With the week starting on a rainy note it is a good time to visit your local library – and the good news is that nine Dorset Council libraries re-opened today Monday 27 July.
A total of 15 local groups who were in need during COVID-19 have benefited from the BH Coastal Lottery.
Coronavirus outbreaks in Dorset are to be monitored by a new COVID Health Protection Board.
Although all Poole Lifeboat Station’s usual fundraising activities have been cancelled and the station and Old Lifeboat Museum is closed to visitors as a result of the pandemic, you can still take part in the virtual Open Week which runs until 2 August.
A fortnight-long campaign targeting drink and drug drivers has begun in Hampshire, and runs until 9 August.
The amount of litter left behind on local beaches in June was horrendous and Litter Free Dorset doesn’t want a repeat of this.
It’s often very tempting to just nip across a road, ignoring safe crossings and mindful of this, the Dorset Road Safety Partnership has painted images and footprints on pavements to encourage people to use the correct place.
What a cutie – and this timid but lovable seven-year-old cat Amber could be yours if you can offer him a relaxed new home.
Things will be getting back to a ‘new normal’ at Weymouth Harbour from this Saturday 25 July.
A new practical app has been launched to allow visitors to check which beaches across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole are the least congested.