The Dorset councillor who represents Fontmell, Compton and Melbury has a new role within Dorset Council.
After the success of Sunday’s Apple Day at the community orchard in Enmore Green, our wildlife friendly gardener Dirty Nails praises pears!
On today’s show: SEND school plans and community use of St Mary’s | Shastonbury – A live music fundraiser for cancer | Motcombe parents sent parking advice letter | New responsibility for Melbury and Fontmell councillor Jane Somper | Wildlife-friendly gardener Dirty Nails | Dawn bird song at Donhead St Andrew
A Shaftesbury Town councillor wants all playpark repairs completed by spring following the annual assessment of the ageing equipment.
Dozens of Shaftesbury residents enjoyed song, socialising and cider in the sunshine yesterday. Alfred visited Apple Day at the community orchard at Enmore Green.
A Motcombe villager has contacted the Parish Council because she is fed up with dog mess and wants more signs reminding dog owners to clear up after their pets.
Jane Smith hears how Homestart North Dorset tailors the support they offer Shaftesbury families according to individuals’ requirements.
On today’s show: Shaftesbury celebrates Apple Day | New Cann estate and shop turned down | Council hopes to address 110 faults at Wincombe playpark | Motcombe residents advised to report dog poo | How Homestart’s Vix Madel supports Shaftesbury families | Donkey parade and Great Santa Run for Christmas in Motcombe | Tawny owls on Breach Lane
The covid-19 case has risen in Shaftesbury and most of the surrounding parishes.
The Friends of Breach Common founder is leaving. John Rutter tells us how his group has already made a real difference to the Common’s biodiversity.