We are all being asked to ‘shine a light’ to mark International Nurses Day on 12 May, and recognise the extraordinary work that nurses are doing in the fight against coronavirus.
A £40,000 grant made by Dorset Clinical Commissioners will enable Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Forest Holme Hospice, Dorset Health Care and Lewis Manning Hospice Care to collaborate on making it easier for people approaching the end of life, and their families, to share their experiences, learn from and support each other.
Now is the time to look towards a more positive future, and to find out how you could make a difference to the life of a child.
Fears for the future of tourism in Dorset – which is valued at around £1 billion a year, and supports almost 40,000 jobs – has been highlighted in two surveys conducted by Dorset Council’s Visit Dorset team and Dorset Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
An insight into how former England National Rugby Union Captain Tony Diprose, now head of sport at Canford School, is tackling the COVID-19 issues.
A Dorset Police officer has been charged with murder following the death of a 41-year-old Bournemouth woman.
Design and technology teachers and year 13 students at Lytchett Minster School have donated visor masks to Tops Day Nurseries.
Canadian perspective on writing in lockdown
NHS staff and other key workers across Dorset and Poole Community Exchange’s Foodbank will be able to enjoy some soft drinks, thanks to the generosity of Hall & Woodhouse.
The UK Government has announced that golf will be able to resume in England on Wednesday, 13 May 2020. All outdoor sport must be done alone or within a household group and that includes golf. There is no change to the current position in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales and so golf courses in these countries must remain closed for now.