What's On

Expert HR Solutions Event

Recruitment, Employment Contracts, Statutory Rights

Wednesday 24th June

The Bridge House Hotel, Ferndown

Are you confused about employment law for your business?

Good news!

Chris Wilkinson of Expert HR Solutions is presenting a short seminar covering the complete employment journey. This whistle-stop tour will cover key employment law facts and good HR practice for a business.


Kingston Lacy Car Boot Sale

Car Boot Dates: 16 May, 20 June, 18 July, 15 August, 19 September, 17 October

Treasure hunts ring with nostalgia for many adults, and this May you can make some memories with your little ones as you embark on your very own.

Each month until the end of October 2015 there will be a car boot sale at the historic Kingston Lacy estate in Wimborne. Now owned by the National Trust, the Kingston Lacy estate was constructed in the 17th Century by the Bankes family who resided at the country house until the late 20th Century. The house is surrounded by stunning gardens and woodland, making it a great location to visit on a sunny day.


The Trial

Forest Forge Theatre Company

27th - 29th May

“Everybody’s guilty if I am including you."

Somebody must have been lying about Joseph k.

Arrested and prosecuted for an unknown crime by an unseen authority and denied access to a fair trial, Joseph K finds himself lost in the system without an ally.

Performed by the Gap, Stephen Berkoff’s adaptation brings to life Kafka’s tale of helplessness, bureaucracy and human corruption.


The Royal Society of Painter Printmakers (RE)

1st August – 12th September 2015

The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE) is the UK’s premier printmaking organisation. Its usual home is Bankside Gallery, beside Tate Modern, so we are pleased to have persuaded them to make a rare appearance outside London.

The society was founded in 1880 and eminent past members include Graham Sutherland, Stanley William Hayter, Edward Bawden, Julian Trevelyan and Michael Rothenstein. It was established to counter the Royal Academy’s then refusal to recognise printmaking as a creative rather than a merely reproductive art. Today all members are elected on merit in a tradition reaching back over a hundred years. As a result the RE showcases the very best in contemporary printmaking, including wood engraving, etching, aquatint, linocut, monotype and screenprint. Exhibiting artists will include Angie Lewin, Hilary Paynter, Jeremy Blighton, Merlyn Chesterman, Trevor Price and John Duffin.


Wartime Walks Weekend

The mystery of the Exbury Junkers

As part of the Exbury Veterans D-Day rememberance weekend on Sat 6 / Sun 7 June, author John Stanley is hosting a series of guided walks at Exbury Gardens to commemorate a mysterious incident that happened in the run-up to the Normandy landings.

Early on the morning of 18th April 1944 a lone German bomber emerged from the clouds over the Isle of Wight. Within 15 minutes it lay in pieces in a field close to Exbury House, which, as the Combined Operations base ‘HMS Mastodon’, played an important role in the preparations for D-Day. The enemy intruder had flown a strange meandering circuit over the Isle of Wight; when attacked it had failed to fire a single shot in self-defence; and, curiously, it had fired a number of red distress flares. Having then made its way across the Solent, where the Allied invasion fleet was assembling, the Junkers 188 was pounced on by two RAF fighter planes and forced down on the Exbury estate. There were no survivors. Mysteriously, at the crash site it was discovered that the German bomber had been carrying seven men when this type of aircraft was thought to require a crew of only four. Further, there was evidence to suggest that not all the men on board the plane had been German.


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