Queen Thorne Parish Council
Restored Fingerposts in Trent and Sandford Orcas
Over the past few months Councillor Clive Yendole has been a man on a mission to restore the dilapidated fingerposts of Trent and Sandford Orcas to their former glory. Fingerposts are a characteristic feature of the Dorset countryside, but unfortunately the County Council no longer has a remit to repair them, which is why so many are in such a sorry state. The Parish Council is very grateful to Cllr Yendole for volunteering to carry out the renovations across Queen Thorne, meaning that the Parish Council has only had to pay for materials. If you haven't yet seen the real thing, you can see the fruits of his labour in these pictures of the first five signposts to be renovated..
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Dog Fouling in Nether Compton
Nether Compton Recreation Ground - Due to the amount of dog fouling on the playing field it has been decided to make this a dog free area. Notices have been put up to this effect.
Allotments - There are vacant plots in Nether Compton and Trent. Anyone interested please contact the Clerk - 01963 220491 firstname.lastname@example.org