Alderholt residents have another chance to find out more about the new ‘recycle for Dorset’ collection service at a presentation at the Village Hall on Wednesday 13 February, at 6.30pm. All residents are welcome to attend to find out more, and ask any questions about the new recycling and rubbish collection service
Parley, Ferndown and Poor Common will soon be seeing posters reminding them to pick up after their dogs following competitions held with local schoolchildren.
As part of the package of measures to support economic growth the Government’s Chief Planner has within the last few weeks alerted Local Planning Authorities in England of the Government’s proposal for the forthcoming permitted development rights
aspiring sports star from West Moors has received a legacy award from West Moors Parish Council
Wimborne’s Knoll Gardens has announced an increased events programme for 2013. The naturalistic show garden and nursery is now offering a series of highly affordable walk and talk sessions as well as practical gardening events, all in addition to its popular ornamental grass masterclasses. Running from 14 March–17 October, the events will be led by…
Mollie Benson from Ferndown is an inspiration to us all. At the grand age of 90, she still visits her local gym, Ferndown Leisure, not once, but twice a week to keep fit and enjoy a bit of socialising. For 13 years, Mollie and her two friends, Pam Morrell (72) and Pam Prendergast (78) both…
Wimborne Town goalkeeper Jason Harvell proved himself to be a Cuthbury hero after two stunning performances helped halt the Magpies’ slump in home form.
Wimborne went into last Tuesday’s home game against visitors Shortwood United after gaining just one point from their previous five Southern League encounters at Cuthbury.
The members of the Ferndown in Bloom Committee are inviting any Ferndown residents who would like to consider joining the voluntary committee members to help steer, support promote, and possibly even judge the 2013 competition to attend the Annual General Meeting on Thursday, 14 February.
There has been an enthusiastic start to the free weekly cycle rides from Highcliffe Castle being organised by the Christchurch and East Dorset Partnership.
The volunteer-led adult rides set off from the castle every Monday morning at 10am.
The rides are free and last no more than an hour, using quiet lanes, roads and off road cycle lanes. Each ride is led by a different volunteer so the routes will vary but they always finish with a sociable cup of tea or coffee.
John Davis who has been responsible for the production of Wimborne Minster’s parish magazine ‘PRINT’ for the last twenty years has retired. John took over the production of PRINT with his wife Connie in December 1992. With a small publication team, they produced the monthly magazine. Connie died in October 2007, but John continued to produce the publication very…