STARS Dorset, the Sexual Trauma and Recovery Services charity, is increasing the availability of its telephone support line throughout the COVID-19 period.
Reggae Grammy award-winners Zion Train will headline the rescheduled Dorset Tones event taking place on Friday 13 November at The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth.
Two of Dorset’s most popular arts festivals – Inside Out Dorset and b-side – are to be postponed until next year as a consequence of the on-going coronavirus pandemic.
BCP Council’s park and ride site at Creekmoor in Poole is being mobilised for the set-up of a Covid-19 local testing site, following approval from the Department of Health and Social Care.
A Dorset funeral group is advising those who have lost loved ones about how things have changed since the coronavirus crisis began.
The Tank Museum has announced that its videos have reached a global audience and been viewed almost two million times during the coronavirus lockdown.
Open spaces have never been so much in the news as they have been during lockdown, so make sure you have your say on Dorset Council’s consultation on dogs in public spaces.
BCP Council has launched a campaign to recruit more homecare and residential care home workers across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.
Dorset council’s travel team have been lending their skills and support to help the county’s vulnerable residents, with additional safety provision for drivers.
National charity, Deafblind UK has temporarily extended its helpline opening hours to support people who have sight loss, hearing loss or both, through the COVID-19 crisis.