Following the coronavirus pandemic, the organisers of Wimborne Minster Folk Festival re-scheduled the event from 12-14 June to 7-9 August this year.
The statue of Robert Baden-Powell is being removed from Poole Quay today, Thursday 11 June and will be put in safe storage.
Dorset Council has signed a five-year contract with the Argenti Care Technology Partnership to deliver innovative care technology services to residents.
During lockdown, more people have been using their bikes for exercise, but sadly this has had an impact on an important wildlife site near Bere Regis.
The vote of no confidence in Cllr Vikki Slade’s leadership of BCP Council, which was put forward at last night’s council meeting, failed.
Dorset HealthCare is asking local unpaid carers to recognise the value of what they do – and remember to look after themselves.
Thanks to generous supporters, Furzey Gardens has reopened its doors to visitors for the first time since March.
Eleven weeks ago, mother-of-two, Lexy, was at a loss of what to do with her successful craft party business following the lockdown.
One of Wimborne’s most popular tourist attractions, Wimborne Model Town, is re-opening on Saturday 11 July.
Volunteers have been picking up the large amount of rubbish left on beaches from Southbourne to Hengistbury Head.