Briantspuddle is the central village containing all the public amenities of the Parish of Affpuddle and Turnerspuddle. Sponsored by the Parish Council this website has been built and is managed by voluntary resident effort on behalf of the Council for the benefit of the community and to enable all to be aware of a small part of the stunning County of Dorset.
Tuesday and Saturday mornings from 1000 – 1200 – bacon rolls, home made cakes and good company. Take a break before you do your shopping in the village shop but please don’t sit in groups of more than six.
Please use this link to the PCC Minutes and Policies page to read the Agenda for the AGM to be held on Sunday 18 October after the 9 am communion service. Use the link to read also about the proposed changes to the Benefice Scheme.
St Laurence’s at Affpuddle is open for private prayer each Sunday and Wednesday from 10 am to 4 pm and for Sunday Worship see the Church Services Page
it is no time to lose control. See this website’s Coronavirus page for the five conditions to relax lockdown, the details on who is eligible for testing and how to get it done through the government website. See also what it means that the Alert State has changed down from 4 to 3. New on the Coronavirus page is an abridged copy of the BBC article on the current situation..plus what the new social gathering restrictions are from Monday 14 September.
International travel resrictions and quarantine requirments are growing as is the requirement to use face coverings. Read more by going to Coronavirus page and then the government website to see what you can and cannot do.
and doing their utmost to keep the shelves full and doors open. To comply with Government Instruction only one customer can be present in the shop at any one time – details on how to achieve this are on the Shop and Post Office page.
Read the Summer Newsletter below for more information – also available on the Shop and Post affice Page
Please remember that social distancing still very much applies
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Whats on in the Parish Parish Magazine This is an electronic version of the parish magazine without the cover pages. It is set up as the printers copy A4 folded to A5 therefore the pages are not sequentially numbered – takes a bit of…
Financial Support Available Dorset Council have launched a campaign to raise awareness of the range of support available to people financially affected by COVID-19 so they can seek advice and support before they reach crisis point. They hope that this will result in fewer…