We all want to stay in our own homes, with our memories, close to friends and family and the possessions we treasure.
The doors to the Beaulieu visitor attraction will be reopened on Saturday 6 June and visitors will be invited to explore the grounds and gardens including, for a limited time only, areas of Lord Montagu’s private gardens surrounding Palace House.
During the coronavirus pandemic a huge amount of work has been going on in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole areas to ensure that people don’t go hungry.
Dorset Council is working to lower its carbon footprint over the coming months.
Although the Dorset Neon Run wasn’t able to take place in Poole Park this year, 65 participants walked, ran, and danced their own five-kilometre routes between Saturday 23 and Monday 25 May, raising £5,500 for Dorset’s disability charity, Diverse Abilities.
In this the first week that more children have returned to school, 75 per cent of Dorset schools have welcomed additional pupils into Reception and Year One, and around 50 per cent into Year 6. This will increase as some schools are opening in a phased way starting with younger pupils.
Dorset Chamber has had an input into the Government’s coronavirus policy, which has been recognised by one of the UK’s top business leaders.
Farmers and agribusinesses in Dorset are being advised to exercise caution before making coronavirus claims.
Realising that we’re all missing live dramatic performances, members of Wimborne Community Theatre (WCT) organised two online events recently.
You don’t have to find ‘an old oak tree’ in order to display a yellow ribbon to remember someone who has died.