A LIMITED number of tickets for Cherries' away match at Chelsea will go on sale to supporters with no prioroty points at 9am tomorrow.
WITH the success of this year's Purbeck Valley Folk Festival, it comes as no surprise that the popular family friendly four-day event will be back next year from August 25-28. The festival champions local music, traditional song writing and…
GOALKEEPER Artur Boruc and winger Marc Pugh are set to miss Cherries’ home Premier League clash with Everton on Saturday through injury.
A WOMAN in her 60s was robbed as she walked in a park on Wednesday.
HUNDREDS of ‘speeding tickets’ have been issued since the A338 rebuild began in October.
STADDON RAYMOND Another year has past and life brings lots of changes, the pain and love for you will never change, we are all thinking of you every minute of every day, until we meet again. Love Wendy, Antony, Andrew, Sherie, Sami, Grandchildren and…
ROBBINS JOAN Of Wallisdown. Devoted Wife of the late Stan, Mother of Jackie, Nan of Claire and Hannah, Great Nan of Harrison and Millie, Auntie Joan to Jean, Jeff and their families. Joan passed quietly away on 19th December 2015, aged 94 years. “A…
WHITELEGG PHILIP GORDON Hon. Freeman and Alderman of Bournemouth, passed away peacefully on Saturday 21st November 2015 at Sunrise Living, Poole Road, Westbourne, Bournemouth aged 98 years. Husband to the late Dorothy, Father to Sandy and Anne,…
SMITHSON Ronald Leonard On Friday November 20th in hospital, aged 85 years, of Bournemouth, late of Ferndown. Funeral Service to be held at Bournemouth Crematorium Tuesday 8th December at 1.15 p.m. Enquiries to:
BARTLETT BRIAN Much loved Husband, Father, Grandfather and Great Grandfather passed peacefully at home on 21st November. We will be saying goodbye to him at Poole Crematorium on Monday 7th December at 2.00pm followed by drinks and nibbles at The…
RODD MARGARET On 23rd November 2015, peacefully at Royal Bournemouth Hospital, aged 87 years. Much loved mum of Anita and Bridget, loving grandmother to Bridget, Grace Stephanie, Samantha and great grandmother to Flynn, Cerys, Tyler, Riley, Freya and…
KESWICK. Anthony Bernard (Tony) 26/05/1946 - 12/11/2015 Peacefully passed away at home on 12th November 2015, aged 69 years. An amazing father, grandfather and friend, who was very much loved and will be sadly missed by all who knew him. The World…
MESSHAM Née ARNOLD AMELIA BETTY JEAN 1925 - 2015 Passed away on 5th November at home aged 90. Reunited with her loving Husband Bill and her Son Colin, she will be missed by her eldest Son Roger, Daughter Lynne along with Grandchildren, Great…
WELSBY MINNIE Passed away peacefully at home on 19th November 2015, aged 100 years. Sadly missed by her nieces and nephews Ken and Kathleen and family, and Joyce and Paul and family. Funeral Service at St Mary’s Church, Ferndown on Tuesday 1st…
THOROGOOD MARGARET SEMPLE Peacefully at Queensmount Nursing Home on 16th November 2015, aged 93 years. The Loving Mum of Graham. She will be sadly missed by family, friends and those who cared for her. Funeral service to be held at Bournemouth North…
WILDEMAN PATRICIA Adored Mum, Granny, Sister and Auntie, passed away on 12th November 2015, surrounded by her loving family, after an illness bravely borne. We are all heartbroken at the loss of our wonderful Mum and Granny. The Funeral Service will…
THORNE LARRY 18/09/58 - 27/11/12 Three years now, and I still feel the pain. Miss you like the deserts miss the rain.
NEW boss Simon Browne has urged Wimborne Town's "keyboard warriors" to hold fire on their criticism and judge his appointment on merit.
THE A350 is blocked this morning following a two-car crash at Holes Bay.
FOR dedicating more than 40 years of his life to swimming, Poole man Gordon Smart has received a national award from the Amateur Swimming Association.
A WOMAN was reportedly raped in Boscombe precinct in the early hours of Thursday morning.
TRAVELLERS have arrived at a site in Poole. The group turned up at Creekmoor Park and Ride this morning, with one telling the Daily Echo: “We are not moving.”
DANCE enthusiasts are in for a treat when the Western Association of Ballet Schools takes to the stage this weekend to celebrate its 40th anniversary.
The Archdeacon of Buckingham, Venerable Karen Gorham, has been announced as the 36th Bishop of Sherborne.
Bournemouth Borough Council Licensing Act 2003 Notice of Application for a Premises Licence Notice is given that Ingenuous Limited has applied to Bournemouth Borough Council for a premises licence under the Licensing Act 2003 in relation to: Pizza…
The Academy of Ancient Music “Angels and Saints”
A CYCLIST was knocked unconscious during a hit-and-run crash in West Moors on Thursday.
A MUCH loved great grandfather, sports fan and supporter of a family charity has died at the age of 94.
PHILIP Whitelegg, who has died at the age of 98, recorded almost 50 years of service on Bournemouth Borough Council and served as its mayor.
IT is with huge regret that I have heard of the passing of Councillor Philip Whitelegg – a great inspirational man.
I FIND it interesting that people in trying to make political capital about the need for a referendum on the proposed unitary authority are actually guilty of the same crime they accuse others of.
AS Paris, Beirut and Baghdad continue to recover the eyes of the world will be again on Paris, this time hopeful that the imminent climate talks will be productive.
DR Martin Rodger asks (Nov 18) what EU regulation has resulted in our expensive and unreliable electricity supply.
THERE is much in Tony Trent’s letter (Wednesday, Nov 25) I thoroughly agree with.
We're out and about at Black Friday events today.
A DORSET gypsy horse fair due to be held in Poole this weekend, which could have attracted up to 5,000 people, has been cancelled.
BOURNEMOUTH and Poole College has apologised for an online test on mental health.
A MURAL has appeared on the side of a pub near Poole Quay in support of injured speedway rider Darcy Ward.
DON’T forget about disadvantaged teenagers this festive season.
CHERRIES clash with Roberto Martinez's Everton in the Premier League tomorrow (3pm). Here, we take a look at the Toffees' danger men.
THE former site of the River Island store in the heart of Bournemouth has been transformed into a new restaurant due to open its doors to the public on Saturday.
A FATHER-OF-TWO and keen Cherries fan is collecting football boots to donate to Romanian orphans.
CANCER sufferers across Dorset are set to benefit from a cash boost of nearly a quarter of a million pounds following a generous donation.
"DON'T suffer in silence."
CHERRIES star Joshua King believes he is starting to reap the benefits of playing as an out-and-out striker.
CHERRIES face Everton in a league clash for the first time tomorrow and we want YOUR view on how they will fare at the Vitality Stadium (3pm).
MANAGER Tom Killick insists Poole Town will not rip up their game plan to deal with Kettering Town’s new recruit – a striker who only quit playing professionally in March.