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Monthly Archives: May 2012

Charity parachute jump for grandad and grandson

A 74 year old former RAF pilot has fulfilled a lifelong ambition and jumped out of a plane with his 19 year old grandson, all for charity. Terry Adcock and his grandson Mo Guy dived from a height of 13,000ft in aid of Parkinson’s UK.

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Bournemouth’s music academy officially opened by Level 42’s Mark King

A new music college was officially opened by the one of the UK’s biggest rock stars. Mark King from Level 42, a patron for Bournemouth’s Academy of Contemporary Music Regional cut the ribbon at the new academy. Over 150 excited music fans came to get a look at the Academy and see Mark perform ‘Running in the Family’ with some ACMR students.

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£70k National Lottery win for Poole building firm syndicate

A lottery syndicate is celebrating after winning £70,191. The lucky nine members of the ‘Lotter Loonies’ syndicate at Hamworthy building firm Stepnell Ltd in Poole matched five numbers and a bonus ball to win the Lotto windfall.

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