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Ouch Training Sani Manikin

First Aid extension to support return to the workplace

National company, Ouch Training, is urging local businesses and individuals to complete their First Aid refresher course before the original qualification expires on Wednesday, September 30.

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Hospice Charity launches hoodie design competition

Charity launches hoodie design competition

Forest Holme Hospice in Poole is offering keen artists the chance to have their very own design printed on a Forest Holme Hospice hoodie.

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Free tour of Salisbury Guildhall as part of Heritage Open Days

Free tour of Salisbury Guildhall

Salisbury City Council is giving you the opportunity to explore Salisbury Guildhall for free as part of Heritage Open Days from Wednesday 16 September until Saturday 19 September.

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BOATS2020 cancelled over Southampton City Council fears

BOATS2020 cancelled over rising risk of virus

At 6.34pm on Thursday 10 September, on the eve of opening day, British Marine received the devastating news from Southampton City Council that the show could no longer go ahead due to the rising risk of COVID-19 and growing Government fears. The show, due to take place from 11-20 September 2020, was set to open on Friday following extensive work in collaboration with Southampton City Council to ensure that the existing Public Health England COVID-19 secure requirements were met.

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MYTime Young Carers’ Charity receives £26,500 of National Lottery Funding

Charity receives £26,500 of National Lottery Funding

MYTime Young Carers' Charity has received £26,500 of National Lottery Funding which has ensured that new online services, born in lockdown, are able to continue.

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The Orchid Exterior

Boutique seaside hotel for sale

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has brought to market The Orchid Hotel, an elegant 31-bedroom boutique hotel located in the heart of Bournemouth, a popular seaside town in Dorset.

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Head Chef at Oakdale care home, David Black

Encore Care Homes to be recognised at virtual care awards

Bournemouth based Encore Care Homes has been nominated at the national Care Home Awards 2020. The event was postponed in May due to the pandemic, but now returns in a live-streamed format this Friday.

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DEMAND - Russell Mogridge of property consultancy Vail Williams

Spike in office enquiries as return to work on cards

Enquiries for high-quality office space across the Solent region are exceeding pre-pandemic levels as employers incorporate new social distancing norms in the workplace. The transactional team at property consultancy Vail Williams have been inundated with calls from companies searching for upgraded facilities with extra space around each employee.

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L-r - Clark from Clark and Kent Contractors, Cllr John Walsh who is the Mayor of Salisbury, Mostyn Coombes who is Salisbury City Council’s Parks Manager at the opening of the skate ramp.

New skate ramp installed

A brand new skate ramp is now open for use at Bishopdown Recreation Ground. Salisbury City Council has worked hard over the past month to install the new facility with the help of Clark and Kent Contractors who are one of the top manufacturers of concrete skate ramps in the country.

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Careline Support team members

New national business launches in Ringwood

A Ringwood-based property management company has defied the economic doom and gloom by launching a completely new business - Careline Support Ltd - which took its first call on Tuesday 1st September. Careline Support is now operating nationwide from its new call centre on Yeoman Road, where it has already created 10 new jobs and will continue to create more new jobs for the town.

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Hoburne’s chairman is reaching new heights to raise funds for local charity

Hoburne's chairman is reaching new heights for charity

Rosie Kennar, the chairman of the Hoburne Group, will be taking to the sky on Sunday 6th September to take part in a wing walk to raise money for Diverse Abilities.

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Chamber embraces digital future

Back to business as Dorset Chamber embraces digital future

Dorset Chamber has ruled out the resumption of face to face meetings and events in the immediate future. The county's voice of business is holding fire on physical networking to safeguard business people and its own team while the Covid threat remains. It will instead continue to focus on its successful programme of virtual events via Zoom to support businesses and allow members to meet online.

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