It’s going to be hot, hot, hot this weekend, and inevitably people will be planning to visit Dorset’s coastal towns and beaches.
If you’re planning to go to Weymouth this weekend, you will be pleased to hear that 23 new seafront lavatories are now open as well as a beach control office.
For the past 20 years, Wimborne in Bloom has held a duck race on the August Bank Holiday Saturday, but sadly this year’s event scheduled for 29 August has had to be cancelled.
The accounts for Dorset Council in its first year of operation reveal that its most expensive redundancy cost the authority £980,000.
With the expected heatwave at the weekend, Litter Free Dorset has been asking shops, supermarkets and petrol stations across Dorset to support the ‘BBQs Burn More Than Bangers’ campaign.
A total of 10 amputee military veterans will join firefighters to ride from John O’Groats to Lands’ End in support of a comrade with Motor Neurone Disease (MND).
Award-winning Buckler’s Hard Yacht Harbour on the Beaulieu River is now taking reservations for its increased capacity of permanent berths and moorings following completion of the first phase of a major redevelopment.
The winner of Raffle House’s latest competition will collect the keys to a £500,000 two-bed London apartment and a brand-new Land Rover Discovery Sport in what is a life-changing win.
Some people say they really enjoyed the different challenges lockdown brought, whilst others hated every minute.
Dorset LEP has secured £11.8m in government funds to help stimulate local economic recovery and create new jobs.