Monthly Archives: January 2018

Expressway Action Group – urgent request for action

Posted on January 30, 2018 in Events in and around Dorchester

The group, of which Dorchester is a member, held  a “Stakeholder Engagement” meeting with Highways England’s team and their Engagement contractors Jacobs in late December.  Because Highways England recognise that the Expressway Action Group represent a large number of communities across Oxfordshire and beyond and have a wide range of issues of concern re the […]

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LOST BRACELET

Posted on January 25, 2018 in Help and Missing

LOST BRACELET, please let me know if you come across it, reward for its safe return. It is similar to the one below but has a gold star clasp. Contact Claire 07952 981936. Thank you.

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Volunteers needed: Could you help a child to read and change their life forever?

Posted on January 24, 2018 in Events in and around Dorchester

St Birinus Primary have a need for ARCh Reading Helper Volunteers to support a number of their older children (aged 7 and above) who are not heard reading at home, and need the real boost that trained ARCh volunteers provide. Could you help a child to read and change their life forever? Volunteers needed ARCh […]

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Hurst Water Meadow Trust News: January 2018

Posted on January 14, 2018 in Events in and around Dorchester

Dr Peter Pritchard – an appreciation Peter died on 6th January in his 100th year. He was a leading figure in the initiative to purchase the Hurst in 1995 and it is largely thanks to him that we can enjoy the meadow today. The Hurst was owned by a company called Dorchester Lakes Ltd, which […]

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Raising the bar in recycling: Your chance to talk rubbish and recycling with Oxfordshire’s councils

Posted on January 11, 2018 in Events in and around Dorchester

Do you know that each household in Oxfordshire produces one tonne of waste each year? We are amongst the best in the country at recycling and composting for a few years now at about 60% but recycling rates have started to drop in Oxfordshire. Residents are being given the chance to talk rubbish and recycling […]

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