around the site and find out all the local information, history
and news about our Village...
small group of people representing some of the village organisations,
are regularly meeting to plan how Bere Regis might commemorate the
100th anniversary of the First World War. They have now developed
the plans further. Find out more by clicking the Image above...
for a summary of the changes to the subsidised network, which came
into effect on 6th April.
Timetables books have been produced and distribution will commence
towards the end of this week. PDF copies have been loaded onto the
Dorset For You website and can be found here.
to the Pop in Performers WW1 Commemoration Show - see details above...
out the latest news on our local NeighbourCar Scheme, by clicking
the Photograph above...
into the Village Community Radio by clicking the Image above...
Day Lunch 2014
you like to spend Christmas Day with friends but don’t have
the space at home? Fed up of cooking a turkey for one or two people?
Bought a box of Christmas crackers and will still be using them
in 3 years?
you could have lunch cooked and served to you with no shopping or
washing up to do – for a fraction of the cost of going out
to a restaurant – would you be interested?
we might have the solution for you! Plans are being made to hold
a Bere Regis Village Christmas Day lunch at the Scout Hut but we
need to find out if there is any community interest and an idea
of numbers before we can go ahead. We don’t need to know exact
numbers or get a commitment from you – just putting feelers
out to the local community to find out if we need to book Santa
Claus to visit.
could you contact Karen on 07789 005 630 or Andrea on 01929 472
588 to register your interest.
took over 6 months of emails back and forth, but we finally now
have the entire Dorset County Museum's Bere Regis related Historical
Photograph Collection on our website. All 121 Photographs, (ones
we didn't have already), can be seen in our Historical Photograph
Galleries, by clicking the Photograph above. Just scroll down each
Gallery, until you see the Museum Watermark on each Photograph...
have digitised every available Bere Regis Parish Magazine, since
the very first one published in February 1887. That's approx 1,200
of them! Click the Photograph above to look at the digital Archive...
part of the community Bere 14-18 Commemorations, a small team is
researching the lives of the men of our three
local parishes (Bere Regis, Winterborne Kingston & Affpuddle/Turnerspuddle)
who served in the forces in the Great War. Their names are listed
if you click the Picture above. If you think you are a descendent
of any of the men listed and may have some family or service history
or mementoes (Photos, medals, service papers, cuttings, etc ) about
them, could you kindly contact Philip Ventham on 01929 471215 or
would be very pleased to speak with you. Any information, however
insignificant, is of interest as very often, family recollections
can fill gaps in the official records. All contributions will be
acknowledged and mementoes recorded and returned.
Rod Osmond has created a DVD of village life throughout the year,
called 'Yesterday Today & Tomorrow'.
Rod with more information -
"One of my favourite hobbies is making videos for others to
watch and enjoy
I have already produced two DVD's about the places where I have
lived previously and it has given me great pleasure to work on this
one of Bere Regis
The contents include many 'Now & Then' scenes as well as scenes
from different view points in the village
Literally hundreds of villagers are featured within filming as they
attend the various events that have happened throughout the year
From the candle light Carol Service at St John the Baptist Church
to the fantastic achievement of the opening of the brand new play
I am sure that you will find this wonderful window on village life
a pleasure to watch
Bere Regis 'Yesterday Today & Tomorrow' a lasting record of
our vibrant village community to show generations to come"
can pre-order it online by clicking here.
A limited amount will be available to purchase at the Drax Hall
Launch Cafe on Saturday 12th October at £10.00 each, from
10am - 4pm - refreshments available. Proceeds are going to the Church
Tower Restoration Fund.
problems with the online order form, then phone Alison Bennett on
01929 472 023.
are many things that people in the Village can do to help the environment.
Click the Photograph above for some ideas. There are also some general
everyday living tips that may help make your life a little bit more
simple and successful...
would love to hear your views on the Village Website. We have created
a 2 minute online survey that we would really appreciate if you could
complete. Click the image above to see it...
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