GALLERY: Moors Valley Country Park: 30 years in pictures

IT is one of Dorset’s most popular family destinations, as well as a draw for golfers.

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Remembering the lost street of Dorchester

MEMORIES have come flooding in of the now-demolished Charles Street in Dorchester.

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Village’s First World War project needs your help

DID your ancestors live in Corfe Mullen or the surrounding area during the First World War? Did any of them serve in the forces? What was life like in the village?

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When Kylie last performed in Dorset

SINGING superstar Kylie Minogue will take in Dorset in the autumn as part of her upcoming tour of UK and Ireland.

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Remember this popular Weymouth Saturday club?

THANKS go to Mike Muncaster who has submitted this photo of the Saturday Club in Caroline Place, Weymouth, to us.

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GALLERY: Parkstone’s Ashley Cross over the years

IT became popular in Victorian times, as wealthy Poole residents sought to escape the cramped conditions of the town centre.

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Remembering the entertainer who gave us five decades of escapism

WE were all extremely saddened to hear of the death of popular Weymouth entertainer Harold Crump.

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‘My car was crushed by a snow plough’

FOLLOWING our snow chaos story of last week, it was a pleasure to hear from Looking Back reader Alan Membury, who certainly experienced some misfortune in the appalling weather conditions of February 1978.

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When Littlemoor got its own library

HERE’S a flashback to 1990 when Littlemoor Library in Weymouth opened.

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Why trains passing by Portland’s prison were often held up

A FORTNIGHT ago we took a trip down memory rail with a piece on reminiscences of the Portland branch railway.

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