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Coronavirus (COVID-19) update - Use of Public Rights of Way Dorset Council recognises that public rights of way and the cycleway / walking trails in Dorset provide an opportunity for local people to take exercise and get some fresh air in these difficult times....
Messages from Dorset Council – Support for local businesses / Businesses invited to access grant funding
Businesses across Dorset are asking for information about grants to help them during the Coronavirus crisis.click on the following link to the specific pages on our website to help them with this, which we hope you will share with your local community. More...
Dear residents We’ve been receiving a significant number of calls to Dorset Police with questions about coronavirus and how the government restrictions impact individual circumstances. We’ve pulled together a section of our website where you can find updates from the...
Message from Elaine Ryan (Police, Prevention Department, Dorset). Bonfires – Please Consider Your Neighbours and Be Safe
After what was a long wet winter we have now seen an upturn in the weather and there has been very little rain over the last few weeks, so gardens, open spaces and heathland is drying up rapidly. At this time of year it is usual to see an increase in wildfires. ...
Dorset Council has taken the decision to suspend parking charges in its car parks across the county during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Following calls from the general public and Dorset’s elected members, the Council will no longer require payment for the use...
Important information from Dorset Council – Waste Services: new rubbish and recycling guidance for all Dorset residents
As Dorset Council’s waste services begin to feel the pressure from coronavirus (COVID-19) employee absence and the need to introduce new safety measures to protect our workforce, we are asking residents to help us by changing the way they deal with their bins, litter...
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About Studland Parish Council
Parish Councils were set up by statute in 1894 to provide government for people at a local level and to attempt to address their local issues.
Studland Parish Council consists of nine councillors, each elected to serve for four years, one of whom is the Chairman and another of whom is the Vice-Chairman. Chairman and Vice-Chairman are elected at the first Council Meeting (or Annual Meeting) in May. Casual Vacancies on the Council are advertised in the Council’s notice-cases.
The Council meets on the third Monday of each month, in the Village Hall at 7.30p.m. Notice of meetings and the full agenda of the items to be discussed are posted on the Council’s noticeboard (at the Village Hall) and also on this website. At each meeting, time is set aside for public discussion, when any parishioner may ask questions or air concerns or grievances.
Studland Parish Plan
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