Dorset Police have launched a very useful and very comprehensive on-line Non-Emergency Directory going by the name of “AskNED”, designed to help the public find answers to common enquiries and guide them to the right agencies.
AskNED offers help and advice around a whole host of topics such as civil matters including issues with parking, noisy neighbours, concern with an animal’s welfare, etc., etc., as well as criminal matters including burglary and assault. AskNED provides advice and information about what you should do and who can help.
Full details and a link to the knowledge base have been added to the “Reporting Problems” page of broadmayne.org
If you have registered as a subscriber for emailed updates but haven’t received at least one (recently you should have had an email about AskNED the police on-line knowledgebase) then it is likely that our emails are being filtered into your Junk or Spam folder.
Please check to see if you have email(s) there.
To rectify the problem you need to identify email@example.com as a Safe Sender and there are some, hopefully helpful, instructions on the button below.
After making changes please let us know, using the Contact form, and we can send you a test email.
After a year’s break THE BROADMAYNE PLAYERS are back with their village pantomime featuring many of your favourite stars including Paul and Neil Read, Heidi Gibbs and more, as well as newly discovered local talent.
If you’re a regular you’ll know that it’s not to be missed – if you haven’t been before come along and be entertained – it’ll be fun – Oh yes it will!
Local History Broadmayne have contributed an interesting history of Broadmayne. It can be found on the “The Parish” tab, followed by “Broadmayne Then”.
The agenda for the Parish Council meeting to be held on the 5th February has been published.
The agenda can be found on the “Parish Council” tab followed by the “Agendas” tab.
The public are very welcome at all Parish Council meetings and there is slot for public participation when councillors would be pleased to hear from you on matters of concern about life in Broadmayne.
We have been notified of two new applications recently.
22 Chalky Road for the erection of a garage.
Land at Knighton Lane (Beside no. 6/8) – full details in connection with earlier approved application.
These applications will be discussed at the Parish Council Meeting on Monday 5th February.
Use a link on this site to visit DorsetforYou to examine these applications.
Damory have confirmed that they will be running buses on the number 5 route from Monday 22nd January. This is a great relief to the village and in no small part due to the public expression of concern when First Bus decided to end their service.
Damory’s timetable can be found by going to “The Parish” and clicking on “Useful Information”
We hope you will find the site useful. We intend it to be comprehensive in its coverage of life in Broadmayne.
Please explore it, bookmark it and return regularly.
Send us information that you would like to see and think others would like to see on the site.
We still have a few developments to implement so you will see some changes over time.
Please make good use of this community facility.