Peter Matthews, General Manager at Castlepoint, presented retiring Environmental Manager Leslie Garcia an appropriate trophy amongst the cards and gifts as the team said goodbye – a model of a green recycling bin on a stone plinth.
The pet store group PamPurredPets raised over £1,800 for the Dorset based animal rescue and re-homing charity Waggy Tails Rescue. Thirty suppliers and business contacts from the pet trade industry joined PamPurredPets founder and Managing Director Steve Fowler on the annual fun day in September.
Female fundraisers attending the Dorset Ladies Driving Challenge at Bovington Army Camp last month had the opportunity to drive one of the eight brand new £190,000 ADL Enviro 400 double deck buses introduced to the morebus fleet.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is encouraging more young people to get out and experience wildlife with a digital photograph competition.
Date: Friday, 6 December 2013 Time: 6.45pm for 7.15pm Price: £65 per person (Tables of 6 or 10) Venue: Royal Bath Hotel, Bath Road, Bournemouth, BH1 2EW Telephone: 01202 8871882 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org View Larger Map
A successful week saw Wimborne Town return to winning ways with back-to-back victories and the under 18s pull off a shock victory in the FA Youth Cup
The Mayor of Ferndown Cllr John Lewis and chair of the Ferndown In Bloom committee Cllr Jean Read presented over 15 green fingered recipients with their prizes at the annual award ceremony hosted by the Haskins Garden centre.
West Moors Youth & Community Club will have to close in December 2013 if new management committee members cannot be found.
Oh dear, Father Christmas is in a dilemma. Poor old Rudolph is very depressed, and it seems he might not be well enough to accompany Santa on Christmas Eve in the Ringwood Market Place. “I am really worried about Rudolph,” said Santa in an email to the Rotary Club of Ringwood last week, “He has…
Ferndown Mayor, Cllr John Lewis and his wife Barbara visited the MS Society’s Osborne Centre at Church Lane, West Parley last week. They were greeted by the President Alan Lindsay and Chairman John Astley, and were then taken on a tour of the facilities meeting many of the multiple sclerosis sufferers who visit regularly, as well as volunteers, without whom the Osborne Centre couldn’t run.