One of the leading figures in Bournemouth’s hospitality industry has been named general manager of the town’s Hallmark Hotel.

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One of the leading figures in Bournemouth’s hospitality industry has been named general manager of the town’s Hallmark Hotel. The news follows Paul Clarke’s recent election as chair of the Bournemouth Coastal Business Improvement District (BID). For the past two years, he has been one of the youngest elected chairs of Bournemouth Accommodation and Hotel […]

Children’s free fun in the Lower Gardens to stay, says council (but Family Festival is scrapped)

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UNDER-fire tourism bosses have acted quickly to scotch rumours that the free children’s entertainment provided in Bournemouth Gardens every summer could be scrapped. Children’s entertainer Mr Merlin, whose real name is Wyn Jones, said he had been told Bournemouth council had “no plans” to stage the programme of free shows, games and activities this year. […]

BHA WELCOMES ELECTION MANIFESTOS WHICH GIVE ‘NOD TO IMPORTANCE OF TOURISM IN UK’

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The British Hospitality Association welcomes election manifestos from several of the key political parties acknowledging the role of tourism and hospitality as a key contributor to the UK economy for the first time ever. This is a significant achievement for the thousands of businesses and 3 million strong workforce across the industry who have been […]

DETAILS of a massive £22million project to completely rebuild the A338 Spur Road have been unveiled.

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  DETAILS of a massive £22million project to completely rebuild the A338 Spur Road have been unveiled. The reconstruction of the primary route in and out of Bournemouth will start in September and take around nine months. For this entire time, one side of the dual carriageway will be closed and the open side will […]

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