Hundreds attend march in Bournemouth as part of a global climate inaction protest
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Young people have to face more risks including exploitation and criminal activities when using the Internet, especially during the lockdown
With the world living in a pandemic, all kinds of situations have been heightened with worry and complications. This is true of the thousands of people who are, or should have, been moving house during the pandemic. Well, add a foreign country and the stress is surely at its peak. We spoke to an English couple who had to move from temporary accommodation in Germany, smack bang in lockdown...
220 homeless people who used to live on the street for years have been given safe shelters with three meals per day and support of essential needs across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. Homelessness is expected to end in 2027.
The first vintage fair held in Bournemouth this year attracted more than 40 store holders to fill the space of Bournemouth Pavilion on Sunday (January 19th) between 10am to 4pm, with the entrance fee of £2.5.