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  • One Digital – the “poster child for collective impact”!
    Collaboration, not competition – that was the overriding theme at the One Digital stakeholder event in London on Wednesday 25 May 2016. Around 60 people from a wide range of organisations attended to hear the latest from One Digital, a national digital inclusion programme funded by the Big Lottery Fund. The programme is helping thousands […]
  • Internet class helps Jack get online
    At a time when the UK is moving to ‘digital by default’, over 12 million people still lack basic digital skills¹. One Digital is a unique collaboration between six diverse organisations to create a sustainable and far reaching digital inclusion solution. Age UK, the Scottish Council of Voluntary Organisations, Citizens Online and Digital Unite with […]
  • One Digital and its Programme Director chosen as Digital Leader finalists
    One Digital has been successfully chosen as a finalist for this year’s Digital Leaders 100 list in the category, Cross-Sector Digital Collaboration of the Year along with its Programme Director, Emma Weston, in the category Digital Leader of the Year. The Digital Leaders 100 (DL100) is a national programme that recognises individuals and organisations who demonstrate […]
  • Find out about how our 4 projects are part of One Digital
    A new, collaborative programme to train hundreds of Digital Champions to help thousands of people across the UK to get online has been officially launched today (11 February 2016). Age UK, the Scottish Council of Voluntary Organisations, Citizens Online and Digital Unite with its partners Affinity Sutton and AbilityNet have joined forces to develop the […]
  • One Digital – new collaboration to inspire hundreds of Digital Champions to get thousands of people online
    A new, collaborative programme to train hundreds of Digital Champions to help thousands of people across the UK to get online has been officially launched today (11 February 2016). At a time when the UK is moving to ‘digital by default’ but over 12 million people lack basic digital skills¹, One Digital is a unique […]
  • 1,400 DIGITAL CHAMPIONS TO BRING THE BENEFITS OF BEING ONLINE TO THOUSANDS
    A new initiative to create hundreds of ‘digital champions’ who will help more than 9,500 people develop basic digital skills is being launched following £2 million investment of funding from the Big Lottery Fund. The test-and-learn initiative aims to recruit more than 1,400 digital champions within disability, youth and support organisations who will engage with […]
  • Evaluation of Hyde’s Getting Online programme finds 80% of learners remain online
    An evaluation of Hyde’s Getting Online programme, published today, has found that over 80% of participants surveyed after training remain regular internet users. Citizens Online’s report showed that one-to-one home tutoring and support in the community provided by Digital Champions were well received by learners, with 98% and 81% respectively rating their training as good […]
  • Hotspots – news from our Highlands and Islands projects – June 2015
    Hotspots is a monthly publication keeping you up-to-date with all of the news from our Highlands projects. Please click here to view the report:HotSpots June 2015 newsletter
  • National award recognises charity’s contribution to digital inclusion
    Citizens Online is thrilled to have won the Best Digital Inclusion Product or Service award at the recent Digital Leader 100 Awards. The 2015 Digital Leaders 100 list honours the highest digital achievements from across the UK’s public, private and non-profit sectors, celebrating individuals and organisations who are leveraging digital to transform the UK’s public […]
  • TalkTalk’s annual search to find Britain’s next Digital Heroes is back!
    The search for extraordinary people who harness technology to make life better starts today – and Britain’s next TalkTalk Digital Hero could be YOU. The awards celebrate small-scale projects having a BIG impact on others thanks to the powerful combination of technology, hard work and passion. Digital Heroes are the inspirational individuals bringing people together, offering […]
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Waggy Tails Rescue
  • Waggy Tails Garden Party 24th July
    Waggy Tails Rescue are holding a 'fun' Garden Party on Sunday 24th July 2016. The event will be held on the island at The Bridgehouse in Longham...
  • Join us at our Craft Fair
    We will be holding a Craft Fair on Saturday 27th August 2016 from 9.30am to 1.00pm. The event will be held at the Allendale Centre in Wimborne...
  • Cycle Endurance Challenge
    On Saturday 2nd July 2016 our small team of volunteers took pride of place in the Dolphin Shopping Centre in Poole to undertake a unique challenge...
  • The Mayor of Poole visits Helen's House
    The Mayor of Poole, Councillor Xena Dion, visited Helen's House on Thursday 7th July. Waggy Tails is one of her three chosen Charities for her mayoral year...
  • Dog Presentation
    On the first Saturday of each month we hold our Dog Presentation, starting at 10am at West Parley Memorial Hall, BH22 8SQ...
  • Dog Show 2016
    Thank you to everyone who came along and supported us on Saturday 18th June for our Annual Fun Dog Show. The weather was kind to us and the event was enjoyed by all...
  • The Great Finch Bake Off!
    The staff at Finch Group in Southampton have held a dress down day and bake off competition to raise money for Waggy Tails Rescue...
  • Zip Wire Challenge!
    As we have previously been supported by Hampshire Cricket in the Community, we have been offered places for the Ageas Zip Wire Challenge on 8th October 2016...
  • Skittles Night Success
    A fantastic evening was had by all at the Hamworthy Club on 19th May 2016 for our Waggy Tails Rescue Skittles Night...
  • Spreading The Word!
    We had a great day at the Dolphin Shopping Centre on Saturday 14th May 2016...
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  • Works vehicles., 21st July
    Works vehicles being parked overnight in residents spaces.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Merrivale, Dorchester
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  • Large pothole on left of road and one a bit further up not as bad, 21st July
    The first of two potholes is the worst and will do real damage to a tyre. They are both on the left of the road after turning into Redbridge Rd from the B3390. They have been there for at least six weeks.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): West Dorset
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  • Pothole at side of road, 20th July
    And second small pothole about 50 yards along
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Colehill Lane, Pilford
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  • Severe road subsidance, 20th July
    Severe road subsidence on near side when traveling away from wareham down the hill just after the old tip entrance, so bad I have to drive down the middle of the road else my vehicle grounds out.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Bere Road, Coldharbour
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  • Large piles of holmoak leaves moss grass prickly shrubs from front gardens grass growing on pavement can't remember when, 19th July
    The pavement has not been swept for months and road rarely I am concerned someone may fall when the weeds are wet also there are brambles and prickly shrubs from peoples gardens encroaching over path. Cannot rember when last attended to.but a long time
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 24 Fitzmaurice Road, Christchurch
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  • Large piles of holmoak leaves moss grass prickly shrubs from front gardens grass growing on pavement can't remember when, 19th July
    The pavement has not been swept for months and road rarely I am concerned someone may fall when the weeds are wet also there are brambles and prickly shrubs from peoples gardens encroaching over path.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 24 Fitzmaurice Road, Christchurch
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  • Abandoned roadworks, 18th July
    Roadworks near Openreach cabinet on Chard Road DT8 3RF outside Chestnut Cottage. These have been abandoned for several weeks with no apparent action. Signs have fallen over.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Chard Lane, Drimpton
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  • Rubbish and recycling bins are not being emptied, 18th July
    Why do i have to report the failure to empty bins and build up of rubbish outside my window.i am 6o years of age and have health issues which are not helped by this judge and jury mentality by your rubbish operators who make loud comments about the occupants of the house and decide to leave our bins and rubbish.may i remind the council and operatives are paid from council; tax and therefore i expect a service..if this continues i will take it further such as the mp for weymouth, environmental health and the echo.i would also suggest that the operatives refrain from being abusive to the oiccupants of the house.this matter has been reported before.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 54 Wakeham, Portland
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  • Path overgrown, 17th July
    Public footpath overgrown past the Naval Cemetery.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Fortuneswell
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  • Fly tipping, 17th July
    This been there for months on the path towards the Naval Cemetery. The grass has been recently cut so surprised the guys didn't pick it up or report it.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 81 Verne Common Road, Castletown
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  • Knocking drain cover in road as traffic drives over it can be heard throughout a number of houses., 13th July
    Knocking drain cover in road as traffic drives over it can be heard throughout a number of houses. Probably doing damage to drain too.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 5 Tunnel Road, Beaminster
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  • Weeds, 12th July
    Weeds along the road it seems that every single section of the roads and pavements that weeds are reported on with the symbol the map are the only bits that are done, the person who is sent to spray the weeds is given the job and it looks like he only does the weeds that are right on the symbol, yet he must see that the weeds are in the whole area so if this is all he has to do I will start putting a note on fix my street every day so eventually keep sending one man to do a 5/6 yard area every day will result in the whole area being weed free by next year. I am sorry to say at a great cost for having a man and van going back and forth wasting our rate payers money.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 10 Beaumont Avenue, Weymouth
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  • Broken sewer inspection manhole cover, 12th July
    Dustcart crew reported damaging a cast iron sewer inspection manhole cover when servicing Pinewood cottages, Studland this morning. Manhole cover has cracked. Operatives have managed to place the cover back on to keep the hole covered up but will need urgent replacement.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Pinewood Cottages, Studland
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  • Track impassable, 11th July
    This bridle path is impassable by horses. Needs a man and chainsaw to clear
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): North Dorset
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  • Deep pothole, 11th July
    Deep pothole at edge of road, would burst a tyre if you drove in to it.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Chescombe Lane, Winterborne Whitechurch
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  • Overgrown dangerous footpath, 8th July
    Footpath runs parallel with field boundary edge. Nettle, brambles and weeds are invading over the footpath almost completely blocking it where it runs up against the fence line. Low tree branches are also causing problems. Field owner does not maintain or cut back the edge strip which they also own up to footpath edge. Witnessed a mother struggling past with a child in a pushchair. Child badly stung.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 60 Verne Common Road, Castletown
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  • Multiple cars parked on grass verge and pavements, 8th July
    The lack of road parking restrictions on Victoria Road has encouraged one family or group of people to park multiple vehicles on the grass verge, pavement and into the road (they appear to be running a motor related business from their home). There is 1 to 8 vehicles parked on both sides of the road at all times and the problem only seems to be increasing with time. The obstructions are narrowing pavement access for pedestrians (not leaving enough room for a pushchair or wheelchair) and often causing traffic chaos as larger vehicles are unable to pass when there are queues of traffic on both sides of the road running up the the traffic lights at the crossroads. There is always several cars parked almost IN the bus shelter (they are so close) and this restricts visibility and access for bus users.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 206 Victoria Road, Ferndown
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  • Multiple cars parked on grass verge and pavements, 8th July
    The lack of road parking restrictions on Victoria Road has encouraged one family or group of people to park multiple vehicles on the grass verge, pavement and into the road (they appear to be running a motor related business from their home). There is 1 to 8 vehicles parked on both sides of the road at all times and the problem only seems to be increasing with time. The obstructions are narrowing pavement access for pedestrians (not leaving enough room for a pushchair or wheelchair) and often causing traffic chaos as larger vehicles are unable to pass when there are queues of traffic on both sides of the road running up the the traffic lights at the crossroads. There is always several cars parked almost IN the bus shelter (they are so close) and this restricts visibility and access for bus users. This problem started approximately a year ago and has been gradually increasing as time goes on.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 189 Victoria Road, Ferndown
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  • Footpath overgrown, 7th July
    Drain blocked and weeds growing on footpath

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 4 Partway Lane, Hazelbury Bryan
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  • Overgrown hedges and verges, 7th July
    The hedges and verges along Church Lane from the hall and before the first corner are very overgrown and need cutting back substanially.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Lower Blandford St Mary
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