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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

The Gainsborough Allotments

Management:

Milborne Parish Parish Council own and manage the allotments on Gainsborough Road.

The Parish Office maintains the list of current allotment holders and oversees the the rules being followed.

Waiting List:

The allotments do have a waiting list and this is managed by the Parish Office.

If you would like to add yourself to this waiting list then please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The current estimated waiting time is a year.

Costs:

The Managment Committee will be reviewing the rent charge in January 2020 and the new charges will be posted on here by March 2020

The rent is payable in January every year, however, this year (2020) we are a few months behind and hope to get the invoices out by March. 

Full Forecast

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