It was the late Ken Dodd who sang ‘Happiness, happiness, the greatest gift that I possess’ and now you too could achieve that state by joining others at the Global Happy Café.
If a man approaches you and asks for money for parking, saying the pay machine is out of service – don’t give him any as he is impersonating a civil enforcement officer.
Focusing on the concept of the ‘new you’ after lockdown, BCP Council is keen to encourage people to walk, cycle or scoot to school or college.
The team at new home care franchise, Good Oaks East Dorset, is delighted to announce that they are now open for business following full registration with the Care Quality Commission.
A plan to process more local waste and to generate additional green energy for local residents and businesses is in the pipeline – and you can have your say on the proposal.
Gardening kept us all going during lockdown, and residents of care homes were no exception.
With so many theatres being unable to stage pantos this Christmas and New Year, you thought you were going to have to wait more than a year before you could enjoy a production – oh yes you did!
If your mental health has suffered during the pandemic, you might like to participate in free online mental health sessions being organised by Dorset Mind from 14-19 September.
A total of 220 hectares of woodland and heathland was destroyed in the Wareham Forest fire which started on 18 May, and now a video with footage has been released by Litter Free Dorset.
Taking a walk during lockdown was the one thing that kept us sane, and it was during this time that we really came to appreciate our local parks.