Local people are being given the chance to shape health and wellbeing services in Dorset. Local councils and NHS services are working together on a shared plan which sets out health and wellbeing priorities over the next few years.
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Harry Burton’s evocative photographs of the discovery of The Tomb of Tutankhamun are currently on show at The Tutankhamun Exhibition in Dorchester. Tutankhamun’s Photographer is a special mini exhibition featuring a selection of gravure prints originally used in ...
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A Dorset sheep farmer has been prosecuted and fined after failing to adequately care for her animals and leaving dead sheep on her land.
On 15 July 2019, at Weymouth Magistrates’ Court, Karen Harper (aged 51) of Charlton Marshall, near ...
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Hundreds of people flocked to Dorset County Hospital in the weekend’s sunshine to enjoy its first Summer Spectacular.
The event, held on Saturday 6 July, has been hailed an overwhelming success, raising more than £2,500 for the hospital’s Chemotherapy Appeal, ...
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Below is a small example of forthcoming local events. The full What’s On Guide includes local Arts Centres and lots more activities and events further afield.
17th Casterbridge Male Voice Choir & Portland Singers Weymouth Bay Methodist Church, Melcombe Ave, Weymouth 7.30pm £5 from Dorchester TIC email@example.com
19-21 Moonbury Rings Maumbury Rings, Dorchester. Friday night ‘Apollo-One Giant Leap’ music, Saturday open air cinema and Sunday science fun for families – Learn to be an Astronaut 12 noon-4pm www.moonburyrings.co.uk
19-21 Tolpuddle Martyrs’ Festival 2019 See website for details www.tolpuddlemartyrs.org.uk
25th ‘Love, praise, indifference, blame’ Kingston Maurward College. Free lecture on Hardy’s Emma Poems by Phillip Mallett, University of St Andrews. 7 for 7.30pm. More details 01305 262735 or visit www.hardysociety.org
27th Social Bingo Night Christchurch Court Community Hall, The Grove, Dorchester. Doors open 6pm. Eyes down 7pm. For Fundraising Friends 222 (Formerly known as Dorchester Moose 222). In Aid of Mosaic, supporting bereaved children. More about Mosaic here
27th Curious Creatures Martinstown Village Hall 2.30pm Squashbox Theatre Productions A£6 U18s £5 Family £20 01305 889963 www.artsreach.co.uk
27th Plastic-Free Picnic Borough Gardens, Dorchester 11am-3pm With inspring ideas for plastic reduction. Bring your plastic-free picnic.
27th Dorset Arts Market Dorchester Town Football Club. 10am-2pm. Supporting and promoting Dorset artists. Free entry and free parking.
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