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Historical background to the BCCA PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 25 April 2009 13:21

Originally the Boscombe British School and built by leading Victorian non-conformists Mr. Frederick Moser   and Sir Percy Florence Shelley  for all the children of Boscombe, regardless of religion, party or sect.   On August 28th 1878, Sir Percy Shelly laid the foundation stone and the Christchurch times of the day reported the building was "to be one of the most ornamental as well as useful buildings in Boscombe."

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Who are the Friends of The Bournemouth Centre for Community Arts (FBCCA)? PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 25 April 2009 13:32

Who are the Friends of The Bournemouth Centre for Community Arts (FBCCA)?

The Friends of The Bournemouth Centre for Community Arts (FBCCA) are dedicated to securing, for the benefit of the public, the preservation, repair and maintenance of the building, known as the Bournemouth Centre for Community Arts in perpetuity. Our proposal is based around the BCCA being a dynamic, accessible community centre where all ages and backgrounds will be encouraged to lead, create, work together, integrate, learn and where aspirations will be raised and realised.   We will encourage and enable regeneration, local economic prosperity and a more socially cohesive, healthy community, which provides a sense of well-being.

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Who will have access to the BCCA? PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 25 April 2009 14:32

Information about the group is available from contacting the FBCCA either on our telephone number, email or through our website.

We are open for membership from anyone within the community but also from visitors to the Boscombe area. We have no prejudice towards any individuals or groups and hope to offer a wide range of opportunities so that all can feel welcomed, involved and supported.

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