Reginald D Hunter, frequently described as the coolest man in comedy, will be headlining this year’s comedy acts at Camp Bestival at Lulworth Castle on 27 and 30 July.
Christchurch and East Dorset Councils have been presented with Gold Award certificates from Pennies from Heaven fundraising.
“The fight for freedom of bigotry isn’t over yet,” says Sophie Cook in an opinion piece on Transgender Day of Visibility, a day that aims to bring attention to the accomplishments of trans people around the globe.
Police officers, staff, and members of the public were recognised for their exceptional contribution to keeping Dorset safe at an awards ceremony on 21 March.
Rare locomotive that starred on stage in ‘The Railway Children’ has been transferred to Swanage Railway
A unique Victorian steam locomotive that escaped the cutting torch thanks to the centenary of London’s Waterloo station – and starred in ‘The Railway Children’ on both sides of the Atlantic – has been transferred to the Swanage Railway by the National Railway Museum.
Join Adam Trimby as he delves into the delight that is Upper Deck, the restaurant and bar at The Harbour Hotel in Christchurch, where Mudeford Medleys and Marvellous Mocktails permeate the menu and fill the soul.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Enjoy Easter in Wimborne – Go back in time with Vintage – Planned MUGA at KGV Field, Ferndown – Gluten free food fair for Poole – Totally Wiped Out comes to Wimborne – New bee friendly column – Avian Influenza and your responsibilities – Celebrating 10 years of throwing Knobs! – Asking…
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is participating in the Bournemouth Natural Science Society (BNSS) open day on Saturday 8 April, with its wildlife friendly gardening displays and experts on-hand to give advice.
Police appeal for people to check gardens and outbuildings as concern for missing Bournemouth woman grows
Police have renewed an appeal to help find 67-year-old Jean Lea, who i believe to have been missing since shortly before 3am on Sunday 26 March 2017.
A South West MEP has warned there would be no ‘plain sailing’ towards a UK exit from the EU, as Prime Minister Theresa May formally triggers Article 50.