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Mayor receives his jab

The 10th February marked the 50th anniversary of the release of Carol King’s album, Tapestry. In 2020, Tapestry was ranked number 25 on the Rolling Stone list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Listening to it again over…

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Your Voice Matters

Since becoming a Councillor and more recently Mayor, I have become much more aware of the things that concern people. I now get phone calls, e-mails and stopped in the street to be told about an issue that is of…

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You Are Not Alone

The pace of change during my lifetime has been astounding. Alongside the many wonderful scientific and technological advances that have made all our lives so much easier than those that lived by previous generations we now seem to live in…

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Food and Water

Food I was privileged to grow up on a farm in the beautiful Vale of Belvoir on the Nottinghamshire Leicestershire boarder. We were beef farmers winning supreme championship prizes at all the prestigious national agricultural shows. Our prize winning Lincoln…

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Dealing with Bridport’s Waste

Over the past few months I have become increasingly aware of the waste my household generates and what happens to it. Hence my involvement in the Plastic free Bridport campaign and my recent Blog looking at how we can have…

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Moving up to Tier 3

Earlier today the Government announced that the Dorset Council area will go into Tier 3 (Very High) from 00:01am on Thursday 31 December. A strain of coronavirus has already reached Dorset according to new data – and could have been in…

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