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  • 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 […]
  • Volunteers required for Gwynedd digital inclusion project
    National digital inclusion project, Citizens Online is looking for new volunteers to support their project in Gwynedd. We are looking for friendly and enthusiastic people to help local learners to learn about computers and how to get online. Citizens Online is setting up free weekly IT drop in sessions in Caernarfon, Dolgellau and Pwllheli to […]
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  • Dog Presentation
    On the first Saturday of each month we hold our Dog Presentation, starting at 10am at West Parley Memorial Hall, BH22 8SQ...
  • Annual Fun Dog Show - June 18th
    Waggy Tails will be holding their Annual Fun Dog Show on Saturday 18th June at West Parley Memorial Hall and field. Fun Classes start at noon and the main classes start at 1pm...
  • 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...
  • Time To Cast Your Vote!
    Waggy Tails Rescue have been chosen along with Mosaic and Bournemouth Hospital Charity as the charities in line for a donation at the Yorkshire Building Society in Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth...
  • LOST RABBIT
    LOST RABBIT Missing since last night from Chesildene Ave, Throop, Dorset. This is a child's pet rabbit that escaped last night. She's a brown mini lop with black ears...
  • New Partnership With Finch Group
    We are very excited to have been chosen as 'charity of the year' by the Finch Group who are a leading insurance broker with offices in Reading, Basingstoke, Southampton and the Isle of Wight and with ...
  • Waggy Tails Big Day Out!
    A big thank you to everyone who stopped for a chat and to meet with our volunteers and dogs on Saturday 12th March 2016 at the Dolphin Shopping Centre in Poole..
  • Firework Restriction Petition
    As a rescue we have been asked to highlight this petition and help stop the trauma that so many pets go through each year. The petition has enough signatures to get a debate in Parliament...
  • Metal Recycling is no more
    Unfortunately this most successful and well-supported scheme is having to stop; the price we are paid for the scrap began to drop last year and now it is not worth using our petrol to take the metal t...
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  • Tarmac lifting and getting bigger, 28th May
    Slowly getting bigger. Started in winter this section is under water when it rains as the gulleys have not been maintained
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Hillbury Road, Alderholt
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  • Grass verges need cutting urgently, 28th May
    When are we going to get a grass verges cur? the village is beginning to look like it has been abandoned; please send help.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): B3159, Martinstown
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  • Potholes, 27th May
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    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Lower Street, Whitchurch Canonicorum
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  • Fly tipping Uddens Drive (south of A31), 27th May
    Parking area contains 1pile of burnt waste/plastic/rubble. Also a second heap of sofa and Sun bed. In addition there is a pile of pallets in the turning circle at the end of the road. Finally a smaller heap for burnt debris by the west side of the road just prior to first parking area. Many thanks

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Uddens Drive, Wimborne Minster
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  • Incomplete roadworks - sunken tarmac. Falcon Drive, 25th May
    Junction of Falcon Drive / Raven Way there appears to be roadworks incomplete. Section of sunken tarmac creating horizontal recess in road.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Falcon Drive, Mudeford
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  • Speed limit too close to roundabout, 24th May
    30 limit sign is placed 8m from a roundabout, below the minimum recommended distance to a road junction or hazard. Position of limit signs is inconsistent with positioning on southbound entry to Sandford (A351) and southbound along Mordern road (B3075). Traffic does not observe speed limits on entry to roundabout (northbound) and maintains speed (approx 40-50mph in most cases) until vicinity of garage close to speed camera. There is no policing of the speed limit along this stretch. Dangerous overtaking manoeuvres occur all along this stretch, especially at bus stops when buses are halted. Given the number of school children, residents and cyclists using the footpaths along this section of the roadway, there is a serious safety risk to consider. With increasing traffic density over the last 2 years, it is only a matter of time before a fatality.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Sandford Road, Sandford
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  • Insufficient/obscured speed limit repeater signs, 24th May
    Between Woodlands drive roundabout and road junction at St. Martin's Hill (A351, north and south-bound lanes) there are insufficient repeater signs showing NSL are required. Some are missing, some obscured, and the placement is mainly on the northbound side of the road rather than alternating one each side at 100m intervals as required.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Sandford Road, Sandford
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  • Not visible at a distance of 30m, 24th May
    Left hand traffic light set obscured at statutory distance, not visible to traffic at distances of 60 or 30m. No complimenting light set visible on north-bound approach.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Sandford Road, Organford
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  • Signs obscured by vegetation, 24th May
    North bound, signs obscured by trees and other vegetation. Also stop lights at junction.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Sandford Road, Organford
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  • Metal manhole sinking, 24th May
    Adjacent to lay by westbound ( Dorchester towards Yeovil) Tarmac around ironworks has sunk creating unavoidable pothole
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): A37, Stockwood
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  • Overgrown Hedge, 22nd May
    Hedge restricting path.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 15 Moorlands Road, West Moors
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  • Drains blocked, 22nd May
    A few of the drains in the intersection and on either side of it are blocked with debris.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Cobham Road, Wimborne Minster
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  • HigHighway surface damage, junction Broad St and Silver Street, 20th May
    There are severe irregularities in the road surface near the junction of Silver and Broad Streets. Heavy vehicles passing these spots are causing alarming vibrations/ movement in our old timber frame building No 30 Broad St) to the point where permanent damage may be expected. Precise locations: *Major depression outside front entrance of Hotel No 1, Pound Street, S side of highway (rapidly worsening). *Sunken cover outside Baptist Church entrance, Silver Street. *Depression outside entrance to No 26 Broad Street, S side of highway. *NB There is widespread cracking of the surface dressing over services trenches in this area.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Pound Street, Lyme Regis
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  • Overflowing Drain, 19th May
    This drain hasn't been cleaned or serviced for many years. When we have heavy rain the water just was by washes over it and continues to flow down the high street down Queens Road ending up in Victoria Square along with all the rubbish it picks up on route.

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 3 Queens Road, Fortuneswell
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  • Large Pothole, 18th May
    About a 1 inch deep pothole by 18 inches diameter in middle of road at pedestrian crossing in Longham, opposite old Post Office.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 30 Christchurch Road, Ferndown
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  • Blocked Drain, 18th May
    Badly blocked drain through no routine maintenance. Causing large floods on edge of Hurn roundabout.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Christchurch Road, Hurn
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  • Blocked Drain, 18th May
    Badly blocked drain through no routine maintenance. Causing large flood on corner of Dudsbury Avenue and New Road.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 2 Dudsbury Avenue, West Parley
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  • Church Road Ferndown, 17th May
    Whole road full of potholes. I have reported this at least 3 times and still nothing has been done.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Church Road, Ferndown
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  • Abandoned campervan, 16th May
    Old campervan dumped on the corner of park Road and Durlston Road Reg No D466 GOR Renault
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Durlston Court, Swanage
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  • Red Post road sign, near Winterborne Zelston, Dorset, 15th May
    Red Post is a well known local landmark, its origins are shrouded in legend and mystery. It is thought the original Red Post acted as an indicator for those unfortunate souls marching from Dorchester to Portsmouth for deportation to the colonies. Very few people were able to read in those days so when the post was reached the guards would turn off and the prisoners were shackled overnight to a large post in what is now called Botany Bay farm. This would have been the first leg of a long journey. Anyway, that`s all well and good but here is my problem: the current state of the sign is a disgrace. A sad, tatty excuse for a sign. The North pointing finger is missing completely. Please re-instate the famous sign for us all to enjoy again. If a entire new sign goes in I`d really like the old one for my back garden! Thankyou.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Anderson
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