Pic: William Butt
By Bill Webb
Walk along Christchurch Road Boscombe and look for the statue of Charlie Chaplin inviting you to enter a small but quirky bar and restaurant. Don’t just stop here, as tempting as it may be to stand and watch the old Chaplin movie playing on the TV above the bar or to grab a board game and while away a few hours playing Scrabble with friends, read a book from the pub library or just wander around looking at the art work that pops up everywhere. Grab a drink and walk through the pub to the garden.
Pic: William Butt. Paul Swift by his racing car
Pic: William Butt.
By Tom Collier.
Paul Swift travelled a good distance from his home town of Durham, to visit Bournemouth with his friends and family to showcase and perform stunt driving. Continue reading
By William B
Cars, big stunts and monster trucks hit this year’s Wheels Festival with some big stars rolling onto Bournemouth’s beach from 29-31 May. Kangaroo kid Matt Coulter, known for stunts in films like Tomb Raider and Tomorrow Never Dies, will be performing, as well as one of the UK’s top stunt drivers, Paul Swift, who leads a team of the world’s best precision drivers.
To find out more visit bournemouthwheels.co.uk