A Shaftesbury mum has created an online community for runners to share their routes and advice. Laura Langley says she’s ‘excited’ at how quickly her Faceboook forum has developed, since its launch earlier this month.
Month: February 2019
How refurbishing Shaftesbury’s loos is changing lives | TV’s Andrew Marr visits Gold Hill | The father and son team photographing our changing High Street | The new Ye Old Two Brewers owners talk about their move to Shaftesbury | The Fontmell Magna mum whose nature blogs is bringing families together Read More
Shaftesbury’s public loos will be open for the start of the tourism season The work is being undertaken by a one-woman social enterprise, determined to help men leave Guys Marsh Prison with increased options for their future employment.
Comedian, TV presenter and late night radio host Iain Lee will be one of the star attractions at this year’s Shaftesbury Fringe.
An ambitious project to document Shaftesbury’s High Street is in its second year and St James photographer, James McMillan, is now being assisted in his work by a young, up-and-coming Dorset photographer – his son Finn.
The Chairman of Shaftesbury Football Club says he’ll relinquish his role if a new chairman, prepared to invest in the club, came forward. Steve Coffen has also outlined how SFC hopes to achieve future league success by following a new commercial strategy and by encouraging more volunteer involvement.
St James pub, Ye Olde Two Brewers, will open this weekend with a new landlord and landlady, Dimitrios and Lynne Damalitis. The husband and wife team are in listening mode and they’re keen to hear what locals would like from ‘the pub down the hill.’
In the current climate it’s easy to forget that the internet can be a force for positivity and good, in the right hands. And when Kim Master’s fingers hit her keyboard, she’s working to share stories and experiences that bring families together, enrich childhoods and celebrate the hidden treasures on Shaftesbury’s doorstep.