Dorset Cancer Care Foundation’s (DCCF) annual fundraising drive has seen impromptu tea parties popping up all over.
After a two-year break the gardens at Waterston Manor, near Puddletown, will again be opened to the public. Not only can visitors enjoy the spectacular gardens, they can also participate in a treasure hunt for a piece of Chinese porcelain. There will be a large fair with craft and food stalls, live music, a fun dog show and a specialist plant sale. Proceeds from the day will go to Dorset CPRE, the Campaign to Protect Rural England.
A prolific driving offender has been handed a four-week prison sentence suspended for 12 months and a two-year driving ban.
Faith Links, an interfaith organisation operating in Bournemouth and Poole, donated two full bags of headscarves for cancer patients to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital.
Based at the Haskins Garden Centre in Ferndown, members and friends of Parley Rotary Club put pedal power to the test over the Fathers’ Day weekend to raise more than £2,500.
A man ran out of Ernest Jones in Old Christchurch Road with a Raymond Weil leather-strapped watch, valued at over £2,000.
To mark the start of Armed Forces Week on 20 June, a special flag was raised at Purbeck District Council’s offices.
Detectives are appealing for the public’s help to identify the owner of a bicycle that has been recovered in Wimborne.
The Prime Minister, David Cameron has said he will step down in October following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.
New detailed satellite maps of light pollution in England show that the New Forest boasts some of the darkest skies in the south east.