In October Dorset Council submitted their Bus Service Improvement Plan on time to the Department for Transport. Since that time they have been working on the next stage – the Enhanced Partnership.
As part of the ongoing process they would like to invite Town and Parish Councils to a stakeholder briefing session to be held via Teams to explain the Enhanced Partnership process, their plans for governance and bus user representation, the work conducted to get them to the stage and the timeline for completing the process by the end of March 2022.
Cllr. Simon Christopher did reporton the Enhanced Partnership Plan but made no mention of this invitation for you to be heard. You are invited to attend either of the sessions being held on Wednesday 19 January at 10am and Thursday 20 January at 2pm.
To attend either briefing session, you need to have Microsoft Teams installed. Microsoft Teams is free – you can download it HERE. Please then click on the appropriate button below.
Residents at Fullers in Broadwindsor this morning received correspondance informing them of amendments to the planning application WD/D/21/000123.
The proposal: For CG Fry to erect 22 dwellings and associated works, including the formation of access, surface water attenuation pond, landscape and ecological enhancements (AMENDED SCHEME).
The application, which was made on 18th January 2021, remains out for consultation. Click HERE to view all the documents.
You can comment, support or object on this development online HERE The comment box they give you has a 1000 character limit. (If you wish to enter more than 1,000 characters, please type your response in a text document and add it as an attachment.)
You may have already made comments on the original submission. Any existing comments will still be taken into account. If you wish to make any further comments in light of the
amendments, please submit them by7th February, 2022. Please note that any comments received will be published on Dorset Council’s website.
If you require further information, please contact either:
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The courses which are now live to applicants include:
Different from Broadwindsor’s 100 club run by the Comrades Hall Committee which raises funds for the Comrades Hall,, the PCC 100 Club raises funds for our church, St. John the Baptist church. A note from their secretary…
Thank you for all your support over the past year. It is now time to think of this year. So please! Subscriptions are due for the year 2022. There are spare numbers if you wish to join. contact details below.
Cost: £12 for the year. Half of the subscription goes to the Church.
The Draw: takes place every 2nd Saturday of each month.
Subscriptions can be left at Broadwindsor’s village shop. Please put in an envelope with your name and address and marked for ‘Robin‘. Cash or cheque. Cheques should be made payable to: Broadwindsor PCC 100 Club. A further alternative is through the letterbox at 8, Redlands Lane.
It would also be helpful if you could advise me if you do not wish to continue with the Club. Thank you.
Once again the village is indebted to Chris Edgerley and his helpers who are restoring the historic phone box in the centre of the village.
They are doing a wonderful job and it will become a great library and book exchange for the use of all residents. Malcolm Heaver will make a purpose built shelving system using all his carpentry skills.
Our again sincere thanks to all the people who have brought this important landmark back to life.
Wendy Shields will manage the library on an ongoing basis.