Wimborne Model Towns’ annual mini steam and vintage day takes place on Saturday 24 September.
A new Seahorse Adoption scheme is being launched at the 2016 County Show on 3 and 4 September in an effort to boost local marine conservation work.
People are being urged to choose their treatment options wisely this bank holiday by The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (RBCH).
Queen Elizabeth’s School is delighted with its students’ GCSE results.
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AnyTech Solutions has chosen the Youth Cancer Trust (YCT) as its charity of the year after being impressed by the valuable work it does for 14 to 30 year olds.
Visitors will not be able to use the zig zag path running from Highcliffe Castle grounds down to Highcliffe Castle beach, which was closed following a structural inspection by an independent consultant engineer, for longer than originally thought.
Off the back of the massive success of ‘The Simon & Garfunkel Story’, Maple Tree Entertainment Ltd is proud to present a brand new concert-style show based on the friendship and music of Carole King and James Taylor entitled ‘You’ve Got A Friend’. The show will play at the Regent Centre in Christchurch on 9 September.
Opening to the public tomorrow (Thursday, 25 August), The Great Dorset Steam Fair has expanded its music festival offering for 2016 with extended hours and a whole collection of new acts.
Drivers will need extra time for their journeys around Gravel Hill (A349) in Poole once schools go back in September creating extra traffic.