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Milborne Port Magazine

During the Covid-19 pandemic, the publishers of the Milborne Port magazine have sent this website copies of the magazine so that residents can access whilst they were not being distributed. This has now developed into an archive of the magazine.

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July 2020

August 2020

News from Milborne Port Primary School

mpps-logoOn Monday 11th November we held a two minute silence. This was a national event and we played our part at Milborne Port School. We had an interesting assembly at 11 o’ clock including a two minutes silence. The School Council placed crosses at the War Memorial and Garden of Remembrance near the village church. We also sold poppies and other items in support of the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal. By Ran Year 5

On 19th November Year 5 went on a trip to the Tutankhamun exhibition in Dorchester. The exhibition was enjoyed by all students. We learned about how Howard Carter found the tomb and we saw fantastic replicas of the event. We were handed a quiz sheet to fill in and test our knowledge. The exhibition included replicas of the Rosetta Stone, Tutankhamun’s death mask and a realistic treasure chamber. We were very lucky to experience this, so thank you staff and PTFA. By Cody, Year 5

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Roles of Honour, WWI and WWII

At the start of the countrywide commemorations of World War one, the bell ringers began a four year cycle of a half muffled ring of the Milborne Port Church bells on the 100 year anniversary of the death of each person. This was supported by some intense research into each soldier and the short article that Naomi has written on each one has been and will continue to be highlighted on the news pages of this website and the Milborne Port magazine until the anniversary of the end of that conflict. In the meantime, the History and Heritage group has published the complete record of that research, which is available as a professionally printed booklet for a small fee. Please contact them at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you wish to purchase. The group have kindly allowed its publication also on this website. It can be read here

Since then, Namoi has carried out similar research on soldiers from WW II. The booklet has been published by the Heritage Group and they have also kindly allowed it to be reproduced on this website and it can be seen here.

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