Dorset-based Eco Sustainable Solutions wants to give back to community heroes, charities and good causes that have gone that extra mile during lockdown.
Some people say they really enjoyed the different challenges lockdown brought, whilst others hated every minute.
Saturday 4 July is the day many people have been looking forward to, as many pubs, cafes and restaurants will be re-opening.
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.
Inevitably, despite the gradual easing of lockdown and the opening up of businesses, there are going to be huge job losses.
Eleven weeks ago, mother-of-two, Lexy, was at a loss of what to do with her successful craft party business following the lockdown.
Realising that we’re all missing live dramatic performances, members of Wimborne Community Theatre (WCT) organised two online events recently.
BCP Council have processed over 5,000 business grants in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole for businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic. These exceed the £70m mark.
The governments in all four nations of the UK have been called upon by Adoption UK to provide additional funding and resources to help schools support those children who will struggle most, when educational settings re-open, post Covid-19 lockdown.
The Flower Factory Garden Centre along Ringwood Road is attracting many purchasers who are buying trays of plants despite lockdown regulations.