Poole tourism

Reversing the trend on single-use plastics on the beach

The BCP Council is determined to reduce single-use plastic on its beaches. The authority commissioned a report from the City to Sea nonprofit seeking to develop a more sustainable approach to Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole seafront. With responsibility for 15 miles of beaches, the resorts are home to around 400,000 …

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BCP Council Chief Environment Officer Cllr Mark Anderson Invited To Provide Water Quality Update As Southern Water Launches Task Force To Reduce Storm Overflows

The head of the environment of the BCP Council is called upon to report to the advisers on the discharge of wastewater into the sea from local beaches. The board’s oversight and review committee would also like to hear from the water companies and the environment agency, writes Trevor Bevins …

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Kootenay mountain biking trails set to become a global destination for athletes with disabilities – Castlegar News

Trails are a major component of British Columbia’s tourism industry, and a group of the Kootenays are on a mission to make them more inclusive. No, that doesn’t mean opening a wheelchair ramp to the top of Pulpit Rock in Nelson or flattening the Canadian Rockies to make the multi-day …

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10 of the best things to do in Vancouver this week (November 15-19)

Well Vancouver was the craziest week we’ve seen in a long, long time. So while this weekend’s forecast looks surprisingly tame, we also include a few options to find those who want to help with relief efforts or just do some good in their community. And of course, there are …

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On the rebound: resilient Vienna nourishes body and soul through pandemic

Vehicle in which Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated on June 28, 1914, Military History Museum. (Alan Behr / TNS) I finally arrived at the Sacher Hotel in Vienna 18 months late, with three Pfizer injections on my file and with relief that I finally arrived from there with my body …

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How Bournemouth Beach performed in the summer of 2021

2021 has been a great summer – but can the region start over, this time without £ 3.5million in government support? That was the question asked by councilors in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole after a review of summer activities which saw 40,000 parking tickets issued and some anti-social behavior … …

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Gagging after Tories accused of “extremely autocratic behavior”

THE conservative group that controls the BCP council has been accused of “autocratic behavior” after preventing an opposition adviser from making his voice heard. Poole adviser Mark Howell said the ruling group uses council protocols to avoid being held accountable for their decisions. He says he was gagged at Tuesday …

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The best bakeries in Dorset

As the wintry air begins to pinch our cheeks, is there anything more heartwarming than a warm cinnamon bun or a freshly baked butter croissant? We’ve rounded up some of the top rated bakeries in the county so you can enjoy a potter up to one and fill your boots …

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Whitten appointed to KCTCS Board of Directors

04 November 2021 GEORGETOWN, Ohio – While the Brown County Seniors Renewal Tax of 0.8 million / five years was widely passed in the Nov. 2 election, the new Brown County Health District of 0.8 million / five years (Brown County Dept. of Health) Tax Levy did not get a …

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