A surprise and a delight – Carol Waterkeyn reviews The George, Fordingbridge
Viewpoint Magazine January 2017 Your Independent Local Magazine INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Plea for Syrian refugee family to be housed in Ringwood – St Leonards Community Hospital provides a lifeline, but needs one too – Major redevelopment of Ferndown’s KGV facilities and revival of Riffs – Sale of Furzehill will create legacy for communities of East…
As 2017 begins Poole lifeboat station is in a very different position, the Operational station is physically where it has always been on Poole Quay nestled by the Old lifting bridge but the day to day workings have changed.
Cyclist Richard Ellis died following a collision that could have been avoided had a mother not been distracted whilst driving.
A mother and son fundraising duo are ‘glowing’ all out to help Dorset cancer sufferers.
During last year’s Classic Cars on the Prom, volunteers collected donations from event-goers and have awarded £1,000 to Langside School, run by Dorset charity Diverse Abilities.
A collection of work from the studio of a noted local painter of Somerset and Dorset subjects is coming up for sale in a few days at Lawrences in Crewkerne.
The John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation (JTYAF) has announced that £85,000 has been allocated for awards to local young people in 2017.
It has been announced that the Rampisham Down Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) in West Dorset, will not be developed into a 25MW solar power station. This follows two years of campaigning by Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) and work by conservation organisations including Natural England, RSPB and others. The site is a legally protected area of rare acid grassland and is of national importance.