Review by Liz Turner You can’t help but love Annie Get Your Gun. With a score packed with classic hits from Irving Berlin, this musical is from a time when technology was not king. You can’t imagine Miss Saigon, Les Mis or Charlie and the Chocolate Factory without the electronic wizardry that seems to be…
Andrew Sill, a 16-year-old student from Ferndown Upper School, has spent his summer holiday working in a new role as ambassador at his local leisure centre to promote disability sports.
“I am aware through struggling to find local disability sports how difficult this is,” says Andrew who has cerebral palsy.
Wimborne Town FC maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 0-0 draw against visitors Wantage Town at Cuthbury on Saturday. This was a game the Magpies should have won, but were let down by a lack of clinical finishing.
Visitors to a Purbeck fund-raising event are being urged to leave their cars and take the Swanage Railway steam train – not only paying half the admission price to the traditional village fete but also reducing traffic congestion and the hassle of car parking.
The Bug Busters initiative will see the right-back who signed a new three year contract at the Goldsands Stadium last week, working alongside Nuffield Health infection prevention expert Chris Tickner and the head of AFC Bournemouth’s Community Trust, Steve Cuss, to educate school children about preventing the spread of germs and bacteria.
Youth and junior racing forms an important part of the events calendar at The Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy (WPNSA) and inspirational figures, such as one of the WPNSA’s directors, Sir Ben Ainslie are always a welcome sight.
2014 has seen the Academy host a wide variety of major events ranging from weekend Grand Prix to National and World Championships, featuring many of the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) Youth and Junior Classes.
With spectacular views across Poole Harbour from its location on Evening Hill at Sandbanks, Lewis-Manning Hospice will be opening up its gardens to the public on Friday 5 September for an evening of live music. Entertainment will be provided by local saxophonist, Chris Croft, who will be accompanied by Dave Carson on the guitar. The…
A bid for £2.5 million to improve and enhance a popular, historic park in Poole is ready for submission. Over the last year, Borough of Poole and the Friends of Poole Park have been working hard to gather plenty of evidence to show how much Poole Park is valued by the local community. Evidence collected…