Come along to Stourpaine House 10:30 to 12:00 on Saturday 27 May 2017 for the Stourpaine Spring Fair.
For those who are driving, parking is in the Playing Field/Village Hall car park.
- Plants – Peter Palmer 453470
- Books – Barrie Waterman 450669 and Ted Atkinson 455778
- Tombola – Julie & Blue Dunk 07976 939585
- Raffle – Graham Kene 446466 and Anna Bogue 450746
- Cakes, Jams & Chutney – Fran Rough 45297 and Catherine Kene 446466
- Children’s stall – Judy Jakes 07957 607111 or 03301139805
- Silent Auction – Mike Warren 450649
- Bric-a-Brac – Jo Jakes 03301139805 and Barbara Thomson 454191
The event is hosted by by kind invitation of Simon and Annabel Elliot.
Stourpaine Annual Meeting
Thursday 11 May 2017 at 7 p.m.
Stourpaine Village Hall.
Guest Speakers: DCC Highways
- [perhaps the Durweston Bridge closure will be raised (bad pun)]
- Ask your Council anything else
Be advised that BT is now offering BT Infinity for Stourpaine. Five years on!
It has a 25% Welcome Discount, which I have checked applies even if you have “Unlimited Broadband” (not fibre) already.
We do have an alternative using wessexinternet (wireless): https://www.wessexinternet.com/superfast-home-broadband/?pp=content
wessexinternet offer VoIP (Vonage Phone), which could replace your BT (or other) landline.
The choice (at last) is there but you should consider, upload and download speeds, latency, tied services (Landline, current email provider) against the cost (or saving) for each service.
Please find attached the first edition of the Dorset Road Safe newsletter.
This newsletter seeks to raise general awareness of examples of fantastic partnership working, geared towards improved road safety across the county, whilst encouraging Dorset residents to take advantage of the many schemes available for all road user groups that can increase your personal safety and that of others when using the road network.
The newsletter will be published quarterly so keep an eye out for the next one!
We are very sad to report that after a very quiet period over the summer, we have had a particularly bad weekend where multiple properties have reported issues with outbuilding breaks.
This has been throughout North Dorset and surrounding areas.
The theft of saddles has occurred in the Marnhull area where bridles, breast plates and martingales were stolen from a padlocked tack room. The padlock was levered from the tack room door. Unfortunately, none of the items were security marked.
Another theft of note have been Motcombe where petrol tools have been taken from a shed next to a stable.
Please can we ask people to think about the security of your items.
We will be holding a Tack Marking Event at Paddock Pantry in Sturminster Newton on October 22nd from 10 until 2 where security advice will be available.
If you have a large amount of tack, we are always happy to come to you at a convenient time.
If you have any information, please contact us on 101 or via the website at www.dorset.police.uk occurrence number 55160133376
You can also follow us on facebook – North Dorset Neighbourhood Policing Team or Dorset Horsewatch