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… you’d be in for a big surprise. ….. possibly as June is Crime Month.
The Bradford Abbas Ultrafast Community Project pledge target has been achieved.
The government will now pay for the premises of residents who pledged to be connected to the exchange by fibre optic cable since enough have now committed to the Bradford Abbas Ultrafast Community Project.
Bradford Abbas Open Gardens
Sunday 4th July 2021 12 noon to 4pm
Register at the War Memorial, Church Road, to collect your badge and a map. Adults £2, children free, teas available.
This event is in aid of new equipment for the Bradford Abbas playground.
On Monday several of the Parish Council and our County Councillor, Robin Legg, met with the owner of Gollup’s Ground who is now fully aware of the depth of feeling in the village about the erection of the fence and the importance we place on the amenity of the field and especially access to the river.
After extensive research completed by the Bradford Abbas History Society it appears 20 names were missing from the War Memorial. The Parish Council commissioned a stone masonry to rectify this by adding plaques to the War Memorial with their names and rank (if known).
The Bradford Abbas St Mary's Week Charitable Trust kindly donated £500 toward the project. The total cost was £1,530.
Bradford Abbas Parish Council contributed to the initial two meetings of Dorset CAN (Dorset Climate Action Network).
On our website here, we have the following documents submitted by Dorset CAN:
Regular updates from Public Health Dorset are available here.
Previously, Dorset Council sent regular emails to brief Parish Councils etc. about key issues and information related to COVID-19. They no longer do this, so follow the link above to the Public Health Dorset website.