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Blandford Little People





  

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Puppets and performances will fill Blandford Market Place on Saturday August 4th for the Big Launch of the Blandford Little People at 12.30pm to preview the finale of Blandford’s community theatre event three weeks later. Organised by Kissing My Elbow Productions with the support of Forum Drama, Blandford Forum Town Council and Blandford Parish Church, rehearsals have been in progress for several months for the four performances of ‘The Borrowers’, adapted by Charles Way from Mary Norton’s classic novel.       Read more…








   Durweston Bridge closure





THE four-week closure of Durweston bridge for the strengthening of the causeway and culverts carrying the A357 over the river Stour floodplain impacted heavily on nearby villages as large amounts of traffic sought to avoid a lengthy diversion by using the back lanes. There were reports that on the first Saturday of the four-week closure, more than five times the usual number of 900 cars went through Bryanston School, the term time home to 700 students, with many travelling above the speed limit of 20mph. There were similar problems in Child Okeford, with cars passing St Nicholas Primary School in Haywards Lane, and in Durweston.      Read More…

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