After joining Yellow Buses on an engineering graduate scheme, Aleesha Edie has been appointed as workshop supervisor.
The 14 newly recruited elves at Stewarts Garden Centres at Christchurch and Broomhill in Dorset had their first opportunity to work with Santa in his wonderful winter wonderland on 24 November.
A Bournemouth trader who misled two vulnerable consumers when doing work at their homes in Dorset has been jailed for 22 months.
Hundreds of scarves and hats knitted by volunteers through Douch Family Funeral Directors are to be distributed to the homeless this winter.
Train enthusiast Mike Naylor was left well and truly chuffed after a Dorset dementia care home arranged for a taster experience on the Swanage Railway.
#GivingTuesday takes place on 27 November and Bournemouth Parks Foundation are hoping to raise £3,000 in one day to reach halfway towards their £200,000 fundraising target to rebuild Bournemouth’s aviary.
The world’s first disabled-led ensemble, which forms a core part of a professional symphony orchestra, filled a school hall with the sound of music when it treated pupils to an inspirational performance.
A festival of trans, non-binary and gender queer theatre comes to Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts from 29 November – 1 December.
Ahead of Fur Free Friday, an international day of action on 23 November, celebrities are speaking out against the “cruel” suffering of animals killed for the fur trade.