Welcome, this is the Bradpole Parish Council Community Website.
Bradpole Parish Council manages this website to enable readers to be kept up to date with developments and issues facing the Civil Parish of Bradpole, its Council, and its residents.
Do you know the difference between a Civil Parish and anEcclesiastical Parish? OurParish Councilpage will explain this in more detail.
Bradpole Parish Council represents the views of local people, negotiates and influences the decisions which directly affect the community and aims toimprove the quality of life for everyone living and working in the area.
We maintain this community website as a relevant source of factual information by regular updating.
We realise that not all of our residents are able to access either this website or our social media platforms. We therefore produce a quarterly news sheet which is posted on the many notice boards around the parish.
If you have a friend or neighbour who you think would appreciate reading the current issue please download a copy.
NOTE: The weekly Thursday morning surgery at the Village Hall office has been suspended until further notice. Whilst the office is not in use, members of the public wishing to make comments or raise any concerns with the Parish Council should contact the Parish Clerk by email email@example.com or telephone 01308 422140.
– Thanks to the fundraising efforts of the Bradpole Fete Committee with match funding provided by Bradpole Parish Council, an external automated defibrillator has been installed at the Forster Memorial Village Hall on Higher Street, Bradpole.
– The Bradpole Council Fingerpost Project is progressing with the first fingerpost at Watford Lane now fully restored to its former glory and back in position at Watford Lane. Work to refurbish the Mangerton Lane post is now underway which will be followed by refurbishment of the post at Higher Street, Bradpole. Funded by the council and a grant from the CPRE, this project has been possible thanks to the work of volunteers with the assistance of the Dorset AONB.
– Following the devastating Wareham fire in May 2020 which saw an area the size of 230 football pitches destroyed, Dorset Councilhave launched a multi-agency campaign to ban BBQs and camp fires in high risk areas in Dorset. Bradpole Council are one of many organisations supporting the campaign to preserve our beautiful environment.
– Bradpole Council’s achievement in ongoing commitment to Councillor training and development has been recognised by the DAPTC for 2019-20 and 2021-22 in events that widen and update Councillor knowledge of the many factors that can help them serve their community.
– Bradpole Council has Councillorvacancieswhich may be filled by co-option.
– Weekly report to councillors available at this page.
Members of the public wishing to send comments on individual applications for Bradpole Parish Councillors to consider are invited to do so by writing to: Bradpole Parish Councilwithin 10 days of the consultation time limit indicated for each application.
Links to closed consultations remain below until such time a planning decision is made by the Local Planning Authority. The corporate response from Bradpole Parish Council will be available by following these links, hard copies are also available upon request to the Parish Clerk.