Angelic singing raises funds and Christmas boxes for charities Caption: Rob Dishington and Stewarts Garden Centre Manager, Paul Hilliam hear the angelic voices of the Year 5 choir. Picture courtesy of Stewarts Garden Centre Charity, Latest News | Posted: Monday, December 17th, 2018 at 12:59 pm | return to news Angelic singing raises funds and…
Two young men summited and slept on three of the UK’s highest mountains to raise money for the Dorset-based John Thornton Young Achiever’s Foundation (JTYAF).
Officers investigating a racially-aggravated assault in Bournemouth are releasing a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.
A combined clean-up operation between Acitsense, St Edward’s School and the SEA LIFE Trust resulted in an incredible 35 kilos of rubbish in two hours.
The managing director and founder of Liz Lean PR (LLPR) has been appointed as the new president of Dorset Chamber of Commerce and Industry and will lead the organisation into its 70th year.
Staff at Ellis Jones Solicitors sported some of their wackiest woollies for Christmas Jumper Day.
The government’s call for evidence on the Designated Landscapes Review will end on Tuesday 18 December.
A VIP reward for the Regent being the No 1 cinema in the UK and Ireland for the best audience attendance at the André Rieu concert broadcast screenings for the past four years running.
Ten Dorset gritters have been named by you, ahead of the cold snap.
Purbeck District Council has welcomed news that the secretary of state for transport has refused an application for toll increases for the Sandbanks to Studland Ferry.