A Dorset care home resident has shown that age is no barrier when it comes to raising cash for Sport Relief. John Griffiths, 87, was determined to do his bit for the charity appeal by joining an in-house cycle relay at Colten Care’s Canford Chase. Thirty team members, volunteers and guests at the Branksome Park home planned to pedal on … Read More
Dorset Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) chief executive Ian Girling today welcomed business friendly measures in the Budget.
LeAF Studio students have recently returned from a trip of a lifetime to Hollywood.
Children at Colehill First Shool in Wimborne launched an appeal for their library on World Book Day.
Experience family lawyer Lesley Powell has joined Dorset and Somerset law firm Battens Solicitors.
A Portsmouth chartered surveyors has warned investors against cutting corners in a bid to beat a Stamp Duty rise in April.
Harewood College students scored highly in national maths competition.
Children at Merley First School in Dorset gave their mums a special Mother’s Day treat.
One of the country’s most prominent and expert rail enthusiasts who died aged 71 was taken to his funeral in a carriage he had restored himself. Mike Stollery was a life-long rail fanatic and was one of the people who began the restoration of the Swanage steam railway in Dorset which he volunteered on for 44 years. Such was his … Read More
The specialist rail recruitment agency acquired by Berry Recruitment Group (BRG) has won a major contract to supply temporary workers and permanent recruitment services to one of the UK’s leading transport companies, The Go-Ahead Group. Express Rail Services’ manager Justin Ayling said the Go-Ahead contract could be worth millions of pounds a year to the rapidly-growing recruiter. Being part of … Read More