Travel Information

Temporary Road Closure: Providence Row to BN

Allotments

25th - 27th July - see Closure Notice

Temporary Road Closure: B3143 Pulham

14th July to 15th July - see Closure Notice

Temporary Road Closures for Sewer Renovation,

Buckland Newton

2nd August for 8 weeks - see Explanatory Letter and Closure Notice

Dorset Council works with communities to transform

parking charges and permits

A news release regarding Dorset Council’s proposals to transform the way they charge for car parking across the county, as well as the development of a new parking permit for Dorset residents. A presentation video can be found at https://youtu.be/u59j4VLresA. The parking permit survey can be found at www.dorsetcouncil.gov.uk/parking-permit-survey Enquiries regarding this work should be sent to parkingtransformation@dorsetcouncil.gov.uk

44 new electric vehicle chargepoints coming to Dorset

Find out where the new chargepoints will be

Have your say on the future of Tourist Information

Centres in Dorchester, Sherborne and Wareham

Dorset Council is about to launch a consultation to help develop the future of its Tourist Information Centres (TICs)

Salt/Grit for icy conditions and Sandbags

Salt/Grit bins are available outside the Village Hall and close to

the Church. In case of flooding, the village now has a supply of

sandbags. If you are unlucky enough to require use of these at

some time in the future please contact Doug Morse on 01300

345707 to find out how to obtain sandbags.  The village Flood

Warden is Doug Morse (tel: 01300 345707) or e-mail

floodwarden@sky.com

Reporting potholes

If you notice a pothole or anything else you are concerned with on the road you are able to report it yourself on www.dorsetforyou.gov.uk

Bus Passes

More information at Dorset Council Bus Passes

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