9:31am Thursday 11th September 2014
2:56pm Wednesday 10th September 2014
The erection of high metal fencing within Lines Field (off Louviers Road at Littlemoor) prompted considerable anguish among Weymouth residents. For ramblers, dog-walkers and horse-riders this was a major obstruction to the thoroughfares many had enjoyed for decades. New owners of the field, Bellway Homes (who have outline planning permission to build 100 homes in the field), had also erected a huge board on the roadside verge, requesting information regarding other possible sites for house building.
4:00pm Monday 8th September 2014
7:44pm Thursday 4th September 2014
6:28pm Thursday 4th September 2014
The September lunch will be on Monday 29th September, and the October Lunch will be Monday October 22th, times are 12.15 for 12.30 at Osmington Village Hall. Cost £6.00. Everybody is welcome so do come along.
4:00pm Thursday 4th September 2014
3:17pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014
3:02pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014
Osmington Village pump in lower Church Lane had a makeover last year and Jane Lock scattered ‘Butterfly & Bee’ friendly wild seeds. Whilst out jogging the other day, she just had to stop and take this photo of the pump and the wonderful display of native flowers above the pump.
9:24am Monday 1st September 2014
The 7th season of Osmington Recorded Music Society opens on Monday 15th September 2014 at the Village Hall, Shortlake Lane. when Chairman Peter Foster will give the programme which is entitled Let’s Enjoy Music. Although predominately a society for classical music lovers, it is by no means exclusively so. Meetings are held on 1st and 3rd Monday afternoons at Osmington Village Hall from 2.15pm. the next two meetings being 6th and 20th October. Further details from 01305 262121, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
2:25pm Thursday 28th August 2014
4:00pm Monday 18th August 2014
6:30am Thursday 14th August 2014
12:51pm Tuesday 12th August 2014
Young Community Spirit at the Village Fete: Leon Reed, aged 8, decided to help the Osmington Village Fete fundraising for the community by setting up his own stall. He made and sold Loom Band jewellery and raised £10 to add to the funds. Well done Leon.
9:10am Monday 11th August 2014
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6:53pm Tuesday 29th July 2014
2:00pm Saturday 26th July 2014
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9:38pm Wednesday 9th July 2014
• A small but vocal audience turned out for the AGM of the Sutton Poyntz Mission Hall Trust. Reports from Chairman Anthea Heathershaw and Treasurer John Allan were very positive. The hall had been used a great deal over the last year, leading to a sizeable increase in rental income, and demonstrating the worth of the facility to the local community. The windows had been painted, new external lighting installed and plumbing and water heating adjustments. The biggest improvement was the complete replacement of the ceiling in the hall, with acoustic panels employed to deaden sound levels, plus boarding above the kitchen which gave much needed storage space. The ceiling work was carried out thanks to a very generous donation from Barbara Harrison, and there was spontaneous applause when Bill Edgerton proposed a vote of thanks to Barbara. The Chairman and Treasurer were re-elected, as was Pam Dawson-Harris, the hardworking Secretary, together with the five committee members. All were heartily thanked for their efforts, and the meeting concluded with refreshment, provided, of course, by the committee!
11:08am Saturday 5th July 2014
The Osmington Speedwatch group has had a busy few weeks since they received their new replacement camera. This looks somewhat like a mobile phone but is very efficient in recording the speed of vehicles through the village. On one morning between the hours of 7 and 9am 25 vehicles were registered speeding, and one recorded speed was well over 40 miles per hour. Speedwatch is obviously helping to reduce speed of some drivers through our village, as the police have informed us that no driver has been recorded again after receiving a warning letter issued after the first occasion.
11:05am Saturday 5th July 2014
Osmington Parish Council has a vacancy for co-option, if you would like to consider becoming a Parish Councillor contact the Parish Clerk or the Chairman Nick Ireland, their details can be found on the Parish Council Pages of the Osmington website www.osmington.info
10:16am Saturday 5th July 2014
Recently the Osmington Parish Council has received a number of complaints, during the recent spell of good weather, concerning smoke from garden waste bonfires in Osmington Village. The bonfires are causing a nuisance and preventing neighbours from enjoying their gardens, opening windows and hanging out washing etc. The Parish Council Meeting on 7th July has an Agenda Item under Legal and Law and Order Matters, to consider the Parish Council's approach to and measures that might be undertaken concerning antisocial/nuisance bonfires.
9:35am Wednesday 2nd July 2014
• Well, the Sutton Poyntz Victorian Street Fayre pulled it off again. Good weather, good entertainment, good crowds and a great atmosphere. How do they do it? Guy Bridges and his dedicated band of helpers are to be congratulated on another marvellous success.
8:42am Tuesday 1st July 2014
8:52pm Wednesday 25th June 2014
• Anna Watson tells me that the Odyssey Majorettes, who train at Preston Village Hall on Saturday mornings, have just celebrated their first birthday, so congratulations to them. Over the past year they have taken part in Weymouth events and the Dorchester Carnival, and would like to thank all members and families for their constant support, plus the Lions club for the new music system and Bob's Cars in Dorchester for the carnival vehicle. Anna says it's been a wonderful 12 months and all the Majorettes are looking forward to the coming year. New members - girls and boys aged 3 to 16 - are always welcome. Contact Anna at odysseymajorettes.weebly.com for more details.
3:00pm Monday 23rd June 2014
6:24am Friday 20th June 2014
3:05pm Thursday 19th June 2014
This year’s photographic competition sponsored by Big4 Littlemoor is being judged on Sunday 29th June so you need to get your entries in this week. There are 6 classes; landscape,nature, pets, black and white, under 16’s and novice. The prizes are; best overall, £50 and for each category £15 1st, £10 2nd, £5 3rd. Entries cost 50p per photo (up to 4 photos max) maximum size of photo is A4. Entries mounted on board please with contact details and category on back. This competition is open to all. All photos will be displayed at the community hall along with an art exhibition on Sunday29th between 11am and 4pm. Refreshments will be available. For further details and details of where to send your entries please call Jan on 01305 834126. <li> Judging for the best kept garden will be in mid July and the area has now been extended to include Springfield and Preston/Preston Downs. There are 3 categories: small, large and community gardens. For further information and entry details please call Jan on 834126. <li> A reminder that the new chemo and radio therapy support group begins on Fri 4th July at St Francis church, Littlemoor, between 10am and 11.30. This is open to all who have been affected by cancer and its treatment and their families throughout Weymouth and surrounding areas.
9:39pm Wednesday 18th June 2014
A Huge thanks go out to all those intrepid volunteers who once again have worked their fingers to the knuckle planting away the hanging baskets and then hanging them around the park area. In total 24 hanging baskets have been sited and with the watering throughout the summer provide a real blast of colour throughout the holiday season. I am reliably informed that those involved so far are Laurie, John , Rose , Tom and Muriel. They chose the hottest day of the year so far to plant out and put into position the 24 baskets, which is a real work out in itself!
9:03pm Wednesday 18th June 2014
Weymouth Carnival Day is fast approaching and as always it seems that for us residents of The Park District it is an event that is on our very own front doorstep, so to speak. Consequently many of us do tend to get involved wherever we can. This year being no exception.
10:40pm Thursday 12th June 2014
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