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17Sep 21

Bridport’s Great Big Green Week and COP26

Saturday 18th September sees the start of Bridport’s Big Green Week. To launch the week there will be a gathering on Millenium Green from 10.30 - 2.30, with stalls, music, speeches and at 12 noon I will be reading out the Bridport Proclamation. The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference,…

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14Sep 21

Town Council Unveils Plans for a “Better and Fairer Bridport”

Bridport Town Council has published three options for the future governance of the town, including a preferred proposal for a merger of four parishes into a single council for the built area of the town, with the aim of improving local democracy and local services. A review of parish boundaries…

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09Sep 21

Bridport Achieves Plastic Free Community Status

When I became Mayor of Bridport in May 2020 I set the challenge of Bridport achieving Plastic Free status during my time in office. There were plenty of doubters who said becoming Plastic Free was impossible and in many ways it is. But that does not mean we should not…

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06Sep 21

Connecting Foundry Lea Development to the Centre of Bridport – Draft Report for Comment

Following consideration of the Bridport Access & Movement Study - https://www.bridport-tc.gov.uk/access-and-movement-study-2/Bridport Town Council agreed to commission an additional work from Streets Re-imagined and Highgate Transportation to consider options for walking and cycling connections between the Foundry Lea development and the centre of Bridport. The Town Council are keen to ensure…

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