As part of the national Shop Local Week that runs until 17 August, Wimborne BID is highlighting everything that’s special about supporting Wimborne businesses.
As part of this year’s Rabbit Awareness Week (10-23 August), The Rabbit Welfare Association & Fund is calling for a ban on cruel rabbit hutches.
Pip Woods, managing director of Rockley Watersports and Tim Brown, managing director of Superior, who are long-standing supporters and fundraisers for Julia’s House have been appointed as new ambassadors for the children’s hospice charity.
If you are struggling to pay your mortgage or rent, don’t delay in seeking help as possession hearings – which were suspended – restart on 23 August.
Douch Family Funeral Directors were disappointed that because of the coronavirus they had to cancel their celebrations into what they thought was their 110-year anniversary – but in fact they should have marked the occasion last year.
Hampshire Police are looking to speak with the man in this e-fit in connection to an assault on Salisbury Road, Totton, which happened on Tuesday 21 July at around 10pm.
We mustn’t be complacent, but figures just released by Public Health Dorset show that Dorset and Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (BCP) Councils are experiencing low numbers of COVID-19 cases compared with many other areas in England.
Although members of Broadstone Art Society haven’t been able to meet formally as a group because of COVID-19 restrictions, they certainly haven’t been idle.
The cancellation of so many events across the country has been a huge disappointment for organisers, however an innovative alternative staged by the Tank Museum in Bovington, has resulted in records being broken.
Staff at Blackmore Vale Magazine have been overwhelmed with the huge number of kind messages from readers, following the announcement from the owners, Reach PLC, that the much-loved magazine, which suspended publication in March, will not be returning.