Some 40 primary, middle and secondary schools across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole have received an award in recognition for their work to protect children against bullying.
One in three people in the West have been a target of a scam since lockdown, which is why Citizens Advice Dorset is keen to back the Scam Awareness Campaign which runs from 15-28 June.
It’s here at last. If you’ve been missing your retail therapy, pop out to your local high street today, Monday 15 June as many shops which sell non-essential goods are opening.
Cheryl Hadland, Tops Day Nurseries managing director is disappointed with recent government guidance, which has forced Tops Day Nurseries Hi5 Club to close their out of school provision.
When residents of Colten Care’s Canford Chase home decided to send Dame Vera Lynn a card to celebrate her 103rd birthday, they hadn’t expected to get a reply.
If there is one thing lockdown has demonstrated, it is that technology is vital in 2020, so it is good to hear that Dorset is to become a trailblazer in this sphere.
Health and safety measures will be in place when the Sandbanks Ferry returns to service on Wednesday 17 June following the completion of annual maintenance and refit works and in anticipation of an increase in passenger numbers.
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).