New 12-sided pound coin sparks the Marie Curie One Pound Challenge, asking savers and spenders alike to raid their piggy banks for old pound coins.
A flower festival in Ringwood, A Symphony in Flowers, will take place between Wednesday 17 and Saturday 20 May at Ringwood Parish Church.
Jazz by the Sea festival presented its annual young musicians showcase at Bournemouth University giving participants the opportunity to perform in front of a panel of professional jazz musicians and local jazz fans.
Criticism that a nationally important AONB at Cranborne Chase is not being taken fully into account will be voiced when the Blandford+ Neighbourhood Plan for a housing, household recycling/waste transfer site and school development is examined at a public hearing due to take place on 10 April.
The National Coastwatch station will open its doors to members of the public to its Open Days over the Easter bank holiday weekend.
Stewarts Garden Centre customers from Broomhill have been thanked for a £4,750 donation towards care at Lewis-Manning Hospice.
The Priest’s House Museum & Garden in Wimborne is holding information sessions at the museum for new volunteers on 7 and 27 April 2017.
Five students challenged by Bournemouth’s Hotel of the Year to organise a masquerade ball couldn’t disguise their glee after the event raised £5,439 for charity.
The 2017 Tech Nation report released last month has named the UK as the digital hub of Europe, with Bournemouth and Poole seeing a 26 per cent growth in digital business.
Holding the Guinness World Record as ‘the largest caravan built with interlocking plastic bricks’ a caravan creation has gone on display in the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu.