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It’s my pleasure to welcome you to edition 20 of the Southbourne-on-Sea Magazine, key to the door next time! In our Autumn edition we have an array of interesting articles including the music column from local musician Aaron Gregory, news of recently opened Close Knit Cafe and Create It All, plus, your opinions in ‘Have Your Say’ on pages 12 and 13. There are some great money off coupons too! Tuckton is going from strength to strength with a fantastic range of shops and services. Check out pages 16 - 19 to find out what’s on offer. Tom Faull, Editor CONTENTS Local News & Events Calendar Getting Crafty Close Knit Coffee Morning Fundraiser Southbourne’s Music Scene Southbourne - Have Your Say! Belles & Beaus Photography Southbourne Map Creative Hub Update Social Groups and Activities Autumn Events at Sunrise Computers, are they best for learning? Oh Crumbs! Useful Contacts & Websites How to Advertise
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Southbourne-on-Sea News Local news from around the area
New Look Post Office for Southbourne Our local Post Office on Southbourne Grove has just received something of a makeover. It was part of a three-year national investment and support programme, the largest in the history of the Post Office. The aim of the new look facility is to create a more modern and convenient retail experience for customers. This includes the newly refurbished, open plan environment with improved accessibility and many more benefits for customers. The post office will open half-an-hour earlier from 8.30am from Monday to Saturday, and will remain open until 5.30pm on Saturdays instead of the current 2pm closing time. Golden Ticket Autumn Promotion This autumn sees the ‘Golden Ticket’ promotion, designed to attract people to visit the coastal areas of Boscombe, Southbourne and Westbourne. The Coastal BID team will be out and about from 14th October to 9th November giving away up to 200 prizes at various times/venues displaying the Golden Ticket window sticker. Competition prizes include afternoon teas, hair styling, meals, fashion vouchers, Sainsbury’s shopping vouchers, tickets to events and much more. Look out for the Golden Ticket window sticker in participating businesses! THIS IS
Turn Your Friday Pink! Pink Fridays runs throughout October which is breast cancer awareness month and encourages the public to dress pink, eat pink, party pink, work pink or any way they like to turn their Fridays pink and help raise money for Breast Cancer Care. It doesn’t matter how pink you go, join the thousands who’ll be raising money during October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And it doesn’t matter if you raise £20 or £200 at your Pink Friday as every penny will help the charity support more people affected by breast cancer today. Sign up online to receive your free pack of Pink Fridays goodies and help make 2013 the best year yet! www.breastcancercare.org.uk
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Useful Dates and Events in September and October 7 Sept
Create It All Official Opening A chance to meet Lauren and her team and welcome them to Southbourne. Find out more on page 6. 19-21 Sept Taking Steps A Farce by Alan Ayckbourn presented by All Saints Dramatic Society at St Peter’s School. Tickets £8.50 - 07548 100770 or from Mocha Turtle in Tuckton. 20-22 Sept Bournemouth Arts By The Sea Festival opening weekend. 22 Sept Sponsored Cycle Ride for MacMillan Care starting at Southbourne Coast Road at 10.30am, £7.50 per adult. Contact Boscombe & Southbourne Rotary Club. 27 Sept Macmillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning at Close Knit Cafe. Help raise money for this fantastic charity, read more on page 8. 28 Sept Autumn Programme Launch at the Southbourne Creative Hub, see page 25. 5 Oct Pokesdown Community Village Green Market with local crafts, fashion and food stalls opposite Pokesdown train station between 10am-4pm. 5 Oct Boscombe Vintage Market with antiques, art, collectables and vintage clothing in the Royal Arcade between 10am-4pm. 6-13 Oct The Great Boscombe Exhibition is a week long fringe event in October as part of the Arts By the Sea Festival. See page 19. 31 Oct Have a Spooktacular Halloween Every Wednesday - Story Time at Mocha Turtle from 2pm with colouring, drinks and cookies too for just £1. See page 19. Every Wednesday - Karaoke at The Grove Tavern Every Thursday - Quiz Night at The Grove Tavern
Paganini by Candlelight
Thursday 10th October Set in the historic Shelley Theatre, a candlelight concert featuring work by Paganini. Jack Maguire’s quartet will perform two Paganini Guitar quartets, no.9 in D and Op5 no.3. The evening will include guest guitarist, Bournemouth composer Paul Coles, performing his solo guitar works as featured on Classic FM and the world premier of his ‘Tales from the River Stour’ after Thomas Hardy. See www.artsbournemouth.org.uk for details.
Getting Crafty at Create It All, new for Southbourne
Create It All is a brand new craft shop welcoming everyone of all ages to get crafty, clever and creative. Situated at 154 Seabourne Road, Create It All opened at the beginning of August as a fun, affordable, sociable place for all the community. Create It All offers everything from personalised parties to simple drop-ins for designing and crafting. We spoke to owner Lauren who told us more, “I’m so pleased to be part of such a wonderful area in Southbourne to offer events, workshops and classes for children and adults alike”. Fully kitted out with inspiration and ideas with a selection of crafting essentials alongside many of the resources they use during their workshops, there really is something for everyone. As well as being creative, it’s a fantastic opportunity to meet new people, share thoughts and ideas and have a chit chat. Lauren also told us, “We’re currently offering a fantastic range of needle-felting, crochet and jewellery making workshops, an opportunity to rekindle those classic craft skills to pass to our future generations. As the space has a really light, airy environment, you’ll be sure to de-stress, relax and let the time fly by during your session at Create It All.” Be sure to check out their Facebook page which is full of photos and updates with the latest creations made by you. Whether you’re looking for something for the kids to do or a place you can learn and have fun yourself, you’ll be guaranteed to feel a sense of achievement and walk away with an exciting new creation! Official Opening Create It All are holding the official opening on Saturday 7th September - everyone is welcome!
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Close Knit Coffee Morning Fundraiser for Macmillan Cancer Support
Join Close Knit, a brand new Cafe situated in Southbourne Grove, as they take part in National Coffee Morning on Friday 27th September to help raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. Family run and owned by partners Steffi and Richard, Close Knit is a fantastic new cafe with a twist, offering a regular ‘Knit N’ Natter’ group on Thursday mornings. Many of the local community come together to enjoy knitting and a good chit chat. We spoke to owner Steffi who told us more, “We’re really excited to be hosting this Coffee Morning Fundraiser. The charity is very close our hearts and we’re planning to help raise as much money as possible!” Pop by between 9.30am and noon and enjoy a slice of cake and coffee. The proceeds from all hot drinks will go straight to Macmillan Cancer Support, a charity providing practical, medical and financial support who push for better cancer care. As well as ‘Knit N’ Natter’, Close Knit has fantastic ‘sunnyside’ seating outdoors, perfect to enjoy their local Purbeck Ice Cream and Milkshakes. They’ve also got a great selection of fresh homemade cakes and fair trade coffee, whilst offering free wi-fi for customers to enjoy. With a passion for knitting, they have an array of handmade wool, tea cosies and cushions for sale which are also really popular. Enjoy reading from their selection of books, or just watch the hustle and bustle of Southbourne from their cosy chairs. Steffi also told us “We’re baby feeding friendly and dogs are welcome. Keep an eye out for Knitting Classes and evening ‘Knit N’ Natter’ groups too.” Make sure you support Close Knit and Macmillian on Friday 27th September.
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Southbourne’s Music Scene Aaron Gregory’s Local Music Guide
About Aaron Gregory We’re delighted to have Aaron Gregory on board writing our regular local music scene column. Aaron is a Bournemouth based singer songwriter who has been described by Rock Regeneration as a pillar of the local music scene. Can you believe it! The last time I wrote this column we were fast approaching one of the best summers on record, filled with BBQs, festivals and the return of the Rolling Stones. However by the time you will be reading this, summer will be over and Autumn will be closing in. Fear not however as there are many amazing events coming up in Bournemouth and the Southbourne area over the coming months to help you forget the Autumn Blues. One of the most eagerly anticipated of these events is the Boscombe Community Fair from the 13-15th September held at Kings Park. This event is just a twenty-minute walk from the heart of Southbourne and boasts an array of stalls from local companies including music workshops, food and drink from Boscanova café and of course two stages of the best live music in the town. Playing this year are Mischa and his merry men, The Jack Ratts, myself, Chris Woodford, Freefall Collective, festival favourites the Mother Ukers and Bournemouth unplugged winner Andy Stock. This is an amazing event and great value for money. If you want the festival vibe to continue into the Autumn then this is the event for you. If you are thinking of getting into music and learning to play, why not try one of the workshops at Music Art and Dance (MAD) in Southbourne. This fantastic little shop sells an array of interesting instruments and offers fun and social evenings where you can learn to play the African drums or guitar. If you want to find out more pop in to the store or visit www.facebook.com/madundergroundbournemouth
The Grove Tavern in Southbourne has some exciting live music events coming up in the next couple of months. My personal favourite is Krista Green who won Bournemouth Unplugged in Krista Green 2011 and has a beautiful voice that can transport you to tranquillity. She is performing on September the 15th. On the 29th of September, something of a local legend, Alex Beds is performing. Alex is lead singer with Fearne, together they have supported Feeder and Athlete. Be sure to make it down to the gig because he won’t be playing venues this small for long. At the O2 Academy on the 21st October Babyshambles and Pete Doherty are returning with their new album. Peter is one of the most charismatic front men in the world and definitely worth seeing in your local venue and by the sounds of the recent single releases, the album is going to be a corker. Also don’t miss Beth Babyshambles Johnstone at Urban Reef on 30th October, blending beautiful melodies in the mould of Laura Marling and PJ Harvey, a fantastic prospect from the Bournemouth scene. There is so much happening this month to keep your musical palettes whetted; I’m excited just thinking about it! Urban Reef Undercliff Drive, BH5 1BN 01202 443960
The Grove Tavern 27 Southbourne Grove, BH6 3QS 01202 430008
Aaron’s Top Five And finally, five more unmissable shows coming up across the area: 9 September: Joel Gregory @ Cellar Bar, Boscombe 10 October: Spector @ Sixty Million Postcards Bournemouth 19 October: Oxjam Festival, Multiple venues, Bournemouth 21 October: Babyshambles @ the O2 Academy, Boscombe 30 October: Beth Johnstone @ Urban Reef, Boscombe
Southbourne - Have Your Say! Find out what people think about local issues
In a new regular section we will be asking for your thoughts on local issues. It’s a chance to share your feedback and see what others are saying. In our second poll we asked:
“If you were Mayor for the day, what changes would you make to the local area?” “I would create more parking spaces across the area, especially the centre.” Joel “New Pedestrian crossing at Grove end of Fishermans Walk. Redesign parallel parking/pavement space on the Grove on the North side with 'angle parking' which would increase parking capacity by 50%. Promote more independent shops: ladies/mens/kids clothing, beach/surf shop, cycle shop? Promote the establishment of another decent restaurant. Enable community groups to use empty shop space/establish a community centre.” Graham F. “I’ve enjoyed the festivals put on in Southbourne this year, more of them please. Love seeing outside spaces getting used for community events.” Jean The responses shown here are a representative selection of comments submitted by email, on our Facebook page and comments from the public. They do not represent the views of the Magazine or Bournemouth Publishing.
“I would close Southbourne Grove maybe one day a month and have a vintage/food/French type market!” Kate C. “I would take out a few of the chain supermarkets and replace them with local businesses, I would also open a male gym as the only gym we have caters for woman and children. Love the vintage/food/markets idea.” Niall M. “They should police the owners of dogs along Fisherman’s Walk and the cliff tops. Disgusting” Steve S. “I’d make the cliff lifts cheaper, they’re a bit much for such a short journey. More regular than Yellow Buses though :)” Lisa Have Your Say - Next Edition The council recently spent £76,000 on a basic sign that appears on a bridge over the A338 as you enter Bournemouth. For our next edition we’re asking: “Do you like the new sign?” and “What would you spend £76,000 on locally?” Submit your answers by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Belles & Beaus Capturing your precious moments forever
Belles & Beaus Photography have opened a brand new studio situated opposite the Co-Op in Tuckton, Southbourne. With over 10 years experience, friends Victoria & Louise have come together to offer fresh, fun and creative photography across the BH area. Louise told us, “We love what we do and our passion for photography shines through in our images, we capture your precious moments forever.” Specialising in Weddings, Portraits and Newborns, they bring a new angle and creative vision, to create images that take your breath away. They go the extra mile for clients by making shoots creative, adventurous and extremely enjoyable. Having lived in the area many years Victoria told us, “We’re really excited to offer our brand new studio here in Southbourne but love going on location too. We’re so lucky to live in such a beautiful area, our favourite session locations are local historic ruins and our gorgeous beaches.” As female photographers, they are proud that many women feel comfortable shooting their baby bump and newborns. It’s really important to them to make everyone feel relaxed and have fun, especially when working with toddlers or even the shyest member of the family! Whether you're a bride-to-be, mummy-to-be or just need some stunning photos of your family, let Victoria & Louise help create beautiful images to last a lifetime. With their really affordable and competitive prices, why not book in portraits of the whole family, as a couple or even your pets!
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Southbourne Creative Hub Update Cathy’s news from the Creative Hub
Earlier this year we gained ‘Highly Commended’ in the Arts & Health South West Awards, recognising our work with those who need support to participate in creative activities. This work is now being extended and includes our support of an exciting initiative, ‘Making Southbourne Dementia-Friendly’. Debbie Horlock, Dementia Action Alliance Co-ordinator, explains, “Southbourne will be at the forefront of a national programme to become a dementia-friendly community, with a high level of public awareness and understanding so that people with dementia and their carers are supported by their community, improving their ability to remain independent and have choice and control over their lives. Many people you come across may have dementia and you won’t know it so everyone in the community can help.” Talking to people with dementia On Tuesday 10th September, from 2 - 4pm, those living with dementia and their carers are invited to The Southbourne Creative Hub for tea and cake to tell us about the difficulties you encounter and what would make it easier to live, work or visit Southbourne. Creating Community Support A Local Dementia Action Alliance (LDAA) is being formed. Members can include local businesses, community groups, faith groups, schools and colleges, residential homes, charities and health and social care providers. Successful actions have included: • a ‘no hurry’ supermarket checkout lane • schools including dementia in the curriculum • raising dementia awareness in customer-facing staﬀ A core group of partners for the LDAA has been established but new members are sought. Contact Debbie Horlock on 07730 287201 or email email@example.com for more detsails. Dementia Helpline: 0300 222 11 22 www.alzheimers.org.uk
Find out more, call Cathy on 01202 427962 or visit www.southbournehub.co.uk 129-131 Belle Vue Road, Southbourne, BH6 3EN Autumn Programme Launch We are holding an exhibition of our Heritage Lottery Fund project ‘Surprising Southbourne’ and launching The Hub’s Autumn programme of activities 11am – 3pm on Saturday 28th September. Everyone is invited and welcome at this free event. Below is a selection of photos from our recent groups and activities.
Local History Walk
Kid’s Creative Crafts
Suprising Southbourne Textile Hanging
Jericho Art Group’s Signs
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Social Groups & Activities Find a local club or activity to suit your interests
West Southbourne WI Come and join us at 7.30pm on the Third Wednesday each month at Trinity Methodist Hall, Southbourne Road, Southbourne. Anne White. 01202 428114.
Southbourne Afternoon WI Come and join us at 2.15pm on the Third Thursday of each month at Tuckton Social Club, Tuckton Road, Southbourne. All welcome. Mrs Audrey Males. 01202 425034. Bourne Social Looking to expand your social life? Bourne Social is for anyone who wants to expand their social life and meeting new people. Annual fee just ÂŁ7.50. www.meetup.com/Bourne-Social Baby Wriggle and Rhyme Fun for the little ones at Southbourne Library. Every Monday 10.15-10.45am and 11.15-11.45am. Also on the 1st Saturday of each month 10am - 10.30am. 01202 451451 Drumshare www.heikedrumshare.com Fun community activity, open to all ages and physical conditions. Mondays at Close Knit Cafe, every other Tuesday at the Strouvale Centre. See website for times. Heike. 07542 115055. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Music, Art & Dance (MAD) Underground Try Tai Chi and Spanish Flamenco lessons, African drumming, Buddhist Lama classes, Crystal Singing Bowls, guitar lessons, art, craft and painting classes. Vanda. 07522 406892
Dorset Humanists The group invites open minded people who want to learn what it's like to live without religion, using reason, science and ethical behaviour as their guide. www.dorsethumanists.co.uk
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What’s on at Sunrise Autumn 2013 Events
The free events at Sunrise Senior Living of Southbourne continue in September and October and what’s more, there are free refreshments at all events. Continuing Healthcare (CHC) Explained Friday 27th September 10am - 7pm Barbara Buchan from Cheselden Continuing Care at Sunrise to help explain how to secure Continuing Healthcare (CHC) funding from local NHS organisations. With informal discussion sessions throughout the day and presentations at 11am, 2pm and 6pm, Barbara will help simplify the CHC process and be happy to talk to you about your individual circumstances and to advise you on whether or not you should apply for CHC funding. Art of Sunrise Week & Open House Saturday 21st - Saturday 28th September To mark World Alzheimer’s Month, Sunrise are holding a very special art show – the Art of Sunrise. Over 50 works of art from our residents around the UK will be displayed in the walk-in gallery. Come to the opening ceremony on Saturday 21st September at 3pm or visit the gallery at any other time during the week. On the last day of our walk-in Art of Sunrise gallery, Sunrise are holding an Open House Saturday when you can ask any questions about life at Sunrise. Open House - Surprisingly Affordable Living Saturday 26th October 11am - 3pm Meet our residents, chat with our care team, view our fantastic suites and join in with all the fun we have planned for the day. Refreshments served.
If you are interested in finding out more about Sunrise see www.sunrise-care.co.uk or call the residence on 01202 437600.
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When it comes to senior care, Sunrise continues to set the standard. Our expertly trained staff and the high quality personalised care we offer are changing the way people think about senior living. Everything we do is born from a commitment to providing only the very best care to seniors; from independent living and residential care to our separate ground-breaking Reminiscence neighbourhood bringing comfort to those living with dementia and memory loss.
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Computers Are they the best tool for learning?
It’s true that children enjoy computer games and it seems like an easy and fun way to help them with maths and English. However, studies and our experience show that personal interaction is one of the most important elements in helping children learn. According to a study relating to computer use with over 1,000 children:
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“You need to have other support structures in place to enable technology to be an effective learning tool outside of the classroom.” Computers, though helpful in education, will not meet all your child’s learning needs. Multiple factors are important for student achievement: • Parental and teacher support • Tutors who can motivate and challenge • Supplemental materials Technology is just a tool; the key is how it is used to support learning. Perhaps the most important quality is having a responsive tutor who is adaptable. Adaptability is the key when it comes to taking advantage of teachable moments or those fleeting times when a student locks on to something or expresses confusion. Adaptability is also the key when it comes to altering a lesson to meet the immediate needs of a student. NumberWorks’nWords utilizes tuition and computer technology tailored to each student’s individual needs. Call Connie or Edward on 01202 433673 to book a free assessment today. Visit our Facebook Page to find out more about our centre: www.facebook.com/NumberWorksnWordsBournemouth
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Oh Crumbs! A unique recipe for helping people in the local community
CRUMBS is a unique charity in Southbourne offering specialist training to adults with learning disabilities and mental health issues. Their fantastic bakery is situated at 59a Southbourne Road. CRUMBS trainees benefit from up to two years of person centred training in catering, cooking, baking, customer service and pre-employment skills. The bakery are a team of three, plus three volunteers, who were once trainees themselves. They are now helping ten new trainees build their confidence and gain new skills. Training in a real workplace environment ensures trainees gain valuable hands-on experience, improving confidence and communication skills, and supporting vulnerable adults to live more independent lives. Trainees are then supported to look for work and play a more fulfilling role in their communities. We spoke to bakery co-ordinator Erika Sloper who said “Our trainees get involved in making from scratch all the buffet products, such as puff pastry for sausage rolls, chicken puffs, homemade cakes and biscuits. We cater for everything from a finger buffet for 10 to a funeral for 200”. They’re pleased to be offering services for parties, schools, office meetings and networking groups. They have a great selection of children’s party boxes, picnic boxes for school trips and afternoon tea menus with a selection of sandwiches, homemade scones and cakes. Sponsorship Opportunity If you’re a local business, there are many fun and low cost ways to support CRUMBS whilst at work. Why not run a tasty cake sale? They are also looking for a local company to sponsor the initiative and to support their future work. So, whether you need catering for your next event, know someone who would highly benefit from these services or can be a fundraiser to support CRUMBS, be sure to read further details of how you can contribute on their website www.crumbs.org.uk
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www.bournemouth.gov.uk www.poole.gov.uk www.southern-electric.co.uk www.sembcorpbw.co.uk www.wessexwater.co.uk www.rspca.org.uk www.bybus.co.uk www.morebus.co.uk www.southwesttrains.co.uk www.starradiocars.co.uk www.bournemouthairport.com www.condorferries.co.uk www.brittany-ferries.co.uk
0800, 0300, 0500 are free to call. 01202 and 0845 are charged at the local rate. Mobiles will vary.
Medical, Health and Wellbeing Southbourne Surgery Healthpoint Pharmacy Shelley Manor Dental Bournemouth Hospital Poole Hospital NHS Direct Giving Blood Organ Donation Talk to Frank (Drug Advice) Childline Victim Support Bournemouth Samaritans Missing Persons Shelter Dorset (housing)
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www.southbournesurgery.co.uk 171 Tuckton Road, BH6 3LA www.shelleymanordental.co.uk www.rbch.nhs.uk www.poole.nhs.uk www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk www.blood.co.uk www.organdonation.nhs.uk www.talktofrank.com www.childline.org.uk www.victimsupport.org bournemouthsamaritans.org.uk www.missingpeople.org.uk england.shelter.org.uk
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101 0800 555111 01305 252600 0800 111 999 0845 988 1188
www.dorset.police.uk www.crimestoppers-uk.org www.dorsetfire.co.uk environment-agency.gov.uk
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Published on Sep 2, 2013
The September and October 2013 edition of the Southbourne-on-Sea Magazine in Bournemouth. News, events, offers and lots more.