• This weeks Dorchester Bulletin

    Posted on July 3, 2017 in Events in and around Dorchester

    As this was one of the first few weeks, I thought I would post a link to an online copy of the Dorchester Bulletin so those that wanted a look before signing up to receive them could do so: http://us15.campaign-archive1.com/?u=adf94cc8b718c67c3c70c768a&id=d84bd13437 If this is of interest, just sign up here: https://www.dorchester-on-thames.co.uk/dorchester-bulletin/ Also, if anyone has any feedback on […]

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  • Thames Valley Alert: Shed and garage security advice

    Posted on June 29, 2017 in Thames Valley Alert

    We have received an increase in reports of sheds and garages being broken into recently. Please review your security and read the follow advice to reduce the chances of being a victim of this type of crime. Opportunist thieves identify sheds and garages as easy pickings because they are usually fairly unprotected and lack basic […]

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  • Quiz Evening: A massive Thank you to everyone who came along

    Posted on June 29, 2017 in Events in and around Dorchester

    A massive Thank you to everyone who came along to our recent Quiz Evening and helped raise over £500 for breast cancer research (Walk the Walk charity). Big thanks to all those who helped on the food/ bar /quiz questions and raffle. Particular thanks go to Mark Jones our amazing Quiz Master! Congratulations to the […]

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  • National Meadows Day!

    Posted on June 27, 2017 in Events in and around Dorchester

    Saturday 1st July 2017 Families and individuals are invited to the Hurst meadow: 10.00am to 12.00noon under the big oak tree. Everyone welcome Help to install the ‘bug hotel’ built at the Dorchester Festival Find out about the wildlife on the Hurst and how we know the animals are there Story telling about meadow life […]

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  • Thames Valley Alert: Outside Water Safety

    Posted on June 27, 2017 in Thames Valley Alert

    This hot weather has encouraged people to cool off in rivers, canals, ponds, quarries and lakes. Please be mindful that this can be very dangerous. Dangers of open water: The water may look calm on the surface, but there can be strong undercurrents that could pull even a strong swimmer under the water. The water […]

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