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22May 19

Announcing Regulation 16 – Bridport Area Neighbourhood Plan

“Dorset Council as the local planning authority is required to carry out a consultation on the submitted plan. People are being given six weeks from 17th May 2019 until the 28th June 2019, to comment on the content of the plan or how it was produced. The plan and supporting…

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04May 19

Bridport Town Council Election Results 2 May 2019

The results of the 2 May 2019 elections for the two Bridport Town Council wards are shown below.  Eighteen councillors were elected in total and will serve a five-year term until 2024. Bridport North: Votes Candidate Description 391  Rose ALLWORK (Elected) Labour Party 405  Sarah CARNEY (Elected) Labour Party 356…

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22Feb 19

All Change on Bridport’s Service 7

Bridport Town Council hopes improvements to its town bus service from 6 March will attract more passengers.   Following a review of Service 7, the round-Bridport bus service set up last August by the Town Council, a new route and timetable will take effect from 6 March 2019.  The changes…

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20Feb 19

Help Control the Spread of the Asian Hornet

The West Dorset Bee Keepers Association (WDBKA) has recently highlighted concerns about the Asian Hornet, with increasing reports of sightings including in West Dorset.  It is a highly aggressive predator of native insects, and poses a significant threat to honey bees and other pollinators.  It isn’t a native species and…

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