You may have heard about the Lytchett Matravers Primary School Street Design Project, which Dorset County Council are running with UK charity Sustrans and Lytchett Matravers Primary School. The project is working with pupils, parents, staff and residents, to develop ideas
The parish council is pleased to announce that ultrafast fibre broadband has now arrived for many properties around Old Pound Close, Spy Close and Middle Road. This is thanks to Superfast Dorset, a local government programme in partnership with Openreach.
The last Litter Pick of the year is on Saturday 3rd November at 10am… we meet at the Village Hall end of the Rec car park. Equipment provided – all welcome… come and join in for as long as you
After many years Lytchett Matravers Sports Club is undergoing a revival. The Parish Council has taken over the direct running of the club on a temporary basis in order to get it back onto its feet. At the same time,
Purbeck District Council are consulting on how best they can meet the housing needs of current and future generations in Purbeck. You should be receiving information in the post, along with a special edition of About Purbeck, but you can
From 2nd February 2018 the existing 50mph speed limit on the A35 at Sleep will be extended towards the Baker’s Arms roundabout. The map below shows the extent of the extension of the limit. A copy of the Order that
Dorset Community Action (DCA) would like to invite you to attend their next Purbeck area based training event for “Evidencing Need for Funding” which will take place on 26th September 2017. This two hour ‘Bite Size’ course, led by Dorset Community
The Lytchett Matravers Sports Club will be holding their AGM at 19:30 on 4th July 2017 at the Sports Pavillion. All welcome, but only Sports Club members will be able to vote.
Purbeck District Council met on 13th June 2017 and resolved to make (adopt) the Lytchett Matravers Neighbourhood Plan. Therefore, in accordance with the relevant regulations, the Lytchett Matravers Neighbourhood Plan is ‘made’ and shall form part of the Development Plan
UPDATED: 19th June 2017 We previously reported that Purbeck District Council (PDC) “have set up five ‘spatial’ area forums, and one district-wide ‘infrastructure’ forum, to provide an opportunity for everyone to raise issues that are important to them, bringing local