“Premium Surface Dressing” will now take place on the A352
Monday 1st July to Friday 5th July – Max Gate to Broadmayne
This will involve stop/go boards and convoy working
between 9am and 4pm
The work is weather dependant and dates may be subject to change.
At Broadmayne’s Annual Parish Meeting on the 20th May 2019 there was a very interesting talk on Modern Farming Practices by Tim Merry, the Operations Director of J V Farming Ltd which manages fields between Broadmayne and West Knighton for the Herringston Estate.
During the talk Tim explained many of the conservation initiatives that he is involved in and, towards the end, made proposals to establish “Permissive Paths” in some fields whilst restricting access to conservation margins. This, he suggested, would give further recognised walking routes without compromising conservation objectives
Whether you were at the meeting or not, please take time to look at the presentation and if you have comments to make please use the form provided. We will collate comments received and discuss them with Tim
This morning a good number of people attended the dedication of a new memorial in Broadmayne.
The dedication was organised by “Local History Broadmayne”
The memorial is to the American Soldiers who were stationed in Broadmayne and West Knighton in the build-up to D-Day.
The memorial was installed by Steve George of the Castletown D-Day Centre on Portland and is by the junction of Chalky and Cowleaze roads
David Eaglestone gave a talk on the historical background and Rev Anthony Bush led a dedication service