With over 20 stalls to browse, residents and visitors descended in strength on the first regular Friday Market in Pennys Walk, and nobody had a bad word to say.
Dorset Council has a statutory duty to maintain the road network and to make sure it is safe. Striking the balance between protecting road users and encouraging wildlife can be a sensitive issue.
A Real Nappy campaign promoting reusable, washable nappies to reduce plastic pollution, is providing information, support, and cloth nappies to staff in day nurseries.
Volunteers are needed to help refugee families from Syria get used to life in Dorset. This could be assisting with shopping, playing with children or just being a friendly face.
Reach the heights of 29029 for the flavours of Nepal
Ferndown Town Council has made a “minded to” decision to enter into negotiations to take over the running of the Barrington Centre following an approach from Prama.
The Marine Conservation Society says that own-brand ‘flushable’ wipes, available in 10 leading high street retailers and supermarkets, are unsuitable to carry the new Fine to Flush logo.
This was the musical that made you want to jump up and down – but the audience managed to restrain themselves – although it was difficult as this production was full of life and energy.