We are living through a situation that none of us have ever experienced.
Following the Budget, (Wednesday, 11 March 2020), Dorset chamber chief executive Ian Girling said, “The Budget was dominated by Coronavirus and clearly the government is taking the threat of COVID-19 very seriously.
Seized goods worth around £2,000 plus a cheque for £500 have been gifted by Border Force to Lewis-Manning Hospice Care in Dorset.
The Chief Medical Officer today (9 March) has confirmed that three residents from the Dorset area have been confirmed as having contracted coronavirus (COVID-19).
National Express is offering a helping hand to FlyBe customers who had planned to travel across the UK after news of the airline’s collapse broke on 5 March.
Dorset Chamber has urged businesses to take action to prepare for the potential impact of the coronavirus.
Wimborne Drama Productions, Tivoli Theatre, 20 February – Review By Marilyn Barber
More than 3,700 black-tailed godwits were reported as being seen in the Brownsea Lagoon in Poole Harbour in December 2019 – a record for Dorset. Wardens on Brownsea Island said numbers remained high in January 2020, with over 2,000 birds present, even at low tide.