The not for profit, volunteer run, Community
Radio Station from Dorchester, covering Central-Southern Dorset

The not for profit, volunteer run, Community
Radio Station from Dorchester, covering Central-Southern Dorset

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Dorchester from The Keep
Towards Dorchester from Ridgeway
Queen Mother Square
Poundbury Fountain
Buttermarket Square
Brewery Square fountains
Weymouth Bay
Dorchester Borough Gardens
Custom House Quay, Weymouth, England
The Esplanade, Weymouth
Dorset bluebell wood
Chesil Beach from Portland
Maumbury Rings
Dorchester from The Keep
Looking towards Weymouth and Portland from Hardy's Monument
The bridge at Lower Bockhampton
Towards Dorchester from Ridgeway
Towards Charminster from Poundbury Camp
Queen Mother Square
Poundbury Fountain
Buttermarket Square
Brewery Square fountains
Weymouth Bay
Dorchester Borough Gardens
Custom House Quay, Weymouth, England
The Esplanade, Weymouth, England
Bluebell wood
Chesil Beach from Portland
Maumbury Rings
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The not for profit volunteer run community radio station from Dorchester covering central-southern Dorset

Public Health update on COVID-19 cases in Dorset

Local infection rates have fallen again this week but they are not falling quickly and are still at high levels.

Hospital admissions have levelled off but local NHS services are still under significant pressure and we are also seeing outbreaks in care settings across Dorset. Sadly these factors mean COVID-related deaths continue to rise.

It remains critically important that everyone stays at home as much as possible and only goes out for essential reasons.

More details from Public Health Dorset

Covid-19 Update 29 Jan 21

Travel to vaccination appointments safely

It’s fantastic that more and more people across Dorset are beginning to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and we know that many residents in the priority groups will be anxious to get to their appointment when it’s their turn.

Remember, the safest way for someone to get to their vaccination appointment is to travel in their own car or with their support bubble. If this isn’t possible, COVID-secure taxis are a good option.

If you are thinking of offering to help take someone outside of your household or support bubble to their appointment, please think twice.

COVID-19 can spread easily in a car. Around 1 in 3 people with COVID-19 don’t show any symptoms, so you could have it without knowing and spread it to others.

Safer options will be available for people who are unable to travel.

Advice on travelling to vaccination appointments