Almost 1,500 signs indicating ‘Keep Left’ and ‘Keep Your Distance’ are being erected in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council area as more shops prepare to reopen on 15 June.
New measures to manage visitor numbers to Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door have been agreed by representatives from Dorset Council, Dorset Police, Lulworth Estate and South West Ambulance Trust today (5 June 2020). They include a new pre-booking system for Lulworth Estate car parks, due to go live next week.
Although there are some handmade signs at the bottom of the steps at one of Dorset’s iconic beauty spots asking people to take their litter home with them, the piles of rubbish grow, with visitors leaving their waste on the beach every day at Durdle Door.
A Dorset-based British telecoms company, that designs and engineers wired and wireless headsets, has responded swiftly to increased demand for a hearing aid compatible headset.
Bonfires are now prohibited at allotments at Hightown Road and Southampton Road in Ringwood.
This is Volunteers Week, and normally it would be celebrated with garden parties, cream teas and other social events.
Not only will it be quite an adjustment for those returning to offices after an absence of around three months, there are security aspects that need to be evaluated.
Despite being unable to stage any productions at the moment, Highcliffe Charity Players are still very much a part of the community, having recently donated more than £1,000 to support four worthy causes.
New research led by Queen’s University Belfast has found that kidney transplantation is the optimum treatment for people with chronic kidney disease (CKD), improving both their quality of life and long-term survival, whilst also costing less than alternative treatments.
Julia’s House is preparing to re-open its flagship superstore at Creekmoor’s Neighbourhood Centre on Monday 15 June.