Recent Posts by Richard Reed

Do you dream of being pain-free, stopping the tablets and resuming a ‘normal’ life? Well, there’s no such thing as ‘normal’!

As a chiropractor, I treat many different conditions, including back pain – actually, what we’re best known for. The body give us pain for all sorts of reasons, but the main reason is it’s crying...

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Masala, 14 High East Street, Dorchester

They say that a curry is now the favourite meal out for us Brits, and Dorchester is blessed with at least four Indian restaurants.

One of the finest is without doubt Masala in High East Street – attested to by the fact that on the Friday evening we chose to eat...

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Dorchester residents are to be consulted in a postal questionnaire on the town’s controversial new proposed one-way system following a massive protest by local families.

The deadline for comments on the scheme – originally set at November 18 – has also been extended to December 20.

More than...

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Plans to relocate Dorchester Community Church to a new site in Trinity Street car park are moving forward.

West Dorset District Council is working with the Community Church to provide a new, purpose-built church in Trinity Street.

Once built, West Dorset District Council and the Community Church will carry out a land swap so the...

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Work is due to start before Christmas on a new church for Crossways – the fastest growing village in West Dorset, with a population of 2,500, and another 1,000 homes expected to be built in the next 10 years.

Crossways-school-high-resIt is hoped work will start on laying...

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Tributes have poured in after the sudden death of Peter Legg, a prominent town businessman and chairman of Dorchester Business Improvement District (BID).

peterlegg_high-resMr Legg, 60, died in hospital after suffering a heart attack. He leaves a wife, Alison, and daughter, Zoe.

Mr Legg was elected...

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