Poole tourism

Gwynedd restaurant boss wants help selling, moving to Birmingham’s ‘greener pastures’

A restaurant owner wants planners to help him secure his return to Birmingham’s “greener pastures”. Dhon Miah, owner of Tywyn Balti, says he’s been trying to sell his business for eight years. He was unable to find a buyer with the situation made worse by the pandemic. READ MORE: Caravan …

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2022 Winter Olympics: Should the Vancouver cauldron stay dark?

Vancouver’s Jack Poole Plaza became a ground for competing political events and protests ahead of the Beijing Winter Olympics in February 2022 British Columbia officials should keep the Olympic cauldron in downtown Vancouver in darkness during the Beijing Olympics in February, say British Columbians from minority groups facing human rights …

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Keith Whitley’s fundraising show slated for Saturday – La Tribune

Country Music Awards fingerprints moved to Ashland for the first time A fundraiser to support a music scholarship by the friends of Keith Whitley moved from his Nashville home to Ashland, Kentucky this year. The event, called Keith Whitley Fingerprints on Country Music Awards, will take place at 7 p.m. …

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The New Years Bathtub Race will take place at Poole Quay

POOLE’s popular New Year’s Bathtub Race is scheduled to return on January 1. The annual Bathtub Race sees teams, decked out in disguise, braving the cold water to compete along Poole Quay. The charity event typically attracts around 3,000 spectators and has been around for over 40 years. This year …

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Olympic skater Alana Smith on mental health, chosen family and being non-binary

Skateboard Olympian Alana Smith. (Photo: courtesy photo; designed by Quinn Lemmers for Yahoo Life) relax it is Yahoo Life’s wellness series in which experts, influencers and celebrities share their approaches to wellness and Mental Health, from self-care rituals to setting healthy boundaries to mantras that keep them afloat. When skateboarding …

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Sandbanks hotel projects: Richard Carr responds to thousands of objections

HUNDREDS of thousands of pounds of “compensation” will be paid out to compensate for damage to environmentally sensitive areas of Poole if major plans for the redevelopment of three Sandbanks hotels are approved. Richard Carr’s plans for the replacement of the Sandbanks Hotel include a new 171-room hotel, the replacement …

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Award-winning Indigenous Sport Gallery connects the virtual world

The award-winning BC Sports Hall of Fame Indigenous Sport Gallery will soon be available online, bringing the compelling and powerful stories of Indigenous athletes, coaches and builders to communities and classrooms across the province. “Posting the stories of these historic Indigenous leaders, coaches and athletes online helps honor their important …

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The BCP Council has introduced an innovation hub to reduce plastic on beaches

ONE million pounds are spent to dispose of litter from beaches in the BCP Council area. The figure was revealed during the release of a new report on local authorities’ sustainable approach to reducing plastic on the beach. The first of its kind, the report was commissioned by the BCP …

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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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10 of the most prestigious houses in the country currently on the market

Do you dream of a home that exudes opulence and sophistication? Then browse our list of the 10 best luxury homes on the market across the country. Hunters Hill Ready to claim one of the Hunters Hill Peninsula’s most expensive auctions, this contemporary waterfront home features Harbor Bridge and city …

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