Hampshire Constabulary has announced that Ashya King, the five-year-old boy removed from Southampton General Hospital without consent, was found on 30 August at 8pm following a sighting in the hotel the family were staying in. The hotel staff in Malaga, Spain, recognised Ashya and his family as a result of high levels of publicity in…
Hampshire Constabulary has launched a major investigation to locate a five-year-old boy removed from Southampton General Hospital without consent.
Ashya King has a brain tumor and without treatment there are serious concerns for his welfare. He is likely to be in a wheelchair or buggy, he cannot communicate verbally and is immobile.
Over the weekend of 5- 7 September the Brownsea Island Youth Service Team (BIYST) will be following in the footsteps of the founder of Scouting. Organised by these young volunteers, the Xperimental camp is inspired by Robert Baden-Powell’s Experimental camp held on the island in 1907.
Formed on Canvey Island in Essex in the early 1970s Dr Feelgood remains one of the most popular and exciting live rhythm and blues acts in the world. The raw and uncompromising style of their performance resulted in the album ‘Stupidity’ that immediately went to the number one position in the UK charts. Dr Feelgood…
Bournemouth Air Festival has started with many of the aircraft including The Red Arrows being based at Bournemouth Airport.
It carries on until Sunday 31August with flying and fireworks taking place at night.
A rare dragonfly is now thought to have bred successfully at Moors Valley Country Park near Ringwood.
First recorded in Britain in 1996, the Lesser Emperor (Anax parthenope) is one of several species of dragonfly to have come over from Europe in the last 20 years to set up home in Britain. Two confirmed sightings have been recorded at the park in the last month.
A Green Flag has been raised at Christchurch Quay for the third year running.
The Mayor of Christchurch, Cllr Denise Jones, raised the flag at the splash park on the Quomps saying: “Congratulations to everyone involved in achieving this honour for the third year in succession.
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Christchurch Life Saving Club, whose members volunteer as lifeguards at many of Dorset’s popular beaches, has been able to purchase £1,000 worth of essential lifesaving equipment thanks to a donation from Saxon Square Shopping Centre in Christchurch.
Highly rated hidden gem By Janine Pulford You could be forgiven for walking straight past this Thai restaurant in Ringwood because you have to look skywards to find it. Overlooking the Market Place, Lemongrass is situated above The Cancer Research shop. Its entrance and parking can be found at the back of the properties. If you love Asian food, you will return again…