The creator of an eco-friendly modular building system, favoured by prestigious British companies, is making Shaftesbury his research and development base.
Shaftesbury’s Hospital League of Friends helpers have devised an innovative way of raising funds for two new electric vehicles. The volunteers want locals to purchase the transport piece-by-piece.
A group of Shaftesbury residents wants the Town Council to call a public meeting to discuss concerns over the introduction of 5G mobile networks. Opponents claim that 5G could cause cancer, but public health agencies say UK safety standards are met.
A Motcombe outdoor leader is helping visitors discover the stunning scenery of Shaftesbury and the Cranborne Chase on two wheels. Dan French is applying his experiences from his award-winning Exmoor Adventures to his new North Dorset-based adventure business.
More people are choosing non-religious services to mark life’s milestone events. Alfred meets Shaftesbury’s own celebrant, Elizabeth Tricks, who explains how she started in this career and how a celebrant can enhance your special occasion.
The first authors have confirmed attendance at Shaftesbury’s first Literary Festival next year. Organisers have chosen a name and date for the nature-writing themed weekend event. Now they’re keen to find funders.
Shaftesbury’s Abbey Museum is preparing for more non-English speaking tourists next season. Their Chairman has taken action after noticing increased numbers of overseas visitors. The TIC Manager has recognised a similar pattern. Alfred reports.
71-year-old Shaftesbury man joins round-the-world yacht race | Experts hired to revitalise Shaftesbury’s Sunday market | The Tourist Information Centre may soon run out of money. They want funding and the Mayor has suggested moving locations to save cash | A Shaftesbury internet company launches a unique free promotion for Dorset producers | Professional story teller Jane Flood previews her Grosvenor Arms event devoted to the stories of the women of Camelot Read More
A professional storyteller will captivate her audience during the final autumn talk of 2019 at the Grosvenor Arms Hotel. Jane Flood’s stories will reveal a little-known aspect of the Arthurian legend – how powerful women supported King Arthur and his knights.