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Business Start Up Fair

Everything you need to set your business up for success! This event will give you the opportunity to talk to Outset’s own team of Enterprise Advisors as well as specialists in accountancy, banking, law, commercial property, Licensing, GDPR, insurance, design, and websites to answer any and all questions you may have on launching your new […]

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BCTC Forum – Bringing Businesses and Charities Together

Local businesses are invited to this Bournemouth Chamber of Trade and Commerce Forum in conjunction with Bournemouth and Poole CVS on June 27th. Taking place at St Francis of Assisi Church, this is a chance for Businesses and Charities to meet to discuss how they can work together. By you answering the registration questions on […]

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IOSH Managing Safely

IOSH Managing Safely

This course being offered by Bournemouth & Poole College is suitable for managers and supervisors in any sector, in any organisation and is a completely new approach to health and safety training. IOSH Managing Safely is a nationally recognised qualification and will equip employees with the knowledge and tools to tackle health and safety issues […]

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Coles Miller’s residential leasehold solicitors report a significant increase in enquiries from central London.

Coles Miller’s residential leasehold solicitors report a significant increase in enquiries from central London.

The highly specialist team is based in Bournemouth but helps leasehold clients from all over the country. “We have noticed a marked increase in work from central London in the last few months,” said residential leasehold legal executive Amy-Paige Gregory, who has been with the department for four years. “There has also been an increase […]

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EU Settlement Scheme

EU Settlement Scheme

Dorset Race Equality Council is keen to raise awareness amongst Europeans settled in the UK of the need for them to apply for a settled/pre-settled status, as the consequences of not doing so could potentially be devastating. If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen living in the UK, you and your family will need […]

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Cherries stars on crest of a wave

Cherries stars on crest of a wave

AFC Bournemouth superstars Ryan Fraser and Nathan Ake dropped in for the latest Ability Counts session at Vitality Stadium. The two internationals took part in practice drills and activities on the club’s training pitches before handing out medals and goodie bags, signing autographs and posing for photos. AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust’s Ability Counts programme […]

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Leading SIPP and SSAS Pension Property Expert joins Bournemouth Solicitors Steele Raymond LLP

Leading SIPP and SSAS Pension Property Expert joins Bournemouth Solicitors Steele Raymond LLP

Dorset law firm Steele Raymond LLP has appointed a leading expert in SIPP and SSAS pension property investment as a Partner in its market leading Commercial Property Team. Commercial property solicitor Caroline Probert joins the Top-Tier Commercial Property Team as Partner, bringing with her 15 years’ experience in the acquisition, sale, mortgaging and letting of […]

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Bournemouth hotel offers its guests an ethical way to wash

Bournemouth hotel offers its guests an ethical way to wash

Bournemouth’s Marsham Court Hotel is partnering with ethical brand CLARITY & Co. to offer its guests soap produced by blind and disadvantaged workers. CLARITY & Co, one of the UK’s oldest social enterprises, was founded in 1854 and seeks to create meaningful employment for people with disabilities and long-term health conditions. The Marsham Court provides […]

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Yellow Buses has marked the 50th anniversary of the last trolley bus in Bournemouth.

Yellow Buses has marked the 50th anniversary of the last trolley bus in Bournemouth.

Still regarded with affection by many, the electric trolleybuses replaced Bournemouth’s former tramway system in 1933 and ran for 36 years. They followed a network of electrically-charged overhead lines suspended above the road. The silent and emission-free trolleybuses were popular with holidaymakers and residents alike. At their height, the trolleybus network extended to 29 miles […]

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