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BryanstonTimes

Welcome to the new style Bryanston Times website. We have made some changes to the navigation system and some pages are still waiting uploading.  Please be patient and do return again to see if your favourite sections have been uploaded.

We are constantly looking for news material to keep the site fresh and up-to-date.

 

Noticeboard- NEW..NEW..NEW

We have updated the noticeboard page for event posters and advertisements. To place a Post–it–note simply Email the wording with any images to the editor. This is a free service. GO

 

Spotlight page.

The Local services page has been updated and now includes a " spotlight on local business advertisement". If you would like to feature in this section please contact the editor using the link on the menu bar. The spotlight advertisement is free to local businesses regardless of size.

 

 


NEW PAGES
The new Events page is still a dynamic page importing content from Forum Focus. It now includes film and theatre links as well as location reviews etc.

St Nicholas Church now has a section in the BryanstonTimes web. This is Bryanston’s parish church and all are welcome to attend Services etc. St Nicholas - Benefice Magazine April.

 

Local History Group

The BVHG website now up and running on the Blandford Museum Website.GO

 

Coming Soon

A dynamic page bringing content from Google street view. Plus lots more

 

 

 

Vandalism in Bryanston
Vandalism is on the increase in Bryanston.

On Sunday 20th April a youth was seen to smash a window on the red telephone box. The youth did own up when challenged by a resident. It has apparently  been reported to the SNT who will be " having a chat" with the culprit.

Trees damaged.....
Several small tress were cut down at the rear of the recreation ground to build a " children’s den". It may not seem very serious to cut down small trees but to cut down any tree over 50mm in dia you need a licence - not from the land owner but from NDDC.

To cut or damage a tree over 50mm in dia is classed as criminal damage and perpetrators can be fined up to £20,000 for serious breaches. They may also be sued by the landowner.


 


Thank you to those who helped with or completed the survey. The results have been published on the Blandford + website, www.blandfordplus.org.uk. It was clear at the Local Plan Hearing that the battle about where housing should go may not have been won, and local councils and residents should be preparing themselves to comment on forthcoming planning applications in the villages. Pdf Poster



Parish Council Election

Town and Parish council elections in Bryanston are held every four years with the last full elections taking place in May 2011. By-elections may be held to fill vacant seats as and when they occur. read more