Children are being encouraged to bring a favourite cuddly toy to the Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (RBCH) teddy bear clinic to be held at an interactive open day.
Stuart Allen, a rogue waste operator, has received a suspended prison sentence and ordered to pay £20,000 costs for running an illegal waste cooking oil storage and processing plant in the Dorset countryside. The case was brought by the Environment Agency.
A new minibus is needed to help cancer patients enjoy R and R in the Bournemouth area.
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has awarded £145,200 to the Priest’s House Museum and Garden in Wimborne, Dorset to enable it to develop its ‘ Revival’ project proposal which will ensure that the museum is fit for the challenges of the 21st century. The museum now has 12 months in which to finalise detailed plans and submit a Round 2 application.
The Tarrant Valley Players Amanda Shepperd of the Tarrant Valley Players have presented a cheque for £600 to the Ferndown Branch of Arthritis Care, the cheque being half of the proceeds raised from productions during the past year.
A wild play day is being held so families can discover fun ways to explore and play in the New Forest, while learning about its special qualities.
Liz Turner reviews Little Shop of Horrors at Bournemouth Pavilion
A prolific Dorset paedophile who travelled to the Philippines and filmed himself sexually abusing children as young as eight has been found guilty at Dorchester Crown Court.