The Big Friendly Read hopes to get children reading on a giant scale.
Champagne celebrations were the order of the day when Desmond Whiting became a centenarian.
Bereaved children’s charity MOSAIC has benefited by £1,000 after Verwood Rotary president John Wadge chose to support it during his year in office.
The Universal Credit (UC) system that replaced six means-tested benefits and tax credits is causing people to be unnecessarily evicted, according to DWP Housing Partnership, Dorset’s biggest private landlord, with around 3,000 tenants in total, 40 of whom are on Universal Credit.
Alice in Wonderland on horseback was the way in which Green Cottage RDA (Riding for the Disabled Association) celebrated the Queen’s 90th birthday on 7 July.
Viewpoint Magazine July 2016 Your Independent Local Magazine INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Tree trunk could become art installation – Fordingbridge mayor elected for 8th time – The Furlong celebrates 25th anniversary – Satellite maps put the New Forest in the dark – Where has the UK’s most elusive insect gone? – Ferndown incinerator raises ugly head…
A line-up of activities and events planned for a weekend of summer fun from Friday 22 – Sunday 24 July has heralded the arrival of summer at Dorset Wildlife Trust’s (DWT’s) Kingcombe Centre in west Dorset.
The new M&S Foodhall in Ferndown welcomed its first customers today (6 July).
A man who assaulted a paramedic who had come to his aid following a fight has been sentenced.
Roll up, roll up! Happy’s all-human circus comes to Christchurch on 22-24 July, presented by East Close Hotel and Meyrick Estate.