We aim to bring you the latest news and information from Bere Regis Parish Council. The Parish Council meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7pm in the Drax Hall. A Parish Councillor also joins Peter Wharf our District Councillor at the regular surgery he holds at Turberville Court on the first Saturday of each month from 9.30 to 10 am.
Useful information for the village, such as about libraries and bus services can be found here.
Recent News from Bere Regis Parish Council
- Changes to the Mobile Library Service
- Vacancy for a Parish Councillor
- Indoor Sports and Community Facility
About Bere Regis Parish Council
For more information about the role of the Parish Council and it’s role and responsibilities within Bere Regis see our About Us page. For a list of currently sitting Councillors visit our Councillors page. Minutes of the council meetings are available dating back to 1990 in the archives, with the minutes from this year’s meetings here.
If you require any further information please don’t hesitate to contact the Clerk at email@example.com
The Village of Bere Regis
The village of Bere Regis is built on the site of the Bere River, and (as of the 2001 census), has a population of 1,984. Located within the Purbeck District of Dorset, England, the nearest town is Wareham, only 6 miles to the South-East.
To celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the residents of the community of Bere Regis marked the occasion with the installation of new Purbeck Stone village signs. The signs were just one of many acts made by Bere Regis to celebrate the Jubilee.
Bere Regis was featured in many of Thomas Hardy’s novels in the guise of ‘Kingsbere’. The village features most notably in Tess of the D’Urbervilles, based on the Turberville family, whose roots originate in Bere Regis. The village website offers a fasinsting insight into the family tree of this now extinct family name.