POOLE: The Museum Memory Club is a social afternoon of reminiscence, friendship and support for people with memory loss or dementia held at Poole Museum on Fridays from 2pm to 4pm.

To find out more, contact Anna on 01202 633971 or email a.shiels@poole.gov.uk

BOURNEMOUTH: Join the Bournemouth and Poole Rambling Club for scenic Sunday walks of around eight to ten miles, or Wednesday walks of 4 to 8 miles throughout the year. Occasional fun social events and coach outings included. All ages welcome. For more details, contact Dot Lee on 01202 518466.

CANFORD CLIFFS: Singing For Fun is held every Thursday in the village hall in Ravine Road from 11am to 12noon. Instruction provided by a qualified musician covering light-hearted popular songs. £5 a session. For more information, call 01202 708810 or 01202 427232.

HIGHCLIFFE: Highcliffe Residents Association holds its next meeting at St Marks Church Hall at 7pm on Monday, December 10. All Highcliffe and Walkford residents are welcome to attend.

WEST MOORS: The West Moors Horticultural Society will welcome John Coombes to give a talk called Dorset Coast Naturally at its next meeting. It is due to take place at the Memorial Hall at 2.30pm on Monday December 10. Non members are welcome at a fee of £2.

HIGHCLIFFE: Join a short one-hour walk around Highcliffe with the Walking4Health group on Monday, December 10. Meet at Highcliffe Library at 10.30am.

POOLE: Poole Juggling Club takes place at the United Reformed Church Hall in Skinners Street on Monday nights between 7pm and 9pm. Costs £4 per sessions and £3 for under 16s.

WIMBORNE: A Pilates class is being held at Leigh Park Community Centre on December 14 at 10.30am. The group consists of no more than seven people per class. All abilities are welcome.

WIMBORNE: Members of Wimborne’s U3A quiz team meet at 7.15pm on the first Tuesday of each month at the Royal British Legion. New members are welcome to come alone. Groups of up to six can join. Admission is £1 for members and £2 for non-members.

BOURNEMOUTH: The Rotary Club of Bournemouth has organised a trip for 30 young carers and seven members of staff from Bethany School to see Sleeping Beauty at the Pavilion Theatre. The trip is the latest way the club is supporting the school.

FERNDOWN: A two-hour baby and child first aid class is being held at St. Mary’s Church in Church Road on January 19. The class will cover CPR, choking, bumps, burns and bleeding and seizure and meningitis awareness.