Jeff Mostyn, the chairman of AFC Bournemouth, is joining the local Dorset and Wiltshire children’s hospice charity, Julia’s House, as an ambassador.
Due to Covid-19, the majority of volunteers were temporarily stood down from the Royal Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole hospitals – but now they are being welcomed back as the hospitals are seeing an increase in outpatients as well as a return of visitors.
Coping with losing a loved one is always so hard, but lockdown has magnified the sense of isolation as people learn to cope with grief on their own.
A video conference – one of Dorset Chamber’s new Business Leaders’ Events – produced many shared thoughts on the challenges facing companies and organisations, and the further measures required to help them as the county’s economy emerges from the crisis.
Staff at Poole Hospital’s maternity unit are now able to enjoy some beautiful blooms in a restful setting as their garden has received a make-over from Dan Smith, a professional Poole-based gardener.
Although most of the fundraising events for the Ferndown-based John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation (JTYAF) have been cancelled, there is still one you can enjoy next month.
If you go down to a quiet residential area of Ferndown today, you will be sure of a big surprise.
Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill has won an award for supporting diversity in the county.
Pupils at Ringwood Waldorf School in Hampshire have proved that you can make a drama out of a crisis.