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International Education Forum to host ‘One World By The Sea’ Festival Thursday 26th – Saturday 28th October

The International Education Forum (IEF) of Bournemouth and Poole is to host a brand-new festival, named ‘One World By The Sea’, which will launch in October.  It will celebrate the diversity of the local community and will show-case just how welcoming the two towns are to its foreign students and visitors.

The 3-day festival will include a programme of events taking place at a number of locations across Bournemouth and Poole, from Thursday 26th – Saturday 28th October, and organised by the IEF and its partners.

‘World Discovery Day’

The Festival will launch with a ‘World Discovery Day’ event on Thursday 26th at Bournemouth University International College on Holdenhurst Road from 12 – 3pm. This FREE inclusive community event will be an opportunity to learn about the 20 countries that Bournemouth and Poole have a geographical connection with along their lines of longitude and latitude.

It will feature a talk by the inspirational endurance runner Peter Thompson, who ran 44 marathons, in 44 countries on 44 consecutive days, as well as some 15-minute internationally-themed challenges such as testing your chopstick skills, learning to say hello in 10 languages, and writing your name in Arabic and Chinese. There will also be a selection of international foods and flavours to try, an interactive ‘world rhythms’ drumming workshop, and free themed face-painting for younger visitors.

One World, Many Voices: world music show

The ‘One world, Many Voices’ world music show event will be held at Eden Garden Café Bar in Bournemouth from 7pm – 10pm on Thursday 26th October.  This promises to entertain with an impressive line- up of musicians and includes a 60-drum session, involving the audience.  Other international performances will follow, completing a fun evening of diverse musical talent. Entry is FREE to over 18s but space is limited and the organisers are urging visitors to arrive early to secure a good spot!

Carnival Club Night

The Carnival Club Night at Eden Garden Café Bar follows directly on from the ‘One World, Many Voices’ event, starting from 9.30pm and continuing till late.  This will be a vibrant evening of international dance music, hosted by a Cuban DJ. The evening will start with an amazing, eye catching samba carnival procession from the Triangle in central Bournemouth to Eden Bar. Entry is FREE.

International Film Night: Börn (Ragnar Bragason)

The International Film Night takes place on Friday 27th October from 8.00 – 10.30pm at The Lighthouse Theatre in Poole. There will be a screening of Börn (Children), the award-winning, gritty Icelandic film, set in the suburbs of Reykjavik. This is followed by a talk, in person, from the film’s acclaimed director, Ragnar Bragason, who will share his inspiration for his work.  Questions will be taken from the audience.  Tickets are £9 per person (£6 for concessions) and are be available through the web siteörn-(children)/

International Family Day

An International Family Day kicks off in The Triangle area of Bournemouth on Saturday 28th from 11.00 – 4.00pm where there will be something for locals, visitors, students and families alike.

International acts performing live music from across the globe will take you through the day with an array of singing, dancing and cultural demonstrations.  Prepare to be entertained by a Chinese Lion Dance performed by ‘Dragon of the South, traditional Bulgarian dance group ‘Zdravets’, African 7-piece band ‘Afro Tallawah’ who will get you on your feet with their Afro-reggae, and Latino band ‘Mambo SantaMaria’. Bournemouth Male Voice Choir will also show case their musical heritage and contemporary compositions, presenting a diverse musical landscape sure to impress.

There will also be a good selection of different international food available from a range of outlets, plus traditional handicrafts and themed face painting for children.

Event organiser Rachel Woodward-Carrick, Director of Bournemouth University International College enthused “We are thrilled to be able to offer a varied programme of events that for this inaugural festival and hope there is something for everyone to enjoy. We would urge anyone interested in attending any of the events to visit our web site where all the latest information and details are available to view. Also, please follow us on Twitter @1WorldByTheSea , Instagram @1WorldByTheSea and Facebook where you can enter a competition to win a meal for 2 at one of the Urban Guild restaurants in Bournemouth or Poole.

Fringe events across town…

‘One World By The Sea’ fringe events are also taking place across town.  These include two events organised by prestigious Chinese fashion house, Jiang Chi Pao, to celebrate 100 years of the traditional Qipao style of dress in modern fashion. The first is an engaging talk and demonstration at Bournemouth University International College on Friday 27th October at 2pm. This will be followed by a fashion show to show case the beauty of the different styles of Qipao in the Kings Hall Theatre at The Royal Bath Hotel at 1.30pm on Sunday 29th October. Tickets are £12 (concessions available at £10).To book a ticket email: or call Freephone: 0800 264 1681.

The Libertine Pub in Westbourne will be hosting a free tasting session of Italian pizzas from their wood-fired oven on 26th October from 5pm – 7pm.

The Vintage Lounge and Cinema in the Arcade in Westbourne will be hosting international films with sub titles on each day of the festival at noon.  Visit  for further details.

Gin Jams Wine & Gin Bar on Seamoor Road in Westbourne will be hosting an international food and drink quiz on Thursday 26th October which will include a cheese tasting round and a wine tasting round. £1 per team member to enter the quiz. Start time 7.30pm.

Ojo Rojo Mexican Restaurant in The Triangle will be celebrating the ‘Day of the Dead’ Mexican Festival which is a celebration of life. There will be live music each day and on Saturday afternoon they will be a hosting venue for the live music festival, Oxjam.

The new Metropole Market on the Lansdowne on Sunday 29 October will feature an ‘international courtyard’ at Bournemouth University International College, with live music and delicious food from around the world.

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Dorset Business Angels to host conference in Bournemouth – tickets available to book

Dorset Business Angels (DBA) is hosting an Angel Investor conference on Friday 27th October and is urging existing Angel investors, potential investors and introducers to come along and learn more about what they do and be inspired by the exciting investor opportunities available.

The Conference, which is in its 3rd year, will host a programme of invited, eminent speakers who include, among others; Jenny Tooth, CEO of the UK British Angels Association, experienced investor Justin Levine, Business Angel and DBA Chairman Don McQueen, UKBAA former Angel Investor of the Year, Peter Cowley and Member of Parliament for Bournemouth West, Conor Burns.

Anyone wishing to attend the Conference is urged to secure their tickets on Event Bright  In order to find out more about the event visit  E:

The DBA conference is being sponsored by Saffery Champness Chartered Accountants, Investec, Bright Blue Day and Bournemouth Borough Council.

DBA was formed in 2013 with the aim of being a catalyst in Dorset to bring together entrepreneurs and investors to help accelerate the growth of start-up businesses. Their vision is to turn Dorset into one of the UK’s best regions for setting up high growth and start-up businesses by providing quality private equity investment opportunities to local high net worth and sophisticated investors.

Four times a year companies are invited to attend an event at which they pitch their business to the savvy Angels in a Dragon’s Den type scenario. Angel investment might come from a single investor or it could be 2 or 3 Angels pooling funds together to support a company. Any investments are in the form of an equity investment and not a debtor’s loan. Investments are made across all sectors.


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Watch the Bournemouth Air Festival with some of the best seats in town at Keywest Bar & Grill on Bournemouth Pier!

Would you like to watch the amazing air displays at this year’s 10th Bournemouth Air Festival from some of the best seats in town?!  This year will see the return of the Red Arrows, Blades, Red Devils and many more…

We’re promoting a very competitive package that guarantees you a prime location for the day on our enclosed, large sun terrace at the end of the pier at Key West Bar & Grill

To make your Air Festival experience extra special and to ensure that you don’t miss- out on any of the flying action, you will receive:

– £50pp credit to spend on food & drink from the Key West menu

– A reserved table on our large sun terrace at the end of Bournemouth Pier

– Table reserved all day from 10am

– All day table service

– Free Pier Toll Entry

COST: £50.00 per person

BOOK NOW! 01202 237915

Thursday 31 August                         SOLD OUT

Friday 1 September                         SOLD OUT

Saturday 2 September                     AVAILABILITY

Sunday 3 September                        AVAILABILITY


Terms & Conditions:

– 50% non-refundable deposit due at time of booking with balance due no less than 2 weeks before the event

– Credit card to be provided on the day for any additional spend above £50pp

– The table will be reserved at Key West from 10am, you must arrive no later than 12pm.

Competition to WIN a table for 2 at the Bournemouth Air Festival!

Bournemouth Pier is offering the chance to WIN one of these amazing Key West table packages for two on Saturday 2nd September, head over to our Facebook page now….

Competition closes at 8am on Monday 7th August 2017


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Now is the time to move your company phone system to the cloud

So your existing phone system still works, it’s bulletproof and it’s been fine for years, right? Chances are this is the case for the majority of small to medium sized business in the UK. But scratch the surface and you will soon find a number of reasons why you should consider making the switch to a cloud hosted telephone system.

Hosted simply means that there is no longer a need to have a dedicated box of tricks in the office. All of the intelligence and configuration is hosted securely in the cloud (on the Internet) similar to Google Mail, Dropbox or any other modern cloud based service. The fact that these systems are web based increases the functionality available to SME’s that previously would have been limited due to cost and complexity, such as multi-site options, disaster recovery, home working and true mobile phone integration.

What are the business benefits of moving to such a solution for handling all of your calls? Well, the most obvious reason is reducing costs. It may be perceived that your trusty old phones don’t cost you a thing anymore because the system was paid for years ago. That may be the case, but when you consider analogue or digital (ISDN) line rentals, annual maintenance fees, legacy call rates and engineer callout fees for adds, moves and changes from your local telephone company the actual cost can run into the thousands every year.

Similar to mobile tariffs, calls to specified numbers, UK geographical and UK mobile numbers can be bundled free within a simple, monthly low cost per user, effectively doing away with a traditional phone bill for line rental and calls. Cash flow is vital to SME’s so all of the benefits of hosted voice can be achieved quickly without a huge financial outlay and customers have the choice of term length, with medium and longer term deals offering attractive benefits such as free of charge high quality desk phones for example. Again, this is a similar model to that of the mobile market where handsets are subsidised within the contract.

Cloud telephony is so simple to manage, any changes to the system that you need to make can be done by anyone via your PC or Laptop (and even via an app on your smartphone), it really is that easy! It allows you to take control of your own calls without delay and expensive charges from your maintainer.

There have been some doubts over the quality of voice calls using this type of technology, this is a thing of the past and ‘HD Voice’ is now commonplace , massively improving call quality. Converged FTTC superfast fibre broadband can now be deployed as a single connection for your internet and phones, with guaranteed bandwidth allocated for your calls.

When you consider some of the other built-in features such as voicemail to email, mobile phone twinning (desk phone and mobile ring together) call recording, and telephone number flexibility, not to mention your company’s improved perception from your customers, you can start to see why so many small and medium sized business are taking advantage.

To learn more why not come along to BHBanter About on Tuesday 2nd May at Steele Raymond in Bournemouth

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Castlepoint To Hold First Spring Arts Festival

Bournemouth’s Castlepoint Shopping Park has organised a major free Spring Art Festival which will see many of the region’s artists, musicians, dancers perform between the 10th – 15th April . The free festival, created to celebrate the magic of the new season will boast a calendar of great events for everyone in a crescendo that brings the vibrant colours of spring to life.

“Many of the performances will be held on a specially constructed stage surrounded by a chill out area set up with grass and deck chairs for people to sit and watch” said Anna Proto, Marketing Manager at Castlepoint. “Some of the performing arts will be seen along the Malls and within selected shops, as will some of the fashion and craft workshops. It will be a magic event, which will take advantage of the participation of great talented artists, to be enjoyed by our visitors!”

A Teen Fashion Photography boot camp will be hosted by professional personal shopper Liz Ryles with leading fashion photographer Sammy Baxter during which some of the best teenagers will be selected to appear in Castlepoint’s summer advertising campaign. University of Arts members will host a workshop for kids to learn how to facepaint. London based florist and artist Harriet Parry will lead a demo on how to create a magic spring atmosphere in your home. A variety of music genres and styles will include R&B, Salsa, Jazz, Swing, soul, baroque and classical piano, and dance will also be represented.

The Spring Arts Festival has been organized and made possible thanks to collaboration of local artists, institutions and important event production companies both local and International including the International Jazz Festival, the Dance Pavilion and the Arts by the Sea. It has benefitted thanks to the support of the Yellow Busses, the BU, the Arts University, the Brockenhurst College and tens of local schools and businesses all to bring something very special for the community of Bournemouth.

Full information on the free festival is available at

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Local Businesses to Launch #LoveBournemouthBunnies Easter Campaign

Bournemouth’s coastal businesses are uniting over the Easter period with the launch of a series of Easter attractions and a special competition.

Bournemouth Coastal BID representing coastal businesses announces the launch of an Easter campaign. Aimed at improving collective business prospects, the campaign will encourage more visitors and local people to explore Bournemouth’s unique coastal strip over the coming season.

The campaign will include many exciting attractions and events including an interactive Golden Easter Bunny Hunt. These activities are being organised by Bournemouth Coastal BID in partnership with local business associations from across Westbourne, West Cliff, East Cliff, Boscombe, Pier Approach, Pokesdown, Tuckton, Southbourne, and Hengistbury Head.

Providing an entertaining activity for all ages, the Golden Easter Bunny competition will run from the 16th March – 18th April 2017. It will see 10 Golden Bunnies move across 90 different businesses within the coastal area. The Golden Bunnies will be hopping over to another business every three days to highlight a wide variety of seaside shops, hotels and restaurants.

To take part in the competition shoppers will need to locate and take selfies with the Golden Bunnies. By checking into the business where the bunny is found on social media and uploading a ‘selfie’ using the hashtag #LoveBournemouthBunnies, shoppers will win a surprise gift in the hosting business. Everyone who takes a ‘selfie’ will also be entered into the main prize draw with the chance to win an exciting range of small to large prizes and giveaways.

Paul Clarke, Chairman Bournemouth Coastal BID and General Manager Bournemouth Hallmark Hotels enthused:

“Bournemouth Coastal Businesses want to put on fun events and activities over Easter to improve opportunities for businesses in the area. We are opening the Golden Easter Bunny Hunt with the chance to win a host of excellent prizes, from overnight stay and spa treatments in renowned Bournemouth Hotels, family ticket for RockReef and afternoon tea in the Miramar Hotel, we hope this will get more shoppers and customers exploring the local area.’’

For more information about #LoveBournemouthBunnies and the coastal businesses Easter campaign visit or connect via social media; Facebook (@bournemouthseasons) Twitter (@bmthseasons).

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Creative Artisan Producers to Set Sail and Showcase at Taste of the South’s Artisan Alley


CALLING ALL artisans, producers and manufacturers from across the South of England. If you have a creative passion, an innovation, or if you create authentic, hand-made products and then you may want to showcase your talent and products to a large crowd.

You and your business are invited to join us at Taste of the South, a showcase of the south of England which runs from the 19th-21st May and takes place in Poole Park, close to Poole Town Centre, Bournemouth and Sandbanks.

Artisans from across the region have already secured their place in the Artisan Area where they will trade, offer samples and educate people about their unique products.

Taste of the South has something for everyone. A fun-filled, jam-packed 3-day event where people from all over the UK and abroad will interact, engage and many will buy your products first-hand as they get a chance to meet you in person.

Said Jackie Phillipson from Taste of the South, “Artisanal hand-crafted products are on trend around the world and we know that there are some superb producers and amazing talents out there, and it’s our mission to find you and showcase you at Taste of the South.

This is our way of supporting the smaller, bespoke businesses out there and bring them to the public. We know it isn’t always easy to find your way as an artisan and this event can help you promote your work, raise awareness for your products, and put your business on the map.

There will be a chance to showcase the use of traditional techniques, new technologies or your own unique and creative style. Artisans are personal and this event will allow them to stand out from the ‘every-day’ products available from the supermarkets or superstores.”

Jackie Phillipson from Taste of the South continues, “In the Artisan Alley, you are guaranteed to find the best in hand-crafted, well-designed jewellery, trinkets, arts, gifts, and gadgets, as well as British food and drinks. All of the items are created by artisans based in and around the South of England. They are ALL talented individuals and their products are made by hand, by a real craftsperson and are unlikely to be found on the mass market nor in department stores – you will be buying something unique from each stall holder.

As a visitor, you will be doing your bit to help keep alive the traditional methods that have been handed down through generations when you visit the unique stall holders in Artisan Alley. Come and pay a visit across the weekend at Poole Park, where you can meet them in person and show your appreciation.”

The festival is being held in a picturesque location on the South Coast of Dorset. Exhibitors will enjoy stunning views of the beautiful Poole Park lake and, right on their doorstep, the award-winning beaches of Poole, Bournemouth and beyond. The event is part of the Poole Maritime Festival, which is set to attract thousands. More information is available or email


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The winners are revealed! Bournemouth’s Tourism Awards 2017 – the winners celebrate success at the industry’s biggest EVER event

The wait is finally over and we can now reveal the winners and leading tourism industry professionals of the 2017 Bournemouth Tourism Awards- now in their 11th year.

The spectacular final gala awards dinner party was held at the BIC Bournemouth on 9th March and attended by hundreds of guests, dignitaries and supporters all celebrating the achievements of this year’s finalists and winners.

This year saw the arrival of the brand-new ‘Green initiative Award’ sponsored by Waste Management Facilities and further expansions were made as both the Large and Small Hotel Award Categories now encompassed the whole of the BH postcode area. This saw hotels from Christchurch and Wimborne making it into the coveted finalist positions.

Master of Ceremonies, Chris Jarvis, TV presenter and panto star, has a long-standing affinity with the area, and had the whole crowd laughing all night. Performances were by gifted local singer song-writer Tara Flanagan, Lee Hayter showed his magic on the keyboard during the drinks reception and The Guilty Pleasures were back by popular demand as the party band at the end of the evening.

Des Simmons Director of Bournemouth Tourism Management Board, and Managing Director of Bournecoast Ltd, said, “The Bournemouth Tourism Awards are all about the overall tourism experience, the location, the food, the ambience and, of course, the people who look after the visitors to the area. It is also about celebrating and recognising the quality that we have in our tourism industry that attracts over 64million people to the county. This year the judging was tougher than ever and we congratulate everyone who entered and most especially those who made it into the semi-finals as well as the finalists and winners.

The awards have become a key event in the annual calendar which we all look forward to. A big thank you must also go to our sponsors and partners, and those who support these awards.

Tourism is the lifeblood of the area, providing the foundation of which all other business sectors are now flourishing. The 2018 awards will see the Tourism Industry in Bournemouth and Poole work more closely together, and the opportunity for Poole and Bournemouth to become a Tourism “powerhouse” with a combined annual business turnover of nearly £1 billion, attracting 11 million visitors per year and sustaining over 16,000 jobs.

Bournemouth and Poole Councils are in the process of agreeing joint management arrangements for Tourism and Seafront which begins this April, and this would not be possible without the leadership and commitment of Industry Representatives from Poole and Bournemouth Tourism Management Boards, Council Leaders and Portfolio Holders, and CEO’s from each of the Borough Councils.”

Said Jackie Phillipson from Bournemouth Tourism Awards and ROUTEpr, “There are a lot of changes planned for the year ahead. The tourism and leisure industry crosses many business sectors and these awards are more important than ever.

The judges and sponsors have been blown away by the level of entries and of their quality. Equally, we have been impressed by the number of votes within the four judging categories, which have risen substantially this year as the public and the trade embrace these awards.

We need your support year on year to deliver the awards and to make them the success they deserve to be, so that we can continue with the growth and delivery of this outstanding destination.”



The Education Award – sponsored by Bournemouth English Book Centre

WINNER: MLS International College


  • Capital School of English
  • Classroom in the Heart of Industry (CHI) Training
  • Department of Tourism and Hospitality, Bournemouth University
  • Hengistbury Head Outdoor Centre


Best Retail Experience Award – presented by Bournemouth Chamber of Trade and Commerce

WINNER: All Fired Up


  • Attico
  • Fab Frocks
  • Nellie Mimosa
  • Westbourne Bookshop


The Green Initiative Award – sponsored by Waste Management Facilities



  • Boscanova
  • Hadland Green Foundation
  • Marvo Mysteries Escape Room Bournemouth
  • RNLI – The Hub


Transport Delivery Award – presented by the Mayor and Mayoress of Bournemouth

WINNER: More Bus – Purbeck Breezer


  • Discover Dorset
  • Dorset Cruises
  • Frieda’s Tea Bus
  • Swanage Railway
  • Yellow Buses RATP Group


The Afternoon Tea Award – sponsored by Not Just Travel

WINNER: Derby Manor Hotel


  • Frieda’s Tea Room
  • Green House Hotel
  • Hotel Miramar
  • Ventana Grand Café – The Cumberland Hotel


The Creative Concept of the Year Award – Sponsored by Bournemouth Daily Echo



  • Business Events Bournemouth
  • Conker Spirit
  • Marvo Mysteries Escape Room Bournemouth
  • Science Zone
  • Sustainable Food City


The Family Eating Experience Award – sponsored by Town Centre BID

WINNER: Flirt Café and Bar


  • Cosy Club Bournemouth
  • Key West Bar & Grill
  • Koh Thai Tapas Bournemouth
  • Urban Reef Restaurant


The Specialist Dining Experience Award – sponsored by Comax UK

WINNER: Koh Thai Tapas Bournemouth


  • Del Marco Pizzeria
  • Nativ
  • Ojo Rojo
  • Renoufs


Bournemouth’s Rising Star Award – sponsored by Signature Catering Co.

WINNER: Carl Draper – Waveslider Photography


  • Sarah Ali Choudhury
  • Tom Keeping – Keeping & Co.
  • Adam Lynk – Adam Lynk Photography
  • Oliver Newton – Hotel Miramar


The Small Hotel Award – sponsored by Berendsen

WINNER: Captain’s Club Hotel & Spa


  • Cliff House Hotel
  • Derby Manor Hotel
  • Lord Bute Hotel
  • Number 9 Wimborne
  • The Grove Hotel


The Great Time Out Award – sponsored by ROUTEpr

WINNER: The Bournemouth 7s Festival


  • Bournemouth Jazz Festival
  • Marvo Mysteries Escape Room Bournemouth
  • Oceanarium Bournemouth
  • RockReef and the PierZip
  • The Shake and Stir Vintage Festival


Bournemouth’s Best Breakfast Award – sponsored by Wave 105

WINNER: Binnies


  • C U Latte
  • English Rose Café
  • Fresh and Tasty
  • The Hungry Wolf Café


The Large Hotel Award – sponsored by BKB Accountants

WINNER: Hilton Bournemouth


  • Christchurch Harbour Hotel & Spa
  • Hallmark Hotel Bournemouth Carlton
  • Hotel Miramar
  • Marsham Court Hotel
  • The Cumberland Hotel


The World Cuisine Award – sponsored by MediaWise and MMediaGroup

WINNER: Turtle Bay Bournemouth


  • Chicken and Blues
  • Koh Thai Tapas Bournemouth
  • Nativ
  • Noodle Bar Bournemouth
  • Ojo Rojo


The Bar Personality of the Year Award – presented by Templar Wines

WINNER: Liam White – Cosy Club


  • Ben Flewitt – Eden Bournemouth
  • Robert Haidau
  • Julezz Towers – Le Chic
  • Tommo Quy – Captain’s Club Hotel and Spa


Bournemouth’s Best Night Out Award – presented by RT Promotions

WINNER: Canvas


  • 1812 and Bar So
  • Chaplins & The Cellar Bar
  • Coastal Comedy
  • Grosvenor Casino
  • Mai Tai Cocktail Bar


The Unsung Hero Award – presented by Bournemouth Tourism Management Board

WINNER: Rosie Wallace


  • David and Jane Bailey
  • Ian Goode
  • Tim Seward
  • Jenni Wilkinson



Adds Jackie Phillipson, “Last but not least, a VERY big thank you to each of the businesses supporting this year’s awards- Comax UK, Berendsen, Waste Management Facilities, Bournemouth Town Centre BID, Wave 105, Bournemouth English Book Centre, Bournemouth Daily Echo, Signature Catering Co., MediaWise, MMediaGroup, Not Just Travel, BKB Accountants, Bournemouth Chamber of Trade and Commerce, RT Promotions, Pothecary Gin, Templar Wines, Department of Tourism and Hospitality Bournemouth University, Bournemouth and Poole College, Amica Live and Mai Tai.


Now its time for us to commence planning the 2018 awards, so, if you want to find out more information and get involved visit: or email or Richard Tel: 01202 896698.”

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Castlepoint Supports World Book Day and the Literary Trust

Bournemouth’s Castlepoint Shopping Park’s is supporting the World Book Day on Saturday (4th March) by encouraging the public to donate unwanted books to support the National Literary Trust.  Waterstones will have Maz Evans, the author of “Who let the Gods out”, their Children’s Book of the month at a special book signing, and children can enter a fancy dress competition by dressing up as a Greek Gods.

Harry Potter characters will be along the malls promoting new glasses at Boots and Sainsbury’s will be hosting a free Fancy Dress Party for kids as their favourite book character.

For all times and information visit

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