One of Bournemouth’s most high profile and longest-serving hoteliers, Jennie Deavin, has died at the age of 68 following a five-year battle with cancer.
Christchurch Borough Council has reported the sad death of Honorary Freeman of the Borough Judy Jamieson MBE, last evening 26 April 2017.
Poole Park was glowing this month as hundreds of runners took part in the first Dorset Neon Run for Dorset charity Diverse Abilities.
Abacus, the Ferndown and Andover vehicle hire specialists, adds two new six berth vehicles to its growing fleet of motorhomes as bookings increase.
The Bournemouth-based British Liver Trust received a donation of more than £41,000 from the Freemasons to fund a new member of staff for a year.
Celebrating the best of Dorset football, The Dorset Youth County Cup finals were held on St George’s Day on King George V Playing Field in Ferndown.
Food with a certain style and a smile. Carol Waterkeyn reviews The Kings Arms Restaurant in Christchurch.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Tom Green brings European Comedy Road Trip to Bournemouth – Ex-Dorset schoolboy raises £43,000 prior to London Marathon – Woofability champion crowned Miss Dorset 2017 – New watersports club for Christchurch – Bournemouth student party raises hotel roof and over £5,000 – Final of Live: Ferndown 2017 – A corner of Corfe…
Ferndown Matters Spring 2017 – The magazine of Ferndown Town Council INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Fete on the Field – New Town Lengthsman – Volunteers clean up Ferndown – Live: Ferndown – FTC Community Charity Dog Event – Council Grants Awarded 2016/17 – Tennis for kids – and more