THE CHESIL Bank Garden Club meets on Tuesday, 22nd May at 7.30 pm in Langton Village Hall – this is the final meeting until September & once the business is out of the way (as quickly as possible!) it is a fun evening with a garden based quiz, a…
TRANSPORT minister Theresa Villiers, pictured inset, will make tracks to a Dorset heritage railway to officially open a new signal box.
AN estimated 900 people turned out to support and enjoy Portland Rotary’s Plant and Crafts Fair at the Grove Road playing field.
A CELEBRATION of French music and family fun have been included in the packed programme for this year’s Cerne Abbas Music Festival.
YOUNG footballers put in a monumental effort as they stepped out on a charity walk in aid of a Dorset children’s hospice.
ARTWORK created by Portland students will be brightening up London’s Olympic Park to welcome international visitors.
THE minister for crime and security James Brokenshire has praised measures put in place to ensure safety during the Olympics and Paralympics in Weymouth and Portland.
POLICE have been cracking down on motorists breaking the law in Dorchester town centre.
A WEYMOUTH guesthouse owner was shocked when a search for a leaking pipe revealed a feeder pipe supplying water to two other properties at his expense.
A PILE of clothes caught alight in Martinstown due to lamplight reflecting off a mirror.
• Attendance at the Mothers’ Union Table Top Sale in the Church Rooms suffered a little from the atrocious weather, but those who did make the effort were rewarded with a wide range of goods on sale. The hall was packed with stalls ranging from…
A CAR ended up on its roof after a crash in Weymouth.
POLICE are warning motorists not to leave valuables in their cars at local beauty spots after a spate of thefts.
A WOMAN whose garden lights were heartlessly stolen has had her faith in people restored after community members rallied round.
A SHOCKED farmer made a gruesome discovery when he found one of his day-old calves had been killed.
FORMER war reporter Kate Adie is lending her support to Puddletown Library.
PORT OF JERSEY Port of Jersey: Re-tendering of the stevedoring license 2012. Invitation for Expressions of Interest in the license to provide specific stevedoring services for the marine Ports of Jersey. The port of Jersey is the sea port…
LICENSING ACT 2003 Application for Variation of a Premises Licence We, Booker Limited, of Equity House, Irthlingborough Road, Wellingborough, NN8 1LT apply for a variation of a Premises Licence for the premises known as Booker Cash & Carry,…
TIMOTHY MARK NICHOLS, aged 54, of South Instow, Swanage. Admitted failing to give information relating to the identification of the driver of a vehicle who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence, having been required by or on behalf of the…
ROSS PATRICK BEAUMONT, aged 25, of Hodview, Stourpaine. Pleaded not guilty to assault by beating and charge dismissed as no evidence offered. Bound over in the sum of £100 for 12 months to keep the peace especially towards two individuals.…
KATHERINE ANNE LINGS, aged 25, of Barrack Street, Bridport. Admitted stealing clothing to the value of £50 belonging to M and Co Stores, Bridport. Discharged conditionally for six months. Also admitted committing a further offence while subject to…
ROBERT JOHN BELL, aged 37, of East Weare Road, Portland. Admitted at Maidstone in Kent without lawful excuse damaging a Rover 200 of a value unknown. Discharged conditionally for 12 months. Restraining order made. Ordered to pay £300 compensation.
STUART BRENDON CLARK, aged 31, of Abbotsbury Road, Weymouth. Admitted failing without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of a community order made by Weymouth Magistrates Court. Community order revoked and dealt with for two original…
A TEACHER is heading to South Africa in a bid to use education to change lives.
THOMAS LIONEL PAUL GUPPY, aged 21, of no fixed abode. Admitted at Dorchester two charges of assault by beating. Community order made with exclusion requirement for 12 months, defendant not to enter a flat in Dorchester. Requirement to attend…
BRING your stories to the beach this coming weekend and take part in creating a mesh of tales that celebrate our coast and maritime heritage.
On the radio I heard Richard Drax’s response to the Queens speech.
WHY, why, why, do we have to have a one way system for four-and-a-half months?
I FIND it outrageous that bar and nightclub owners should think Weymouth and Portland Borough Council’s new sitting-out policy is a threat to café culture.
A DORCHESTER firm is celebrating again after scooping its fourth industry award in less than a year.
LOCAL manufacturing will come under the spotlight at an event to highlight opportunities for businesses in south Dorset.
GARDEN centre boss Charlie Groves is saddling up to help in a 247-mile ‘Barathon’.
A WEYMOUTH woman who became the country’s first female speedway professional is gearing up for the ride of a lifetime.
MISTY HAPPY1st BIRTHDAY Love ~ Mummy, Daddy, Grandma and Sister Saffie Stolen from us on 26.08.2011. Still loved and missed by us all. Any information please phone 07902 926633
LICENSING ACT 2003 New Premises Licence Notice is given that CHESIL BEACH CAFE LTD has applied to Weymouth & Portland Borough Council Licensing Authority for a new Premises Licence under the Licensing Act 2003 for the premises known as; …
Witnesses are being sought after multiple burglaries at a location just outside Winterbourne Kingston.
Two people were taken to hospital after an accident last night.
GW ELECTRICAL tamed the Bears to win this middle-of-the-table clash.
A SIX-WICKET haul from Martinstown ace Danny Dancer booked a second round date with Frampton in the Dorchester Evening League Knockout Cup.
Dorchester Town boss Phil Simkin is determined to retain the services of university-bound Kyle Critchell.
WEYMOUTH Ladies have made the first signing for their 2012/13 season.
DORCHESTER Bowls Club and St Osmund’s Middle School have linked up to improve opportunities for the youth of the area to try their hand at indoor bowls.
CHICKERELL Youth FC’s annual football tournament at Budmouth College once again proved a huge success.
BLUE is now the colour for Elle Saunders after winning a place at the Chelsea FC Academy.
HOLLY Butt came away from the Olympic Stadium with a silver medal after representing the West of England at the UK School Games.
DORCHESTER Town Youth bagged four titles at their 11th annual tournament at Sandringham Sports Centre.
PALMER - Ray. Treasured memories of our dear brother Ray who was taken from us 6 years ago. Always in our thoughts. Thinking of you today. From your brothers and sisters xxx
PHILIP DANIELS Happy 60th Have a great day All my love ~ Pat xxxx --------*-------- Hope you have a great birthday Dad. Lots of love ~ Ben & Andrea, Katie, Alex and Frank xxxxx
RANDALL – Muriel Joan. Passed away peacefully at Lymewood Nursing Home, Uplyme on 5th May 2012 aged 87 years. Dearest sister of Marjorie and the late Edward and Geoffrey, and a much loved cousin. Will be sadly missed by all family and friends.…