Shaftesbury Town Council has set aside £2,500 to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War. Read More
Rob Marsh wants to help Shaftesbury residents get fit and forge friendships using an innovative new way for locals to work out.
The Hovis loaf is back on display at the top of Gold Hill. On Wednesday evening, the restored and renovated fibreglass sculpture was driven up the cobbles in a van, before a group of four volunteers carefully manoeuvred the artwork into place opposite the Salt Cellar restaurant.
Walking is one of Britain’s favourite pastimes. And since Walking For Health launched in January, dozens of locals have become fitter and have forged new friendships on the weekly walks arranged by Shaftesbury’s fastest growing community group.
The Shaftesbury news reports and local information that you listen to on ThisIsAlfred.com could soon be broadcast on air, on a new FM radio station.
A Shaftesbury student is about to begin a challenging trek through the Himalayas to raise cash for a charity undertaking life-saving research.
You don’t usually get the chance to attend a fete on a Friday. But on 24th August, eleven teenage volunteers will kickstart the Bank Holiday weekend with stalls and fun activities on Shaftesbury’s Park Walk.