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Bournemouth has a reputation for excellent schools, you can view the latest Ofsted scores HERE.
According to the 2011 You.Gov census Bournemouth has a population of 189,000.
Sitting to the west of the New Forest, Bournemouth is served by the A31 which connects with the M27. Frequent fliers can take advantage of Bournemouth International Airport, while city commuters can be in London in 97 minutes.
Bournemouth has a number of excellent local websites, the main source of local news is the Bournemouth Echo.
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Armishaws Bouremouth removals is just the beginning of your new journey. Once you’ve made the move, here’s our top picks that Bournemouth has to offer;
Packed full of style, curios, furniture and antiques, this is one of our favourite places to browse and find wonderfully unique items to transform any room from drab to fab!
Chineside is our pick of the bunch if you’re looking for somewhere to enjoy life… and cake! Friendly, and welcoming they serve some of the best local food with a stunning beachside location.
Housing over 50 individual sellers, Bournemouth Vintage Emporium is the perfect place to find something suitably different for your new home.
In a town synonymous with fish and chops, Chez Fred is the best of the best. Made with “salt, pepper and a sprinkling of magic” they showcase exactly why this is the nation’s most loved dish.
The Dorset seaside town of Bournemouth, prior to 1810, was a deserted heathland only visited by fishermen and smugglers. With Poole to the west and Christchurch to the east, it is the largest settlement in the county, and is famed for its beautiful beaches, houses and culture. The pier, which has an overall length of over 1000ft, attracts many visitors throughout the year. The first pier was completed in 1856 but a subsequent version was demolished by soldiers during World War Two. The Bournemouth Gardens, which lead to the pier, are around 3 kilometres long and provide great scenery and wildlife.
With piers, watersports, seven miles of golden sands, the New Forest, more cafes and ice cream shops than you can shake a deck chair at, plus excellent local shops and amenities Bournemouth has a lot to offer.
Bournemouth FC is a major part of life for many locals, while the theatre attracts many number one touring productions plus big name acts can be found at the O2 Academy. There’s also a cinema, bowling and a number of festivals celebrating everything from music, comedy, food, drink to extreme sports and more.
By car the A31 connects with the M27. Bournemouth International Airport flies to many major destinations. Rail commuters can reach London Waterloo one hour and 37 minutes.