Vintage, a term that is commonly used to refer to all old clothing, has grown into the trend which has made its way onto the shelves of boutiques in every major fashion capitals. While Bournemouth is not one of those, it is still a trendy town for pre-loved garments.
All existing members and new talented photographers now can submit their pictures to Daily Echo Camera Club
The local bookshop aims to raise money to get a copy of the award-winning book into every school in the Bournemouth and Poole area.
Locals now can take Bournemouth Repair Cafe as a solution to reuse old stuff instead of throwing it away.
The oldest and largest animal rescue centre in Dorset has its new branch of charity shop opened in Kinson.
Two students from Bournemouth University have set the target to raise £500 for winter survival packs to help the homeless people in town.
On 11th November 2018, the very first vintage kilo sale saw many local people come to the Bournemouth International Centre and shop for vintage clothes, costing £15 per kilo.
A busy Saturday morning in town, 17th October, saw a local volunteer stand in Bournemouth Square, wearing a yellow crew kit with a Lifeboats labelled basket and flag on his hands to collect vital donation for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI).