Anyone who has never run before or who has done very little running has the chance to get off the couch and get running with a nine-week course.
A partial road closure that was being trialled in Poole Park as part of the bid for Heritage Lottery Funding will be fully reopened on Saturday 30 July.
Children aged 5–14 have been enjoying sports, crafts and performing arts activities at Ballard School’s summer camps. Open to local and visiting children, the camps run until 19 August.
Julia’s House children’s hospice is currently on the lookout for volunteers for a variety of important roles.
Bugs, bees and all manner of wildlife are the focus of two special events at Wimborne’s Knoll Garden, on Saturday 30 July and Tuesday 2 August.
An award-winning funeral plan is now available to buy online after its creators launched a dedicated website.
Ferndown Upper School students are celebrating the arrival of 120 new bike store spaces and lockable shelter that will encourage more staff and students to cycle to school.
A teenager who travelled on the last British Rail train from Swanage to Wareham in 1972 has, 45 years later, driven the first timetabled diesel train to carry passengers from Norden along four miles of newly upgraded line – to within sight of Wareham.
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