All news items in 'Bournemouth'


A Century of British Art; Bournemouth Arts Club 1920-2020

An exhibition showcasing some of the finest twentieth-century British art from well-known local artists opens at the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum this October. Celebrating one hundred years of Bournemouth Arts Club, the exhibition was delayed from its intended schedule last year due to the lockdown closures. Shortly after the ending of the First World […]



New Wheels Festival for Bournemouth

A new festival is set to take place in Bournemouth in 2014. The Wheels Festival will take place on  24th-26th May and will be Britain’s biggest FREE wheels themed family festival, packed with high energy events taking place on the seafront and across the town including: A stunning Pier Jump on a motorbike – a […]



World-renowned light sense-ation comes to Bournemouth

Enchanting audiences around the world from the Guggenheim in Spain to the Sydney Opera House in Australia, the awe-inspiring Amococo Luminarium, will be a sensational centrepiece on Bournemouth’s seafront from 5th – 8th September. Making its second only UK appearances this year, this exciting world-renowned visual art installation offers a fun and captivating sensory experience […]



Air Festival Brochure Golden Tickets to be Found

The official 2013 Bournemouth Air Festival souvenir brochure is on sale now, and 10 copies have fantastic Willy Wonka-inspired Golden Tickets hidden inside, revealing some great Air Festival-related prizes. The lucky recipient of a Golden Ticket could find themselves being taken on a VIP tour of one of the Royal Navy ships attending the event, […]



Local Call Changes for Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch

For people living in Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch, the 1st November 2012 could bring the start of a new way to make local calls. Ofcom needs to free up more phone numbers whilst allowing people in the 01202 area to keep their normal phone numbers. The solution they came up with was to require people […]