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  • Angling: Mackerel's the key for top catches

    Charter boats heading out from Poole continue to sample some excellent summer action, with Taylor Anderson and Kevin Justice both recording excellent catches while fishing on separate trips aboard ‘Silver Spray’, skippered by Andy and Sam Cummings.

  • Hands up if we need more male teachers

    STATISTICS released by a teaching body show that only one in eight primary school teachers in England is male. Is that reflected in Dorset and, more importantly, does it matter? The figures, published by the General Teaching Coun-cil for England (GTCE

  • Help to rid Dorset beaches of filth

    A tide of filth is littering Dorset’s beaches and the unsightly mess can harm and kill some of our best-loved marine animals. Volunteers are urgently being sought to turn the flow by taking part in the UK’s biggest beach clean and litter survey

  • Celebration and achievement is the theme this week

    Launching this weekend, the Pavilion Dance development is a unique partnership between Dance South West, Arts Council England and the Council, with £3.29 million investment from the local authority. From a previously disused space we now

  • Safety fears lead to action on Throop Mill weir

    TEMPORARY supports are to be installed on the main weir bridge over the River Stour near Throop Mill after safety fears were expressed. Throop and Muscliff councillor Ron Whittaker voiced concerns that the loose hand rail could collapse if

  • £10,000 Find the Ball jackpot to be won in Saturday's Echo

    THIS weekend’s Find the Ball jackpot now stands at £10,000. All you need to do is buy Saturday's Echo and follow the instructions. No-one won last week’s top prize, but Miss J Morris of Poole won the £1,150 runner-up prize for coming the closest. Find

  • Burning bush causes delays at Great Dorset Steam Fair

    MOTORISTS faced lengthy delays around the Dorset Steam Fair site today after a fire broke out in a neighbouring field. Three fire engines raced to the scene just after 2pm. Police were forced to close the busy A354 near Tarrant Hinton

  • Olympic hopes in doubt for volleyball trio after funding cuts

    FUNDING cuts have thrown three women’s volleyball players Olympic hopes into doubt. Lucy Wicks, Nichola Osborne and Victoria Palmer, who all started their careers at Wessex Volleyball Club, are in the 18-strong British squad for London 2012. But budget

  • Complaints against police officers revealed

    TWENTY-ONE serving Hampshire police officers have had at least three complaints made against them by members of the public over the past year. Five of those officers racked up five complaints against them in one year, information released under the Freedom

  • TV drama recreates Poole stalker’s reign of terror

    AN ITV drama is to tell the astonishing true story of an obsessive stalker whose hate campaign was ended in Poole. The real-life nightmare of Dr Jan Falkowski and his fiancée, Poole accountant Deborah Pemberton, will be played out in U Be Dead

  • CCTV plea after bag robbery

    POLICE investigating a robbery in Christchurch have released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to. The incident, in which a 48-year-old woman was pushed to the ground and had her handbag snatched, happened outside McColls Newsagents in Somerford

  • Give me a good Carry On over the new One Show pair

    OoOh matron! They’re as British as bowler hats, moaning about the weather and losing at international sports. They’re also the most successful series of British films ever made. Yes, I’ve always got time for a cheeky Carry On… film, such as Carry

  • Warning over cold callers

    POLICE are urging elderly residents to be on their guard against cold callers offering to sell them house alarms and carpet cleaning services. The warning comes following 14 reports of “high pressure” doorstep and phone selling in 48 hours across Dorset

  • The Switch (12A), Empire, Odeon, **

    Wally Mars (Jason Bateman) loves his best friend Kassie Larson (Jennifer Aniston) but cannot declare his true feelings for fear of losing her. He is shocked when she announces her plan to have a child with the help of a donor. The lucky father-to-be

  • The Last Exorcism (15) ***

    FILMED in the faux documentary style popularised by The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity, The Last Exorcism follows a fourth generation evangelical preacher as he attempts to expose exorcism as pure bunkum. With a camera crew conveniently

  • Dinner for Schmucks ** makes a bit of a meal of it

    FORREST Gump’s momma was a wise old bird. “Stupid is as stupid does,” she said, and if the mean-spirited characters in Jay Roach’s English-language remake of 1999 French comedy Le Diner de Cons had only taken note, they would realise that the eccentrics

  • City Island (12A), Rex

    ANDY Garcia produces and takes a leading role in this familial comedy. Vince (Garcia) is a prison guard living on City Island, who dreams of treading the boards. He takes acting classes in Manhattan with talentless no-hopers who imitate

  • The Girl Who Played With Fire (15), Lighthouse ****

    Set one year after the events of the first film, The Girl Who Played With Fire is another lean, muscular thriller that pulls no punches in its depictions of the violence and cruelty meted out to the morally conflicted characters. Crusading journalist

  • Bournemouth College's Lansdowne clock is back on time

    A BOURNEMOUTH landmark is back in action for the first time in years after being repaired and restored by a local expert. Horologist Paul Kilburn’s four weeks of work at Bournemouth College’s Lansdowne clock tower has been a real labour

  • Eating Things on Sticks, Anne Fine

    Pouring rain, pork pies on sticks and prizes for the best, most bristly beard imaginable: what more could you ask of a summer holiday? It isn’t quite what Harry is expecting when he’s bundled off with his lady-chasing uncle for a trip he’ll

  • Gilbert the Hero, Jan Clarke and Charles Fuge

    Third in the beautifully written and illustrated Gilbert series about a young whale. Gilbert has to look after his kid brother who’s too small to join in the games... and attracts the interest of a killer whale. Gilbert rises to the occasion. Lovely

  • Goldengrove, Francine Prose ****

    It’s deceptively simple, this book: a teenage girl drowns and her parents, boyfriend and sister are left to pick up the pieces. But Francine Prose has a deft hand and expertly weaves a tale of a heat-oppressed, suppressed-grief summer, where everything

  • Stirred but not Shaken, Keith Floyd, * * * *

    Highly acclaimed and influential chef, Keith inspired many, especially men, to cook and appreciate good food. A colourful character in bow tie and glass of wine in hand, he was the first celebrity chef, appearing on our TV screens for several

  • The Killing Place, Tess Gerritsen ****

    DR MAURA Isles is attending a conference but, on the very last day, joins an old friend in order to visit a ski lodge and just disappears. A burnt-out car is found near the town of Kingdom Come with four bodies inside and evidence suggests that

  • The Holy Thief, William Ryan,***

    It’s 1936. Stalin rules with his rod of steel. Fear is everywhere – of his secret police and of a vicious killer. A killer who first tortures a beautiful girl, then a thief, cutting bits off their bodies. Alexei, tough ex-soldier and detective

  • Lamb Tagine

    Lamb Tagine Serves 4 1tsp each of ground ginger, coriander and turmeric 675g lean lamb, cut into 2.5cm pieces 6tbsp olive oil 1 onion, peeled and chopped 3 garlic, cloves, peeled and crushed 2 large carrots, chopped 150g no soak dried apricots

  • Wines of the times: last of the summer wines?

    ARE we going to get an Indian Summer? It’s not looking too hopeful so this week’s selection could well be the last of the summer wine. And with today being a bank holiday it is the perfect chance to sit down with a glass or two... Les Quatre Clochers

  • Tasty tour of the orient at Gurkha, Wareham

    ANYONE who has ever driven from Bournemouth to Swanage, Corfe Castle or Lulworth Cove (i.e not cheated and taken the chain ferry) will have passed the Gurkha restaurant. It was on the journey back from a trip to Lulworth Cove that I decided to finally

  • Wessex Way 40mph limit ‘will cut casualties’

    CUTTING the speed limit on a problematic stretch of the Wessex Way is predicted to reduce the number of casualties by at least 20 per cent. That’s the estimate made in a progress report to be presented to councillors next Wednesday.

  • Make it easier to support Cherries

    I strongly feel AFC Bournemouth could do more to make it possible for fans that cannot afford £18 a ticket to watch AFC Bournemouth play at home. The club would make more money and there would be more supporters to cheer our team. Maybe the board could

  • Don’t be shy now you are retiring

    I was most impressed by the activities run by the Bournemouth and Christchurch NHS Retirement Fellowship. When retiring from the NHS people can find themselves at a loss for things to do but this nationwide organisation has a friendly thriving branch

  • Less taxing to let poor bear burden

    On the assumption that local Members of Parliament read the Echo (and we know that until the expenses row blew up last year at least one such local MP was claiming the cost of the Echo on his expenses) it is worth noting that no elected representative

  • We will ask the questions...

    I am proudly embarking on my second year as quiz master for national breast cancer charity The Haven. It’s a charity close to my heart. Havens offer a free programme of in-depth support to improve the quality of life of anyone affected by breast cancer

  • How must Ffion be feeling?

    I FEEL sympathy for William Hague even though, it seems to me, he has been a bit of a political tomnoddy. He chose to share a room on the election trail with a 25-year-old male aide he had hired... and set hares running. But I am less concerned about

  • People should seek help with drug issues

    THE crackdown of the last 48 hours has been welcomed by Boscombe residents who say they’ve lived with drugs related problems for years. But how serious is Bournemouth’s drug problem, and can it ever be solved? Boscombe West councillor Chris Wakefield

  • Hague conventions

    There was a time when two gentlemen sharing a room was considered more economic than two singles, while unmarried couples sharing a room was deemed most naughty and banned by many establishments. Over the years views have gone full circle! KEG Peters

  • Can anyone spot the connection?

    WHY should Britain be in such financial straits? Why should the NHS have to cancel urgent treatments and refuse medications? Why should our industries have to close down? Why are so many of our schools dilapidated? Is this anything to do with the fact

  • Same again as drink laws abused

    Of course people are going to abuse the 24-hour drinking law (Daily Echo, September 2) that, unfortunately, is what humans do. We will never live in a perfect world, but the way of human beings is to desecrate any and all good things they are given.

  • Value for money under a Blue Flag

    I write in response to the recent letters concerning Poole’s beach huts (Have Your Say, August 28 and September 1). With so many people wanting a beach hut currently we are not able to satisfy demand for long-term lets. However, we offer short-term lets

  • Ant hill mob give town bad name

    Ever walked through Poole Bus Station and felt threatened by the youth of today that hang around there? If you have, then don’t even try to walk through the bus station to Poole Park through the underpass beneath Seldown Bridge. I have walked through

  • Police vow to stamp out Boscombe's drug dealing

    FAMILIES must be able to feel safe in Boscombe and Bournemouth, says the police chief heading up a bid to crush local drug dealing. In the last three days Operation Dismantle has seen around 80 officers target the homes of Class A drug dealers

  • William Hague put on the spot by internet allegations

    AS a demonstration of the power of the internet it couldn’t have been starker: the Foreign Secretary forced into denying online rumours he is gay, and revealing the heartbreak of his wife’s multiple miscarriages. Even hardened Westminster

  • The Queen in the frame

    WHETHER she’s in her brogues and headscarf or wearing the crown jewels, the Queen rarely takes a bad photograph – which is just as well when you happen to be one of the most famous women in the world! Living your life in front of the lens is never going

  • Sexual assault sparks efit appeal

    DETECTIVES investigating a sexual assault in Bournemouth have released an e-fit image of a man they wish to speak to. The man is sought in connection with an attack on a 36-year-old woman in the early hours of Saturday, August 7. The woman was walking

  • Poole's proposed beach hut rent rises 'criminal'

    BEACH hut rents in Poole could go up a whopping £441 on average over the next three years under plans being considered by the council. The proposal, which comes before the cabinet for consideration next Tuesday, is for rents to go up 15 per

  • New boy Tom named in Bash squad

    BASHLEY boss Steve Riley has boosted his squad by snapping up former Dorchester Town utility man Tom Mitchell from Gosport. The Borough youngster, who is Cherries chairman Eddie Mitchell’s son, came through a run-out for the New Foresters in a training

  • Taffy predicts tight title race

    POOLE Town stalwart Taffy Richardson believes the race for the Sydenhams Wessex Premier title is the “most wide open” for years. Dolphins’ influential midfielder thinks the champions have got off to a reasonable start despite being held to shock home

  • Rugby: Dunn determined to mount title bid

    BOURNEMOUTH coach David Dunn has strengthened their pack in a bid to lift the National League Three South West title. Lions have lost Mike Pope and Rory Hearson to Exeter Chiefs and the Gloucester academy, respectively, from their squad which finished

  • Pirates: Holder's looking to ease travel burden

    CHRIS Holder admits he is seriously considering taking on a personal manager to oversee his growing travelling commitments. At the moment, the Grand Prix star, who complained of being “physically drained” during Pirates’ clash at Wolves last month, books

  • Somerset trio in MCC finale

    SEAN Walbridge has hailed first-class outfit Somerset for allowing three of their top young players to line up for Dorset in this weekend’s Minor Counties Championship final. Max Waller, Chris Jones and Jack Leach are all named in the south coast amateur

  • Clubs hoping to attract new spectators

    FOOTBALL fans are being encouraged to take advantage of Non-League Day tomorrow – with two local clubs offering discounts to some spectators. Both Poole Town and Wimborne Town are keen to get supporters through their turnstiles for this weekend’s fixtures

  • Boscombe surf reef flaws ‘can be fixed’

    THE task group charged with improving the performance of Boscombe’s surf reef is said to be making good progress. Press and public were barred from yesterday’s meeting of the surf reef task and finish group at Bournemouth Town Hall, and all

  • Magpies seeking first Southern success

    WIMBORNE boss Alex Browne has called on his players to cut out the “little mistakes and lapses of concentration” if they want to succeed in the Southern League. Magpies secured promotion to Zamaretto Division One South & West after finishing

  • Marvin backs Cherries to mix power with flair

    POWERHOUSE midfielder Marvin Bartley highlighted the importance of Cherries’ brawn and brains combination and then insisted: “We can mix it with the best of them.” Bartley has been a central figure in Cherries’ impressive start to the League

  • Cherries: Howe fully focused on Terriers test

    EDDIE Howe insists he is fully focused on Cherries’ trip to Huddersfield tomorrow and admits the Galpharm Stadium will provide his men with a stern test. The Cherries boss has hit the headlines this week after being ranked alongside the likes of Gianfranco

  • Cherries: Strikers' fitness a concern for Eddie

    BOSS Eddie Howe is hoping to avoid a striker shortage as he waits on the fitness of in-form pair Michael Symes and Josh McQuoid. The duo, impressive up front together against Tranmere Rovers and Notts County, sat out Tuesday night’s JPT defeat

  • What's On Live (September 3-10)

    ART Robert Golden – Lighthouse café, Poole (until December 31) Imogen Welch: Funny Business – Lighthouse, Poole (until Saturday) Sea Fever – Southampton City Art Gallery (until Sunday) Cruising with the Queens – Southampton

  • WILLIAM UNDERWOOD

    UNDERWOOD WILLIAM T. (Bill) Honorary Life President of B.F.A, Former Postal Inspector of Winton Sorting Office, passed away peacefully aged 89 years. Will be sadly missed by his children; Tony, Greta and Ian and their families. Funeral to be held on

  • CAROLE PEARSON

    PEARSON CAROLE Colin, Paul, David, Louise and Grandchildren wish to thank family and friends for their kind thoughts and wishes at this sad time.

  • TERRY DUNNE

    DUNNE TERRY Aged 68 years peacefully on 31st August 2010 at the Christchurch Hospital. Beloved Husband of Joan (He will be dearly missed). Much loved Father to Antony and to Anne. Dearly loved Grandad to Shane. Funeral Service at the Bournemouth Crematorium

  • MARK JOLLIFFE

    JOLLIFFE MARK WILLIAM The beloved Son of Jean and the late Philip Jolliffe. Brother of John and Father of James. Beloved partner of Christine. On August 29th at home. Funeral Service at the Bournemouth Crematorium on Thursday 9th September at 2.00

  • mike quigley

    QUIGLEY Dr. MIKE Passed away peacefully after a short illness on 31st August 2010. The most wonderful Husband, Father, Grandfather and friend that anyone could ever wish for. Funeral Service will be held at Bournemouth Crematorium on Wednesday 8th September

  • JOAN WYATT

    JOAN WYATT Thinking of you on your 80th Birthday. Love and miss you always, Anne, Tracy, Neil, Sarah and families xxx

  • ELSIE ROSE

    ROSE ELSIE (Betty) Passed away peacefully at Poole Hospital after a short illness on Friday 27th August 2010, aged 88 years. A beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother and Great Great Grandmother. She will be sadly missed by all her family and

  • LARCOMBE 'BERTIE'...

    LARCOMBE 'BERTIE' Sept 3rd 2010. Remembering you my darling "Bertie" on your birthday. To me you were so special what more is there to say, except I wish with all my heart that you were here today. Love as always. Joan and Bella Jo.

  • SNOULTON MARY...

    SNOULTON MARY (MOLLY) 3-9-99. Remembering a dear Mum, in our thoughts today and always. Love Philip, Diane and Margaret. xxx

  • EVERETT DENIS...

    EVERETT DENIS REGINALD Passed away peacefully in his sleep, surrounded by his family on 30th August 2010. He will be sadly missed by his children Lorraine, Martin, Nigel, Paul, Tony and Angela and all his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Funeral

  • EELES ALFRED...

    EELES ALFRED (Alf) Passed away peacefully after a long illness on Monday 30th August 2010 at Royal Bournemouth Hospital, aged 92 years. A beloved Husband of Elsie and a loving Father of Pat and Ray. A devoted Grand Father of Helen and Ian and a loving

  • JOLLIFFE MARK...

    JOLLIFFE MARK WILLIAM The beloved Son of Jean and the late Philip Jolliffe. Brother of John and Father of James. Beloved partner of Christine. On August 29th at home. Funeral Service at the Bournemouth Crematorium on Thursday 9th September at 2.00

  • BELLCHAMBER MARTIN...

    BELLCHAMBER MARTIN Peacefully on 16th June 2010 aged 93 years at Poole Hospital. A Funeral has already taken place but all are warmly invited to a Memorial Service at St Mary's Church, Ferndown on Monday, 13th September at 2.30 pm. All enquiries

  • NEALE DANIEL...

    NEALE DANIEL 21 today. In our hearts you will always stay, with love and memories every day. Nanny and Grandad x x

  • QUIGLEY Dr....

    QUIGLEY Dr. MIKE Passed away peacefully after a short illness on 31st August 2010. The most wonderful Husband, Father, Grandfather and friend that anyone could ever wish for. Funeral Service will be held at Bournemouth Crematorium on Wednesday 8th September

  • GARLAND ...

    GARLAND (Formerly known as CHAPMAN) GLADYS MAY Passed away peacefully on Saturday 28th August 2010 at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital, aged 90 years. Dear Mother to Leonard, Martin and Christine, and devoted Grandma to Sally, Jake and May. She will be

  • DALE SCHOLEY...

    DALE SCHOLEY Happy 18th Birthday Love and Best wishes from Mum, Dad and Adam xx

  • COLLIE VICTORIA...

    COLLIE VICTORIA PATRICIA (PAT) Passed away peacefully on 30 August 2010 at Royal Bournemouth Hospital aged 84 years. Pat will be missed by Ian her husband of 57 years and daughters Fiona and Ruth, husbands Jake and Mark, and grandchildren in Alberta,

  • KING SMITH...

    KING SMITH MARY On 26 August 2010, peacefully, aged 98 years. Much loved wife of the late Michael and dear mother of Barry and Lynette. Funeral Service Monday 6 September, 3.30 pm at St George's Church, Jumpers Road, Christchurch. Family flowers

  • ROSE ELSIE...

    ROSE ELSIE (Betty) Passed away peacefully at Poole Hospital after a short illness on Friday 27th August 2010, aged 88 years. A beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother and Great Great Grandmother. She will be sadly missed by all her family and friends

  • GRIERSON JADE...

    GRIERSON JADE Today another year without you. Forever in our thoughts, God Bless you love Nan and Granfy xx

  • UNDERWOOD WILLIAM...

    UNDERWOOD WILLIAM THOMAS Dad, I will always miss you, you will be in my heart forever. The memories I have will never be forgotten. Your loving daughter Greta, also your son in law Andrew, grandson Wayne and Tina.

  • Ray Emerson...

    Ray Emerson On 26th August 2010 aged 66 Ray passed away peacefully at home with his family after a short but courageous battle with cancer. A great man who was loved by all and will be sorely missed. He leaves behind his beloved wife Jenny, his much

  • FISHER JOAN...

    FISHER JOAN On 29 August 2010 in the Royal Bournemouth Hospital, aged 85 years. Loving Wife of the late Frank, wonderful Mum, Granny and Great Granny. Funeral Service at Bournemouth Crematorium on Friday 10 September at 12.15pm. Family flowers only, but

  • PIERPOINT DONALD...

    PIERPOINT DONALD ALFRED On 30th August 2010 after a short illness bravely borne, Don aged 86 years died peacefully at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital. Loving husband of the late Pearl, father of Christine and Robert, grandfather of Erin and partner to

  • WILLIMOTT HENRY...

    WILLIMOTT HENRY (Harry) HERBERT Peacefully on 29th August 2010 at Royal Bournemouth Hospital, passed away aged 89 years. Beloved Husband of Audrey, loving Father of Kristin and Terry, also dearly loved Grandad of Lee. Funeral Service at Bournemouth Crematorium

  • Mary Snoulton

    SNOULTON MARY (MOLLY) 3-9-99. Remembering a dear Mum, in our thoughts today and always. Love Philip, Diane and Margaret. xxx

  • denis reginald everett

    EVERETT DENIS REGINALD Passed away peacefully in his sleep, surrounded by his family on 30th August 2010. He will be sadly missed by his children Lorraine, Martin, Nigel, Paul, Tony and Angela and all his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Funeral

  • ALFRED EELED

    EELES ALFRED (Alf) Passed away peacefully after a long illness on Monday 30th August 2010 at Royal Bournemouth Hospital, aged 92 years. A beloved Husband of Elsie and a loving Father of Pat and Ray. A devoted Grand Father of Helen and Ian and a loving

  • MARTIN BELLCHAMBER

    BELLCHAMBER MARTIN Peacefully on 16th June 2010 aged 93 years at Poole Hospital. A Funeral has already taken place but all are warmly invited to a Memorial Service at St Mary's Church, Ferndown on Monday, 13th September at 2.30 pm. All enquiries

  • DANIEL NEALE

    NEALE DANIEL 21 today. In our hearts you will always stay, with love and memories every day. Nanny and Grandad x x

  • GLADYS MAY GARLAND

    GARLAND (Formerly known as CHAPMAN) GLADYS MAY Passed away peacefully on Saturday 28th August 2010 at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital, aged 90 years. Dear Mother to Leonard, Martin and Christine, and devoted Grandma to Sally, Jake and May. She will be

  • CHARLES DENNET

    DENNETT CHARLES (Charlie) Special thoughts on your Birthday and our Anniversary. I will love and miss you always. Betty x x

  • Victoria Patricia Collie

    COLLIE VICTORIA PATRICIA (PAT) Passed away peacefully on 30 August 2010 at Royal Bournemouth Hospital aged 84 years. Pat will be missed by Ian her husband of 57 years and daughters Fiona and Ruth, husbands Jake and Mark, and grandchildren in Alberta,

  • MARY king smith

    KING SMITH MARY On 26 August 2010, peacefully, aged 98 years. Much loved wife of the late Michael and dear mother of Barry and Lynette. Funeral Service Monday 6 September, 3.30 pm at St George’s Church, Jumpers Road, Christchurch. Family flowers

  • JADE GRIERSON

    GRIERSON JADE Today another year without you. Forever in our thoughts, God Bless you love Nan and Granfy xx

  • WILLIAM UNDERWOOD

    UNDERWOOD WILLIAM THOMAS Dad, I will always miss you, you will be in my heart forever. The memories I have will never be forgotten. Your loving daughter Greta, also your son in law Andrew, grandson Wayne and Tina.

  • RAY EMERSON

    Ray Emerson On 26th August 2010 aged 66 Ray passed away peacefully at home with his family after a short but courageous battle with cancer. A great man who was loved by all and will be sorely missed. He leaves behind his beloved wife Jenny, his much

  • JOAN FISHER

    FISHER JOAN On 29 August 2010 in the Royal Bournemouth Hospital, aged 85 years. Loving Wife of the late Frank, wonderful Mum, Granny and Great Granny. Funeral Service at Bournemouth Crematorium on Friday 10 September at 12.15pm. Family flowers only,

  • DONALD ALLEN PIERPOINT

    PIERPOINT DONALD ALFRED On 30th August 2010 after a short illness bravely borne, Don aged 86 years died peacefully at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital. Loving husband of the late Pearl, father of Christine and Robert, grandfather of Erin and partner to

  • HENRY WILLIMOTT

    WILLIMOTT HENRY (Harry) HERBERT Peacefully on 29th August 2010 at Royal Bournemouth Hospital, passed away aged 89 years. Beloved Husband of Audrey, loving Father of Kristin and Terry, also dearly loved Grandad of Lee. Funeral Service at Bournemouth Crematorium

  • PEARSON CAROLE...

    PEARSON CAROLE Colin, Paul, David, Louise and Grandchildren wish to thank family and friends for their kind thoughts and wishes at this sad time.

  • SAMUEL CHALLIS...

    SAMUEL CHALLIS 3rd September 2003. Never a day goes passed when you are not in our hearts and thoughts. Missing you as always. Gone, but never forgotten. Mum, John, Alex. X X X

  • RENE HARVEY...

    RENE HARVEY The family would like to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for the kindness and support given to us since mum passed away. Thanks to the staff of Ansty ward, Poole hospital. Thanks to The Sandwich Box at Wallisdown for the catering

  • JADE GRIERSON...

    JADE GRIERSON Missing you today, as always. We love and miss you so much Jade. Love you lots. Mum, Dad, Jordan and Shannon. X X X X

  • DUNNE TERRY...

    DUNNE TERRY Aged 68 years peacefully on 31st August 2010 at the Christchurch Hospital. Beloved Husband of Joan (He will be dearly missed). Much loved Father to Antony and to Anne. Dearly loved Grandad to Shane. Funeral Service at the Bournemouth Crematorium

  • KAY AND...

    KAY AND TERRY NATION Mum and Dad are celebrating their 50th wedding Anniversary. All the best Love from Julie, Alan, Claire, Chris, Mark, Kirsty x x x

  • BARTON Jean...

    BARTON Jean & John Married 3rd September 1960 Congratulations on your Golden Wedding Anniversary, Mum & Dad. 50 Glorious years together. With love from Ann & Ian x x x

  • BRYANT ALAN...

    BRYANT ALAN PETER Died 26 August 2010, aged 64 after battling liver disease. Father of Dionne and Nathan and to Stuart, grandfather of Barnaby and brother to Keith. Funeral Service at Bournemouth Crematorium on Thursday 9th September at 3.30pm. All friends

  • DENNETT CHARLES...

    DENNETT CHARLES (CHARLIE) Special thoughts on your bithday and our anniversary. Will love and miss you always. Betty. x x

  • DANNY NEALE...

    DANNY NEALE Thinking of you on your 21st birthday Always in our thoughts and hearts We miss and love you so much Our free spirit Love Nan and Grandad Bridle and Auntie Mandy X X X

  • JOAN"WYATT"Thinking of...

    JOAN"WYATT"Thinking of you on your 80th Birthday. Love and miss you always, Anne, Tracy, Neil, Sarah and families xxx

  • GODDEN RALPH...

    GODDEN RALPH Passed away peacefully on 27th August 2010, aged 89, in Royal Bournemouth Hospital. Much loved father of Mike and Dave and step-father to Barrie and (the late) David, grandfather and great grandfather. Re-united with his beloved Phyllis

  • FERRETT TERENCE...

    FERRETT TERENCE JOHN (Terry) Former Cooper Dean Landlord died suddenly on 29th August 2010, aged 80 years. Much loved Dad of Nigel and to Kim. Grandad of Robert, James and Ellie. 'He will be very sadly missed by all of his family and friends.' Funeral

  • LOFTHOUSE ADRIAN...

    LOFTHOUSE ADRIAN CHARLES (Lofty) 08/11/58 - 28/08/10 Peacefully at home after a full and wonderful life. Loving husband of Jenny and devoted father of Alex and Zoë. Funeral Service at Bournemouth Crematorium on Friday 10th September at 11.30am. No flowers