Work to resurface a section of Herbert Avenue in Poole is due to start on Tuesday 26 May 2015. The work, between Arne Avenue and Alder Road, is scheduled to take place from 7am to 7.30pm daily until Friday 29 May. To help traffic flow, one lane will remain open to vehicles at all times.…
As one of his last duties in his year of office, East Dorset District Council’s Chairman, Cllr Robin Cook has presented the first recipient with the Community Volunteer Award which he instigated. The award has gone to John Hare-Brown, Secretary of Wimborne In Bloom. Not only has John been an active member of the organisation…
A new bin has been placed at Mudeford Quay for fishermen to deposit rubbish which they might find while they are out at sea.
Poole’s beaches continue to keep the Blue Flags flying high with four awards as this year’s winners for the coveted Blue Flag are announced
The Annual Spring Coffee Morning held at the home of Anthony and Christine Oliver on Saturday 16 May raised £446. On a fine sunny morning around 100 people attended and in spite of a cool breeze some sat out and enjoyed the garden. A bring and buy stall and a raffle helped to swell the proceeds…
Highcliffe Castle’s summer exhibition ‘The Rise of the Phoenix: The Last 60 Years’ opens on Friday 22 May and runs until Sunday 13 September.
Poole’s innovative pop-up shop will be showcasing exciting career opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) from Tuesday 26 May.
Alan Dean MBE from the Rotary Club of Ferndown handed over a cheque to Dorset Blind Association on 19 May
To mark the 800th anniversary of the signing of Magna Carta in 1215, Wimborne Rotary is holding a special event in the Minster in conjunction with the Wimborne Deanery
Police investigating an indecent exposure at a football match in Poole are appealing for witnesses to come forward.