THE 11th SWANAGE BLUES FESTIVAL - 4, 5, 6 MARCH 2011
* Open Mic daily, Electric Jam Sessions, Buskers
Quarterly Meeting, 4th March 2011 @ 10am, Swanage Town Hall
3. Minutes of 14th September meeting
4. Matters Arising
5. Determining land and buildings requirements for the community of Swanage- Dr Martin Ayres STC and Roger Sewill DCC
a. Overview of Swanage asset review
b. Input from local organisations
6. Summary and Next Steps
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What happens to my old PC?
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What exactly do I donate?
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Where do I donate my PC?
More information on this programme can be found on the Age UK website.
Residents in Dorset and east Devon are being asked about plans to bring in passenger boats to cut coastal traffic.
The Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) have been looking into the viability of waterborne travel.
Pilot routes could link Weymouth to Portland, Bournemouth with Swanage, Studland and Poole, and Sidmouth with Seaton, Lyme Regis and West Bay.
Residents have until 28 February to comment on the idea which forms part of the draft joint local transport plan for Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset.
Click link above for more information [ http://news.dorsetforyou.com/2011/02/could-we-get-from-a-to-b-by-sea/]
To give your views, go to www.jurassiccoast.com and follow the link from the home page to ‘Draft Stage 2 Waterborne Transport Study’. I think is where that takes you:
Since complaining about the tortuous commenting process, I've been sent this link:
For more information about the project, contact Sue Mitchell, Dorset AONB Recreation, Access and Transport Officer on (01305) 01305 228236 or email@example.com or Sally King, Jurassic Coast Visitor Manager, on (01305) 225091 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Key documents include:
Waterborne transport (Part 2)