Wimborne Town FC boss Steve Cuss has described the spate of postponements which has led to his side not kicking a ball since their 6-2 victory at Evesham on 28 December as “frustrating.”
According to specialists, a cedar tree planted on the Kingston Lacy Estate in 1827 by the Duke of Wellington has come to the end of its life.
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Yellow Buses (YB) is to increase the price of some of its fares from 5 January. The changes coincide with a decision to raise the age for child fares from 18 to 19 years. The company is also introducing a family ticket for one adult and up to three children called the All Day Glo4.…
The Christchurch League of Friends has funded a £6,000 Motomed bike for the hospital’s Physiotherapy Department. The Motomed bike is designed for use by patients who have lost strength in their muscles owing to conditions such as Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, paraplegia, tetraplegia, and a range of other neurological diseases as well as people who have…
Whether you’re a novice walker or an experienced hiker, fancy rounding up some friends to join you or want to go it alone and make new ones – walking festivals are a great way to set new fitness goals for the New Year and experience some spectacular scenery along the way. Here is the South…
Dorset Police together with partner agencies are advising communities that there will be more high winds and heavy rain across Dorset until Sunday 5 January, with severe flooding in some areas.
The winners of a schools competition that helps children learn about the magic of recycling by conjuring up a ‘waste wizard’ have been presented with their prizes.
A hat-trick from Calor League top-scorer Mark Gamble spurred Wimborne Town FC to a 6-2 victory at Evesham United last Saturday (28 December).
Matthew Purser, reported missing last week, has been found safe and well.