Bournemouth Borough Council is among councils in Dorset where there will be no transaction charges for their cashless car parking service throughout August. Bemrose Mobile, the company behind “Phone and Pay” parking will not charge any users for any transaction charges or SMS service charges for the whole of August in all local parking areas…
Police investigating a double fatal road traffic collision near Weymouth are renewing their appeal for witnesses and anyone with information to come forward.
Wimborne Town legend Paul Roast returned to Cuthbury last Saturday ahead of the game with AFC Bournemouth for a special presentation to commemorate his 14 years of service to the football club.
All things continental were sold from colourful market stalls along Victoria Road in Ferndown over the weekend of 25-27 July. From baguettes to Brie and galettes to garlic, there was much to see and buy. The market arrived in Ferndown after it was cancelled at short notice by Ringwood Town Council and there was no…
Poole is celebrating Green Flag success as three parks in the borough have achieved the sought after national award.
Cigarettes and pouches of tobacco were seized during ‘Operation Henry’.
Bournemouth has won a record number of prestigious Green Flag awards this year for its parks and gardens, keeping the town in the UK‘s top ten with the most in the South West once again. Queens Park has become the latest addition to Bournemouth’s tally which now stands at fifteen, placing Bournemouth eighth on the…
PamPurredPets’ 24 stores in Dorset and Hampshire are offering free biodegradable dog poo bags, which the group’s Managing Director Steve Fowler hopes will encourage more owners to pick their dog’s mess up and offer an eco-friendly alternative for dog owners.
Residents and school children joined forces to sow seeds on the newly created soil embankment at Branksome Recreation Ground.
The embankment has been created as part of the works to protect six open spaces and parks in Poole against unauthorised encampments. Soil embankments are an effective method of preventing unauthorised vehicles on open spaces while still leaving them accessible for pedestrians.
Shoppers in Ferndown have been enjoying a taste of the continent while basking in the heat of the Mediterranean. A French market is being held along Victoria Road this weekend (July 25-27) offering delicacies including hot food, cheese, meat, olives, bread, cakes, jams and honey, along with fragrant soaps and lavender.