Poole councillors are recommending not to proceed with proposals to extend the car parking pay and display scheme in roads near to Poole’s beaches and the implementation of car parking charges in some of the borough’s parks.
Take part in a thrilling experience and benefit local charities at the same time by abseiling down St Mary’s Church tower in Ferndown on Saturday 16 July.
The Bestival family has a long and august history of going that extra mile, making the world of festivals bigger, better and brighter. And this year is no exception, pushing the boundaries of bobbing up and down to the very limit, they’ve teamed up with Cardiff-based Something Creatives to make what they believe is the world’s biggest bouncy castle!
INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Poole A&E under threat – Wimborne Folk Festival 2016 – Kinson Summer Festival – Maria Markova meets artist Sarah Moore – East Dorset Chairman raises almost £4k for local charities – Bournemouth jazz by the sea heralded huge success! – Thousands can’t get enough of the Food Festival – Council bags share of a £11.5million fund – The Drovers Pub saved by local campaign – Become part of the Purbeck Marathon 2016 – New Chairman for East Dorset – Wimborne’s Victoria Hospital MIU Upgraded – Martyn Underhill sworn in for second term as Dorset PCC – plus much more
There will be plenty of sun, sea, sand and sport this summer when Poole plays host The British Beach Sports Festival 2016 for the very first time.
St Aldhelm’s Academy pupils are among the first ‘graduates’ of AFC Bournemouth’s Premier League ‘Reading Stars’ programme.
Detectives investigating an alleged serious assault at a holiday park in Poole where a man died have released CCTV images of a potential key witness they would like to speak to.
This year the Stewarts Garden Centre in Christchurch has achieved a record number of merit awards from the South Thames Garden Centre Association.
Around 300 people took to Bournemouth seafront on Friday evening to help raise funds for medical equipment that will change the lives of hundreds of women at Bournemouth Hospital Charity’s Twilight Walk for Women.
Speaking from the recording studio, where she is working on a new album, Caro said, “A new year, new songs, a new show, a new tour.