Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) and the Wildlife Trusts nationally are inviting everyone to take the challenge of doing something ‘wild’ every day for 30 days in June.
With just a few weeks to go until the UK’s biggest wheels-themed family festival, organisers have announced a host of brand new attractions for 2016, including a daredevil motorcycle stunt team, international championship racing on the beach and an Italian Job-style car chase with a British seaside twist!
Lawyers have lodged an application for judicial review to quash the decision to grant planning permission for the Mapperton Solar Farm on five grounds of procedural error, and this will now be held on 18 May in the High Court in London.
Programmed, promoted, staged and managed by young people, The Study Break is a multi-media live music event at Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts, on Friday 20 May.
Poole Dementia Action Alliance are running a pop-up shop for 3 days as part of Dementia awareness Week.
If you enjoy dining out and exploring new places to eat – here’s some new food for thought. Sole Food Safari offers tasty tours of the local culinary scene to discover new places to eat that will tantalise your taste buds.
In memory of a local photographer, an inflatable pub at Christchurch Food and Wine Festival has raised over £500 for Macmillan Caring Locally.
Kicking off the start of the Bournemouth Food & Drink Festival 2016, the Bournemouth Chamber of Trade and Commerce (BCTC) is hosting the traditional Baron of Beef event. This takes place on Thursday 16 June from 6.45pm at the Ocean View Hotel, East Cliff, Bournemouth and as part of the BCTC 100th-year celebrations, this year’s Baron of Beef event promises to be bigger and better than ever.
It is a sad fact that some children in Dorset cannot live with their family, through no fault of their own. Sometimes this is temporary, and sometimes it will be for the rest of their childhood. Dorset needs more people who can offer a family life for these children.
Businesses can count on a wealth of information about funding for growth at the May Granby Business Breakfast in Weymouth.