Dorset News headlines - Page 643
People who want to give blood in Preston tomorrow are being urged to call the national helpline and arrange an appointment.
Wareham Choral society, along with the museum, are asking people to come forward with objects and stories for a World War One exhibition in November.
Students around Dorchester have decided to hold a fashion show to promote the opening of a new Mencap shop opening in the town.
There's expected to be around 500 exhibits at this year's National Vegetable Championships at Dorset County Show next weekend.
Julian Fellows will be at today's Brew for the Few Tea Party, organised by the RAF Association in aid of the National Wings Appeal.
Laura E. James will be launching her first paperback, titled Follow Me, Follow You.
The final preparations are underway for Waterfest in Weymouth, which is just under 2 weeks away.
A mother from Somerset has started an online search for her daughter's two lost teddies, which were left at Weymouth Train Station, when the family were travelling back from their Dorset holiday.
A book aimed at highlighting the importance of marine conservation to children is being launched at the Chesil Beach Centre at 1pm today.
A B&B near Dorchester has been awarded an Old Favourites Award, which looks for the best B&B experiences.