In order to conserve the land, cattle have been introduced to Talbot Heath, marking the first time grazing has been seen in the area in recent memory.
Children across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, who have been looking longingly at outdoor play areas, will be excited to hear that they will be able to use them in the next couple of days.
Local people are to be able to enjoy walks along a section of Poole Quay and Lower High Street, confident that they can maintain social distancing as BCP is creating enhanced space for walking and cycling.
Dorset LEP is to receive government funding to enable the expansion of the Dorset Careers Hub.
Bournemouth hit the national headlines yesterday, when despite advice to stay away, thousands of people overwhelmed the beaches.
Following BCP Council’s bid to the government for £25 million of funding, Poole has been named as one of the first areas shortlisted.
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.
Sadly, there has been an increase in the amount of litter, such as plastic bottles, takeaway containers and other rubbish, being left behind in local parks, heathlands and beaches.
People will need to allow extra time for their journey if they are travelling to Bournemouth via Wallisdown from next week
If there is one thing lockdown has demonstrated, it is that technology is vital in 2020, so it is good to hear that Dorset is to become a trailblazer in this sphere.