Coffee Companions tackle loneliness in Shaftesbury | Dorset Council turns down a new estate planned for Enmore Green | Shaftesbury’s original pop-up art shop | The emotional experience of the Shaftesbury handpan sessions | New CCTV cameras could identify where anti-social revellers are coming from Read More
Month: May 2019
Bell Street Dance School will prove that ‘Shaftesbury’s Got Talent’ when their young dancers perform two shows on Saturday afternoon.
Pop up galleries have become trendy recently. But Shaftesbury artist Kate Toms was ahead of the curve when she launched her annual art sale, nineteen years ago.
In a surprise move, Dorset Council Planning Committee members have disregarded officers’ guidance and turned down an application to build a new estate beside the Shaftesbury to Gillingham road.
Steve ‘Highhawk’ Cloudsong has toured the Southwest for the past three years, playing his Native American flute and a newer instrument, the handpan or hangdrum.
Julian Richards is a respected authority on archaeology – but he is turning entertainer for his Shaftesbury Fringe show, which offers a different kind of groundbreaking experience.