If you were looking forward to a chilly dip in the sea this Christmas, sadly you are going to be disappointed.
After our wonderfully long summer, and with autumn upon us, we can now look towards Christmas – with optimism.
The six schools of Heath Academy Trust in Dorset and Hampshire staged their Christmas nativities and shows with a variety of themes.
A well-supported Save the Children Parade set off around Wimborne Minster on 14 December bringing colour and festive cheer with it.
Pupils at a Wimborne Middle School have raised more than £2,000 for children with cancer after a series of pre-Christmas fundraising events.
Youngsters from one of Dorset’s smallest schools joined a crowd of hundreds when they took part in 50th anniversary celebrations for Christingle.
Children celebrate Christmas with Variety Caption: Children and staff from Annie’s Nursery with Frances Cornelius (standing left) and Judy Hiscoke, Variety volunteer, (standing right). Bournemouth | Posted: Thursday, December 6th, 2018 at 9:29 am | return to news Children celebrate Christmas with VarietyMore than 100 children enjoyed a Christmas party with gifts at the Marsham…
Lord Montagu will be waving off a festive convoy of over 100 VWs on 2 December as they set off from Beaulieu to deliver Christmas presents to youngsters at the Piam Brown unit at Southampton General Hospital.
Bournemouth businesses are being invited to get into the seasonal spirit by creating their own unique Christmas Trees out of their products or services.
Westbourne starts its Victorian-themed Christmas celebrations with a free-to-attend Choirs by Candlelight service, complete with snow, held in the beautiful arcade on 30 November from 4 pm – 7.00pm