The Civic and Parish Church of Bournemouth

Latest Coronavirus Update from BCP

News update on community radio

We have teamed up with community radio station Hope FM to provide regular news updates via a podcast on their website.

In the latest one, we talk about our beaches, social distancing and our Economic Recovery Task Force among other things – have a listen to find out more.

Live Facebook Q&A with Council Leader

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The Leader of BCP Council, Councillor Vikki Slade, once again answered your questions today on Facebook in her weekly live Q&A session. 

You can catch up on what she had to say on our Facebook page – and you don’t need a Facebook account to be able to watch this.

Leaders Q&A 27th May 2020

This is the weekly live Question and Answer session with Cllr Vikki Slade, Leader of BCP Council

Gepostet von BCP Council am Mittwoch, 27. Mai 2020

Transforming Cities Fund progressing well

Work continues to shape the £100million plus evolutionary sustainable transport programme aimed at transforming how we travel to reduce congestion and to support everyone adopting a greener and healthier approach to getting about.

Planning and preparations are underway for going out to engage with residents and businesses later this year on all the different corridor schemes, which are aimed at encouraging more of us to leave the car at home and instead opt for more sustainable means of travel.

Boscombe Town Fund Bid

Don’t forget to have your say in how Boscombe’s funding bid for a multimillion-pound investment plan to regenerate the area could be spent. 

A key part of the project is community engagement, with the Boscombe Strategic Towns Fund Board keen to receive your views on how the funding could be spent via the Government‘s MyTown portal.

Boscombe Town Fund Bid

Submit Your Ideas For Boscombe

Twin Sail Bridge reopens

The Twin Sails Bridge reopened today, following completion of the latest stage of repairs.

Initial works to replace the second pin on the Hamworthy side of the Twin Sails Bridge began on Monday 4 May, with this part of the repairs carried out successfully and the second pin removed.