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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...

Lewis-Manning Hospice Secures Support via LinkedIn

CEO Clare Gallie appealed to her colleagues and connections for support via the social network, which attracted the attention of Hannah Nardini at WKspace. This Worcestershire-based company specialises in corporate interior design, counting brands such as The Body Shop and Marie Curie among her clients...

Jack Pyne — The Shirt Framing Service

Last time we spoke to Jack Pyne, founder of The Shirt Framing Service, this was Humans of Bournemouth. A couple of years have passed since then, and with them, some growth to this sports memorabilia service. And so we were more than pleased to head over to the head office in Broadstone and catch up with Jack...

Bournemouth University Presents the Row Britannia Challenge

Two BU campuses are to hold the Row Britannia Challenge, to promote better mental health across the university... Bournemouth University has announced plans to hold...

Daniel Manuel & Faye Millington — Coming Up from F.F.C.

Time to play catch-up and finish off stories from last year. Beginning with the sports charity F.F.C., and their Bournemouth reps Daniel Manuel and...

Daniel Manuel & Faye Millington — Participating in F.F.C. Events

Segueing nicely from last episode, Daniel Manuel and Faye Millington tell us about participating in the events of F.F.C... F.F.C. (or Friends Fighting Cancer) runs...

Daniel Manuel & Faye Millington — Our Involvement in F.F.C.

Welcome to the second part of our interview with Bournemouth F.F.C. committee members Daniel Manuel and Faye Millington. Last time we learned about the...

Daniel Manuel & Faye Millington — The Origins of F.F.C.

Continuing our trend of stories relating to doing sport for good causes, we spoke to two committee members from the Bournemouth branch of a...

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