Jane is the Managing Director of Bournemouth Borough Council overseeing all services offered to our residents and visitors. She regularly blogs here at BHblog.co.uk, but look out for guest authors too!
- An outreach worker speaks about the work that takes place to help rough sleepers in Bournemouth
- Parks: our nation’s greatest invention?
- Bournemouth’s first neighbourhood plan is unveiled!
- Customer services: varied, never quiet and sometimes a challenge!
- 2017: The year in review by the Managing Director
Monthly Archives: October 2017
What do you think when you think of Boscombe? Some would have you believe it’s an awful place, riddled with crime. WRONG. It’s a vibrant, thriving, up-coming community that recently lost power, but never their spirit. It is extremely heart-warming … Continue reading
Did you know that a young person who has had four or more workplace encounters is 86% less likely to be unemployed or not in education or training? That’s why my job is to increase and improve work experience … Continue reading
Last week, I had a phone call from an adopted adult, with whom I had last had contact in 1996! At the time, I helped her to access the original records about her adoption and acted as an intermediary when … Continue reading
This week I met with the Reverend Dr Ian Terry, Team Rector of Bournemouth Town Centre Parish and Chair of Trustees of Shelley-Frankenstein Trust. It was great to hear about the plans for the celebrations in 2018 to mark the … Continue reading
We’re currently surrounded by boxes. Boxes of brochures and posters, craft materials, clipboards and volunteer uniform. Yes, we’re in the final stages before this year’s Arts by the Sea festival begins on Saturday! As anyone who works in events knows, … Continue reading
What do Casanova, J. Edgar Hoover and Batgirl have in common? They all worked in libraries. Library use across Bournemouth and Poole is flourishing. We’ll be joining the nation to celebrate the local network of 22 libraries during Libraries Week … Continue reading