Category Archives: Events in and around Dorchester

Oxfordshire Art Weeks: Dorchester artists’ exhibition

Posted on April 26, 2018 in Events in and around Dorchester

Support local artists for this years Oxfordshire Art weeks exhibition Adrian Brooks Bill Maish Mari Metcalfe Sophia Stewart-Liberty Patricia Drea Edward Metcalfe Vicky Nolan Rosie Southon The upper room, dorchester abbey guest house Saturday 19th May until Sunday 27th May Opening times: 19th-24th May 10am-5pm; 25th-27th May 10am-4pm   Also: Chris Ellis Claire Houghton Debbie […]

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Dorchester St Birinus Primary Spring Fair – 26th April 2018

Posted on April 26, 2018 in Events in and around Dorchester

Dorchester St Birinus Primary Spring Fair is open to all! – BBQ featuring some rather special beefburgers and sausages – licensed bar – cake stall – tombolas for adults and children 5 to 7.30 pm on the school site. Free entry – everyone welcome!  

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Pre School News

Posted on April 17, 2018 in Events in and around Dorchester

After the Easter break we started the new term with a new topic – Spring time and growing inside and out. Our letters this term will be A to Q, our numbers 1 to 20, shape of this term is the Flower and colour of the term is Yellow. We will have a visit from […]

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No election on 3 May 2018

Posted on April 17, 2018 in Events in and around Dorchester

Unlike other parts of the county, South Oxfordshire & Vale of White Horse District Councils are not having an election on 3 May 2018 so we wont be sending out any voting cards or postal votes to residents in our district. South Oxfordshire & Vale of White Horse District Councils next scheduled elections are in […]

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Hurst Water Meadow Trust News

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

As I write this in April the rain continues to fall and the meadows are largely under water. This is frustrating for walkers, joggers and dog owners but, if nothing else, we will appreciate the meadows all the more when we can return to using them. I hope that by the time this May issue […]

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