The Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum has been awarded a grant of £518,000 from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports, delivered by Arts Council England. This money will be used on a project to restore the original 1901 conservatory, replace the air-handling units and improve drainage. This grant forms part of almost £50 […]
This summer Poole Museum will display stories from Kushti Bok (which means “Good Luck” in Romany). The group supports people from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller backgrounds.
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole beaches have been awarded more blue flags than any other UK authority in this year’s awards.
On 1 April, Dorset Council will replace the existing district and borough councils
Four museums are swapping objects to tell stories of the region’s wicked past – from grim and gruesome to strange and shocking!
The Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre are this year’s recipients of The Geological Society R.H. Worth Award for achievements in outreach, public engagement and education.
Purbeck District Council has welcomed news that the Secretary of State for Transport has refused an application for toll increases for the Sandbanks to Studland Ferry. Following objections to the increases by local residents, businesses and councils, the application by the Bournemouth-Swanage Motor Road and Ferry Company was referred to the Secretary of State who […]
Helen Gibson, Honorary Curator of the Thomas Hardy Archive in the Dorset County Museum Date: Tuesday 23 October 2018 (Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm) Venue: Kingston Maurward College, Dorchester, Dorset DT2 8PY Admission: FREE Kingston Maurward College provide plenty of parking places on campus. When you arrive, please follow signs for visitor parking. For event […]
Walk in the footsteps of Romans this summer and discover Dorchester’s hidden past. This Summer visitors will have the opportunity to meet the Roman reenactors from Cohor I Durotriga and be guided round some of the historic sites of Roman Dorchester ‘Durnovaria’ including the Roman Wall, The Roman Town House, the only example of a […]
The first stage is underway in a process to prepare a plan which will enable the community of Wool to develop a shared vision. Wool Parish Council has expressed a wish to create a Neighbourhood Plan, commencing with the creation of a Neighbourhood Plan Area boundary. A Wool Parish Council steering group has asked Purbeck […]