Bournemouth’s Castlepoint Shopping Park is the subject of a video produced by Access Films for charity Access Dorset. The three minute video shows how Castlepoint has ensured that people with a range of disabilities can enjoy the convenience of the retailers and catering units thanks to long term planning by the management team.
Colten Care marked the centenary of Britain joining the First World War by holding commemorative events at several of its Dorset homes.
The new dolls’ house collection at Wimborne Model Town has been opened by Beryl Dade who donated the highly detailed miniature dwellings, which she has crafted over a number of years, to the Wimborne educational charity.
ODEON Dorchester will be offering fans of global super-band One Direction the chance to see their ‘Where We Are’ concert on the big screen on 11 October at 1pm, 3.30pm and 6pm and 12 October at 1pm. One Direction: Where We Are – The Concert Film will feature never before seen footage of all of…
You would think an exhausting 150,000 metre Rowathon would be enough fundraising for a while, but not for Royal Marine Commando Richie Puttock. He is taking on yet another crazy challenge to raise funds for the John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation!
Residents and school children in Branksome joined forces to help sow seeds on the newly created soil embankment at Branksome Recreation Ground.
A new exhibition showcasing one of the most important shipwrecks found in British waters has opened at Poole Museum. The Swash Channel Wreck is a huge 17th century vessel thought to have been destined for the New World. The shipwreck has been widely featured in local and national media throughout its excavation, but this is…
A group of Year 2 pupils at Sylvan Infant School have become the newest authors in Poole by penning their very own books.
Teams taking part in Wimborne Rotary’s 13th annual Swimathon, sponsored by the club’s Business Partners, raised more than £5,000 for their favourite charities this year. Held at Canford School Sports Centre on 28 June, cash prizes totalling £400 were awarded to competitors’ good causes in a series of lucky draws held at the end of…
Having complained several times to BT Openreach on behalf of individual constituents, Bob Walter MP has welcomed Ofcom’s response proposing that Openreach should now seek to repair around 80% of phone and broadband faults within two working days. It has also stated that 80% of customers waiting for a new line should receive an appointment within 12 working days.