Discover the secrets of Bournemouth’s lost archaeology in a talk on Wednesday 3 August at Bournemouth Library.
Litter bins are to be returned to Christchurch Quay at the request of residents and traders.
Ellingham U13s were not only crowned as 2016 Dorset Champions on 7 July for the first time in the ECB u13s National Club Competition, but have now progressed to the regional semi finals.
Two special Knoll Gardens Foundation events at Wimborne’s Knoll Gardens will focus on bugs, bees and all manner of wildlife.
Dorset’s disability charity, Diverse Abilities, raised over £2,500 at a ‘Ladies Lunch’ at the Harbour Heights Hotel in aid of its Lilypad Appeal, which is refurbishing its children respite home in Poole to support more children and families in the county.
Wimborne based Teachers Building Society is delighted to have been announced as Highly Commended for the What Mortgage Best Local Building Society Award.
It’s an age old adage that everybody wants to run away and join the circus but Stefanie Usher from Sandford did just that.
Christchurch Council’s Scrutiny and Policy Overview Committee has resolved that the decisions behind the project to construct 12 beach huts at Highcliffe in partnership with Plum Pictures are to be examined.
A wheelchair-bound teenager with cerebral palsy has launched an online job-hunting campaign with the tongue-in-cheek catchphrase “transport not a problem”
Characters from the Ice Age movies, Sid, Scrat and Diego, will be at Castlepoint, Bournemouth, on Saturday 23 July to meet fans from 11.30am to 3pm at 30 minute intervals.