Bournemouth Day Nursery where the children enjoyed a whole day dedicated to this ancient festival and learning about India.

Flying Farewell

There are not many businesses where your colleagues would openly admit that they are glad to see you leave. At Bournemouth airport based Airways Aviation there have been celebrations as Mike Allison leaves his role as flying instructor to join Flybe at Southampton Airport to fly Dash 8 airliners.

Stolen Pedal Cycle

Bicycle disappears

A bicycle with the serial number F110415484 (pictured) was stolen from Westbourne between 4 and 19 October from a block of flats along Lindsay Road. White with black and green markings, the Cannondale pedal cycle was locked to a bracket and another cycle with a heavy duty cable lock and a separate chain lock. There…

Salisbury Cathedral appointment

Two local clergy have been installed as Non-Residentiary Canons at Salisbury Cathedral. Pictured with the Bishop of Salisbury, The Right Revd Nicholas Holtam (centre) and the Dean of Salisbury, the Very Revd June Osborne (right) are the newly installed Canons (from the left) The Revd Canon Vanessa Herrick, Rector of Wimborne Minster, the Revd Canon Jean de Garis,Team…

Children show litter the red card

Bournemouth primary school children are helping kick litter in their local community into touch.
Children from the Elm Academy have joined forces with AFC Bournemouth and Bournemouth Borough Council to help clear and recycle the rubbish people drop near their school.
The youngsters have been going out on weekly litter picks in West Howe with AFC Bournemouth players and mascot Cherry Bear.