Giant humbugs, animated monsters, clay roly poly birds and drama were just a few of the fabulous arts activities on offer at the Heatherlands and Three Legged Cross Art Weeks.
MP Annette Brooke OBE gave an exclusive video interview to mags4dorset on Friday, 8 March 2013. Interview by Laurence Jones.
Hi, I’m Blue, a one-year-old small scruffy terrier, who needs a new home after being abandoned. I would prefer a family with older children as I am a lively friendly boy who will need lots of stimulation and training and at the moment I need to be the only dog as I’m not used to…
Yellow Buses is to conduct two further pre-employment training courses targeted especially at women.
They are following on from the successful Ladies’ Recruitment Open Day, which was covered on TV and saw a surge of interest – one woman who turned up at the open day has now been offered a full-time position at the company.
Solicitor Craig Wells will be going on the run next month when he takes part in his first London Marathon.
The father of two is joining 37,000 other runners for the event on Sunday, 21 April.
West Howe is to mark the end of a decade of lottery funding with a community celebration on March 15.
The area in Bournemouth was one of just over 80 places in the country that was picked in 2003 by the Fair Share Trust to be financially supported in a ten year programme.
A new Dog Café service for pampered pooches who fancy a snack and drink whilst out with their owners has been launched by pet store chain PamPurredPets. Staff at the company’s high street and retail park stores in southern England and south wales, including Poole, Bournemouth, Ferndown and Ringwood will offer free samples of food and treats to visiting dogs as well as offer a bowl of water.
A purpose-built cannabis farm has been found in the Dorset village of West Moors.
Police executed a Misuse of Drugs Act warrant shortly after 8am on 7 March 2013 at an address in Ringwood Road, West Moors.
Ferndown Jitsu Club is using new softer mats, which are proving popular with the members of the ‘Mini Jitsu’ session. The mats were purchased with a grant from the Dorset County Community Fund. John Hanrahan Chairman said, “They have made a great difference to our youngsters and have given them the confidence to try out…
MP Annette Brooke visited Rushcombe First School in Corfe Mullen early this week to see the excellent work being done by the staff and pupils. She was particularly impressed with an Iron Age project, which incorporated the efforts of all age groups, and said that she thought the school was a “very impressive learning environment.”