Kicking off the start of the Bournemouth Food & Drink Festival 2016, the Bournemouth Chamber of Trade and Commerce (BCTC) is hosting the traditional Baron of Beef event. This takes place on Thursday 16 June from 6.45pm at the Ocean View Hotel, East Cliff, Bournemouth and as part of the BCTC 100th-year celebrations, this year’s Baron of Beef event promises to be bigger and better than ever.
It is a sad fact that some children in Dorset cannot live with their family, through no fault of their own. Sometimes this is temporary, and sometimes it will be for the rest of their childhood. Dorset needs more people who can offer a family life for these children.
Businesses can count on a wealth of information about funding for growth at the May Granby Business Breakfast in Weymouth.
As the weather warms up there is a host of outdoor activities to look forward to at Wimborne’s Knoll Gardens this summer.
BBC Celebrity Pointless – Eurovision Special winner Russ Spencer stormed to victory at the weekend with fellow band member Natalie Powers when they won a fantastic £2,500 for Bournemouth Hospital Charity and another charity.
Canford is delighted to announce a new partnership with the Dorset Cricket Board this summer. The school will be offering the opportunity for up to six County matches to be played at Canford.
Are you interested in finding out more about the wildlife at nature reserves in Christchurch, and helping to identify the species found there? If so then join the ‘Bioblitz’ taking place at Stanpit Marsh Nature Reserve from 10am on Saturday 21 May to 10am on Sunday 22 May.
Terry Head has been appointed as director at Stewarts Garden Centres after 4 years with the family owned horticultural business.
An activity day with a difference takes place this summer, encouraging families to get creative with rubbish.
Practising and retired nurses reflected on their careers as a family-owned care home operator celebrated Nurses’ Day.