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Friday, 22 January 2021 19:04

Sherborne's Zero Food Miles Milk

22nd January 2021

Sherborne's Zero Food Miles Milk at Castle Farm on the Oborne Road to the east side of the town.

Published in Current news
Thursday, 14 January 2021 10:47

A joint vision for planning, 2021

14th January 2021

Vision for Planning launched

Published in Current news

8th January 2021

Please Help Dorset’s Artisan Food and Drink Producers

Published in Current news
Wednesday, 02 December 2020 11:47

Please save our Dorset Pubs

2nd December 2020

As we come out of Lockdown again but this time into Tier 2 restrictions, please spare a thought for our pubs.

Published in Current news

30th November 2020

This is a view of verdant, unspoilt, rolling downland in the parish of Pimperne which will be desecrated and built over if Wyatt Homes are allowed to build 600 homes north of the Blandford bypass. 

Published in Current news

22nd November 2020

MP Polling: 55% Conservative backbenchers considering opposing the government’s upheaval of the planning system

Published in Current news
Thursday, 12 November 2020 14:17

Portland Waste Incinerator

12th November 2020

Dorset CPRE objects very strongly to this application to build a waste incinerator within the setting of the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline. Deadline for responses 23rd November

Published in Current news
Monday, 02 November 2020 11:54

The Dorset Review Autumn 2020

2nd November 2020

Autumn edition of our magazine 'The Dorset Review' with updates from our local groups, Dorset under threat from Planning Reform and Farming in the year of COVID-19

Published in Resources

30th October 2020

It is pleasing to report that the trend to more local shopping has continued since Lockdown, and it is even better that we can report new shops opening now.

Published in Current news

updated 9th November  2020

The Sherborne CPRE Group has published a free booklet that highlights some aspects of the town’s built environment that need to be addressed.

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