LOOKING BACK: In which year did Nancy kit out her kitchen?

DOES anyone know which year this picture, which appeared in the Dorset Evening Echo, was taken?

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LOOKING BACK: The rise and fall of medieval Weymouth

A NEW book is the first to focus on the medieval history of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis.

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LOOKING BACK: Dockyard worker’s family share 1930s bird’s eye views of Weymouth

HERE are some interesting photos courtesy of Susan Fry, nee Shewell of Bristol.

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Calling all original generation Star Wars fans: send us your stories and pictures

A LONG time ago in a galaxy far, far away… one film changed cinema-going forever.

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IN PICTURES: Never forgotten: Remembrance Day parades through the decades

TODAY’S Remembrance Day commemorations will carry a special poignancy, 70 years on from the end of World War Two.

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LOOKING BACK: Searching for new owner for Weymouth brewing magnate’s silver service

THESE beautiful pieces belong to a silver tea service which was once owned by Sir John Groves.

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LOOKING BACK: Remember when a driver had a miracle escape from icy waters?

HERE’S a trip down memory lane to a Dorset Evening Echo front page from Wednesday, February 2 1983.

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LOOKING BACK: Villagers flock to buy book of Piddletrenthide memories

A BOOK of memories of village life has been launched.

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LOOKING BACK: Tales of tragedy and surprise at Dorchester’s German prisoner of war camp

A LARGELY unknown part of Dorchester’s rich history is brought to light in a new book written by Dorchester historian and writer Brian Bates.

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The AA patrolman who helped motorists during snow storm of 1963

David Michael Edwards of Wimborne recently attended a reunion of the local Automobile Association. He joined the association in 1961 and after completing a two week training course in Keysworth, Nottinghamshire, was given a sidecar and sent to a base at Sturminster Marshall to patrol the road from Blandford to Wimborne. He would later patrol other roads in the area.

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