The New Forest National Park Authority is running the John Muir Award which is an international environmental award scheme for people of all backgrounds. It is open to groups, families and individuals and is a non-competitive, inclusive and accessible.
Come and enjoy a drop-in family workshop making up simple poems and stories inspired by Roman objects provided by the Priest’s House Museum & Garden. There will also be the opportunity to get hands on with paper making using a papyrus technique of weaving and pressing plant materials.
A popular vintage music and dance festival that takes place in Southbourne, Bournemouth is returning on Friday 1 July until Sunday 3rd July.
Agricultural machinery and equipment worth over £350,000 has been received by Kingston Maurward College as part of its brand new Agri-tech developments on the campus including a purpose built Agri-tech centre – co-funded by the college and the Dorset Local Education Partnership.
Since his re-election in May, Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner, Martyn Underhill, has outlined eight key manifesto pledges he will achieve during the first 100 days of his new term of office.
A 65-year-old club that was founded on a defunct tennis court on the village recreation ground in 1962, and whose homely clubhouse is an old agricultural building thought to have been a chicken shed, is celebrating a new sponsorship deal.
Ferndown Fete on the Field is this Saturday (18 June) and with the promise of model plane and raptor displays, it should be a flying spectacular.
Around 60,000 people are expected to visit this year’s Bournemouth Food & Drink Festival, which takes place from 17–26 June in Bournemouth Square.
Firefighting tactics devised on the training grounds of Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service could soon be saving lives on the other side of the Atlantic.
Over the last few days, 150 hanging baskets and 40 window boxes full of flowers have been put up around Wimborne ahead of this year’s competitions. These augment the summer planting, which took place at the end of May when over 80 wooden barrel planters and flower towers were filled, all ahead of the local and regional ‘in Bloom’ judging.