“I am thrilled that this October, Bournemouth will be hosting its sixth Arts By The Sea Festival, which promises to be more diverse and creative than ever,” said Bournemouth councillor Lawrence Williams.
Organisers of the Great Dorset Steam Fair at Tarrant Hinton have reported a positive increase in advance ticket sales for the 2016 event, compared to the same period last year. This is following an announcement in November confirming changes to the show dates for 2016.
Taking top quality open-air theatre to the most prestigious and stunning locations throughout the UK and beyond, Illyria will return to Castle Gardens in Sherborne this summer for the seventh year running.
Peter Matthews, the General Manager at Bournemouth’s Castlepoint Shopping Park, has announced the start of the Park’s latest recycling initiative from the west roof of the main building.
The chief executive of Dorset Community Transport (DCT) has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s 90th Birthday Honours List.
In honour of the Queen’s birthday, thousands of people filled the streets of Ringwood to enjoy an afternoon of celebration on 12 June.
Yellow Buses (YB) has diverted its 1a service in Somerford after a brick smashed a window on a single-decker bus in broad daylight.
A 21-strong party from Colten Care’s Amberwood House residential and nursing home in Ferndown completed a sponsored walk from Baiter Park to the lifting bridge at Poole Quay and back to raise money for Forest Holme Hospice.
One week in June is dedicated to celebrating the most diverse and ecologically important group of terrestrial invertebrates that are often overlooked – insects.
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.