The Joy of Seasons

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Would we all appreciate the finer days of summer, were it not for the ups and downs of the seasons? Probably not, indeed we really are lucky to be able to sample all of nature’s finest weathers. Its crisp winter mornings and golden sunlight and wet windy storms that whip the seas into a dramatic frenzy, fade in and out of summer, through spring and Autumn. As we … Read More

Leaves are the new flowers

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Some interesting thoughts and ideas for your garden borders from Andrew Verreck the Nursery Manager of the lovely Chestnut Nursery situated at the town side of Poole Park   “Flowers often seem to be the focus of gardeners and nursery growers alike. And its true that flowers bring great joy with their vibrant colours and perfumed scents. But plants can offer so much more than just their brief … Read More

ePetition now Live!

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Petition To Improve Pedestrian and Cyclist Safety and Inhibit Excessive Vehicle Speeds In the Branksome Park and Canford Cliffs Area We the undersigned petition the BCP Council to fulfil their statutory duty, in accordance with The Highways Act 1980 section 130. And in fulfilling that duty to: Install Pedestrian Crossing Points where footpaths transverse the roads and at the community hubs identified on the Highway Hazards Map Improve … Read More

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

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