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Milborne Port Climate & Nature Action

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We hope you and your loved ones are keeping well. While the coronavirus crisis is impacting all of us and our face to face activities are restricted, we will be doing what we can to play our part in minimizing the health, climate and biodiversity crises and helping our neighbours.

Spring is here and research shows that spending time with nature helps our mental health and wellbeing and as we also depend on biodiversity, helping nature is a doubly great activity in these difficult times and also something to keep young children occupied. Here are some ideas…

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Milborne Port Gardening Club

GardeningIt will be no surprise to anyone that all Gardening Club events throughout April and May have been cancelled. Our annual plant sale, which always seemed a popular village event, will not be held in its normal form of stalls outside the Town Hall. At present we are thinking that we may have a single table of plants in Thimble Lane, the short footpath from the A30 to South Street, which will be unmanned with an honesty box payment system. However, as events and increasing restrictions are happening daily a final decision will not be made until later in April. We will keep you informed through the Magazine and this website, and e-mail to all our members. We hope that you are so far well and will remain so.

Milborne Port Magazine

The April issue of the Milborne Port magazine is not being delived by the distributers because of the current health issues resulting from Covid-19. However it is availble here as a downloadable copy (it is a large file of 14MB), by clicking on the link Milborne Port Magazine

Please note that are some changes to available services in the village since it wenty to press, and they are listed below:

  • The church building is now CLOSED but the Church is still active, as explained in the magazine.
  • Recycling Centres across the county are now CLOSED

If you know of anyone that normally receives the magazine, but does not normally access the community website, please give them a call and let them know it is available here.

ReBorne Church

reborn churchFollowing the merger of the community churches in Milborne Port and Sherborne we have in recent weeks launched the new name ReBorne Church

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