The Brittas Empire and a state of the art gym renovation at Ringwood Health and Leisure Centre could have been a recipe for disaster at the official opening on 2 October.
Around 50 places are still available for a charity race night in Blandford hosted by legal firm Blanchards Bailey for Age UK.
Police officers and staff were recognised for their exceptional contribution to keeping Dorset safe at an awards ceremony on 26 September 2017.
The first competitor to win gold for GB at the Invictus Games in Canada was Verwood girl Lindsay Chapman who not only flew to victory in the IT5 wheelchair 100m final, but had the honour of meeting HRH Prince Harry.
There was no rest for the staff at Poulner Junior School over the summer holidays as they worked hard to transform their school, including the library, ready for the start of the new term.
A fashion show staged by M&Co’s Wimborne store on 22 September raised over £400 for the town’s In Bloom funds as Wimborne in Bloom celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Craft on the Coast will celebrate the best craft beers on offer from a huge array produced each year in Dorset and the surrounding area.
Remembrance Day concert ‘Where Poppies Grow’ presented by Dorset Police Male Voice Choir in Highcliffe
Dorset Police Male Voice Choir is presenting ‘Where Poppies Grow’, a concert of music and prose for Remembrance Day at St Mark’s Church, Highcliffe on Saturday, 11 November at 7.30pm.
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After Ferndown was identified as having specific issues with cigarette-related litter, Litter Free Dorset’s Bin your Butt campaign turned up in the town centre on 26 September to give out a clear message to smokers.