Work to replace sand on parts of Weymouth beach and improve flood protection will begin next week. (26/11)
Dorset Council will use dump trucks and excavators to move sand from the southern end of the beach, near the Peninsula, to ...
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A Flood Alert has been issued by the Environment Agency for West Dorset Rivers and Streams.
Flooding is possible for: Rivers Lim, Char, Winniford, Simene, Brit, Asker, Mangerton and Bride.
River levels are forecast to rise in West Dorset Streams and ...
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Play your part this winter to stop the spread of Norovirus in Dorset – just Think NORO!
• We can all play a role in stopping the spread of this unpleasant infectious bug
• Alcohol hand gels DON'T kill the virus ...
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A motorist who caused the death of a man by driving dangerously on the A35 near Bere Regis has been convicted and sentenced to 11 years in prison.
Adrian Miroslaw Wojciechowski, aged 29 and of Yeend Close, West Mosely in ...
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Dorset Police are giving the general public the opportunity to step into the chief constable's shoes and tell us where they want to see resources allocated. This phase allows the public to choose where to spend resources on topics ...
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Recent news items
- Raising money for young people
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- CCTV appeal following purse theft in Weymouth
- Fire Service supports National Road Safety Week
mid-morning magazinewith Heather and Peter Foster including The Friday Food Feature; Visit from Dorchester to The Lord Mayor's Show – Part 3; the daily Coffee Break Quiz,plus a variety of music
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Dorchester BID invite you to park for free in Dorchester, over the Xmas period, and become a Super Sleuth
Today is Friday Nov 22, 2019
sleeps till Christmas
A pick of local events from our full What's On Guide which lists a large number of activities and events around the county including Arts Centres.
22nd/23rd John Law and David Gordon at Tincleton Gallery
The Old School House, Tincleton, Dorchester DT2 8QR. Re-interpretation of Stravinsky's 'Rite Of Spring' for two pianos. 7.30 for 8 pm. £15 inc glass of wine (£50 for 4). 01305 848909 firstname.lastname@example.org
22nd Wine Call My Bluff
Brownsword Hall, Pummery Square, Poundbury 7 for 7.30pm. Tickets in advance from 01305 261849 www.brownswordevents.co.uk
23rd An Evening Of Beethoven
St Mary's Church, Edward Road, Dorchester 7.30pm. Overture of Coriolan, Piano Concerto No. 5, Symphony no. 6 'Pastoral'. £15 Harmony Music www.dorchesterchamberorchestra.org
24th Advent Concert by The Occasional Singers
St Mary's Church, Edward Road, Dorchester. 3pm. Bruckner Motets, John Tavener The Lamb, also works by Bach, Stravinsky and MacMillan, plus carols both familiar and new. Free admission, with a retiring collection for Citizen's Advice.
28th 'The Guilty'
Corn Exchange, Dorchester 7.30pm. Showing on behalf of Dorchester film Society. Bookings in advance only via www.dorchesterfilmsociety.org.uk
28th 'A Love of Birds'
Committee room 1, County Hall, Colliton Park, Dorchester 7.15pm Talk for South Dorset RSPB group by Mary Cantrille. £3 members, £4 visitors email@example.com
29th Piratical Rum Night
Shire Hall, Dorchester from 7pm with David, Grey Bear Bar Co.'s Master Mixologist. £25 inc. drink and nibbles. www.shirehalldorset.org/visit/
30th Brewery Square Illuminations
Brewery Square, Dorchester. 4-8pm. Launch of the annual festive illuminations. www.brewerysquare.com
1st Ridgeway Singers and Band Christmas Concert
All Saints Church, Piddletrenthide. 4 pm. Adults £8, under 18 £6, family £21. 01300 348247 or 348851, or book online at www.artsreach.co.uk. For more concerts by Ridgeway Singers and Band in December see full details here.
1st Christingle Service
St George's Church Dorchester 4.30pm to celebrate the work of the Children's Society.
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