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.
The Government has announced that the Dorset Council area will exit out of national restrictions (lockdown) into Tier 2 (High Alert) on Wednesday 2 December. The main restrictions under Tier 2 are:
The Government plan to review this tiering on 16 December. Further information on the tier system and relevant restrictions can be found by following the link below:
All UK have signed up to a special arrangement for the periof 23 – 27 December. read the detail in the link below:
Vaccines are nearly there and Easter looks promising so long as we don’t go mad over Christmas. Read the Coronavirus page for more information on the Plan and see the new Tier system.
Please remember that as of 28 September anyone who tests positive for Covid-19, or has been told they have been in contact with someone who has, now has a legal duty to quarantine. For detailed information read the following link:
Dorset Council is inviting our parishioners and churches to use their “trusted voice” to publicise the ‘Reaching Out’ initiative, offering support to residents in the county.
Regrettably stopped until we come out of lockdown.
the team are doing their utmost to keep the shelves full, the doors open and introducing a tinge of christmas to tempt. Read more on the Shop and Post Office page.
Please also remember that social distancing still very much applies
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Much is in the news about climate change and the parts played by carbon footprints and management of waste and resources. Without wishing to replicate advice given by a variety of organisations the Dorset County website section is a useful starting point to try…
A Long View of Culpepper’s Dish Not many people can claim to have had such a long term view of the remarkable landscape between Culpepper’s Dish and Briantspuddle Village than Mrs. Eileen Riglar. In the early 1960s Eileen was a member of a mainly…
Waste Collections – Note from Dorset County Council The impact of the Crookhill Depot fire in Weymouth on Sunday 15 November may be felt in areas outside of South Dorset over the coming weeks. In order to have restored services in Weymouth and Portland,…