Spotted by Joe Dunckley on the B3159 near Martinstown, just outside Dorchester.
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- Gas companies granted licences for fracking in Dorset May 24, 2013DRILLING licences have already been issued for possible fracking underneath huge parts of Dorset, the Echo can reveal.
- Muslim preacher linked to Weymouth extremist 'knew Woolwich attacker' May 24, 2013THE muslim preacher who was accused of radicalising Weymouth Muslim extremist Richard Dart today claimed to know one of the alleged attackers in the Woolwich murder.
- Click here to see the newly hatched cygnets at Abbotsbury May 24, 2013CYGNETS hatching at Abbotsbury Swannery have been placed in special rearing pens so they can learn to swim in a sheltered spot.
- Vandals endangering walkers by destroying signs in Dorset May 24, 2013Vandals are endangering walkers by destroying safety signs.
- Dorchester fundraiser for murdered soldier May 24, 2013A DORCHESTER gym is holding a charity event to raise money in memory of the soldier brutally killed in Woolwich.
- Littlemoor resident Nigel Hellier handed community following police raid May 24, 2013A MAN was handed a community order following a police raid in Littlemoor, Weymouth.
- Richard Drax column: Same sex marriage so emotive May 24, 2013Today South Dorset MP Richard Drax writes about why same sex marriage is so emotive
- Dorchester businesses urged to speak up on BID future May 24, 2013BUSINESSES in Dorchester are being encouraged to have their say when they are balloted on the future of the town’s Businesses Improvement District (BID).
- Join challenge to help charity to raise £50k May 24, 2013LIFE Education Wessex has urged people to help raise £50,000 for its work to improve children’s health and wellbeing.
- Museum volunteer honoured for 20 years of service May 24, 2013A MUSEUM volunteer has been honoured for more than 20 years of dedicated service.
- Dorset residents urged to sign up for Will Aid May 24, 2013DORSET residents are being urged to sign up for the 25th annual Will Aid to help charities as well as their loved ones.
- Open air event raises awareness of travellers' lifestyles May 24, 2013AN OUTDOOR event in Dorchester will offer people a unique chance to learn more about Gypsy, Roma and travelling people in Dorset.
- Howzat for a charity auction May 24, 2013Portland Red Triangle Cricket Club is holding its biggest fundraising event of the year in Girt Hall, St George’s Centre, Reforne tomorrow.
- Downton Abbey creator to speak at seaside theatre May 24, 2013DOWNTON Abbey fans need not wait until the return of the series in the autumn for news of the Crawley family.
- New mayor of Weymouth and Portland takes office May 24, 2013RAY Banham has officially become the new mayor of Weymouth and Portland.
- Royal Marines host hardcore charity challenge May 24, 2013RUNNERS can take on a hardcore charity challenge on a course used to train Royal Marines.
- Dorchester Plaza voted top attraction on TripAdvisor May 24, 2013MOVIE-GOERS are having a love affair worthy of Hollywood with one Dorchester cinema.
- Youth sailing charity to be set up in Olympic champion Andrew Simpson's memory May 24, 2013A YOUTH sailing charity is to be set up after the funeral of Olympic sailor Andrew Simpson.
- Gillian Summers re-elected as chairman of West Dorset District Council May 24, 2013COUNCILLOR Gillian Summers has been re-elected as chairman of West Dorset District Council for a third year.
- Weymouth woman’s accidental death May 24, 2013A WOMAN found dead at a Weymouth flat on January 31 died from acute alcohol toxicity, an inquest was told.
- Gas companies granted licences for fracking in Dorset May 24, 2013
- Festival chance for young West Dorset musicians May 24, 2013West Dorset based B Sharp youth music group is offering young musicians and singers a chance to get some festival experience.
- Greenpeace ship to highlight sustainable fishing at Lyme Regis May 24, 2013A GREENPEACE ship will arrive in Lyme Regis next week to support local fishermen under threat from the ‘unfair’ quota system.
- Consultation on West Bay harbour works May 24, 2013West Bay residents are being asked for their views on major works to stabilise and protect part of the historic harbour wall.
- Beaminster school building on awards shortlist May 24, 2013The new Mountjoy School's new building in Beaminster has been shortlisted for a regional construction award.
- Quacking bank holiday fun at Charmouth May 24, 2013THE fourth annual duck race organised by Charmouth School PTFA is on bank holiday Monday.
- Fifth re-election for Lyme Regis mayor May 24, 2013CHANGES and challenges was the theme as Lyme Regis’ mayor Sally Holman takes office for the fifth time in the town.
- Lyme Regis couple dodge US tornado on charity motorbike ride May 24, 2013A LYME Regis couple biking across America had a lucky escape when they rode through the epicentre of a tornado alert.
- Getting into swing of things at Lyme Regis Jazz, Blues and Real Ale Weekend May 24, 2013There is a new flavour to this year’s Lyme Regis Jazz, Blues and Real Ale Weekend.
- Police in search for woman in 20s after spate of house burglaries in Bridport May 23, 2013HOUSE burglaries are on the increase in Bridport and police want to question a women in her 20s in connection with the rise in offences.
- Big plans for Lyme Regis chalets May 23, 2013AFTER months of drama with chalets slipping and having to be demolished, Lyme Regis Town Council is now seeking planning permission to keep holiday chalets and caravans at Monmouth Beach.
- Festival chance for young West Dorset musicians May 24, 2013
- Woman raped mid-afternoon in Bournemouth May 24, 2013A WOMAN was raped near Bournemouth town centre in the middle of the afternoon.
- UPDATED: Two charged after alleged Parkstone mosque attack May 24, 2013Two men have been charged after a mosque was allegedly attacked by four men in Ashley Road, Parkstone yesterday.
- Fallen tree causes traffic chaos in Christchurch May 24, 2013A fallen tree is causing chaos in Christchurch this evening.
- Hundreds celebrate life of former Daily Echo editor Neal Butterworth May 24, 2013THE life of former Daily Echo editor Neal Butterworth has been celebrated by hundreds of people at his funeral.
- Cherries player Steve Cook not guilty of sexual assault May 24, 2013CHERRIES player Steve Cook has been found not guilty of sexually assaulting a teenage girl.
- My boy's rape lie nightmare May 24, 2013THE mum of a 15-year-old boy falsely accused of rape said her son was the victim of a “horrendous” lie.
- Bank holiday fun for all the family in Dorset May 24, 2013A BUMPER weekend of fun in Dorset will mark this bank holiday out as one of the best.
- £1.5 million for affordable homes in Boscombe May 24, 2013DORSET Local Enterprise Partnership is supporting the creation of affordable family housing in Boscombe.
- Moordown man riding to Milan for his mum May 24, 2013THE memory of a much-loved wife and mother will live on later this month when her son sets off to cycle from Paris to Milan with a childhood friend.
- Seven feet long and five years in the making, the warship that will never sail May 24, 2013A MODEL ship maker from Ferndown is celebrating the completion of his latest five year project – a seven-foot-long HMS Campbeltown.
- Woman raped mid-afternoon in Bournemouth May 24, 2013
- Two charged after mosque damagedTwo men are charged with racially aggravated criminal damage following an incident at a mosque in Poole.
- Footballers cleared of sex assaultA Bournemouth footballer and three of his former Brighton and Hove Albion team-mates are found not guilty of sexually assaulting a teenage girl.
- Brian May to speak at badger meetingFormer Queen guitarist and vice-president of the RSPCA Brian May is among the speakers at a public meeting in Dorset about the forthcoming badger cull.
- Mis-selling victims awarded £350,000The owners of a Bournemouth hotel are to be repaid nearly £350,000 after their bank mis-sold them an interest-rate swap arrangement.
- Bomb site air raid memorial unveiledA memorial to people who died in a World War II air raid in Bournemouth 70 years ago is unveiled.
- South West Water in £60m investmentSouth West Water is to invest £60m in its infrastructure, managers say.
- VIDEO: Time-lapse of Imax cinema demolitionThe end of one of the UK's 'most hated' buildings
- Squirrel haven's half century markedHow an island went from being once "off limits"
- Bournemouth post £3.4m loss for 2012Championship-bound AFC Bournemouth report a loss of £3.4m for the financial year ending July 2012.
- Two charged after mosque damaged
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