The Age Friendly Initiative aims to improve the quality of life for older adults in our community, through better communication and support.
Guidance and advice on animal welfare in the area, including livestock, dog ownership and domesticated animals.
A Community Asset Transfer is a process by which BCP Council can pass ownership of land, buildings, or structures to an independent group.
Befriending and Good Neighbour services are great ways to combat loneliness and isolation if you have difficulty in getting out and about.
There are a number of community centres available for use across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.
Help is available if the cost of living is having an impact on your wellbeing - including maximising your income, looking after vulnerable family members, and access to food.
Information about crime and disorder, and related services offered, in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area.
We Are With You is commissioned by BCP Council to provide free support for people misusing drugs and alcohol.
Advice about healthy living, including eating a balanced diet, healthy weight, exercise, quitting smoking and drinking less alcohol.
Information about meal deliveries and lunch clubs available in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.
Support and advice for sufferers and carers as well as general dementia information.
Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) specify an area where activities are taking place that are or are likely to be detrimental to the local community's quality of life and impose conditions or restrictions on people using that area. They are designed to ensure the law-abiding majority can use and enjoy public spaces, safe from antisocial behaviour.
Public Health Dorset provide a range of services focused on protecting and improving health and wellbeing in Dorset.
Information about and where to find public toilets and facilities.
A collection of available schemes and funds that aim to celebrate, support and enrich the community.
There are many volunteering opportunities in the BCP Council area, and we are grateful for the time and energy our volunteers invest in a diverse range of activities.
How to report an unauthorised encampment, and what action we can take.