Dorset Police and East Dorset District Council have agreed the use of dispersal powers under Section 30 of the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003. These powers will be used as an additional measure to those already being used to tackle anti-social behaviour in Verwood and the Potterne area. Dorset Police are currently providing an enhanced level…
There is still time to catch the colourful exhibition currently showing at the Hayloft Gallery 14 Wick Lane, Christchurch, which finishes on 5 September.
Conservative MEP Julie Girling, who represents SW England and Gibraltar, is currently visiting the Rock to meet with Government Ministers, local police and others regarding the current border crisis. During her trip, she will discuss the escalation of Spanish action with local politicians and many of her Gibraltarian constituents. Mrs Girling, who has recently faced…
Police are warning of the dangers of riding motorcycles and mini motos at speed without safety helmets, following a number of reports of dangerous riding in North Bournemouth in recent months. Over the past six months Dorset Police has seen a significant increase in reports and complaints about bikes being ridden on parks and side…
The second round of contestants for the Voice of Ferndown performed at the Nightjar on 14 August. Samantha Stevens, Linda Sambrook and Camilla Tabor sang like true stars. Each brought a different quality to the evening and luckily the few glitches with the sound equipment didn’t phase them.
Hi I’m Susie and when I came into Waggy Tails Rescue, I was pregnant and gave birth to two healthy puppies, Lenny and Summer. They are now with their new families and I would love to have a new family of my own. I’m a good girl in the house and soon settle in a car. I need about two hours exercise a day and am good on a short lead. Everyone says I am a loving, friendly and responsive little girl, but I need lots more training to fit in with a family, preferably with no small children or other pets.
School might be out for the summer but Lewis-Manning Hospice in Poole is already making preparations for its ‘Back to School Quiz’, sponsored by Jobshop UK, which will once again be held at Parkstone Grammar School on Friday 27 September.
The Oak Academy – LeAF Campus in Bournemouth is celebrating a 100 per cent A-level pass rate.
A total of 103 students took the exam with the academy achieving the highest number of A*-B grades to date.
A new dirt jump project has now been opened for BMX bikers at Ford Lane Recreation Ground, Ferndown. This new development sees tracks suitable for all ages and abilities. Ferndown Town Council, working in partnership with East Dorset District Council’s Countryside Management Service, have implemented the project and have continued to enlist the help of the community to help design and develop the area for optimum results.