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Milborne Port Covid 19 Community Response - Prescription Delivery Service

covid-19The Community Response Team are assisting Milborne Port Pharmacy with the delivery of prescriptions for self-isolating patients who do not have a relative or neighbour to collect medicines on their behalf.

To use this service please order your prescription as usual from Milborne Port Pharmacy. In most cases the Pharmacy staff will deliver your medication directly to you. In the event that they are unable to do this, the Pharmacy will advise you to send a message to The Rev. Sarah Godfrey, The Vicar of St John’s, Milborne Port. Sarah will contact a volunteer who will then collect your medication from the Pharmacy and deliver it to your home.

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Milborne Port Magazine - here!

covid-19During this lockdown period, the Milborne Port magazine is not being delivered. There are some (free) copies in Wayne's. If you know of anyone who normally takes the magazine, encourage them to take one of these and since you have on line access, if you could read the copy on line at Milborne Port Magazine  We have also put up a new menu item under the General tab where recent copies are available.

History and Heritage Group

Heritage LogoCalling all living members of those old Milborne Port families! Imagine it’s Milborne Port in 1901. Not ancient history by any means, but it’s still history and for some of you reading this it’s YOUR history too. And in 1901 there are hundreds of different families here. There’s the Hann family for example; the Tizzard family; the Hallett family – and the list goes on. Luffman, Bugler, Woodley, Blandford, King, Pullen, Dyke, Gould, Abbott, Coombs, Thorne, Watts and Davis. And that’s just a few.

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South West in Bloom

swib-logoKaren Gough wites: Regrettably under the present circumstances it comes as no surprise the competition this year has been cancelled. Although our volunteers will endeavour to keep our village looking good, at this present time this is very difficult to maintain, so we will just have to all bear with it for our own safety.

I can report that 100 trees have been planted at the cemetery and in the Summer of 2021 the copse should look lovely.

In the meantime, Stay Safe, Stay Home and enjoy the sunshine and your own gardens

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