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Welcome to the Positive News Here is your free July edition of The People’s Paper Bournemouth! I hope you like our ‘new colourful look’ and find the stories interesting. There are some great articles inside including a full page of information from Bournemouth Tourism. You will find some good ideas for family fun this summer, right here in our own wonderful town of Bournemouth. Don’t miss out on “Roar on the Shore” opening the Bournemouth Air Festival in August—information on pages 2 and 4. There are also many stories of youngsters

helping the community as well as businesses sponsoring local charities. If you have a story to tell, someone to thank or an announcement to make then please email me at story@thepeoplespaper.co.uk I would love to hear from you. Do support the local businesses in the paper. They are the ones that make this ‘positive news only’ paper possible. There are gardeners, builders, plasterers, carpet cleaners, domestic cleaners, website designers, pest controllers, garage services, an d c h o c o la t e bar co v er

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Talbot Heath receives silver for going green Going green has earned Talbot Heath School silver from an international awards scheme. The Bournemouth school has received a silver award from the Eco-Schools programme after students successfully took part in a number of environmental activities. They included building, and positioning, bird boxes in the school grounds, establishing a

herb garden and introducing green bins, for waste paper recycling. Students also shared EcoS ch oo ls i nf orm at io n w it h Talbot Heath’s African partner school in Rwanda while the Sixth Form organised cake sales to raise money for ‘green’ projects. Geography teacher John Dwyer said about 40 girls,

aged seven to 18 years, had worked “incredibly hard” for the award. He added: “We’re very pleased and proud to receive official recognition of our efforts to make Talbot Heath a greener school.” Eco-Schools is one of five environmental education programmes run internationally by the Foundation for

Environmental Education (FEE). A total of 46 countries are involved in the programme, l i nk i n g m or e t ha n 4 0, 0 0 0 schools. O nce re gist ered, sch ool s follow a simple seven-step process which helps them to address a variety of environmental themes, ranging from litter and waste to healthy living and biodiversity.

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Roar On The Shore! Bournemouth announced as stage for summer world record attempt More Bus Bournemouth Air Festival organisers have unveiled a world record attempt that is set to be a heart-pounding, roaring, glowing, explosive event like no ot her – th e la un ch of 110,000 fireworks in 60seconds or less!

and the target is to raise tens of thousands of pounds for Help for Heroes.

The ‘Roar on the Shore’ world record attempt will not only be celebrating the launch of this year’s More Bus Bournemouth Air Festival but will also be a fundraising event for Help for Heroes.

Fireworks will be available to sponsor via SMS (text FIREWORK and your name to 82010) online at www.roaron-the-shore.co.uk, onboard Wilts and Dorset buses and at official outlets including the Oceanarium, Bournemouth Eye, Front Bike Hire and the Tourist Information Centre (Westover Road and Priory Road), where donations can be made and money pledged.

Fundraising is the key to Roar on the Shore and organisers are encouraging everyone to get involved and participate – event costs will be covered by sponsorship and fundraising

Mark Elliott, Director of Operations at Help for Heroes said; “This a great event and I speak on behalf of everyone at Help for Heroes when I say how excited and truly

delighted we were to be approached, recognised and asked to participate. We are a charity doing what we can for our heroes and your generosity will help stage Roar on the Shore and give us the opportunity to do more where it is really needed.” ‘Roar on the Shore’ is an idea that originated from the Air Festival Marketing and Content group members who work to promote and build the line-up of the summers most anticipated event; members are made up of, amongst others, local business people including Gina Mackin and Tim Sanders. Presenting at the launch Tim Sanders said; “This is a superb event for us all to support as a community and as a wider region. We are all incredibly proud of last year’s Air Festival and this is our chance to really put us, our town and our generosity on the map. The results on the 20th will be incredible and I can’t wait to hear the roar!” Added Gina Mackin; “We are confident Roar on the Shore will have national attention and

regional interest…a visual extravaganza like no other backed, from the beginning, by the people and businesses of Bournemouth!” Fundraising has already started with generous donations from The Oceanarium and Talbot Heath School who are busy raising money and getting behind this incredible South Coast event. Roar on the Shore will follow a firework display launched from a barge between Bournemouth and Boscombe Piers at 9.30pm on Thursday 20th August. This superb World Record attempt is part of the amazing line up of evening ‘Night Air’ entertainment in Bournemouth Lower Gardens from 6pm Thursday-Saturday during the More Bus Bournemouth Air Festival. Taking place 20th – 23rd August, More Bus Bournemouth Air Festival goers will be in for a an incredible 4days of free entertainment with displays confirmed include the awesome Eurofighter Typhoon, Team Guinot Wingwalkers, Yakovlevs, The Blades, The Matadors, The Red Arrows and Black Cats Helicopter Display – it’s the event of the summer! The Small Print All enquiries: 01202 894397 Disclaimer: Whilst every care has been taken to ensure that data in this publication is accurate, the publisher cannot accept any liability to any party to loss or damage caused by errors or omissions resulting from negligence, accident or any other cause. The People’s Paper Bournemouth does not officially endorse any advertising material included within the publication. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval systems or transmitted in any form, without prior permission of the publisher.

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A Bournemouth Summer of Free Events Bournemouth, the UK’s leading resort, is once again pulling out all the stops to make summer 2009 one to remember. With an endless list of free activities from an ex h ila rat i n g Bo ur n em ou t h Summer Live! Programme of events to the relaxing ‘Flowers by Candlelight,’ the whole family is sure to find something that suits. Friday Family Fiesta The tranquil back-drop of the beautiful Lower Gardens combined with Bournemouth’s award-winning seafront plays host to this year’s Friday Family Fiesta every Friday from 24th July- 28th August (excluding 21st August for the More Bus Bournemouth Air Festival). The Lower Gardens and Pier Approach will come alive with family entertainment at 8pm including stilt walkers, costume characters, storytellers, magicians and a children’s disco. To finish off a wonderful evening, a stunning firework display will light up the skies at 10pm on Bournemouth seafront, certain to thrill spectators of all ages. And if that isn’t enough, the music and entertainment will continue on until 10.30pm Mark Smith, Director of Tourism said, “Friday Nights in Bournemouth will again have a real focus on family entertainment this year. The ever-popular firework display will receive its biggest build up yet, and I’m confident the whole evening will prove to be a huge boost to tourism w hi l e p rov id in g fa nta st i c entertainment for local residents – families and young people alike.”

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Children’s Week featuring Lazy Town Lazy Town are bringing their Children’s Fitness Road Show to Bournemouth Town Centre on 28th July. Children are encouraged to come down and join in all the fun and action led by Sportacus himself. ‘Fashion weekend’ is the fabulous, fashionista finale of Bournemouth Summer Live. T h e e v e n t t a k e s p l a c e in Bournemouth Square on 26th28th July in conjunction with lo cal f as hi on ho u se s a n d businesses. Fashion demonstrations including hair and make up will take place throughout the weekend as well as a fashion show on each of the three days. Kid’s Family Fun Festival The Lower Gardens will host five weeks of fun for all the family with lots of entertainment every day. This includes free shows and activities featuring magicians, puppet shows, comedy capers, clowns, “have-a-go” workshops, games and nonstop entertainment. The fun takes place 26th July – 31st August. More Bus Bournemouth Air Festival Having successfully accommodated three-quarters of a million visitors in 2008, the 2009 More Bus Bournemouth Air Festival, Thursday 20th – Sunday 23rd August is promising to be bigger and better than last year, and what’s more– it still doesn’t cost a thing. History will be repeating itself when the internationally

renowned and much anticipated Red Arrows return for an incredible three pe rf orm a n c es , on Fr ida y, Saturday and Sunday. In addition, the RAF will be displaying the Chinook and Battle of Britain Memorial Flight as w e ll a s t h e Haw k a n d awesome Eurofighter Typhoon among many others.

Flowers by Candlelight The award-winning Low er Gardens are once again the venue for ‘Flowers by Candlelight’ as they are transformed into an enchanting oasis of flickering flames. ‘Flowers by candlelight’ is an event over 110 years old, started in 1896 by Princess Eugenie of France.

The Festival is not just based upon visual acrobatics and feats of breathtaking sky-high aviation, the ‘Night Air’ entertainment line-up is sure to impress one and all!

Classic Cars on the Prom Every Sunday from 5th April – 13th September (excluding 23rd August) an ever-changing weekly line-up of vehicles dating from 1915 up to the early 1980s are available to view free of charge at West Overcliff Promenade.

‘Night Air’ will include amongst other highlights: The Band of Her Majesty Royal Marines, a hot air balloon glow featuring up to 20 hot air balloons, which will be accompanied by a laser show on Friday and Saturday night; displays by the Royal Marines Combat Display Team, street entertainers and a fireworks display on Saturday night. Staying firmly on the ground will be 1.5 miles of stalls, attractions and displays. Watch out for the Royal Navy Village as well as the RAF Village, which will feature a Eurofighter Typhoon cock-pit, Signals marquee and weapons engineering. To really start the festival off with a bang, this year sees the in cl u sio n of ‘R oar o n t h e Shore’. Bournemouth is set to make history by breaking the world record for the most number of fireworks set off in 60 seconds. The event is in aid of ‘Help for Heroes’ – a charity dedicated to raising money for wounded victims of conflict and all proceeds will go to them.

Bournemouth Carnival Week Having been in operation since the late 1800s, Bournemouth Carnival week is set to entertain once again on 30th July from 7.30pm, Russell Cotes Road, East Cliff and from 2nd – 9th August throughout Durley Chine and Alum Chine with a parade, raffles, duck racing, sand building, Morris dancing and much, much more. Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Concerts On the 7th & 8th August, Meyrick Park hosts, according to The Telegraph, “an orchestra at the top of its game.” The name of the BSO is known across the world through over 300 recordings. Previous acclaimed CDs have been nominated for Gramophone Awards and Grammys in the US. For more information visit www.bournemouth.co.uk or call 0845 051 1700.


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Little Chefs Cook Dorset Young Up Organic Feast Enterprise Finals FORGET celebrity chefs children at Queens Park Infants School in Bournemouth turned culinary geniuses to serve a specially prepared lunch for parents and teachers. The Year 2 pupils have spent time this year sowing, growing and harvesting organic vegetables on the school’s allotment. They prepared the seasonal vegetable treat, including spinach and runner beans, along with a cottage pie under the guidance of chef Sarah Howard.

Head teacher Pat Whitehead says the allotment work and family lunch gives the pupils a better understanding of healthy eating, food preparation and good table manners. She added: “The children have great respect for the food they grow themselves and eat. There is very little left over.” Jessica DavisFinn, Jade Barber, Ben BickfordSmith (behind), Adam Weir and Connor Hill

Four Year 10 students from Portchester School celebrate as their businesses win the ‘Best Financial Management’ and ‘Best Trade Stand’ at the Young Enterprise Company finals. Dylan Harris, Chris Allbrow, Jordan Carter (ECLIPSE) and Jazz Gritt (Dream Teens) all reached the finals of the Young Enterprise programme, which has been running since last September. Students attended regular meetings at JP Morgan and various sales events at

weekends to develop the winning businesses. The winning teams: ECLIPSE, which designed and produced language prompt cards, won ‘Best Financial Management’. Dream Teens, who designed post cards and calendars, won ‘Best Trade Stand’. Team members were presented with certificates and trophies for their hard work and creativity.

Pupils from Portchester School at the Dorset Youth Enterprise Finals

BEET Beat The Best A BOURNEMOUTH language school has been voted one of Europe’s top five schools, in the industry equivalent of the Oscars. Bosses at BEET Language Centre say they are thrilled with the international accolade because the votes were cast by fellow professionals worldwide. The school in Nortoft Road beat more than 900 accredited language schools and many

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more non-accredited ones across Europe in the awards, run by the Language Travel Magazine. Votes are cast by thousands of people in the TEFL business from around the world, including agents and language consultants, choosing the schools that offer the best all round service to English language learners. “This award means a lot to us because it is a pan-global

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AquaCare staff take to the water for Julia’s House STAFF at a Christchurch company have raised enough money to keep the Julia’s House children’s hospice in Dorset open for a morning. Appropriately a 16-strong team from AquaCare took to the water in a dragon boat race at Sherborne Castle’s country fair. They raised more than £500 after taking part in three races on the castle lake, the third against a team from Naomi House, the Hampshire children’s hospice. The ‘AquaCare Angels’ romped home, knocking 15 seconds off their previous best time. The money raised by the team will be donated to Julia’s House, AquaCare’s nominated

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Star Trail 2009 Bournemouth's longest running Talent Show, Star Trail, returns to Bournemouth Pier Theatre during July & August after successfully moving to the venue in 2008. Steve Crawford & Guy Thomas have been joined by well known local entertainer and Drama Teacher Jo Michaels and Bournemouth Businessman Mike Stokes, through whom sponsorship has been secured from The Fire Radio; Evans Randall International LLP; Speedy Ma r qu e e of P o ol e , a n d LLoyds TSB. Heats & Semi-finals will take place every Sunday from 12th July, (except 2nd August & 23rd August) with the Gala Final on Bank Holiday weekend on Sunday

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30th August. This year sees two categories for contestants, a Junior 8 to 15 year old section and an Adu l t 1 6 + y e a r s e ct i on with cash prizes and some interesting additional items. It is hoped that the entrants will be as nu mer ous a s in previous years and full details including applications can be made through www.startrail.co.uk or by telephoning 01202 547844. Steve & Guy have been involved with the show since 1983 and have moved to the Pier Theatre to give it more of a seaside feel and appeal not only to the local community but the large influx of holiday makers during the traditional

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Local Store Holds Charity Fashion Show Sainsbury’s store Ferndown recently held a `James Bond` themed fashion show as their first event for their charity of the year John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation (JTYAF). The event was an enjoyable evening with the models being a mixture of staff, family and friends as well as some of John Thornton’s friends who helped the event is such a success. The raffle prizes ranged from a 32” television donated by Sainsbury’s as well as c o nt r ib u ti o n s f rom l o c al companies from AFC Bournemouth, Ferndown Leisure centre and the Angel Inn just to name a few. Pete Thornton whose son LT John Thornton was tragically killed aged 22 in Southern Afghanistan on 30th March 2008 and who set up the foundation in his memory gave

the audience a brief talk at the end to hi light the work the fo u n d at i o n do e s f o r t h e community. The event was c o n c l u d e d w i t h a Ca s in o themed decorated café where a buffet and refreshment `Martini ` (shaken not stirred) included was laid on. With the sale of over 150 tickets and an outstanding amount of raffle tickets as well as the charity bands being sold the event raised an amazing £7 1 2.4 9p. PR am bassador Helen Shurmer said `We would like to thank all the staff who gave up their time and supported the event as well as the tremendous support from our customers, this truly exceeded our expectations and gives us great confidence in helping to support the John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation for the next year.

Green-fingered pupils receive a helping hand GREEN-FINGERED pupils at a Bournemouth school have received a helping hand from Bournemouth & West Hampshire Water (BWHW). The company has donated two water butts to St Thomas Garnet’s School which will be used to teach pupils the importance of recycling water to grow plants. The school, in Parkwood Road, Boscombe, has two gardening clubs, including a new one for kindergarten pupils aged three to five. Sam Tattum, kindergarten manager, said: “The water butts

will come in very useful with helping our children learn about th e imp ort an c e of w ater i n growing flowers and vegetables. “We’re very grateful to Bournemouth & West Hampshire Water for their generous donation.” Tony Cooke, BWHW’s Managing Director, said: “Spreading the 'use water wisely' message can't start at a young enough age. These youngsters are our future customers and the lessons le arn e d n o w will h ope fully become second nature to them in adulthood."

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Review Winton Arts & Media College 30 June 2009 The outdoor setting for this classic Shakespeare play was a brave move on the part of the director (Mr Coshan), and following the torrential monsoon-like downpours of the afternoon, it was looking very dicey indeed. But the King of the Fairies was smiling down on Winton that day and the sun came out and shone brightly on the Athenian Forest (cunningly disguised as a sweetly scented lime tree on the College playing fields). When the idea for this production was first voiced, Mr Coshan suggested that they would need to get girls involved, while the talented Dominic Keeley (Titania) just smiled and said “We can play girls!” And boy was he right. The part seemed to be made for him and he carried it off with style and flair, and a pout that Paris Hilton would be proud of. Jordan Calvert gave a faultless performance as Demetrius, and Zoot Hill Vallier, another of the commendable cast of mixed up lovers, played a suave and powerful Lysander. The course of true love was jumbled by the joyfully meddlesome Puck (Christian

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Howard) who gave an outstanding performance that was skittish and playful, and what a stage exit! Commendation must also go to Sam Jenkinson (Oberon) who gallantly took on his part with just 12 days to go. A solitary robin began singing in the tree and the sun was setting on the assembled picnicking audience, who were kept entertained by the wild overacting of the players (particularly Jay Collins “The Wall”) of the play within a play “Pyramus and Thisbe”. The Ath enia n craft sm en w er e superbly led by Scott McGarrick who gave a powerful rendition of Bottom, including a deservedly indulgent and entertaining soliloquy. It was a strange, beautifully entertaining, humorous and touching play w hich was supremely colourful thanks to Mrs Lambert’s imaginative use of ‘Ziggyesque’ costumes. Well done to all the cast and staff who made this dream a reality. Angela Fendley Winton Arts & Media College students take on A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Brand New Health Centre Open 365

Days a Year to Launch in Boscombe July 1st will see the opening of the new Boscombe and Springbourne Health Centre, which will provide increased access to GP medical services for residents within the Boscombe East, Boscombe West, Eastcliff and Springbourne wards. The centre will be available for pre-booked or urgent walk-in appointments, whether during the daytime, evening or the weekend. It is based in the heart of Boscombe, on Shelley Road, and will be open 8am until 8pm, 7 days a week and 365 days a year providing maximum flexibility for visitors. The Boscombe and Springbourne Health Centre, providing ess e ntial GP & nursing services, is part of a new government programme aimed at increasing primary care services throughout the UK. The centre is part of 152 new GP health centres to open across the UK, providing a free, flexible service open 7 days a week and 365 days a year. The centre will primarily be open to local people, who can register by visiting the new centre and completing a registration form. However patients are also welcome to use the urgent walk-in service even if they are registered elsewhere. The Boscombe and Springbourne Health Centre is managed by New Wave I nt e grat ed Car e, a new l y

formed ethical partnership consisting of Centrepoint Healthcare Provision Ltd., Dorset HealthCare NHS Foundation Trust, Bournemouth Churches Housing Association and Help and Care. The group will work with the local people and community to make a meaningful difference to the area. The profits made from the service will be re-invested into the local community. Marianne Lambourne, Acting Managing Director at New Wave Integrated Care is excited about the launch of the new health centre. “Residents throughout Boscombe and Springbourne already benefit from excellent GP services and the opening of the Boscombe and Springbourne Health Centre will provide them with add i t io n a l ava i l ab i l it y t o medical services. We want the centre to be a safe and welcoming place to visit, supporting the local community, promoting healthy lifestyles to all and improving access to medical services for all local people”. For more information please visit the new Boscombe and Springbourne Health Centre on 11 Shelley Road, Bournemouth, BH1 4JQ from 1st July. Alternatively you can visit www.nwic.org.uk from 1st July.


The People's Paper Bournemouth - Issue 6