Monthly Archives: March 2011
The Percy B Shelley’s son Sir Percy lived in a house on Boscombe’s cliff top where he was visited by the poet’s many friends. At the house, now known as Shelley Park or Boscombe Manor, were kept many of the … Continue reading
The wind farm due to be erected 10 miles off Bournemouth’s coast has not yet been given a name. One suggestion is Knollsea although one wonders what Thomas Hardy would have thought of a blot on the horizon. The Bournemouth … Continue reading
The Friends of Lymington’s Sea Water swimming pool have announced that the open-air baths will re-open at Easter. The news comes at the start of Lent so it’s a forty day wait for the Easter treat. See page 83.