News & Case Studies

June 15th 2019 and a literary festival for Sturminster

Celebrating Sturminster’s literary heritage Something new and exciting is taking shape in Sturminster’s events calendar and I can’t wait to share

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Pauline is bugged by people who litter

County Councillor’s Blog… Pauline’s 5th blog this year in which our trusty campaigner makes clear here annoyance with those if us

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Pauline has a Christmas week working with her fellow volunteers

Pauline has a busy Christmas week with her volunteer crew members getting things happening for the town. Change to our market

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A call to volunteers in Sturminster Newton

Hi I just want to introduce you to our service for the Sturminster Community. We are a small private charity funded

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A week in the life of your local councillor

A week in the life of a Councilor….. 17th to 24th November. Mrs B gets out and about around her constituency.

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Pauline Batstone’s week in Sturminster

Pauline Batstone experiences a week of goodbyes and new beginnings in Sturminster. Sturminster Library goodbye and hello Last week Stur Library

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8 scenic walks around Sturminster and its rural history.

  Sturminster Mill This blog lists 8 of the best walks in and around Sturminster Newton with downloads of maps and

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The Top 7 things to see or do in Sturminster Newton

One of our readers has posted this blog about their favourite things to visit,  to see or do in and around Sturminster. He

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Ten Places to find Hardy in Sturminster Newton by Terry Townsend

1. The Market Place In Thomas Hardy’s novel Tess of the d’Urbervilles the young heroine makes her way through the Sturminster

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