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Come and strut your stuff with MPO in “Anything Goes”


facebook-anything-goesMilborne Port Opera are expanding their range – again(!) with a new production of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes”. “Anything Goes” is set on a transatlantic liner in the 1930s. The passengers are the usual crowd of celebs, aristocrats, bankers, evangelists, gamblers and gangsters. The plot involves love triangles, misunderstandings, mistaken identities and subterfuge, punctuated by some great musical numbers.

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Canadian Solar donation to Milborne Port

town hallMilborne Port Parish Council is pleased to announce that Canadian Solar UK Projects Ltd (owners of the Milborne Port solar farm) have made a community benefit donation to Milborne Port Parish Council. Milborne Port Parish Council will announce at a later date, on which village enhancement project these monies will be spent.

Canadian Solarcomments that it continues in its restless efforts of boosting the social responsibility profile of any portfolio supporting local communities with their needs and advancing solar solutions that enable sustainable development worldwide.

If any residents wish to make suggestions of how this donation should be spent for the benefit of the village, these should be submitted to the Parish Clerk, Mrs. Emma Curtis.

GDPR and its impact on the community website

news-800pxThe new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came in to force on Friday 25th. In advance of this, we have been updating the website to comply with this and when you visit the site, if you want to get the best out of it, for example to see location maps, you will need to accept cookies (this should be a one time action following your review of the policies). Also if you have signed up to have the monthly newsletter e-mailed to you, you will have received an e-mail asking you to confirm that you still want to receive it. If you do not respond to this e-mail by updating your preferences, we will not be able to send you the newsletter. If you are at all concerned about how your data is handled, please contact the site administrator.

Anti Scam advice from SSDC

news-800pxThe District Council is offering the following links to information and advice on how to spot scams and prevent online fraud.

Visit the Police website at:  type “scams” into the search bar and you will see those currently featured. Another link for fraud is: Both these sites have tabs with more useful advice on criminal behaviour.

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