Damory coaches have announced that they are to continue their support for road safety charity SafeWise. They have named the Dorset charity as their official good cause for 2016. To help the charity, the bus operators offer discounted travel to schools, for travel to SafeWise interactive centres. This helps to reduce the chance of accidents […]
Poole people Councilor, Mark Howell, has slammed head teachers and the council in the area for not realising that there is a problem with the schools. His comments come amid several negative reports on schools in the area including Ofsted giving schools a poor rating and expulsion rates quadrupling. The Councilor, elected in December 2010, […]
Disabled residents in Christchurch could be about to lose tokens they are given to use for taxis, despite the backing from Christchurch Council’s Scrutiny Committee. The council’s Resource Committee decided to scrap the scheme just six days after the recommendation was made. The decision on whether or not to get rid of the tokens will go before the […]
A ‘Green Impact’ award has been handed to staff at The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals (RBCH) NHS Foundation Trust after they reduced their carbon footprint in 2015. The award comes after the Trust saved £19,000 which can now be reinvested in to frontline patient care. Green impact is a national environmental awareness scheme that […]
The extended opening times of the ice rink in Bournemouth gardens are “unlikely to happen next year” according to Assistant manager, Patrick Luk. The activity was due to close down in early January but due to high demand at the time it was extended for another three weeks. Skaters have until Sunday January 24 to […]
Five years ago Portsmouth were playing against AC Milan in and amongst Europe’s elite. Now they play in League 2 and are run by the fans.
James Mathie talks about how YOU can get involved in YOUR club through fan ownership.