Holidays are so important to all of us – especially children and young people with complex physical and learning disabilities, who can often be excluded from clubs unable to cater with their complex needs.
It’s a 21st birthday for BERTIE, the Type 1 diabetes education programme which helps patients to manage their condition.
No wonder the car parks at our beaches are full by 9am as people have been camping overnight.
With students receiving their A-level results today, Dorset Council is issuing guidance for those who are unsure of their next step.
Almost a third of sixth form results at The Arnewood School in New Milton were A Level grades of A* or A, and well over a half of the results were B grade or better in the year when no exams were taken due to Covid-19.
Superstitions may have come into their own for some, but who would have predicted Bournemouth’s 13th air festival would be going ahead despite the COVID-19 pandemic?
With demand for ambulances increasing noticeably in the past month, South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) is reminding people only to call 999 in a medical emergency when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk.