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The Parish in the Heart of the Isle of Purbeck

St George’ School – Proposal to change PAN

Primary School

The Governors of St George’s CE VA Primary School are proposing to change the school’s Published Admission Number (PAN) to 15 from 1st September 2019. Further details can be found on the school’s website: http://stgeorgeslangton.dorset.sch.uk  There is a six week…
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Notice of conclusion of Annual External Audit 2016-17

The Annual Financial Audit for LMPC for 2016-17 was completed on 27th September. The accounts are now available for inspection at the Parish Office Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays between 9am and 1pm, or by appointment; please contact the Clerk. The…
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Dorset Care Record Rollout

DCC are planning to join up Heath and Social Care records to provide one new confidential computer record for each resident that will be complete and up-to-date. This will help all Health and Social Care professionals to understand you better…
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New pedestrian/cycle crossing at Coombe !

DCC Highways have recently unveiled their latest plans for Coombe junction. The new layout will include separate entrance and exit lanes, with a small island in between. There will be a pedestrian ‘island’ on the West (Wareham) side of the…
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Be a Friend of the Woodland Trail

The strip of Council land between St George’s playing field and the Coles ground was set up last autumn as a woodland trail incorporating an orchard area. The apple trees (twelve varieties) and hedge saplings planted in the area during…
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Faster broadband now available in Langton Matravers/Acton

Faster broadband is now available to residents and businesses in Langton Matravers/Acton thanks to Superfast Dorset ! Maximising the number of people who take up superfast broadband brings many benefits – more connected communities, economic growth and it help us…
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Langton’s Volunteer of the Year honoured.

At a special ceremony at Westport House, Wareham on March 2nd, Langton’s previous Rights of Way Liaison Officer Ian Vaughan-Arbuckle was among nine volunteers honoured for their outstanding contributions in their local communities. District Council Chairman, Bill Trite, paid tribute to their hard work…
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Chairman spends a bright (nearly) new penny

Members of the Langton Matravers Allotment Association gathered on 17th December to witness the opening of their new compost toilet, which was formally opened by Chair of Langton Parish Council, Cllr William Knight. Producing a bright shiny 1916 penny from…
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