GALLERY: Do you remember Poole’s Parrs sweets and rock factory?

FOR decades, people taking a holiday in almost any British resort could bring back a stick of rock made at Parrs in Poole.

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Dames, fishnet stockings and horse boxes – Preston Panto Group’s 40 not out!

TOMORROW the curtain will go up on Preston Pantomime Group’s 40th production.

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When Dorset was brought to a standstill

DID you find it cold last week, with temperatures a degree or two below freezing?

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Query on wartime plane recovery

AFTER publishing the article last week on the Second World War plane which was found off Chesil Beach, we’ve heard about another discovery.

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Caw! What a surprise for villager

HERE’S a wonderful story from the archives to share with you.

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GALLERY: Do you remember the big freeze of February 1978?

HAVE you found it cold this week, with temperatures a degree or two below freezing?

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When you could reach Portland by rail – your train memories

Looking Back reader Barry Norris was chuffed to shared his memories of the Portland branch railway with us.

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Diver’s search for story behind crashed plane

AN EXHIBITION will be held later this year in Weymouth on a Second World War plane which was found off Chesil Beach.

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Memories of searchlight displays over Weymouth Bay

REG Carter of Weymouth wrote to the pages of Looking Back about the searchlight displays in Weymouth Bay that were recently featured.

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Pioneering Weymouth women experienced success in football team

HERE’S a picture of former Weymouth Football Club winger Ron Moscrop presenting footballer Sue Legg with an award for ‘most promising newcomer’ the town’s new football club for women.

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