Welcome To Poole http://welcometopoole.co.uk/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 04:02:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Welcome To Poole http://welcometopoole.co.uk/ 32 32 Kenwood Travel blocks payments… https://welcometopoole.co.uk/kenwood-travel-blocks-payments/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 17:18:22 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/kenwood-travel-blocks-payments/

by Aidan Poole

Payment orchestration specialist BR-DGE has entered into an agreement with Kenwood Travel, a British luxury tour operator, to meet the growing demand for international travel.

The agreement provides Kenwood Travel with payment orchestration technology for seamless online payment and the BR-DGE platform of more than 300 payment and technology providers through one point of integration.

OTAs and airlines continue to struggle, including failed payments and cart abandonment rates, with BR-DGE research suggesting that more than 13.4% of online transactions in the travel, of tourism and recreation are failing.

The company has worked with Kenwood Travel to improve the checkout process, ensuring customers have a frictionless experience with a wide range of payment options.

BR-DGE’s platform reduces payment failures and meets the needs of the travel industry by connecting the fragmented payment ecosystem.

As part of the combination, Kenwood Travel will benefit from a dual acquisition, which spreads payment risk and ensures business resilience.

Overloading corporate cards with workflows will further increase authorization and optimize operational costs for the UK tour operator.

Emily Whalley, Senior Travel Specialist at BR-DGE, said, “Kenwood Travel has a proven track record of delivering a first-class vacation experience and the best the industry has to offer in luxury travel.

“After the pandemic, holidaymakers and passengers are increasingly looking for more flexibility, choice and personalization in the customer journey and at checkout.

“We are excited to bring our payments orchestration technology to Kenwood Travel so they can meet this demand and deliver a first-class, end-to-end payment experience that caters to their luxury vacation customers. .”

Niranjan Manivasagam, IT and Operations Director at Kenwood Travel, said, “Kenwood Travel is delighted to announce that we have now partnered with BR-DGE, a premium technology, providing our customers with a better payment experience.

Integrating BR-DGE is a simple process that enables travel providers to innovate at scale, the brand said.

Bournemouth release Newcastle ticket allocation – Good news https://welcometopoole.co.uk/bournemouth-release-newcastle-ticket-allocation-good-news/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 16:19:10 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/bournemouth-release-newcastle-ticket-allocation-good-news/

Bournemouth are the team that will provide the next competitive opposition for Newcastle United.

A League Cup fourth round match at St James’ Park on Wednesday December 21, 29 days away.

Bournemouth have now revealed their ticket allocation for the match.

Official announcement from Bournemouth – 22nd November 2022:

“Ticket details have been released for our Carabao Cup fourth round at Newcastle United.

The Cherries travel to St James Park on Wednesday December 21, with a 7.45pm kick-off scheduled for our first game after the World Cup break.

We received an allocation of 1,079 tickets from the host club.

Good news, because that means we’re going to see over 51,000 Newcastle fans inside St James’ Park supporting the team in hopefully the last eight of the competition.

For Newcastle United fans, tickets for this Bournemouth game have gone on sale to season ticket holders (outside tier 7) allowing them to purchase their own seats from 10am on Thursday 17 November.

Then Tier 7 season ticket holders were able to purchase their own seats for Newcastle v Bournemouth from 10am this morning (Tuesday 22 November).

The official NUFC ticketing site now says that from 10am this Friday, November 25, all season ticket holders and members can purchase up to four matches each for this Bournemouth Cup game.

Then general online sale starting at 10 a.m. next Tuesday (November 29), again a maximum of four per person.

Ticket sales information for Newcastle v Leeds (kick-off 3pm on Saturday 31 December 2022):

On sale to Subscribers/Members from 10 a.m. on Thursday 24 November. Online sale only, one ticket per subscription.

Then general sale online from Thursday December 1st 10 am (if there are any left…), a prior purchase history would be necessary.

For Newcastle v Fulham tickets (match to be played on Sunday 15th January 2023 with kick off at 2pm)

On sale to Subscribers/Members from 10 a.m. on Tuesday, December 6. Online sale only, one ticket per subscription.

Then general sale online from Tuesday, December 20, 10 a.m. (if there are any left…).

(Tickets are also currently on general sale online for the Rayo Vallecano friendly match, which kicks off at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday 17

Go HERE to see all the info on the official NUFC ticketing site.

Newcastle United match and live TV schedule confirmed until end of January 2022:

Saturday 17 December 2022 Newcastle – Rayo Vallecano (12:30 p.m.) Friendly

Wednesday 21 December 2022 Newcastle – Bournemouth (7.45pm) League Cup Fourth Round

Monday December 26, 2022 – Leicester v Newcastle (3pm) Amazon Prime

Saturday 31 December 2022 – Newcastle v Leeds (3pm)

Tuesday 3 January 2022 – Arsenal v Newcastle (8pm) Sky Sports

Sunday 15 January 2023 – Newcastle v Fulham (2pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 21 January 2023 – Crystal Palace v Newcastle (5.30pm) Sky Sports

]]> Former CEO of Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group joins palliative care charity as board trustee https://welcometopoole.co.uk/former-ceo-of-dorset-clinical-commissioning-group-joins-palliative-care-charity-as-board-trustee/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 00:51:54 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/former-ceo-of-dorset-clinical-commissioning-group-joins-palliative-care-charity-as-board-trustee/

A former chief executive of the Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group has joined Lewis-Manning Hospice Care as a board trustee.

Tim Goodson has extensive experience in the healthcare industry.

He is an experienced NHS Board Member, System Manager, Company Director and a qualified CCAB Accountant with experience providing support and advice to Boards.

Tim led a transformational review of clinical services attracting capital investment and was responsible for a £1.6 billion healthcare delivery budget.

A former Finance Director, he is currently Managing Director of the Dorset GP Alliance, having been CEO of the Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group for nine years and System Manager of the Dorset Integrated Care System for four years.

Clare Gallie, CEO of Lewis-Manning Hospice Care, said: “It is an incredible honor to have Tim join us and we are delighted that he has chosen our charity to come as a volunteer and serve on the board. administration.

“He has extensive in-depth knowledge and experience of the health sector in Dorset, working with commissioning bodies and local GPs.

“We believe his guidance and support will be invaluable in our delivery of exceptional palliative care in our community for years to come.”

Tim said: “I’m really looking forward to working with Lewis-Manning.

“It’s such a great charity and a very worthy cause, which touches us all in one way or another.

“The hospice provides invaluable support and comfort during difficult times in people’s lives.

“Hopefully I can bring my experience to the table and deepen the services she provides.”

]]> 3 property bargains you might find at auction in the Bournemouth area https://welcometopoole.co.uk/3-property-bargains-you-might-find-at-auction-in-the-bournemouth-area/ Sun, 20 Nov 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/3-property-bargains-you-might-find-at-auction-in-the-bournemouth-area/

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Finding homes in the Bournemouth area can be a tricky task, particularly with house prices rising almost continuously.

Sites like Rightmove and Zoopla are popular for checking out potential options, but they’re not the only way to go.

Checking out properties that are about to go up for auction could help you get a good price for your next home.

Here are a few that are due to go on sale in the Bournemouth area over the next few weeks that you could get your hands on.

Apartment in Donoughmore Road

Bournemouth Echo: Apartment 2 at 16 Donoughmore Road

Apartment 2 at 16 Donoughmore Road (Image: Google Street View)

Address: Apartment 2, 16 Donoughmore Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth, BH1 4HG

price guide: £100,000

A first floor two bedroom apartment in Boscombe is up for auction and is currently let on an insured short term rental agreement.

It contains a “spacious” living room, a separate kitchen, a bathroom and a double bedroom and a single bedroom.

Additionally, it has off-road parking to the front and a shared rear garden.

The auction for this property takes place online from 10 a.m. on Wednesday, November 30.

See the full list on the Town & Country Property Auctions South website here.

Detached house in Alma Road

Bournemouth Echo: The Alma Road House

Bournemouth Echo: The Alma Road House

Alma Road House (Image: Google Street View)

Address: 18 Alma Road, Bournemouth, BH9 1AN

price guide: £325,000

This four bedroom detached house in Alma Road is up for auction.

It is described as being “within easy reach” of the main streets of Winton and Charminster, as well as a large rear garden.

The auction is taking place online and ends at noon on Tuesday, November 29. See the full list on the IAmSold website here.

READ MORE: Take a look inside Poole‘s most popular house on Zoopla

READ MORE: Bournemouth’s most expensive streets revealed

Apartment in Cour Tollard

Echo of Bournemouth: Tollard Court

Echo of Bournemouth: Tollard Court

Court of Tollard (Image: Google Street View)

Address: Apartment 23/A, Tollard Court, West Hill Road, Bournemouth, BH2 5EH

Starting price: £140,000

A flat in Tollard Court is up for auction, located on top of a cliff not far from the town centre.

On its page, it says the apartment has been “completely renovated” with an “ultra modern” kitchen with built-in appliances and a “futuristic” shower room.

The auction is taking place online and ends at noon on Thursday, November 24. See the full list on the IAmSold website here.

Drivers warned of £5,000 fines ahead of Qatar World Cup https://welcometopoole.co.uk/drivers-warned-of-5000-fines-ahead-of-qatar-world-cup/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 05:02:34 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/drivers-warned-of-5000-fines-ahead-of-qatar-world-cup/ Football fans getting excited about the World Cup in Qatar are being warned not to get carried away behind the wheel or they could face fines of up to £5,000.

The host nations are preparing for their opening matches at the World Cup, with the tournament due to start this weekend when Qatar take on Ecuador on Sunday afternoon.

But as excitement mounts, drivers have been warned playing classic football anthems while driving could result in hefty fines. The warning comes from Lotus Car Rental.

Singing loudly, dancing in your seat and being too excited behind the wheel could put you at risk of being distracted from your concentration on the road. Evidence of distraction prior to an accident could result in prosecution or dangerous driving or driving without care or attention.

Lotus Car Rental CEO Alexander Haraldsson said: “As we saw last year at Euro 2020, the outpouring of support from English fans across the country has been incredible and as we As we approach the start of the World Cup, the excitement is already starting to build. build for the tournament.

“While it may be tempting to crank up the volume of your favorite English tracks in the car, it’s essential to make sure you’re fully focused on the road when driving. By maintaining your focus, you’ll avoid increasing risk of accident, as well as a heavy fine.

“While you cannot be arrested for playing loud music, if the police believe it is causing a distraction such as blocking out other road users’ audible safety warnings such as their horns or an ambulance siren , they can penalize you.”

Although the warning is aimed at England fans, Wales fans will also be in good spirits with the national team appearing in the tournament for the first time since 1958. So it may be wise to avoid playing Yma o Hyd in your car for the next few weeks.

Richard Drax criticizes Jeremy Hunt’s fall statement https://welcometopoole.co.uk/richard-drax-criticizes-jeremy-hunts-fall-statement/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/richard-drax-criticizes-jeremy-hunts-fall-statement/ Jeremy Hunt’s autumn statement was criticized by one of Dorset’s Tory MPs.

South Dorset MP Richard Drax has warned of the government and opposition ‘promising to spend billions’ of extra pounds.

Mr Drax told the Commons: “I have immense sympathy for my right hon. friend, we are facing serious financial difficulties for the reasons he has explained so well.

“But both sides of the House are promising to spend billions and billions of pounds more. Can I just remind the House that it is the private sector and hard working people, through their taxes, that pay for government spending?

“So, will my right honorable friend agree with me that raising taxes on both risks risks stifling the growth and productivity that he and I both want?”

Mr Hunt replied: ‘He is right to argue for a vibrant lightly taxed economy and I would like to lower taxes from where they are now.

“I think we are faced with the need to do something quickly to restore sound currency and bring inflation down to 11%, which is why we made some tough decisions today, but yes, he absolutely has reason, there is no future for this country unless we get back on the path to a less taxed economy.

Awards for Bournemouth Coastal BID https://welcometopoole.co.uk/awards-for-bournemouth-coastal-bid/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 12:10:33 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/awards-for-bournemouth-coastal-bid/

A Boscombe innovation has helped Bournemouth Coastal BID win two awards, including the coveted ‘Place Management’ title at the British BID Awards.

Boscombe’s huge spotlight was the move that wowed the judges and saw 19 other entries that made it to the shortlist.

It was the country’s first permanent 3D map projection system on a main street in the UK and came to life earlier this year.

Animated images are sent from the top of the Sovereign Center to the building opposite, an area of ​​nearly 200 square meters.

The facility is used to promote events and also give exposure to local artists and schools. It has been supported by the Bournemouth Towns Fund and has become a fixture in the center of Boscombe.

Earlier this year, taxpayers voted to keep the Bournemouth Coastal BID running for another five years.

The second award he recently won was a ‘Silver’ award in the Industry Support category at the 2022 DMB Tourism Awards for Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.

Fiona McArthur, Head of BID, said: “Winning the trophy at the British BID Awards is the result of the hard work of our team and all of our taxpayers. We beat big places like Leicester and Wolverhampton and every BID in the country was able to enter – and there are almost 300.

“We represent the coastal area between Pokesdown and Westbourne and our aim is to improve all of these places with a variety of projects. The spotlight was one such initiative and it really stood out and became a talking point at Boscombe and attracted many visitors.

“Watch out for other displays on the giant screen as Christmas approaches.

“It was also a real pleasure to win a silver medal in the Industry Support category at the 2022 DMB Tourism Awards for Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.”

Pediatricians call for more federal aid to fight RSV wave | app https://welcometopoole.co.uk/pediatricians-call-for-more-federal-aid-to-fight-rsv-wave-app/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 18:47:13 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/pediatricians-call-for-more-federal-aid-to-fight-rsv-wave-app/

WASHINGTON — After two winters spent masked and 6 feet away, pediatric respiratory viruses have returned with a vengeance, and pediatric hospitals, ER doctors and pediatricians are pressuring Congress and the Biden administration to provide more support .

Children’s hospitals deal with a wave of respiratory syncytial virus, also known as RSV, every year. But this year, the RSV wave is more like a tsunami, as COVID-19 mitigation measures have reduced many children’s immunity. For most children, RSV is mild and does not require hospitalization, but it can be serious, especially in infants and toddlers. There is no vaccine.

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Sunak vows to support allies as Russian-made missiles hit Poland https://welcometopoole.co.uk/sunak-vows-to-support-allies-as-russian-made-missiles-hit-poland/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 07:45:03 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/sunak-vows-to-support-allies-as-russian-made-missiles-hit-poland/ Rishi Sunak said Britain would “support our allies” but said it was “unlikely” Russia fired a missile that killed two people in Poland on Tuesday.

The prime minister’s comments came as Joe Biden pledged US support for Poland, with US intelligence suggesting the missile was fired by Ukrainian forces at an incoming Russian missile.

The prime minister took part in an emergency morning meeting over the incident at the G20 summit in Bali.

He was pictured sitting next to the US president, who convened the roundtable of like-minded G7 and NATO leaders.

French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Canadian Justin Trudeau, Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel of the European Commission and European Council, respectively, the Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte were also gathered in the room.

In an official record of the meeting, released by the European Union, the leaders said they had agreed to offer their “full support and assistance to Poland’s ongoing investigation”, while reaffirming their “unwavering support for Ukraine and the Ukrainian people in the face of ongoing Russian aggression”.

It comes as Mr Biden held a call with Polish President Andrzej Duda, during which the American “offered the full support and assistance of the United States to Poland’s investigation”.

The Prime Minister, who is currently at the G20 in Bali with other world leaders, said he had spoken to Foreign Secretary James Cleverly and Defense Secretary Ben Wallace about the incident.

Mr Sunak also spoke with Mr Duda and ‘reiterated UK solidarity’ with the country and ‘expressed condolences for the victims and their families’.

He tweeted: “We are urgently reviewing reports of a missile strike in Poland and will support our allies as they establish what happened.

“We are also coordinating with our international partners, including NATO.”

According to Downing Street, Mr Sunak offered Poland “all necessary assistance to establish as a matter of urgency what happened”.

“Leaders agreed to stay in close contact and continue to coordinate with our international partners, including NATO allies, on next steps,” a spokesperson said.

So far, little information is known about the incident, but it has already raised concerns in Ukraine and among the war-torn nation’s allies in Europe and beyond.

The Polish Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday evening that a Russian-made missile fell in eastern Poland and killed two people.

Shop locally with free parking before Christmas https://welcometopoole.co.uk/shop-locally-with-free-parking-before-christmas/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 14:42:18 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/shop-locally-with-free-parking-before-christmas/

There will be free parking on certain days at the end of November and December in selected car parks in the Dorset Council area.

To encourage residents to support local businesses by shopping locally and attending events, free parking will be available on Small Business Saturdays which takes place on December 3 of this year.

Dorset Council offers free parking on the first Saturday in December at: Beaminster, Blandford, Bridport, Dorchester, Gillingham, Lyme Regis, Shaftesbury, Sherborne, Sturminster Newton, Wareham, Weymouth and Wimborne.

Free parking will also be available in car parks run by Dorset Council on various other dates in the run up to Christmas. Details of car parks and dates can be found on the council’s Christmas car park webpages.

Councilor Ray Bryan, Portfolio Holder for Highways, Travel and the Environment said: “Shopping locally is a great way to cut mileage and support Dorset’s superb range of local businesses.

“For something different, why not take a look at what our fabulous independent businesses have to offer and shop locally this year.”

Other providers, such as town halls, may also offer free parking in the run-up to Christmas. Drivers are therefore encouraged to consult the pricing boards / ticket machines in the car park for more details.

Important Information

If drivers normally use an online service to pay for their parking, they should check the car park’s pricing boards/ticket machines for free parking details. If free parking is advertised that day, they don’t need to buy a ticket online.

Street parking fees and private parking fees will continue to apply.

Small Business Saturday is a non-commercial community campaign that highlights small business success and encourages consumers to “buy local” and support small businesses in their communities.