Organised beach cleans

  One side effect of having such a stunning coastline as ours is that it attracts many visitors who discard vast amounts of rubbish. The council of course have many rubbish bins that are regularly emptied, but that doesn’t stop people leaving behind litter with little...
Going away?

Going away?

For this issue we provide some top tips to keep you, your home and your finances safethis Christmas:• If you are going away, ask your neighbours to keep an eye on your property, for example to: Open/close curtains, collect  post, check light timers, park on your...

Elsie scores her century

It was delightful to see one of our most senior residents, Elsie Van Loock, reach 100 a few weeks ago. What a wonderful milestone! Elsie’s family and neighbours arranged a lovely afternoon celebration beginning with a socially distanced ‘happy birthday singalong’ from...

Update from our local Community Police Officer

PCSO Corner   My name is Karl Stark and I am part of the East Christchurch Neighbourhood Policing Team. The team is made up of 1 Police Sergeant, 1 Police Constable and 3 Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs). The East Christchurch area covers Highcliffe,...

Girls raise money for foodbank

Local sisters Olivia and Amy King (aged 10 and 8) have raised an incredible £1115 (and still rising!) for Christchurch Food Bank.  Their objective was ‘To help those children and families struggling to afford food and basic things we take for granted’. To do this,...
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