This website is a source of information for both the local community and those planning to visit or actually visiting this fantastic part of Dorset. The website has been designed to be interactive by allowing you to use the Contact Us page to send us some news, feedback or to ask a question. The editor of the website will respond to the messages you leave or add your information.
The Village Notice Board, gives information on notifications that the Parish Council has received and details of activities likely to affect the parish and there is also a link to the Village Facebook Page.
What’ On this Week
Our apologies but the WVM website is not up to date as of 09/06/2023
You can click here to view all events on the Wriggle Valley Magazine’s Diary Pages
You can view a list of regular meetings and events by clicking here
These links connect with the Wriggle Valley Magazine website and the magazine’s pages
EMERGENCIES – contact phone numbers of emergency services and utilities can be accessed by clicking here or from the Village Notice Board page.
ROAD CLOSURES – notifications and consultations can be found by clicking here or from the Village Notice Board page.
SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS – See Notifications on the Village Notice Board
STORM ADVICE – Click here for advice from the Met Office, Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service and Dorset Council
The Country Watch Website has been launched and will act as a one-stop rural resource centre for all things rural crime related in Dorset. It is intended to help Dorset’s residents overcome rural crimes. Check out the website here – County Watch website
Control of Dogs
We have seen an unacceptable increase in incidents of dog fouling over the last few months. Dog owners are reminded of their responsibility in clearing up after their dogs, even when on the sports pitch which is used by many children for informal play. We can all report dog fouling on the Dorset For You website by clicking here . Doing this will alert the authority to the problem which will trigger more frequent visits from the Dog Warden.
Yetminster Community Sports Club
The Club has a busy calendar (see the entry in the Amenity pages for details) and is also home to Yetminster United who would welcome your support
The tennis court is available for members to make bookings, the croquet club is meeting (socially distanced on Wednesday and Friday afternoons and the club is open. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parish Council plays an important role in the life of the community . We normally meet on the last Wednesday of the month unless otherwise advertised and Councillors also sit on at least one sub-committee. You can contact the Parish Council through the Clerk – Ms J Hole email@example.com / 01963 23254 – or use the Contact Form by clicking here
Community Speed Watch
The Speed Watch patrols will shortly become operational. There is no doubt that the speed at which vehicles travel through the villages is becoming a great concern, so please consider volunteering to join the team. You will be required to attend a short training session after which you can be part of a patrol as and when you are available. Please use the contact form to register your interest in joining the team.
This is continually updated and we are keen to keep this up to date and ask you to use the contact us page to give us information on your clubs, activities and events in the Parish.
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Last Updated: 09/06/23 – DIT