Walkers bring over £2 billion into England’s rural economy each year, according to the Ramblers Association. And the team behind the White Hart Link is hoping that their footpath between North Dorset’s five main settlements will encourage walkers to discover businesses and attractions in our area.
Month: June 2018
Shaftesbury Civic Society is hosting Civic Day on 21st June, to celebrate the people and organisations that make this town special.
It’s Father’s Day on Sunday and the Shaftesbury Snowdrops Festival team is inviting locals to mark the occasion by planting bulbs to say ‘thanks’ to their dads.
Shaftesbury Town Council will spend up to £10,000 on legal advice to establish whether there are grounds to challenge North Dorset District Council’s sale of the Cattle Market. Councillors could vote to commit more money, depending on the initial consultation.
‘Positive Changes’ at Shaftesbury Council Praised – And Their Success Will Be Shared With Councils Nationwide
The woman appointed to check Shaftesbury Town Council’s books, paperwork and procedures has commended the authority follow its recent changes.
A new independent shop has begun trading in Shaftesbury town centre and its opening extends the range of services available on the High Street.
This time on Alfred, the podcast for Shaftesbury, The Vale and Chase areas of North Dorset and West Wiltshire:
Keri Jones walks along the White Hart link between Motcombe and Shaftesbury. The latest section of this circular path around North Dorset was launched on Spring Bank Holiday. The walkers were greeted by the Chairman of Motcombe Parish Council and enjoyed a cream tea at the end of the route with the Chairman of Shaftesbury Town Council. You’ll hear how the group hopes this walk will boost our local economy. And you can hear about some of the special places on this 4-mile route, including the Woodland Trust’s Kingsettle Woods. (Begins at 00.25)