Monday's weather for the east with PhilippaRead the full story ›
Sunday evening's weather update for the eastRead the full story ›
Philippa has Sunday's weather for the eastRead the full story ›
Anti-hunt campaigners groaned as result was read out at Trust's AGM in SwindonRead the full story ›
In the south's expensive housing market it's hoped the plans will make buying a house cheaper, easier and less stressful.Read the full story ›
Sunday's weather for the eastRead the full story ›
Philippa has the weather update for the eastRead the full story ›
The Great South Run is scheduled to go ahead as planned tomorrow as the forecast is set to improve.
More than 20,000 people are set to take part in the world’s leading 10 mile running event.
Paralysed fundraiser Claire Lomas MBE who is aiming to walk the 10-mile course over 24 hours in a revolutionary ReWalk suit will start her challenge at 10:05am tomorrow, finishing on Monday morning on Clarence Esplanade.
The race starts and finishes in Southsea and features a fast and flat course that has been graced by world-class athletes such as Liz McColgan, Paula Radcliffe, and Sonia O’Sullivan.
Video by Vicky Ashby & Dorset Wildlife Trust