An upbeat and unique event brought hundreds of families of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) together on Monday 16 October, at Kingston Maurward College, near Dorchester.
A unique Victorian steam locomotive that escaped the scrapman’s torch is to take an important step forward towards possible restoration to full working order – thanks to a generous donor.
Held to highlight the dedication and hard work of special constables and police support volunteers, a regional awards ceremony has recognised the work of Dorset Police volunteers.
Ferndown Middle School pupils learned lifesaving skills at the recent Restart a Heart Day.
Diverse Abilities recently held its annual Thank You Awards in Poole to acknowledge inspirational people connected to the Dorset charity.
Around 100,000 visitors came to Bournemouth over the first two days of the seventh Arts by the Sea Festival that offered an eclectic mix of free entertainment throughout the town headlined by Hydromania by Avanti Display.
More than 150 participants put on their running shoes to take part in the popular Christchurch Running Festival on 15 October.
‘Mr or Ms McGregor’ sought to take over vegetable garden at one of Dorset’s ‘smallest’ attractions where a ‘Borrower’ would be happy to set up home.
Film director Guy Ritchie, his wife Jacqui and actor Martin Clunes have donated items of clothing to support the Dorset and Wiltshire children’s hospice charity, Julia’s House, and the items will be displayed at the charity’s new shop in Salisbury.
Due to dangerous weather conditions, Wimborne Food and Drink Festival 2017, due to take place on 21 October, has been cancelled.