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  1. Coronavirus
    There's nothing worse than feeling unprepared, which is why we want you to check details about where you are staying and what you might be doing before you set off.
  2. What's Open
    See what businesses are open and how they are operating differently with our regular updated What's Open list. Please always check with the individual businesses for latest updates.
  3. Home Delivery & Online Services
    Now more than ever local businesses need our support. See what businesses are offering their services through online shopping. Including home deliveries, takeaways and gift voucher experiences.
  4. Bookings for the winter hire period are now open and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Find out more about our winter 2020/2021 hire bookings.

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A close-up image of a South Coast Roast branded mug in Bournemouth.

Coffee Break on the Coast

Fancy a coffee but want something a bit more personal than a Starbucks or Costa? Never fear, here is our guide to the vibrant independent coffee shop scene here in Bournemouth.

We Are Ready!

We Are Ready!

Bursting Back to Life - Bringing the best of business in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole right to you. Check back here for the latest videos and guides to the new way visitors can experience the area this summer. Don’t forget to Respect, Protect and Enjoy the south coast whilst you’re here.

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Men, Mental Health and Exercise

A special guest blog from Dr Andrew Mayers, Principal Academic at Bournemouth University and a Patron of the charity Dorset Mind.