Two very large and extremely heavy artefacts have been airlifted by crane into Dorset Museum, ahead of the shell of the building being completed and the roof fitted later this summer.
Thanks to a donation of £15,000 from Talbot Village Trust, Dorset’s disability charity, Diverse Abilities, has been able to purchase new wheelchair accessible vans.
Young fairy door designers have seen their creations brought to life at Furzey Gardens in Minstead following an online competition to design new doors for the garden’s famous collection during lockdown.
Wimborne Tourist Information Centre has celebrated a name change after a major upgrade as part of a £700,000 restoration project at the neighbouring Priest’s House Museum, which owns and operates the centre.
Ian Thornton, 77, from Ringwood, was determined to help others during lockdown – and to keep fit at the same time.
Two men have been given prison sentences following an investigation into an incident where gunshots were fired in Weymouth.
The wearing of face coverings is on all our minds at the present time, and at Poole Hospital, Christine Clark, a local artist, has painted staff members in their masks to showcase the work of the oral and maxillofacial surgery team.
BCP Council has already awarded £2m from its Local Discretionary Grant fund and there is more available for businesses in Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole
The Dolphin Shopping Centre in Poole is providing shoppers with the opportunity to design its popular rooftop honey packaging.
Wessex Cancer Trust’s flagship fundraising event, Walk for Hope, is still going ahead this year but in a different format.