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Fly Bournemouth

Stephen Gill, Managing Director, Bournemouth Airport. The airport has published its Fly Bournemouth 2020 preview, detailing flights for 2020. Holidaymakers looking to fly from Bournemouth Airport for travel convenience have two new sunshine destinations for Summer 2020. The stunning Greek islands of Skiathos, in the Aegean Sea, and Zante, in the Ionian Sea, are now […]

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It’s ‘Nutty November’ on Bournemouth Pier – HALF PRICE offers on the Zip Wire, and climbing at RockReef!

‘Nutty November’ has landed on Bournemouth Pier with spectacular offers to help locals beat the winter blues! The nutty offers are running from Monday 4th November to Saturday 30th November.   Half price Zip Wire flights will be available from just £7.50 and RockReef Indoor climbing activities start at only £5.50 for 1 ½ hours climbing! The […]

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BCP Council and Royal Bournemouth Hospital to work together on future travel options at Wessex Fields

BCP Council and Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals (RBCH) will work together to draw up future solutions to tackle congestion in and around the hospital site. Following yesterday’s (30 September) decision by BCP Council’s Cabinet to build part of the road from the A338 up to the Wessex Fields development site boundary line, councillors have […]

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RockReef and Oceanarium, the Bournemouth Aquarium join forces to offer discounted tickets

Popular Bournemouth seafront attractions, RockReef indoor climbing attraction on Bournemouth Pier and Oceanarium, The Bournemouth Aquarium have joined forces to offer a dual attraction discounted ticket to visitors over the summer period. The promotion offers savings of up to 30% at the Oceanarium and 20% off all RockReef activities and the PierZip, thoughout the summer, […]

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Run for a good cause at Bournemouth Marathon Festival

There’s a chance for runners to help a Bournemouth charity making children’s wishes come true at the town’s Marathon Festival. Round Table Children’s Wish relies on donations and sponsorship to help children with life-threatening illnesses aged between four and 17. The charity is hoping that runners in the Bournemouth Marathon Festival, which takes place over […]

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Baron of Beef Dinner

BCTC and BAHA are delighted to announce details of the traditional Baron of Beef Dinner on Thursday 5th September 2019 from 6:30pm in the Oceana Suite at The Cumberland Hotel, East Cliff, Bournemouth. The dress code for the evening is business attire. The Bournemouth Tradesmen’s Baron of Beef Association was set up in 1885 whose […]

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What’s on the agenda – BCTC May 2019

We always get asked the question “what does the Chamber do?” so we thought we would share some of the items that have been on our agenda over the last month to give our members an idea of the discussions that the BCTC are currently involved in as most of the work our volunteer Directors […]

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Region’s economic powerhouse growing

Region’s economic powerhouse growing

The Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area is an economic powerhouse which is only going to get stronger, the latest AFC Business event was told. More than 80 directors, business leaders, decision-makers and business people were at AFC Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium for the May networking breakfast. They heard newly-elect BCP Council member Nigel Hedges talk about […]

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The Curry Queen Rules

The Curry Queen Rules

In less than two weeks the third edition of The Small Awards will recognise the UK’s best small businesses. Included in the evening’s categories is the award for ‘New Kid on the Block’, for the best small business start-up under 18-months-old. Sarah Ali Choudhury – who won the award in 2017 for her gourmet Indian […]

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