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Terrier That Jumped From Truck In Semley Reunited With Owner

A terrier that appears to have jumped from the back of a white pickup truck being driven through Semley has been reunited with its owner.

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Threat Of Fines For Dog Owners At Popular Shaftesbury Walking Spot

New signs warning that dog owners could be fined if their pets are found off-lead have been put up on Shaftesbury’s Castle Hill Green.

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Shaftesbury Man Will Run London Marathon To Thank Brain Injury Charity

A Shaftesbury man is running the London Marathon to raise cash for Headway, the charity that helped him recover from a car crash that changed his life.

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Another Fall In Shaftesbury Area COVID-19 Cases

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Shaftesbury and the villages has fallen again.

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New Move In Controversial Plan To Build On Shaftesbury’s St James Street

The owner of land next to the Rolt Millennium Garden in St James Street has applied for permission to build a house there.

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Shaftesbury’s Radio 2 Stars Johnnie And Tiggy Walker Start Chat Show

North Dorset’s Radio 2 stars, Johnnie and Tiggy Walker, are launching a new weekly podcast, ‘Consciously Coupling’. The pair will interview other couples.

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Kate And Karren Discuss Their COVID-19 Jabs

Friends Kate Pickard and Karren Burkett chat ‘over the garden fence.’

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Shaftesbury’s Small Businesses, Charities And Voluntary Groups Offered Weekly COVID-19 Testing

Businesses and organisations in the Shaftesbury area that employ fewer than fifty people can now request weekly COVID-19 tests.

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Emma Vallender’s ‘Novel Idea’ Has Helped Shaftesbury Through The Lockdown

Britain’s book sales increased by 5% in 2020 as we found more time to read and Mampitts Lane resident Emma Vallender has provided a vital service with her free book exchange.

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Shaftesbury Town Councillors Want Jubilee Steps Rail Replacement Prioritised

The replacement of the handrails along Jubilee Steps in St James’ Park needs to be a priority for Shaftesbury Town Council in 2021. That’s according to members of the council’s ROSE Committee.

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