The Armed Forces Day flag was raised by Landmark Support Services (Landmark) at Wyke Regis Training Camp in Weymouth to mark the beginning of Armed Forces Week 2020.
Bournemouth hit the national headlines yesterday, when despite advice to stay away, thousands of people overwhelmed the beaches.
After just two weeks, 18 stores have shown support for a BBQ-free New Forest by withdrawing disposable BBQs from sale.
Following BCP Council’s bid to the government for £25 million of funding, Poole has been named as one of the first areas shortlisted.
During the Covid-19 pandemic more than 123,000 jobs have been supported in Dorset, either by the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) or by the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme.
Local people are to have the chance to ask questions in advance of a Dorset Council and BCP Council Joint Health Scrutiny meeting on Wednesday 1 July at which the county-wide response to COVID-19 will be discussed.
Extinction Rebellion is hosting a ‘heads-in-the-sand’ action near Boscombe Pier on Thursday 25 June, to protest government inaction on the climate crisis.
Best-selling author Minette Walters wants children and young people to share their lockdown experiences for a summer short story competition in aid of Julia’s House Children’s Hospice.
Hazel Allen, Hepatology consultant nurse and strategic lead for the Dorset Viral Hepatitis Service, is leading an initiative, together with local partners including ‘Hep C U Later’, a project that aims to eliminate Hepatitis C in the community by 2023.
Although Dorset libraries are still closed, the teams have been keeping adults and children entertained during lockdown with a packed programme of online activities.