News & Case Studies

History Matters – Jacqui Wragg uncovers tales of Victorian striving, Newfoundland and bankruptcy

Jacqui Wragg uncovers a story of Victorian entrepreneurship and Newfoundland connections amongst the Sturminster family. As society enabled the rise of

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A new outdoor space, a great cafe, both COVID proof.

Joshua’s is a great cafe for extraordinary food, service and of course coffee. During the lock down he and his staff

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COVID 19 Action Group has produced an update on their activities

This of you who were shielding from the dreaded virus and needed community help will know of the COVID 19 action

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Local Historian Roger Gutteridge on the BBC

Dorset writer Roger Guttridge will be making his second appearance on BBC1’s award-winning Murder, Mystery and My Family on August 6,

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The White Hart – Welcome to one and all.

Landlord and mein host Matt and his staff hav already made a great impression in the town. After cleaning and revamping

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Sturminster Mill -The Day American TV came to Town.

Sturminster Mill – The Day American TV came to Town. Many of us already know that in the time of COVID the

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Voice of the Churches

FROM THE VICAR – Rev’d Philippa Sargent It’s been a rum old few months! Who would have imagined at the start

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The Community Chest is opening its doors to its fantastic customers on 20th July

The Community Chest is to re-open on July 20th Sporting its new livery and completely revamped for Summer trading in a

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Jacqui recalls two of our WW11 heroes

As we have recently recognised 75 years since VE Day I thought it apt to share the brief histories of the

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