The ninth Bournemouth Air Festival came to a spectacular close on Sunday with a show-stopping finale from a trio of RAF aircraft – the Red Arrows, Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and Typhoon.
The zig zag path to the beach from Highcliffe Castle grounds has had to be closed temporarily following a structural inspection by an independent consultant engineer.
Funds for local charities are again being raised by the Great Dorset Steam Fair by offering steam powered trailer rides around the heavy haulage arena during the event.
A picture of a suspect caught on CCTV after a woman’s purse was stolen from West Parley has been released by police.
“Words cannot describe how happy I am with my results and I couldn’t have done it without the help and humour of my teachers,” said a joyful Shola Pitman from Ferndown Upper School who gained A*, A & A.
Canford School is celebrating another year of very high academic achievement with nearly a quarter of all A level/Pre-U entries awarded the top A* grade – a 5% increase on 2015, over half of all grades A*/A and over four in five of all entries A*/B.
When Sixth Form students picked up their AS and A Level results at Bournemouth & Poole College there were smiles all round.
Ringwood School is celebrating another year of exceptional A level results with its largest ever cohort.
Wimborne’s QE’s School sixth form students and staff are thrilled to have achieved such excellent results this year.
The annual Careers College Big Bang event at the Bournemouth & Poole College has inspired local Year 8 students by introducing them to the exciting career opportunities available to them within STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).