Features

The beer fan raising a glass to the news Thomas Hardy's Ale is set to make a comeback

Bournemouth Echo:

2:00pm Sunday 29th March 2015

A beer aficionado who writes about a Dorchester brew and collects its bottles has attracted thousands of hits on his website.

Passions

Why Bournemouth’s first multi-storey was a failure and where you can find the town’s own 39 steps

Bournemouth Echo:

10:20am Sunday 8th March 2015

I must have ambled down Gervis Place a thousand times. But to my shame this is the first time I have ever clocked the elegant red-brick building next to the towery dominance of Beales.

Travel

Travel: Treat yourself to a weekend of luxury at the Baglioni Hotel

Bournemouth Echo:

9:00am Saturday 28th March 2015

Take one step inside the Baglioni Hotel and you’ll be dazzled.


Food

Spring Lamb Rump, Spiced Red Cabbage, Leek Puree, Gratin Potatoes and Red Wine Jus

Bournemouth Echo:

7:00am Saturday 28th March 2015

Spring is definitely in the air, says Tony Beales, managing director of Beales Gourmet at The Italian Villa. Why not try his classy lamb recipe this Easter?

Bournemouth Echo: Alex Aitken's Sea Bass with Shellfish

Health

The benefits of massage: why you should make it part of your New Year regime

Bournemouth Echo:

7:00am Saturday 3rd January 2015

Poole-based therapist Jo Gaskill, who works at Rockets & Rascals in Lilliput, explains why you should make massage part of your healthy New Year regime

Outdoors

Neptune Coastline: how campaign has helped protect the South West coast for the past 50 years

Bournemouth Echo:

8:00am Saturday 28th March 2015

A festival to commemorate the 50th anniversary of a campaign to protect our shoreline is being organised by the National Trust.


Homes and Gardens

Bournemouth Echo: Expert column: white doesn't have to mean boring

Big Garden Birdwatch: the three things you can do to help protect birds this winter

Bournemouth Echo:

9:00am Saturday 24th January 2015

As the RSPB, bird-watchers and gardeners nationwide gear up for the charity’s annual Big Garden Birdwatch, the organisation is warning that birds that have benefited from a mild autumn will begin to struggle now the weather has changed.

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