Diverse Abilities, Dorset’s disability charity, launched its Lilypad Appeal last year and is now just £35,000 away from providing vital support to even more local children with disabilities, and their families.
Construction of a bridge linking Crown Mead with Waitrose in Wimborne is due to start at the end of September.
This year’s Sting in the Tail festival takes you on a storytelling journey of pirates and princesses, railways and bicycles, and even introduces you to Jesse Owens and the Olympics.
Colin O’Shea, a Public Safety Officer at Bournemouth’s Castlepoint Shopping Park, has received recognition for using quick thinking to keep the peace within one of the retail establishments.
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) says the number of jellyfish blooms – the visual phenomenon of jellies massing together – in UK coastal waters is on the increase as our seas start to warm up.
An impressive exhibition of New Forest paintings, portraits, cartoons and caricatures by Ringwood-based artist
Anyone who has never run before or who has done very little running has the chance to get off the couch and get running with a nine-week course.
A partial road closure that was being trialled in Poole Park as part of the bid for Heritage Lottery Funding will be fully reopened on Saturday 30 July.
Children aged 5–14 have been enjoying sports, crafts and performing arts activities at Ballard School’s summer camps. Open to local and visiting children, the camps run until 19 August.