Today (19 May) marks a National Specials Day to thank and celebrate support from special constabularies all over the country during the COVID-19 crisis.
People cycling along our local promenades are being urged to observe the speed limit, to give priority to pedestrians, to give all they pass a two-metre wide berth and not to cycle in groups.
Depending on government advice, Dorset schools could open on 1 June for Reception, Year One and Year Six pupils. However, parents will not be fined for non-attendance at this time.
Designated a world heritage site in 1999, Poole Harbour is one of the world’s largest natural harbours and is treasured by everyone who visits the area.
If you are returning to work – how are you going to get there if you cannot walk, cycle or drive?
Criminals are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic by turning their attention to online crime. As lockdown continues, across the UK, there has been a drop in street crime of 21%. However, online crime, driven by predatory transnational gangs, is on the rise.
Its Mental Health Awarenesses Week and the hair industry has been shut down for nearly two months already with more weeks to go.
“Time is running out for businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors,” says Bournemouth Coastal Bid, and it is urging the government for more clarity and assistance.
‘BBQs Burn More Than Bangers’ is a new campaign to remind people that BBQs are illegal on heathlands and to promote the use of alternative designated barbecuing destinations.
East Dorset Citizens Advice (EDCA) is amongst 100 groups who have received funding from Dorset Community Foundation.