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127 Local Venues Where You Can “Eat Out To Help Out”

It has been a motto throughout this pandemic -- Support Local. Now that, as of today, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak's EAT OUT TO HELP OUT scheme has begun, offering diners 50% off eat-in meals and non-alcoholic drinks, the time to support your local hospitality businesses has never been more right...!

Opening Soon: Kala Thai

At the head of the Kala Thai operation is chef and businessman Tom Saengthong. Tom, who hails from Bangkok, will be supported by his wife and a team of four Thai chefs, as his restaurant prepares to open from midday until late seven days a week. This will also open up job opportunities in the bar and front-of-house departments...

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...

Outdoor Cinema Experience Arrives at Farmer Palmer’s

It is hoped that the drive-in theatre experience will prove popular in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, as a substitute to the modern cinema and other events which were due to take place this year, by allowing moviegoers to enjoy films from the comfort and safety of their own cars...

Lighthouse Announces Reopening Date

Theatre executives advise that the initial reopening will be limited, consisting of the cinema, the Beacon Café, the ticket office and some behind-closed-doors rehearsals, courses and classes. In addition, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra is expected to start rehearsing in the concert hall again. During this time, Lighthouse will dedicate its time to developing a pop-up film studio, in which digital content can be created for concerts and other performances...

Shopping Experience Returns to Bournemouth and Poole

It’s fair to say that shopping online isn’t exactly an unfamiliar experience anymore. Since the birth of Amazon and eBay, more and more people have taken to shopping online. That being said, it’s clear to see that people have really missed the traditional shopping experience since the country went into lockdown back in March...

57 Local Restaurants, Pubs and Cafés Offering Takeaway and Delivery Services

Worried your meal plans are getting a little repetitive while in self-isolation? Well, you can mix it up a little and support your local hospitality businesses at the same time. HQB has compiled an exhaustive list of restaurants, bars, cafés and suchlike. All of whom are offering takeaway and delivery services of some sort...

Top Student Deals in Bournemouth

Calling all students! HQB Media has gathered all the best student deals in Bournemouth you can’t afford to miss (quite literally!) Take a look below to start saving whilst making awesome memories in Bournemouth…

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