SafeWise, the skills for life charity, is calling for local people – especially children – to help create an exciting new virtual learning village this summer.
At this time of being urged to stay at home, the idea of ‘walking round the world’ has a certain appeal.
Dorset Council is working with preschools, nurseries and registered childminders to accommodate more children.
Youngsters who are missing attending their stage school during the coronavirus pandemic will be able to enjoy workshops online.
If you care for someone living with dementia, this new app will help you generate fun and joyous activities to keep minds active during lockdown.
During the lockdown we’ve all been doing a lot of clearing out of wardrobes, drawers and cupboards and in the absence of charity shops being open, it could be tempting to leave unwanted items in bags beside recycling banks.
BCP Council have processed over 5,000 business grants in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole for businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic. These exceed the £70m mark.
Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service still has around 100 firefighters tackling a huge heath fire affecting some 180 hectares of heath and woodland at Wareham Forest, which started yesterday afternoon (18 May).
Today (19 May) marks a National Specials Day to thank and celebrate support from special constabularies all over the country during the COVID-19 crisis.
People cycling along our local promenades are being urged to observe the speed limit, to give priority to pedestrians, to give all they pass a two-metre wide berth and not to cycle in groups.