In March 2015, Gold Hill Museum embarked on an ambitious project to research the stories of the residents of Shaftesbury during World War I.
There are eleven blue plaques on buildings in Shaftesbury. Sir John Stuttard wants an additional sign to recognise the Shaftesbury reformer, John Rutter.
Enmore Green musicians John and Margaret Cluett share their memories of performing folk songs around Shaftesbury as Tatti Bogle.
Motcombe-based author Rosie King, who writes under the pen name of Rosie Lear, published the fourth book in her mediaeval mystery series earlier this week.
John Brickell shares stories of his family’s market garden at Cann and the greengrocers shop he opened with his ex-wife to sell his produce on Shaftesbury High Street.
Former Shaftesbury resident Martin Finney has spent 23 years recreating half-a-mile of Semley, with his 40-foot long model railway.