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After a great deal of joint discussion, a revised travel plan

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Travel arrangements update – Bridport, Beaminster, Broadwindsor, Mosterton & On

UPDATE – 26 September 2017 The situation regarding what is now being referred to as the College Bus: Dorset County Council speedily arranged this when we saw the First timetable. It leaves Bridport at 7.30am, it gets to Beaminster at … Continue reading

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Yeovil College Bus for those on the 40 bus route Bridport – Yeovil

Please contact the College if you have not already done so for use of the College run on Monday starting at Bridport at 07.30am.  This service will run for a week whilst a more permanent service is worked on by … Continue reading

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Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service Media release Last call for the Prince’s Trust Team Programme There are a final few spaces remaining for the upcoming Prince’s Trust Team programme being delivered by Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service in Bournemouth this September. We are looking for unemployed young people to take part in an exciting 12 week course to learn new skills and improve their confidence and motivation. The upcoming Team programme will be based at Kinson Community Centre and will run from Monday 25 September until Friday 15 December.  A taster day will be held at the centre for eligible participants on Wednesday 20th September at 11am, for people to find out more information and meet the team. The course will give unemployed young people aged between 16 and 25 the skills and confidence to find a job, with three in four young people supported by The Prince’s Trust, moving into work, education or training. Participants will get involved in team building activities, a four-day residential trip in Dartmoor, complete a community project, and take part in two weeks of work experience during the programme. They will also get advice on how to write CVs, practice interview skills and gain nationally recognised qualifications. Rob Guy, Youth Intervention Manager, said: “We welcome young people to come along to our taster day to meet the team and find out more. The 12 week programme is all about helping young people to learn new skills and achieve their potential. It really is an exciting opportunity and we are asking anyone who is currently unemployed and between the ages of 16 and 25, who would like to gain qualifications and improve their motivation and confidence, to get in touch.” If you would like to find out more about the upcoming Team programme or register an interest to apply, please contact Rob Guy on 07739 899293 or email rob.guy@dwfire.org.uk  

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Beaminster No 40 Bus

Users of the number 40 bus are obviously concerned about various reports stating that the route has been de-registered.  This has happened but it does not mean for sure that the route will no longer be served.  It is a … Continue reading

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Dorset County Council Election 2017

Thank you everyone in the Beaminster area division for your support, not just those who voted for me but for everyone who voted – our area had an incredibly high voter turnout for a local election which is fantastic, local … Continue reading

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The Dorset NHS Clinical Commissioning Group public engagement on GP services

I thought it might help to post a summary from the NHS CCG about their current public engagement strategy concerning the future of GP services.  There is a longer more detailed document available from their website too.  There is the … Continue reading

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