Marking centenary of sailor’s death in the First World War

ANNIVERSARIES can be happy or sad occasions but whichever they are, they are undoubtedly something to be remembered.

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Downton Abbey creator marks 101st anniversary of Dorset soldiers’ involvement in First World War campaign

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Find out about the days when was served by a six wheeler bus

YOU can find out more about the history of bus services on Portland at a talk on the isle on Thursday (23) at Easton.

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PICTURES: Extra-curricular activities at Weymouth College

AGAIN we are delving into the history of Weymouth College.

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Get into gear for a talk on Portland bus services

FIND out about the history of bus services on Portland with a talk on the isle.

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Happy memories of days pony-trekking by the sea in west Dorset

WE’VE been contacted by local historian Elizabeth Gale after seeing the News article about the new coastal café at West Bexington.

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Can you help a ‘techno dinosaur’ get in touch with his old school chums?

CAN anyone help a former Sherborne resident get in touch with some old school chums?

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PICTURES: A peek inside Weymouth College in the early days

THANKS to Terry Gale for bringing in his extensive collection of Weymouth College photos.

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Why Weymouth musician had to hire for female bouncers

IT would appear as though singer Mick Jarman, lead singer of local bands the Nightflyers and The Soundsmen, struck the perfect chord with Sue Simmonds.

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Celebrating the Royal Engineers – help Bob in his search for photos

LAST year was the 300th anniversary of the foundation of the Royal Engineers.

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