Dorset News headlines - Page 637
The Groundwork Trust have been granted a 30 year lease to operate Tumbledown Farm in Southhill, Weymouth as a community food growing and education facility.
A Weymouth lifeguard takes the plunge for charity and school children in Dorset see a change to their lunches!
The Police helicopter was called out last night to search for a suspected burgla around Howard Close.
Two crewmen were airlifted to Dorset County Hospital yesterday morning after an explosion on board a large ship off Portland Bill.
Volunteer business advisors are needed to help groups of students in Dorset starting their own companies.
Dorset's AsOne theatre company are launching their latest touring project, a newly commissioned play Passion, commemorating the start of WW1 and the withdrawl of troops from the Afghanistan conflict.
A lullaby delivered by bike and a seaside puppet show with a twist are just some of the things you can see as part of the b-side art festival which starts today.
Veterans of the Dorset Regiment will be in Dorchester later this month (Saturday 27 September) to help launch a brand new book about the four Dorset battalions who fought in the Second World War.
Worried onlookers called 999 yesterday after watching a paraglider crash into the sea at Studland.
Two technical rescue crews from Weymouth have been called to a farm in Hooke to deal with a serious accident.