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  • Delays to traffic as broken down vehicle blocks road

    There are delays to traffic in Bridport this afternoon due to a broken down vehicle. The A35 Sea Road South in Bridport is partially blocked and traffic is queuing in the area.  This is due to a broken down vehicle at Crock Lane and Pasture

  • Easter raffle raises more than £1600 for Bridport communities

    A successful Easter raffle took place in Bridport raising more than £1600 to help community groups in the area. Bridport Lions Club held a raffle for an Easter hamper and chocolate egg on Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16 in Morrisons, raising

  • Elderly man rescued after becoming stuck in mud

     An elderly man was rescued after becoming trapped in the mud for over two hours.  Fire crews from Bridport and Charmouth Fire stations were called to North Chideock at 2.46pm yesterday, Thursday April 19, to rescue an 84 year old man who was stuck

  • Youths learn to sail in 'really challenging conditions'

    Sixty young people battled windy weather conditions to learn how to sail. Lyme Regis Sea School (LRSS) hosted their second ever open day with instructors taking students out on the water to practice their sailing skills in the morning and capsizing

  • New sculptures installed at subtropical gardens

    Two new sculptures are now on display at a popular west Dorset tourist attraction. Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens has welcomed a new sculpture collection by leading contemporary sculptor, Simon Gudgeon. Visitors to the gardens can now see two

  • Lifeline rural bus service given £16k boost

    A LIFELINE bus service which is run by volunteers and driven by a town council chairman has been given a funding boost by Dorset Council. The CB3, run by volunteers and supported by Beaminster Town Council, links rural villages to towns in west