Looking Back: Farmer Oak actor gave solid support to reader

MANY of you may have been to see the new film version of Far From the Madding Crowd, starring Matthias Schoenaerts and Carey Mulligan, right.

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LOOKING BACK: Remembering those who perished in the Chapelhay bombing

TODAY we are continuing our series of articles on the bombing which devastated the Chapelhay area of Weymouth in the Second World War.

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Can you help identify mystery home guard platoon?

READER Wendy Bere recently shared a photo of the Toller and Kingcombe Home Guard with us.

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Adultery, jealousy and murder: How the Rattenbury case gripped the nation

EIGHTY years ago, a murder in Bournemouth captured national attention in the way few crimes could.

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‘A miracle of deliverance': the Dunkirk evacuation, 75 years on

WINSTON Churchill, who had been Prime Minister for less than a month, called it a “miracle of deliverance”.

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Looking Back: Stories from the asylum

IN honour of the recent Mental Health Awareness Week we were taking a look back at the archive of the Dorset County Lunatic Asylum, which was once at Charlton Down near Dorchester.

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Looking Back: Can you name glamorous Weymouth trio from 1958?

CAN anyone name these glamorous women from the annual Miss Weymouth competition?

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Looking Back: The horror of Chapelhay bombing remembered

WE’VE had an overwhelming response after our request for memories of the bombing of Chapelhay in Weymouth during the Second World War.

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Up, up and away on nostalgic trip of a lifetime

A FATHER and son had the experience of a lifetime when they took a flight in a Spitfire.

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GIs honoured 71 years after leaving Bridport for D-Day


A GROUP of living historians were in Bridport at the weekend marking the 71st anniversary of the American troops leaving for the beaches of Normandy on D-Day.

GIs honoured 71 years after leaving Bridport for D-Day
Tue, 19 May 2015 15:44:06 GMT

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