Business Partners News
Mr and Mrs T Cross of Coneygar Lodge Ltd are welcomed as a new Business Partner
An email was sent, by President Clive Bath, to all our Business Partners to tell them that a full page advert was placed by the Club, in the Bridport News, to thank the Business Partners for their support. Click on the following links to view the advert.
Bridport News pdf page 1 Bridport News pdf Page 2
We are delighted to welcome Stevies Cleaning Services to the Business Partners Scheme
A full page ad was placed by the Club, in the Bridport News , to thank the Business Partners for their support.
click on this link to view the ad. Bridport News Business Partners ad Feb 2012
Two new Partners join the Business Partners Scheme:- Snooks Hats and A.J Supplies
6 October 2010
A full page ad was placed by the Club today, in the Bridport News , to thank the Business Partners for their support.
Click here to view the page
Pams Second Hand Shop now on the web. Go to www.pams-secondhand-shop.co.uk
Exciting New Play Area opened in West Bay, developed by HUCK NETS.
An innovative new play area opens in West Bay.
Bridport Town Council has been working with young people who have been involved in the Summentor Mentoring Programme and with the support of Bridport Young Persons’ Action Trust (BYPAT) to finalise the design for an exciting new play area in West Bay. The young people have been heavily involved in developing and designing the play area, which in the words of 14 year old Nathan Baxter “will be for everyone from 0-99!”
This unique play area has been designed to reflect its setting on the Jurassic Coast and the area’s history of rope making. The purpose built design is based on a “ship” wrecked on the rocks and broken into three pieces, with robust climbing structures and swings. The Town Council will be working with a local company, rope and net specialists Huck Nets, to build the play area, which is to be sited between the main West Bay Road car park and the cycleway footway (the old railway line) just north of the station. The land to be used has been transferred from West Dorset District Council to the Town Council.
The play area is being provided with funding from Bridport Town Council, West Dorset District Council, the Dorset County Council’s Playbuilder Programme (funded by the Department for Children, Schools and Families), Dorset County Council’s Youth Capital Fund and the Bridport Charter Fair.
Town Councillor Maggie Ray said: “The Town Council has been working for some time to obtain funding for this play area and it is very pleasing that we will now see such an innovative design that the young people have chosen themselves, finally being delivered. I would like to thank everyone who has been involved in the project and raising the funding that has made this possible, particularly the young people themselves, Arthur Woodgate and the Town Surveyor, Daryl Chambers.”
Arthur Woodgate, creator of the Summentor Project, and founder and Chair of local charity BYPAT, said “This is one of the nicest projects I’ve ever been involved with (and I’ve been involved in quite a lot). Now well-established, Summentor was piloted three years ago. Senior mentors from the Sir John Colfox School worked in the summer with junior school leavers who faced potential difficulties in dealing with the transition to senior school. It worked brilliantly well.”
10 December 2009 Fishy News
The Hive Beach Cafe welcomed special guests for Fish Awareness week when they were visited by Burton Bradstock Village primary. 30 children came down from the school with five teachers and helpers.
During their visit pupils took part in identifying fish, preparing mussels and getting hands on with crabs and lobsters.