Welcome To Poole http://welcometopoole.co.uk/ Fri, 23 Jul 2021 02:06:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Welcome To Poole http://welcometopoole.co.uk/ 32 32 What the Newspaper Say – July 23 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/what-the-newspaper-say-july-23/ https://welcometopoole.co.uk/what-the-newspaper-say-july-23/#respond Fri, 23 Jul 2021 01:04:58 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/what-the-newspaper-say-july-23/ The changes to the isolation rules are in the head of many Friday papers, in hopes the move will put a stop to the so-called pingemia.

Time writes that employees at supermarket depots will be exempt from quarantine if reported as contact of a Covid case, as ministers seek to avoid food shortages.

the I and Daily Express carry a similar story, with the newspaper claiming that hundreds of thousands of people will be able to avoid isolation if they are fully vaccinated and test negative every day.

Subway leads with the headline “Ping in the Army” writes that a deputy suggested that the armed forces could be used to fill supermarket shelves.

And the Daily To post carries calls from business leaders seeking to “save the UK from the crippling effects of pingemia”.

The Covid also leads The daily telegraph with a study suggesting that testing schoolchildren, rather than isolating school groups, is equally effective in stopping transmission.

The independent writes that the infection rate among people between the ages of 20 and 29 is at record levels.

While the Daily Star has a missing poster mockup for Education Secretary Gavin Williamson, claiming he “went missing early in the pandemic and has only been spotted a couple of times since.”

The Guardian leads with the backlash to the 3% pay hike for NHS staff, with the health department expected to find around £ 500million off the total bill.

A review of supply chain finance and the description of financier Lex Greensill’s relationship with government as “extraordinarily privileged” leads the Financial Time.

And the Daily Mirror carries an interview with the mother of Ben Needham, who disappeared in Kos 30 years ago.

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Driver acquitted of reckless driving after fatal crash with A35 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/driver-acquitted-of-reckless-driving-after-fatal-crash-with-a35/ https://welcometopoole.co.uk/driver-acquitted-of-reckless-driving-after-fatal-crash-with-a35/#respond Thu, 22 Jul 2021 23:10:00 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/driver-acquitted-of-reckless-driving-after-fatal-crash-with-a35/ A DRIVER was found not guilty of causing death by reckless driving following an accident on the A35 in which a grandfather died.

Fahd Baakza, 34, was driving a Nissan Micra when he drove to Bridport Picnic Area to find food on the evening of Wednesday, January 23, 2019.

Baakza drove on the A35 eastbound and maneuvered into a filter lane to turn right towards the site, also known as the Eype junction. The area has no street lighting or CCTV cameras.

He was behind an Audi Q3 turning at the same intersection. After the Audi driver made his way to the entrance to the picnic area, Baazka crossed the roadway and collided with Victor Samways’ Ford Fiesta, a court heard.

Victor Samways, 74, died in an accident on the A35 near Eype in January 2019. Photo: family document

Baakza’s Micra was thrown across the road.

After exiting his vehicle, Baakza attempted to attract the attention of an oncoming Volkswagen Transporter van to avoid another collision.

But the van struck Mr. Samways’ unlit vehicle on the westbound roadway.

Bournemouth Crown Court has learned that a truck driver who witnessed the crash described hearing a “loud bang” and likened the collision to the van “hitting a brick wall”. Mr. Samways, of Puncknowle, died at the scene.

Baakza, of Dorset Street, London, was tried at Bournemouth Crown Court after denying a charge of causing death by reckless or reckless driving.

Prosecutor Thomas Evans had argued that the headlights on Mr. Samways’ Fiesta were on and his vehicle was spotted on CCTV with its lights on at the Crown Roundabout, about a mile away.

Dorset Echo: Road closure on Crown Roundabout.  Photo: Bridport NewsRoad closure at the Crown roundabout. Photo: Bridport News

He previously described a theory that Mr. Samways was driving without lights on on a dark road as “absurd”.

A police investigation into the headlights of the Ford Fiesta concluded that due to the hot filament of the headlight bulbs, it was likely that they were on at the time of the first collision.

The Audi driver, called as a witness, confirmed that she was successful in the picnic area, but could not recall if there was oncoming traffic.

Defending Baakza, Nicholas Tucker questioned that the vehicle’s headlights were on and argued that this was the reason Baakza could not see Mr. Samways’ vehicle.

Dorset Echo: The collision site on the A35 near the entrance to the Bridport and Eype picnic area.  Image: GoogleThe site of the collision on the A35 near the entrance to the Bridport and Eype picnic area. Image: Google

Speaking to PC Edge at Dorset Police, he previously said: ‘Visibility of a car at night is usually aided by having the headlights on against a very dark background.

“Generally speaking, you could say that it would be easier to see an oncoming car at night.”

Baakza, who described himself as a “careful” driver, denied seeing Mr. Samways’ vehicle.

Forster J. summarized the evidence in which the jury had to consider and characterized the death of Mr. Victor Samways as “tragic”.

After two hours and 29 minutes of deliberation, the jury returned a verdict of not guilty.

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Vancouver’s Olympic cauldron to be relit on Friday to honor Canada at Tokyo 2020 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/vancouvers-olympic-cauldron-to-be-relit-on-friday-to-honor-canada-at-tokyo-2020/ https://welcometopoole.co.uk/vancouvers-olympic-cauldron-to-be-relit-on-friday-to-honor-canada-at-tokyo-2020/#respond Thu, 22 Jul 2021 18:59:00 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/vancouvers-olympic-cauldron-to-be-relit-on-friday-to-honor-canada-at-tokyo-2020/

As the Tokyo 2020 Olympics begin, Vancouver will do something special to honor the Canadian athletes who will compete for gold.

On July 23 at 6 p.m., a symbolic lighting of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic cauldron will be held in honor of Team Canada participating in the Tokyo 2020 and Paralympic Games.

Paralympic athlete Maryam Salehizadeh will be joined by Tourism Minister Melanie Mark and Ian Aikenhead, President of PavCo, at the Jack Poole Plaza.

The cauldron will also be lit on August 24 in honor of the athletes who will compete in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

The lighting is sponsored by FortisBC, which emphasizes that the gas used for the lights is 100% renewable natural gas, made from organic waste from the farm and landfills in British Columbia.

The lighting will last from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

“Carrying the maple leaf and representing Canada at the highest level on the international stage is one of the greatest feelings you can have. It has been a very difficult year during the pandemic, and it is with great pride and joy that I can share this adventure with my teammates, my family and the rest of the country, ”said Salehizadeh, who played goalball. for Team Canada.

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CPC names favorite candidate for Dorset Police Chief Constable https://welcometopoole.co.uk/cpc-names-favorite-candidate-for-dorset-police-chief-constable/ https://welcometopoole.co.uk/cpc-names-favorite-candidate-for-dorset-police-chief-constable/#respond Wed, 21 Jul 2021 13:43:32 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/cpc-names-favorite-candidate-for-dorset-police-chief-constable/ Deputy Chief Constable Scott Chilton has been named the preferred candidate for Chief Constable of Dorset Police.

The decision was announced by Police and Crime Commissioner David Sidwick, but will be subject to a confirmation hearing by the Dorset Police and Crime Committee on August 12.

If confirmed, he will reprise the role of James Vaughan, who announced his decision to withdraw from the Force earlier this year.

David Sidwick said: “I have come to know Scott well over the past few weeks since taking office as PCC and know he is an exceptional officer, who brings with him a wealth of experience. his long career as a police officer.

“The decision of the selection board was unanimous. He is absolutely the right person to lead the force into a new era and I look forward to working closely with him as I begin to implement my new policing and crime plan that will define how I am. intend to build on our successes, provide exceptional service and make Dorset the safest part of the country.

Scott was appointed Deputy Chief Constable last year, having served as Deputy Chief Constable (Crime, Criminal Justice and Intelligence) at the Hampshire Constabulary, where he was strategic responsible for all investigative teams, the custody, the wider criminal justice system and intelligence. His nomination as an MP was reportedly made against a wide range of candidates.

Deputy Chief Constable Scott Chilton said: ‘I am both honored and privileged to have been selected by the Commissioner of Police and Crime as the preferred candidate to be the next Chief Constable of Dorset Police. I look forward to appearing before the Police and Crime Panel on August 12th.

“As a police officer for 29 years, I know the dedication and commitment shown by our officers, staff and volunteers on a daily basis and I am honored to have the opportunity to lead Dorset Police as as chief of police.

“I look forward to working with the Police and Crime Commissioner to ensure that we continue to provide the best possible service to our communities in Dorset. ”


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Everton transfer news: Goalkeeper Asmir Begovic joins from Bournemouth | Football news https://welcometopoole.co.uk/everton-transfer-news-goalkeeper-asmir-begovic-joins-from-bournemouth-football-news/ https://welcometopoole.co.uk/everton-transfer-news-goalkeeper-asmir-begovic-joins-from-bournemouth-football-news/#respond Tue, 20 Jul 2021 18:11:15 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/everton-transfer-news-goalkeeper-asmir-begovic-joins-from-bournemouth-football-news/

Everton have finalized the signing of goalkeeper Asmir Begovic from Bournemouth on a first one-year contract.

The 34-year-old arrives for an undisclosed fee from the Bournemouth Championship squad, becoming Everton’s second summer signing following the arrival of Andros Townsend earlier on Tuesday.

The former Stoke and Chelsea stopper has signed a 12-month contract, with the club having the option of extending it for another year.

“When I first heard about the possibility of joining Everton, I was really excited,” Begovic said. evertontv.

“Opportunities like this don’t come up every day, so I’m honored and happy to be here.

“The ambition is to bring this club to where it belongs. We want to take up the challenge for these European places, challenge the trophies and be in this upper echelon of the league.”

Begovic will provide new Everton boss Rafael Benitez with a replacement for England number one Jordan Pickford, who enters the Premier League season full of confidence after a strong performance at the European Championships.

“Jordan (Pickford) is a world class goalkeeper,” added Begovic. “I think the goalkeeper group here is fantastic.

“We’re going to push each other every day and set these standards in training.

“I’m definitely here to compete (for a place) and to try to help this team in any way I can.”

Begovic, who made 63 international appearances for Bosnia and Herzegovina, made 252 Premier League appearances during his stint with Portsmouth, Stoke, Chelsea and Bournemouth.

He spent the 2019-20 season on loan at AC Milan before returning to Bournemouth last season, making 51 appearances as the club reached the play-offs.

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Why it is so hot in Dorset amid ‘extreme heat’ weather warning https://welcometopoole.co.uk/why-it-is-so-hot-in-dorset-amid-extreme-heat-weather-warning/ https://welcometopoole.co.uk/why-it-is-so-hot-in-dorset-amid-extreme-heat-weather-warning/#respond Tue, 20 Jul 2021 16:26:24 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/why-it-is-so-hot-in-dorset-amid-extreme-heat-weather-warning/ Weather trends could be the reason Dorset is enjoying a heatwave – as the county suffers an amber weather warning for ‘extreme heat’.

Dorset and parts of the country have seen temperatures reaching as high as 20 degrees Celsius in recent days, with warm weather continuing throughout this week.

As a result, the Met Office issued its first-ever amber weather warning for extreme heat, which covers the southwest, between 4 p.m. on Monday, July 19 and 11:59 p.m. on Thursday (July 22).

Meteorologists warn that “high temperatures both day and night will continue this week, causing impacts on public health.”

During this heat wave, the Met Office warns that people vulnerable to extreme heat are likely to experience “adverse health effects,” while people are likely to experience sunburn or heat exhaustion as a result. hot temperatures.

The Met Office issued its first-ever amber weather warning for extreme heat, which covers the southwest, between 4 p.m. on Monday, July 19 and 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, July 22.

Due to the fact that people are more likely to visit coastal areas, lakes and rivers which will lead to an increased risk of water safety incidents and people are advised to stay safe and stay hydrated.

As Dorset experiences humid weather and sleepless nights, the Met Office says this heat wave will not last too long and will likely end this week.

Stephen Dixon, spokesman for the Met Office, explained that the hotter-than-expected temperatures could be due to “a weather pattern which has forced warmer conditions to the west of the UK”.

He said: “The average maximum temperature in July for Dorset is 21 ° C, so recent warm weather has regularly eclipsed that value.

“Current weather conditions have forced the west of the UK into warmer conditions, while the south-east normally takes maximum advantage of the heat.

“This means places like Dorset, the South West, Wales and Northern Ireland have seen temperatures well above what the average would normally be for the time of year.

“The orange extreme heat warning is in effect for the Dorset region until Thursday evening, with temperatures likely to continue to be steadily in the 20’s and 30’s at most.

“That, coupled with stubbornly high nighttime temperatures, will mean things will be pretty uncomfortable for the most part for the next few days, with potential health impacts.”

Mr Dixon noted that temperatures are expected to drop “slightly” around the weekend with the risk of rain showers and even thunderstorms.

An early forecast from the Met Office shows rain showers are expected on Saturday (July 24) with a few thunderstorms around Sunday noon (July 25) in Dorset including Weymouth, Bridport, Blandford Forum, Gillingham and Bournemouth.

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He added: “Temperatures are expected to cool slightly as the weekend approaches and more volatile conditions are expected to arrive in the southwest from Friday late to Saturday, bringing more persistent rains.

“Over the longer term, although it is more uncertain, it is possible that more stable conditions will return in August, although there is a continued risk of a few showers and longer periods of rain.

“It is too far away to consider the possibility of other official heat waves in the forecast.”

What to expect during an orange weather warning

  • Adverse health effects are likely to be experienced by those vulnerable to extreme heat
  • The general population is susceptible to adverse health effects, including sunburn or heat exhaustion (dehydration, nausea, fatigue) and other heat-related illnesses.
  • More people are likely to visit coastal areas, lakes and rivers, increasing the risk of water safety incidents
  • Some changes in work practices and daily routines that may be necessary
  • An increased risk of some heat-sensitive systems and equipment failing, resulting in power outages and loss of other services for some homes and businesses
  • Some delays in road, rail and air transport are possible, with the potential for welfare problems for those who experience prolonged delays

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Nick Cave and Warren Ellis announce 2021 UK tour https://welcometopoole.co.uk/nick-cave-and-warren-ellis-announce-2021-uk-tour/ https://welcometopoole.co.uk/nick-cave-and-warren-ellis-announce-2021-uk-tour/#respond Tue, 20 Jul 2021 09:00:15 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/nick-cave-and-warren-ellis-announce-2021-uk-tour/

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The musical duo will perform in support of the latest Carnage album

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis have announced a huge UK tour for 2021. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday 23 July.

The tour comes in support of their critically acclaimed album Carnage, released in February. Usually working together as part of the Bad Seeds, this is the first time the duo have released an entire album of new material credited only to Cave & Ellis, outside of their prolific career in film scores.

Created over a period of a few weeks during the lockdown, Ellis said of the album, “Making Carnage was an accelerated process of intense creativity. All eight songs were there in one form or another for the first two and a half days.

Cave passed the lockdown in a generally prolific fashion, kicking off the 24-hour YouTube stream Teevee Bad Seeds and a Nick Cave-themed paraphernalia online store, Cave things. He also continued Red hand files, his regular email correspondence with fans, and released a special performance of his songs in a deserted concert hall, Silly Prayer: Nick Cave alone at Alexandra Palace.

Performance dates of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis in the UK in 2022:
Thursday September 2 – Lighthouse, Poole
Saturday September 4 – Fairfield Halls, Croydon
Sunday September 5th – Aylesbury Waterside Theater
Tuesday September 7 – Regent Theater, Stoke-on-Trent
Wednesday September 8 – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Friday September 10 – Blackpool Opera House
Sunday September 12 – Regent Theater, Ipswich
Tuesday September 14 – New Theater, Oxford
Wednesday September 15 – St George’s Hall, Bradford
Friday September 17th – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Monday September 20 – Edinburgh Playhouse
Thursday 23 September – Sheffield Town Hall
Friday September 24 – Sage, Gateshead
Monday September 27 – Liverpool Philharmonic
Wednesday September 29 – Stockton Globe, Stockton-on-Tees
Friday October 1 – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
Saturday October 2 – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Wednesday October 6 – Royal Albert Hall, London
Thursday October 7 – Royal Albert Hall, London
Sunday October 10 – Brighton Dome

Tickets for the performances of Nick Cave & Warren Ellis go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday July 23.

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Chinese-Canadian pop singer Kris Wu loses support over scandal https://welcometopoole.co.uk/chinese-canadian-pop-singer-kris-wu-loses-support-over-scandal/ https://welcometopoole.co.uk/chinese-canadian-pop-singer-kris-wu-loses-support-over-scandal/#respond Tue, 20 Jul 2021 08:56:08 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/chinese-canadian-pop-singer-kris-wu-loses-support-over-scandal/

Popular Chinese-Canadian singer Kris Wu has lost approval and other deals with at least 10 brands, including Porsche and Bulgari, after a teenager accused him of having sex with her while ‘she was drunk.

The former member of Korean boy group EXO has denied the accusation, prompting a wave of favorable comments about the woman online and criticism from Wu.

“There was no ‘groupie sex’! There was no “minor”! Wu said on his social media account, which has 52 million followers.

“If there was that sort of thing, please relax everyone, I would go to jail!”

The backlash after the accusation appeared on the NetEase internet portal reflects the growing willingness of Chinese women to speak out against abuse in a male-dominated society.

The brands cut ties with Wu the very next day.

They are extremely sensitive to public opinion after the ruling Communist Party sparked anger at shoe and clothing brands in retaliation for Western reports of human rights violations in the predominantly Muslim region of Xinjiang, China. North West.

In addition to Porsche and Bulgari, brands such as Tuborg Beer and the Chinese Tencent Video and Master Kong Ice Tea have abandoned the endorsement, appearance and other deals with Wu.

Lancôme said his contract with Wu ended last month.

Singer Kris Wu, center (AP)

Louis Vuitton said it suspended a contract with Wu.

Some comments on websites criticized the company for not giving up on it straight away.

The woman told NetEase that at 17, Wu had encouraged her to drink too much at a party and woke up in her bed.

“I hate it so much that my teeth are itching,” she reportedly said.

“I hate myself even more, I hate him so much that I want to kill myself.”

The woman said other women told her Wu seduced them, sometimes when they were under 18, with promises of jobs and other opportunities.

There was no indication that the Chinese were under the age of 14 or that Wu was facing charges of criminal misconduct.

“Get out of China,” said a comment left under Wu’s social media post.

Wu, known in Chinese as Wu Yifan, grew up in Guangzhou in southern China and Vancouver, British Columbia.

He played with EXO in 2012-14 and went on to launch a solo career.

As an actor, he appeared in XXX: Return Of Xander Cage in 2017 and in two Chinese box office hits, Mr Six and Journey To The West: The Demons Strike Back.

Wu, 30, and the woman said they asked the police to investigate.

Wu said he waited to respond publicly to avoid interfering with a lawsuit.

Wu wrote that he met the woman at a meeting of friends on December 5, 2020, but “I didn’t force her to drink” and “there weren’t those kinds of” details “that ‘she describes”.

“I didn’t expect my silence to encourage these rumors, and I couldn’t stand it!” Wu wrote.

“There were a lot of people there that day who can testify. “

In March, the ruling party targeted H&M, Nike and other global brands over past concerns over reports of forced labor in Xinjiang, where foreign governments say more than a million people have been confined in detention camps.

State television called for a boycott of H&M, causing sales to drop in China.

Other official media have criticized Adidas, Nike, Zara, Burberry and New Balance.

More than 30 Chinese singers and actors have withdrawn from sponsorship deals with H&M, Nike and Adidas.

The ruling party claims credit for improving the status of women in China, but has tried to suppress the “#MeToo” movement as a potential source of political unrest.

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Taunton Raynham Dighton Berkley Real Estate Sale June 21-25 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/taunton-raynham-dighton-berkley-real-estate-sale-june-21-25/ https://welcometopoole.co.uk/taunton-raynham-dighton-berkley-real-estate-sale-june-21-25/#respond Tue, 20 Jul 2021 08:04:12 +0000 https://welcometopoole.co.uk/taunton-raynham-dighton-berkley-real-estate-sale-june-21-25/

TAUNTON – So how does the high demand, low inventory housing market play out in terms of price in the Taunton area?

Here is your chance to find out.

Starting this week, the Taunton Daily Gazette is releasing a new feature to help readers keep tabs on local house prices, with sales and data provided by The Warren Group, a publisher of real estate and mortgage data based in Massachusetts. The Warren Group obtains its information from publicly recorded real estate transactions in each city. The Gazette receives the information a few weeks after its public registration.

Single-family homes aren’t the only ones listed. Also included are multi-family homes, vacant lots, and commercial and industrial buildings and properties.

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After:Taunton helps seniors stay at home

This new online feature of the Taunton Daily Gazette will not be available to subscribers until August. If you haven’t already subscribed, now is a great time to sign up: the cost is only $ 1 for the first six months. The data will also appear in the Friday print editions of the Gazette.

This 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2,078 square foot home on the Taunton River at 513 Berkley St, Berkley, sold on 6/24/2021 for $ 763,000.


To Spada, Kori and Spada, Richard; de Vesey, Robert P and Vesey, Deborah A; 15 Crabapple Dr, Berkley, 6/23/2021, for $ 530,000.

At Norcott, Robert B and Norcott, Jessica; of Curral, Jennie and Moniz, Franklin; 73 Sanford St, Berkley, 6/23/2021, for $ 449,900.

To Nagle, Carol; de Côté, Cheryl L and Côté, Ronald; 513 Berkley St, Berkley, 6/24/2021, for $ 763,000.

This 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2,084 square foot home located at 218 Chase St, Dighton, sold on 6/24/2021 for $ 420,000.


In Pacheco-Mendonca, Steven; of Pires Jr, Dennis M and Pires, Jennifer K; 2143 Elm St, Dighton, 6/21/2021, for $ 410,000.

In Fitzgerald, Marie; of Carpenter, Chad and Carpenter, Jessica; 1520 Smith St, Dighton, 6/21/2021, for $ 600,000.

To Devito, Danile; of Leach, Alan S and Leach, Barbara; 494 Tremont St, Dighton, 6/22/2021, for $ 310,000.

To Legacy North Prop Inc; de Verrier, Marydanielle A; 3423 Sharps Lot Rd, Dighton, 6/22/2021, for $ 326,000.