The Victorian proverb ‘change of work is as good as play’ could well apply to some employees of Dorset Council as the COVID- 19 crisis has seen almost 250 people take up temporary new roles to support frontline services.
Porters and security staff have been recognised by Dorset Police for their work at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital (RBH).
More than 8,000 small businesses have received a share of £100 million from Dorset Council – and there are still a couple of days in which to apply for funding.
The Government has high hopes for the new NHS Test and Trace Service for Covid-19, but sadly scammers are looking to exploit the system, which was launched at the beginning of June.
You can survive Covid-19 even if you have serious underlying health problems.
Due to government guidelines regarding the coronavirus pandemic, the Swanage Railway ran its last public trains on the weekend of 14 and 15 March with its shop and café closing on Thursday 19 March.
From Saturday (13 June), single adult and single parent households can choose one other household to form a support bubble.
Following increased demand for assistance, Diverse Abilities has appointed five new keyworkers to its Supported Living Service.
Following the coronavirus pandemic, the organisers of Wimborne Minster Folk Festival re-scheduled the event from 12-14 June to 7-9 August this year.
The statue of Robert Baden-Powell is being removed from Poole Quay today, Thursday 11 June and will be put in safe storage.