Always lot's to do in Boscombe!

It?s getting colder...keep warm this weekend by going along to all these events!

Dont forget to let me know about your events!

Lisa Northover

St Clement?s Church, Bournemouth: Open Day

Heritage Open Day: St Clement?s is a Grade 1 listed building designed by the architect Seddings. Conducted visits up the tower, music and drama performances and a display of vestments throughout the day. Refreshments available. Sat 12 Sep:1000-1700. Free Entry.

Boscombe Community Fair 14th Boscombe Community Fair over the weekend of September 11-13 in Kings Park. a full programme of events, music, theatre, art gallery, kids activities, arena events ? including the famous Boscombe Dogs Show

Parking refund scheme Boscombe is about to become the only part of BOurnemouth to have a parking refund scheme. Shoppers will be able to claim a refund from participating stores

Bridge closure Ashley Rd You may be aware that the bridge in Ashley Rd is due to be replaces over the coming weeks. alternative routes and schemes including park and ride should be in place to help residents over this time. more details will follow.

Over 18, not in work, and like football? Football Futures is a free course held on Thursdays and Fridays at Dean Court Stadium. The courses starts on October 1st and is a 2 day a week, 12 week course to gain: recognised qualifications, FA Level 1 coaching certificate, First Aid Certificate, Computer Training, Workshops- CV's etc, Guest Speakers and a Free Kit!

Tours and insight into behind the scenes working of a professional football club. For further information or an application form please contact Steve Cuss, head of Community Sports Trust on 01202 726342 or 07973 893594 email or Russell Beardsmore on 01202 726312. Applications need to be returned to AFC Bournenmouth Community Sports Trust before Thursday 24th September 2009.

The Bournemouth Natural Science Society will be holding its annual Open Days
over the weekend of 12th / 13th September. This is an opportunity to look round this beautiful 1880 listed building and view the amazing collections accrued by the Society during its 106 years of existence. There will be eight rooms packed with wondrous specimens from our Egyptian mummy to Dinosaur footprints. This includes special exhibits in the main hall. Experts will be on hand to explain the exhibits and discuss related items. The beautiful garden will also be open.

Times: 10.30 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. Entrance is free (although donations would be appreciated).

Refreshments are available. A bargain membership offer is available to visitors. Limited disabled access. Some car-parking. Children must be accompanied by responsible adults, please. No dogs.

The building is near Derby Road bus stop at 39 Christchurch Road, just a 10 minute walk from Bournemouth rail station.

Springbourne Fire Station open day 11-2

"Life of Vivaldi" with Kieron Maguire's monologue read by William Oxer. Music by Vivaldi including Winter, concerto for 2 violins, concerto for violin in A minor. Tuesday September 15th 7.30pm. Church Free programme, free parking, children free, disabled free. Interval refreshments Reservations by e mail to or telephone 01202 399114

Chaplins music:11th Dubcatz followed by DJ Andy Razz 12 till late 12th DJ Andy Razz followed by Mr Lively DJ till late 13th Sunday Sessions 14th Chess and Board games plus lots more

For more events in Boscombe see

Police Neighbourhood Information Centre, The Sovereign Centre, Boscombe Every Thursday, 2.30pm - 3.30pm Every Saturday, 2.30 pm - 3.30 pm

Police Street Corner Meetings Keverstone Court 16 September 2009, 7.00 pm St John's Road 16 September 2009, 7.00 pm

Empty Homes find out more about reporting empty homes

To report local problems see Fix My Street

Boscombe and Springbourne Health Centre is open 8am until 8pm, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. Appointments can either be pre-booked by phone (01202 727969) for registered patients; or urgent walk-in appointments are available throughout the opening times by coming to the health centre. The Centre is at 11 Shelley Rd Boscombehe

Butterfly Foundation works with male and female survivors towards raising awareness of domestic abuse. The Foundation encourages members to access their creativity and express their emotions and experiences through visual arts and drama. The members are committed to breaking the ?taboo? surrounding domestic abuse and have attended self-esteem workshops to aid their recovery.

Current Planning Applications for Boscombe West (For other area's see Bournemouth Council Planning)



Honeycombe Beach

Erection of a temporary concierge office - Existing unauthorised structure



630 Christchurch Road

Erection of an externally illuminated fascia sign and an internally illuminated automated telling machine sign



7-7A Churchill Road

Formation of dormer window



552-556 Christchurch Road

Erection of 4 externally illuminated fascia signs and 2 internally illuminated projecting box signs



552-556 Christchurch Road

Alterations to elevations of premises



7-8 Undercliff Road

Alterations and extension to premises to form additional flat



Flat 5 31 Boscombe Spa Road

Alterations and erection of a balcony and balustrading



81 Palmerston Road

Alterations and change of use of shop to flat with bin and cycle store



2-4 Adeline Road

Erection of a 2/3 storey block of 14 flats with bin and cycle stores and formation of vehicular access and parking spaces



35 Florence Road

Erection of a conservatory



4 Cecil Road

Alterations and extensions to form 2 additional self contained flats, formation of new vehicular access and parking spaces



R/o 94-96 Palmerston Road

Erection of 2 Dwellinghouses



Abbeyfield 3 Carysfort Road

Pruning of two Limes




23 Gladstone Road West

Erection of two dwellinghouses with cycle store



42-44 Palmerston Road

Alterations, extensions and conversion of premises into 10 flats with bin and cycle stores

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