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Amy Chanoch

Amy Chanoch
Amy Chanoch is in her last year of school, studying English Literature, Psychology, and History. She has lived in Bournemouth practically all her life (and couldn’t imagine living anywhere else, especially somewhere without a beach!) Her main interests are film, music, and history, all of which she often finds herself writing about. Next year, she hopes to begin her degree in English Literature and Film Studies, hopefully allowing her to enter the world of media in the future.

Top 5 Record Shops in Bournemouth

Sales of vinyls are at a 25-year high, Record Store Day is a widely anticipated annual event - people of all ages are once again embracing analogue music. Here are the top 5 record stores in the area to satisfy your musical cravings...

Boo Eaton, Founder: Letters of Support

From a single teenager’s bedroom in Bournemouth, Letters of Support is making a difference all around the UK and across the pond... Since 2018, Harriet...

Bournemouth’s Connections to the Literary World

At first, Tolkien and his wife Edith, would only holiday in Bournemouth. Once again, they would always stay in the one place, this time it being the Hotel Miramar on the East Cliff. However, when Edith became increasingly frail, Tolkien closed the door on Oxford, and the couple retired to a modest, now demolished, bungalow that backed onto Branksome Chine, where they lived until Edith died in 1971...

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