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The latest Langton Matravers Parish Council news items

Zebra Crossing outside St George’s School ?

Primary School

To improve safety for everyone crossing to the School Field, St George’s School and the Parish Council are formally asking DCC to install a zebra crossing. The school needs to use the field as a refuge in case of fire…
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Langton Telephone Box

Kings Arms

Following a suggestion by BT that the box could be disconnected and/or removed, the Council formally resolved at its meeting on 10th November that it wishes BT to retain the working telephone for public use, or if this is not…
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Rights of Way Survey – Results Published

Footpath sign

The Council has now formally published the results of the Rights of Way Survey. This survey was undertaken following the approval, in principle, of the Parish Council for the use of an SLA, with DCC, to maintain the important rights…
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New Langton Matravers Parish Council email address

Langton Matravers Parish Council

Apologies to all who may have been trying to contact the office by e-mail; our ‘dorsetparishes.gov.uk’ was removed without warning by the Government on Wednesday 16th March. The Dorset Association of Parish and Town Councils have now offered us space…
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Footpath Survey

Footpath

At the public meeting held by Mr Ian Vaugh-Arbuckle, the Parish Rights of Way Officer, a number of residents have volunteered to survey one or more of the public footpaths in the parish. All results to be returned to Ian…
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Allotments now available to the residents of Swanage

Allotments

At the Parish Council meeting of the 8th January 2015 the following resolution was unanimously passed: “Whereas priority will always go to residents of Langton Matravers, Worth and Harman’s Cross, owing to an historic shortfall of allotment holders in Langton,…
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Housing Needs Survey Report

Housing Needs Survey 2013

The Housing Needs Survey conducted late 2013 and formally adopted by the Parish Council at the January 2014 meeting can be viewed here. Quick overview: Number of forms returned: 176 of 518 households sent a survey (34%) Of the households…
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