Alfred welcomes another new volunteer broadcaster! Marilyn Morris talks with a familiar voice to Alfred listeners.
Shaftesbury businesswoman Natalie Evans is impressed by the public-spirited action of a lorry driver who reported suspicious behaviour at Wincombe Business Park on Wednesday night.
Dorset Council say they didn’t need to consult anybody over plans to extend the period for car parking charges in Shaftesbury’s Bell Street and Angel Lane car parks.
Police working in Shaftesbury and North Dorset will be amongst the first in the country to trial new fingerprinting technology.
33-year-old Sebastian Foreman volunteers at Shaftesbury’s Cancer Research shop and joins the Walking for Health strolls around town. Sebastian is autistic and not all group activities are comfortable for him.
What goes through your mind when you discover that your house is on fire? Rob Neely tells Alfred that he was ‘in a total panic’ when he saw the flames shoot down his stairs on Sunday evening.
Johnnie and Tiggy Walker have much to thank Shaftesbury musician Gordon Haskell for. The singer-songwriter brought the couple together.