Gemma Murphy, the founder of Ringwood based View HR, has been appointed by Stewarts Garden Centres to consult and support the business as it prepares to expand in Southern England.
Diverse Abilities is gearing up for its annual Chinese Dragon Boat Race taking place across Poole Park’s lake on Sunday 10 July between 10am and 3.30pm. The event, supported and sponsored by Spectrum Property Care, will be raising vital funds for the only charity that supports children and adults with disabilities in Dorset.
A rowing challenge event on 14 July, which sees teams of four complete a 5,000-metre distance in 30 minutes, has been launched by the Bournemouth Hospital Charity.
Abacus, the Ferndown and Andover-based vehicle hire specialist, has provided practical support for AFC Bournemouth’s first team by donating two vans – a Ford Transit and a Peugeot Partner – to help transport kit and equipment for the First Team and Youth development squads.
The public is being invited to travel back in time and board an evocative ‘1970s Express’ live music steam train celebrating the 40th anniversary of the award-winning Swanage Railway’s re-birth back in 1976.
An authentic replica of 1950s Wimborne, with its diminutive buildings and tiny shop window displays, Wimborne Model Town has been attracting and charming visitors for decades.
The youngest pupils at Manorside Academy in Poole celebrated the Queen’s birthday with a tea party thrown by the ‘big year sixes’.
Pupils at King’s Park Academy in Bournemouth celebrated the Queen’s 90th birthday with the ‘royal family’, the mayor and a cake fit for the Queen herself.
More than 140 local business professionals enjoyed a revved up wheels experience recently. After receiving their special souvenir pit passes, guests gained an exclusive preview of the festival’s most prestigious super cars and entrance to a VIP drinks reception at the Super Car Arena on the Bournemouth’s Pier Front.
A new £500,000 level crossing at Norden Gates was used for the first time on 11 June when two late-1960s-built Class 50 British Rail express heritage diesel locomotives hauled a train containing some 450 passengers from Derby to Swanage.