Shaftesbury’s monthly Sunday markets will be greener from March. Steve Dauwalder, owner of The Anonymous Travelling Market, has informed his stallholders of his new plastics policy. From next year, his traders will need to meet recycling requirements when they sell refreshments.
Month: December 2018
Shaftesbury Town Council’s community-backed bid for ‘The Wilderness’ has been unsuccessful at auction this afternoon.
Volunteers use speed guns to tackle speeding in Motcombe speeding | Comedy nights starting at Shaftesbury Arts Centre | Why Shaftesbury photographer Bella West is exhibiting in Westminster | A Shaftesbury man who faced death wants to help coma patient’s families | Shaftesbury’s Tesco cuts parking time and locals react
Car parking is often an issue in Shaftesbury. And the decision by Tesco to reduce the length of time that vehicles can stay in their car park before risking a £70 penalty charge has divided local opinion.
At a time when many people are trying to steer clear of politics, a Shaftesbury woman is tomorrow heading to Westminster to take part in an exhibition of MP portraits. Read More
19-year-old Andrew White is taking a gap year. But he’s not planning to trek in Costa Rica or visit Cambodia. He’s going to spend 2019 perfecting his stand-up comedy.
Motcombe residents have taken their campaign to reduce speeding into their own hands. Literally. ThisIsAlfred’s Keri Jones visited the village to meet locals who have been promoting safe driving with homemade ‘lollipop’ patrol signs and speed guns.
Just over three months ago, Shaftesbury resident Simon Hill was given a shocking medical prognosis. He was informed that he was unlikely to live and leave Shaftesbury’s hospital. But Simon has made an incredible recovery.
Shaftesbury people are passionate about trees. Our town has its own tree walk and a highly active Tree Group. Their last public presentation was so packed it was ‘standing room only’. So if you want to hear one of Britain’s most respected tree authors and photographers talk and show incredible images, you might need to book your tickets today.