Coping with lockdown
A woman in her 60s was walking her dog at Sea View viewpoint on Constitution Hill at around 1.30pm on 23 April.
BOFA International has donated several thousand face masks to hospices, nursing homes and care facilities across Dorset and nationally.
The public can now donate by text to the Swanage Railway’s £360,000 ‘Save Our Service’ appeal which has so far raised £136,168 to help the award-winning heritage line survive in the wake of the economic effects of coronavirus.
Friday 8 May marks the 75th anniversary of VE Day – the official end of the Second World War in Europe, and people are being urged to commemorate this special day safely.
Another bank holiday in lockdown is fast approaching and Dorset Tea, in conjunction with Dorset Knob Festival, is offering some good clean fun with a virtual Knob eating contest on Sunday 10 May.
Local dog owners living near the seafront in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole will be able to continue walking their dogs on the beach this spring.
A wide range of help is available for people living in Christchurch.
A number of essential retailers remain open at Poole’s Dolphin Shopping Centre.
Don’t struggle alone if you are having problems with technology – call the Dorset Digital Hotline.