Our next village litter pick will be taking place on Saturday 28th September 2019 at 10:00. If you can join us for the morning it would be great. We meet in the Recreation car park, at the Village Hall end.
Operation Snap A secure website that allows the public to upload video and photos of driving incidents by the general public has been announced by Dorset Police. Members of the public can upload dashcam or otherwise filmed video and digital
Dorset Council is undertaking a review of its polling district and polling places/stations to ensure that voting arrangements for future elections meet the needs of the people. Currently there are 400 local polling districts and around 320 buildings are used,
The Parish Council are aware there is some damage to the fencing on the Astro. The fencing in the goal at the Astro has been repaired temporarily. New fencing panels have been ordered for both goal areas which should be
The council meeting on 24th April marked the end of the current Parish Council team. With elections looming and boundary reviews, there will be a number of changes when everyone gets together again for the Annual Parish Meeting on May
For the purpose of VenFest Dorset Council has issued a Notice under Section 16A of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. This notice will: Prohibit the use of New Road, Lytchett Minster between its junctions with Dorchester Road and Post
We are holding our Annual Parish Meeting at the library on Saturday 20th April. As well as the meeting we have set up display boards in the library with past and future activity and we’re asking for resident’s suggestions and/or
Fibre is being mole-ploughed to Lytchett Matravers – for more information see here.
In case you missed it, there was an article in the Echo this weekend. The article covers the forthcoming planning discussions relating to some new housing off Huntick Road. You can read the full article here. And, we’re thrilled the
The Parish Council in conjunction with a working group from St. Marys Church have cleared the lower section of Church Walk up to the bend. The path had become increasingly narrow, but is now about 3 metres wide all the