Stores from The Furlong shopping centre got their creative juices flowing for their annual pumpkin carving competition.
Dolphin Shopping Centre announces its support for ‘Purple Tuesday,’ the UK’s first accessible shopping day
The Dolphin Shopping Centre in Poole is endorsing and promoting the government-backed ‘Purple Tuesday,’ on 13 November.
After the installation of two ‘lest we forget’ benches near the War Memorial in West Moors, Rev Lynne Morris was there on 31 October for a dedication service alongside Royal British Legion members Grant Parrott and Peter Langholz.
Driver Stephen Neppiras has been around the block – in fact he’s just completed 30 years working for Yellow Buses.
A man who deliberately set a fire in the toilets of an office block in Bournemouth has been jailed for three years.
The Bournemouth Coastal Business Improvement District (BID) has appointed experienced solicitor and community volunteer Fiona McArthur to the position of operations manager.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One, Ferndown saw the launch of thousands of poppies from the Barrington Centre in Penny’s Walk on 27 October.
Dorset’s Douch Family Funeral Directors has expanded its free bereavement group sessions to a further three branches. They’re meetings now also take place in Swanage, Wareham and Blandford.
The Day of the Dead themed Metropole Market, on 28 October, was the last and most successful of this year’s events attracting thousands of market goers with many in full costume.
The town’s first ever Zombie Fest took place in Poole on Saturday, 27 October. The free, family-friendly event ran all day, with activities from 10am.