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Sophie Edmondson

Sophie Edmondson is an aspiring journalist originally from Yorkshire, living in Bournemouth. As an animal lover, she enjoys writing wildlife-related stories, and runs an academic blog in her spare time dedicated to writing about animal welfare-related issues.

New Milton’s Forest Arts Centre Moves Online

In light of the recent pandemic, many businesses and industries have had to adapt and modernise, and Forest Arts Centre is no different. Hosting a plethora of newly-developed online courses in collaboration with fellow Hampshire Cultural Trust venues, the company is working hard to continue serving as a popular social hub for families and older people...

Hear from Our Heroes: Stories from Local Care Homes Fighting COVID-19

Care homes all over the country have been working hard in the midst of the pandemic. And our support workers have been sharing how...

Northbourne Pub Called “Pillar of the Community” During Lockdown

It’s all a bit surreal, isn’t it? Our streets, once rife with the hustle-and-bustle of commuters, shoppers and local food stalls, now a ghost town. But not everyone is staying inside. The Crown in Northbourne has a long history of fundraising and a charitable attitude within the community, and COVID-19 hasn’t slowed them down...

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David G Taylor, Artist / Writer

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Local Trio Raise £1,200 for Crohn’s and Colitis UK

Three local lads undertook a mammoth hike around the Isle of Wight to raise an amazing amount for the Crohn's and Colitis UK charity... A...

Poole and Bournemouth Netball Clubs Return to Courts

The new government guidelines allow organised outdoor sports such as netball. Adhering to official regulations announced by England Netball on 22nd September, netball is currently at Stage 4 on the Return to Play Roadmap. This means competitions are permitted, providing they are modified following the government framework...

Christchurch FC: Journey to the FA Cup

Christchurch FC kicked off their campaign with a comfortable 2-0 victory over division foes, Bashley. In the second round, the Hurn Bridge outfit welcomed Dorchester Town, who sit two divisions above them in the Southern League South. This match-up didn't daunt Christchurch, who very much dominated the majority of the game. They needed Dorchester to clear the ball from their goal-line twice, before getting a well-deserved 89th minute winner...