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Spines in space

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Hot on the heels of Tim Peake’s mission to the International Space Station a local healthcare institution now is collaborating on its own mission that could impact the future of space travel as we know it. The Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) are to collaborate in a European Space Agency project lead by scientists at […]

Put on some make up and be nice to a breastfeeding mother

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There is a thing on facebook at the moment where you nominate a friend to put up a picture of themselves wearing no make up. It is supposed to raise awareness of breast cancer. Just like  telling people what colour knickers you are wearing, or where your handbag is. Will this raise awareness? maybe. Raise […]

‘Look Out’ campaign urges road users to cycle safely and drive carefully in Bournemouth

 A town wide public safety message is hitting Bournemouth next week (4 November), reminding motorists and cyclists to ‘Look Out’ for each other. As part of the Council’s Getting About travel awareness programme, the ‘Look Out’ campaign aims to promote safer cycling in the town by encouraging road users to respect each other’s needs. Brightly […]

R &R boxing academy – fighting fit, five years on

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By Gerald Gilbert Something positive and productive has-been going on in a little known venue in the heart of Boscombe. The ‘R &R boxing  academy  run by 44 year old Roger Dorway has been successfully taking young men and sometimes women off the streets and away from a life of crime and addiction. The club […]

AECC ensure Cherries are match fit

Tom (2nd from left) and Dayne (3rd from left) posing with the AFCB team

On Sunday 21st, AFC Bournemouth took to the pitch at Goldsands Stadium to play giants Real Madrid. The visitors won and put on an excellent show, winning 6-0 during the friendly. Despite the defeat manager Howe delighted in the occasion that epitomises the remarkable turnaround in Bournemouth’s fortunes. Less than five years ago, Cherries were […]

Cancer and end-of-life care – The big ask

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Dorset’s healthcare organisations joined forces to launch the big ask survey in June, giving local residents the chance to have their say on health care across the county. A key area of care in Dorset is cancer and end-of-life care, which is one of Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group’s six clinical priorities. Poole Hospital is home […]

Inspiration from Bali

John John Florence: 10 Point Air – Oakley Pro Bali

a fantastic traffic-free bike ride in Bournemouth this July

Bournemouth Sky ride 2013

Sky Ride Bournemouth is a great opportunity to ride with family and friends in the town centre this summer. There’ll be loads of free things for the whole family to do on the day, so get your bikes ready! Sky and British Cycling confirm the return of a host of free events and activities taking […]

Cream tea and thanks for volunteers

more than 80 volunteers enjoying a strawberry cream tea before they were presented with certificates from the worshipful mayor of Poole, cllr Philip Eades, and Madam Mayoress.

The hard work of Poole Hospital’s volunteers was celebrated last week with a special afternoon tea. The event, organised as part of National Volunteers Week which runs from 1-7 June, saw more than 80 volunteers enjoying a strawberry cream tea before they were presented with certificates from the worshipful mayor of Poole, cllr Philip Eades, […]

Festival of learning hosts free events in Boscombe

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  This June 3-14th Bournemouth University (BU) is running the Festival of Learning, an extensive range of free events for the public. The Anglo European College of Chiropractic (AECC) are also playing a part in the festival. Sharon Docherty, researcher at AECC, is in Poole House Atrium on 7th, 8th and 11th of June (10am […]

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