The cheese and chilli festival at West Parley lived right up to its name.
Six Jitsuka students at Ferndown Ju-Jitsu Club achieved a 100% pass rate at a regional grading recently held at the Heatherlands Centre in Ferndown.
Jennie Deavin, a Bournemouth hotelier, celebrated 45 years in hospitality by partying with some of her many ‘protégés.’
The National Trust team at Kingston Lacy, near Wimborne have welcomed some new arrivals.
A load of codswallop! What better way to describe the famous Finland Fisch Schlapping Song with its Pythonesque humour and matching costumes?
Pupils from Talbot Heath School in Bournemouth used their baking skills to help the county’s cancer sufferers.
The 2016 European Football Championships will begin shortly and those wanting to purchase last-minute tickets are likely to be targeted by fraudsters posing as official sellers.
Activities for this Sunday’s birthday celebrations on 12 June for Her Majesty the Queen have just stepped up a notch in Ringwood as two well-known celebrities will be on site during the event in the town’s Market Square.
The sun shone the whole weekend as a total of 5,253 rowers from 153 clubs and schools took part in the National Schools Regatta at Dorney Lake from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 May. Canford’s 12 crews made up of 58 pupils had a hugely successful weekend, both in terms of the races they won and the experience they gained at this national event.
With just days to go until the first New Forest Arts Festival starts this weekend, around 60 guests attended the festival launch yesterday (7 June) and had a chance to meet some of the artists.