A £700,000 restoration of the Priest’s House Museum in Wimborne has now been completed.
Having seen photographs of half a million people crammed like sardines on Dorset beaches beamed throughout the world, and the resulting effect of the litter these people left behind, are you worried about the state of Dorset beaches?
Hall & Woodhouse, Dorset’s leading independent family-owned brewer, will begin a phased re-opening of its managed pubs from Tuesday 7 July, after polling the opinions of more than 10,000 of its regular guests.
As part of the UK’s biggest ever law enforcement operation a series of warrants took place in Dorset to target suspected organised crime gangs involved in the supply of controlled drugs.
Phillipa Rolle will be donning her sports gear tomorrow, Saturday 4 July, to run the Dorset boundary in aid of Poole Hospital’s radiotherapy unit, hoping to raise £2,150.
Libraries managed by Dorset Council, which have been much missed over the past three months, are to re-open next week. However, it will be phased.
To mark the Royal Corps of Signals 100th anniversary, a balloon carrying a Royal Corps of Signals cap badge – called a Jimmy – was sent into space.
On the eve of the birthday, 4 July, iconic landmarks including the Royal Albert Hall, Blackpool Tower and Wembley Arch will be illuminated in blue as part of tributes to NHS staff.
In order to conserve the land, cattle have been introduced to Talbot Heath, marking the first time grazing has been seen in the area in recent memory.
Children across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, who have been looking longingly at outdoor play areas, will be excited to hear that they will be able to use them in the next couple of days.