Apprentices are Superior in every respect

To the untutored eye the main office at Superior looks like the future has arrived early – after a single buzz, the door pushes open to reveal a light, airy, desk-less foyer and a screen welcoming the visitor by name. In the moment it takes to grasp this a member of staff appears and the Read More…

Barrington back from the brink

If Steve Robinson hadn’t decided to enjoy a bacon sandwich in bed that cold Sunday morning last January, things might have turned out very differently for the Barrington Centre. As he lingered over his breakfast, the busy Chief Executive Officer of Dorset charity Prama picked up the previous day’s paper and saw that the well-supported Read More…

When Dorset went to Waterloo

The Battle of Waterloo, the bicentenary of which is on 18 June, remains a defining moment in European history. It brought to an end 23 years of global conflict against the expansionist French, secured Britain’s empire and ushered in almost 50 years of peace in Europe. It was at no small cost, though, as nearly Read More…