Local free fertility information evening

Local free fertility information evening

Complete Fertility, a local IVF and fertility treatment provider, has opened a new satellite clinic in Bournemouth providing fertility treatment closer to home for Dorset patients. To support the opening, people trying for a baby are invited  to a local free fertility...
Our Guide To The Perfect Summer Hair Care Routine

Our Guide To The Perfect Summer Hair Care Routine

Hair care is something that is individual to everyone, not only can heredity hair loss present a need for procedures such as hair transplant Turkey, but it can also have an effect on the way you enjoy your summer because of a deep-rooted insecurity. Here, we are going...
New all-inclusive craft experience

New all-inclusive craft experience

A new all-inclusive craft experience for the elderly and adults with learning and physical disabilities has been launched. Karen Shearing from Salisbury is a franchisee for ‘Creative Mojo’ which offers fun, rewarding, enjoyable and cost-effective craft workshops in...
Caring couple launch caring business

Caring couple launch caring business

A new service specialising in caring for older people in their own homes,  based in Salisbury, hopes to create 50 new jobs. The office of Home Instead Senior Care is on New Street and will serve clients in Salisbury, Romsey, Wilton, Downton, The Winterslows, The...
Connect and relax with baby massage

Connect and relax with baby massage

Mothers and babies can enjoy quality quiet-time, relaxing while experiencing the the gentle interaction of baby massage together. Sunflower Baby Massage classes start in Arch Clinic, Fordingbridge, on Monday, May 13. The connection through positive nurturing touch is...
Care homes open house events welcome visitors

Care homes open house events welcome visitors

Latest in the line-up of care homes anxious to show the public what they do, Milford House Care Home, Salisbury welcomed visitors on an open day to meet the team and look round. During the open day on April 6, visitors could questions about care, share a cup of tea...
What Fragrances to Buy for Spring?

What Fragrances to Buy for Spring?

It looks like spring has finally arrived in the UK. The sun is out (sometimes), the air feels warmer and the flowers are making an appearance. All of this is making people reach for their floaty tea-dresses and shorts, and make the most of the beautiful weather while...
Dorset care homes ‘Open House’ month

Dorset care homes ‘Open House’ month

With a month-long ‘Open House’, three Dorset care homes are inviting the community to find out more about residential and nursing care The homes are in the Healthcare Homes Group. Throughout April, local residents can pop in to The Old Vicarage in Sherborne or The...
Home start hopes for friends

Home start hopes for friends

Children’s charity Home-Start North Dorset (HSND), has a new FRIENDS For FAMILIES initiative launches on April 1 to attract new supporters. HSND needs £70,000 every year to train and fund volunteer parents to provide hands-on assistance to families in the area with...
New day for Dawn

New day for Dawn

Dawn Conrad is a mother, wife, daughter, sister and friend to many, a fun-loving person who enjoyed life in the outdoors, and was a senior director in the NHS and still is a keystone of family life. But six years ago, Dawn became severely unwell and spent five months...
Big award to help rebuild relationships

Big award to help rebuild relationships

An award of £200,000 has been made to Dorchester-based charity Relate Dorset and South Wiltshire.  The funding will support Relate Dorset’s Choose2Change intervention for low and medium risk male domestic violence. The programme aims to increase the safety of victims...
New workshops tackle anxiety in children

New workshops tackle anxiety in children

Workshops are being run in schools to teach confidence and self-esteem, while resolving anxiety, using a blend of neurolinguistic coaching and play based therapy. Recognising a record increase in anxiety in children (42% in the past five years, source NHS) prompted...

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