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Coach Trip to Wells August 13th, 2019

GardeningMilborne Port Gardening Club is running a coach trip to the Bishop’s Palace Gardens in Wells on Tuesday, August 13th. These gardens have undergone extensive restoration in recent years and are now attracting many visitors. We have a few spare places to offer to non-members.

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Friends of Milborne Port Library (FOMPL) - JULY 2019

hullabaloo blueDuring the last month, the Library friends have had their final meeting with both County and Parish Councils about the transfer of the Library to the mobile library in the East Street car park in the second half of July. The Friends are now qualified as a Charity Incorporated Organisation. From now on the Friends of Milborne Port Library (FOMPL) will be referred to as ‘F19’

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WI looking forward to their summer events

WI logoChristine Porter writes; many thanks to those of you who supported us by purchasing raffle tickets on our bottle stall at the Spirit of Milborne Port Fete.   i hope those of you who won enjoyed your prizes, whether it be a bottle of champagne or vinegar - both of which were on our stand with every sort of bottle in between!  It's hard to remember after our days of wet, cold and dismal weather that it was a glorious sunny and warm day, resulting in lots of people attending the fete.   All credit must go to the Spirit of Milborne Port Committee and helpers who put on such a great fete each year.

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Plastic free efforts in Milborne Port

news-800pxIn collaboration with Surfers Against Sewage, Milborne Port is working towards plastic free community status. The Parish Council is in support, and has passed a formal motion to support our efforts. With the council's help a mass litter pick took place in April, with dozens of refuse sacks of plastic waste removed from the streets of Milborne Port.

A website has been set up to keep people informed of developments: https://network23.org/plasticfreemilborne/ This has been put in the links page of the general tab of the site. It is pretty embryonic at the moment, but new content will appear as we engage with more community groups.

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