Gardening on the Cliff Top

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The Cliff Top Volunteers were out in force at the the Pinecliff Sunken Garden on Thursday 5th September. For those of you that don’t know, BPCCRA supports the garden project with both volunteers and money. We turn up every week weather permitting to look after these beautiful gardens. Why do we do this? Because it’s good for the soul, the location is stunning beyond words and the gardening … Read More

Adrian Wardlow (BPCCRA Chair) ensures safety whilst bringing record numbers to SuperCar event

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As Adrian wrote to Jim Durkin of the Echo today (12th August) Dear Jim, BPCCRA would like to thank all involved in helping to publicise this event and our locals’ concerns. By giving it such a high profile via the Echo, together with raising awareness to attendees, BCP, and local enforcement agencies alike, we managed to attract such an unprecedented number of visitors that the local roads were … Read More

Hazard Areas Branksome Park, Poole

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Vicky Moss who has joined the BPCCRA Executive committee is making an immediate impact to the benefit of all residents in Branksome Park and Canford Cliffs. Please read her recent email to Andy Hadley of the Poole Peoples Party who holds a transport brief. Andy, Thank you for your reply and I appreciate the work the Unity Alliance are putting in to promoting sustainable travel with the bid … Read More

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Unified Council

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BPCCRA President John Sprackling attended the first cabinet meeting of the new Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Unified Council on the 13th June. John says, “We now have sight of The Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole Council’s first version of their Organisational Chart. The chart shows how the organisation is structured to deliver services to the public. But it omits to identify the Tier 1 officer, Graham Farrant, the Chief … Read More

The Great Dorset Beach Clean

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Most of us care about our environment. To me one of the most irritating and annoying aspects of modern life is the seemingly indiscriminate dropping of litter in our public spaces. I’m sure most of do not drop litter but those that do make a fine old mess for the rest of us. So you may be interested in the following. On April 27th and April 28th Poole … Read More

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