LOOKING BACK: Dorchester from above, but which year?

CAN anyone help identify the year this photo was taken?

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LOOKING BACK: Remembering the Battle of Loos 100 years on

YESTERDAY saw the centenary of the Battle of Loos.

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LOOKING BACK: Weymouth sisters’ wartime nursing experiences documented in new book

TODAY we’re beginning a series of articles looking at the First World War in this area.

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Ron Whittaker: a man who gave his all for Bournemouth

“YOUR place is not in the Town Hall – it’s out and about in the ward, working on problems.”

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LOOKING BACK: Image of famous county town church from 19th century

HERE are a couple more photos from Mr Fall of Dorchester to enjoy.

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LOOKING BACK: Fascinating photos emerge of Charmouth

NEIL MATTINGLY has been updating his Claud Hider collection of photographs on his website.

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LOOKING BACK: Love conquers all as scandalous story gets a happy ending

TODAY we’re going to take a look at a very juicy scandal involving a very respectable family who lived in Kingston Maurward House near Dorchester.

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Canford Heath at 50: how one of Europe’s largest housing estates has grown

THE community of Canford Heath will be celebrating its 50th anniversary on Saturday.

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Jan’s inspired two generations of Poole Majorettes

Jan Mizen has taught majorettes and dancing to two generations of children living mainly on Canford Heath.

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Canford Heath Romany family were one of Britain’s largest

Dan Turner’s father’s family were Romany people who travelled around the South and West Country, lived on Canford Heath before there was a housing estate.

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