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News from Spirit of Milborne Port

 Spirit of Milborne Port New cropped smallWe are glad to report that due to a big effort from everyone on the committee as well as friends and family and also to great support from the village the Village Fete and the Party on the Port made more profit than last year. Plans are already being made for next year with some changes expected so watch this space.

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Milborne Port Gardening Club look forward to the Autumn season

GardeningThe Gardening Club has enjoyed wonderful garden visits and social events during the long hot summer. We have now ‘returned to school’ for our autumn and winter programme of talks and activities.

On Tuesday October 9th, Mike Burkes from Castle Gardens will give us a talk on ‘Gardening for Climate Change’ – a very appropriate topic with the extremes that climate change seems to be bringing here and throughout the world.

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Bridge Evening

bridgeNow that the evenings are beginning to draw in, consider a new interest. We are looking for new members to join our Monday Evening Club. We play between 7 - 9 pm at the Milborne Port Village Hall, Camelot Room. If you are interested please, contact David Bishton on 01963- 251305. We look forward to meeting you.

Website content management support needed

MilbornePortLogo-HighRes with textThis community website, which went live in 2012 is intended to support communications in the village. Its construction and maintenance costs are borne by the Parish Council and the council has its own pages for which it is responsible. The contents of the main site (mainly news pages and diary), however, are kept editorially independent of the council.

 When the website went live, it had several people supporting and willing to edit content, however, maintenance of the main site content, excluding the heritage and Parish Council pages has now fallen largely to a single individual.

Unless other people come forward to help maintain the site content, there is an increasing risk that content will be missed; already the August newsletter has not been created due to holiday conflicts.

If anyone thinks they might like to help, please get in touch with the site administrator and help keep the community website alive.

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