A special exhibition to showcase the winning images of the Backing Boscombe photography competition go on display to the public this weekend.
A roast for all seasons By Liz Turner Remember that delicious roast turkey dinner on Christmas Day? The mouthwatering aroma of the turkey, vegetables and roast potatoes? This needn’t be just a memory as the chef at the Forest Inn in Ferndown is determined that everyone should be able to enjoy the traditional roast meal…
Highly-skilled archaeologists from Dorset’s Ancient Technology Centre are embarking on the second phase of their experimental work as part of a new visitor centre at the world-famous Stonehenge.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for a man who has gone missing from an address in Bournemouth.
Lewis-Manning Hospice is inviting local artists to submit paintings for an Open Exhibition it is hosting at The Gallery Upstairs (formerly the Peacock Gallery) at Upton Country House from 18-28 January, opening 10.30am-3pm daily. The exhibition will have an element of an ‘A Breath of Fresh Air’ theme, celebrating anything to do with breath, life,…
Community First New Forest has accepted an offer of free servicing for the wheelchair accessible minibus they operate to transport infirm and vulnerable people and other community groups.
Wimborne Town FC boss Steve Cuss has described the spate of postponements which has led to his side not kicking a ball since their 6-2 victory at Evesham on 28 December as “frustrating.”
According to specialists, a cedar tree planted on the Kingston Lacy Estate in 1827 by the Duke of Wellington has come to the end of its life.
4Dorset Magazine January 2014
Yellow Buses (YB) is to increase the price of some of its fares from 5 January. The changes coincide with a decision to raise the age for child fares from 18 to 19 years. The company is also introducing a family ticket for one adult and up to three children called the All Day Glo4.…