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Support BEAF, the largest open-access arts festival in Bournemouth | We need YOUR help to make this happen. We are all volunteers and give as much time as we can. With the help of this crucial funding, we will be offering over 100 events, exhibitions, shows, performances and film screenings, 10000 publications across Bournemouth with each event listed within.Visit www.gotbeaf.co.uk/beafunder/

With every donation you make, we will provide you with an amazing reward.

We are kindly supported by many local businesses and organisations, in order for us to provide you with discounts and offers during the Festival as well as lots of great give-aways, including, BEAF t-shirts, pens, tickets and even sponsorship availability.

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