Following the Budget, (Wednesday, 11 March 2020), Dorset chamber chief executive Ian Girling said, “The Budget was dominated by Coronavirus and clearly the government is taking the threat of COVID-19 very seriously.
Seized goods worth around £2,000 plus a cheque for £500 have been gifted by Border Force to Lewis-Manning Hospice Care in Dorset.
The Chief Medical Officer today (9 March) has confirmed that three residents from the Dorset area have been confirmed as having contracted coronavirus (COVID-19).
National Express is offering a helping hand to FlyBe customers who had planned to travel across the UK after news of the airline’s collapse broke on 5 March.
Dorset Chamber has urged businesses to take action to prepare for the potential impact of the coronavirus.
Wimborne Drama Productions, Tivoli Theatre, 20 February – Review By Marilyn Barber
More than 3,700 black-tailed godwits were reported as being seen in the Brownsea Lagoon in Poole Harbour in December 2019 – a record for Dorset. Wardens on Brownsea Island said numbers remained high in January 2020, with over 2,000 birds present, even at low tide.
The grieving family of a Ringwood woman who sadly died following a collision in Sixpenny Handley has issued a tribute.