The Internal Audit of the accounts for the year ended 31st March 2021 has now been completed the accounts sent to the External Auditor, PKF.
The Notice for the Exercise of Public Rights is now issued and will run from Monday 14th June to Friday 23rd July 2021 and the Notice can be found:
Notice of Public Rights 2021
During times of mental health difficulties, it is important that support, help, advice and guidance are available at the earliest opportunity. Support may look like specific clinical intervention, it may be support from people who have lived experience which the reciprocity or relationships helps build confidence and understanding.
The information sheet provides signposting to adult and older person mental health supports which are available in addition to the existing primary care and secondary care mental health services.
The full list of services offering help and their contact information can be found by clicking Useful Mental Health Support Dorset
A vacancy exists for the position of Parish Councillor – details can be found at:
Notice of Vacancy
If you are over 18 and live or work in the parish and would like to get involved with the future development of your community, please contact the Clerk.
The Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return for Bere Regis Parish Council is now available:
Notice of Public Rights 2020
For further information on the accounts for the year ended 31st March 2020 please see:
Accounts for the Year End 31st March 2020
Each month a roadworks report is issued by Dorset Council. A full list of current works can be found by clicking on the link below.
Road works report – Purbeck – January 2020
Dorset Council have released a press release for the Bere Regis Neighbourhood Plan, which can be found here.
The accounts for the year ended 31st March 2019 have now been reviewed by our Internal Auditor and the Notice for the Exercise of Public Rights is issued and can be found here: Notice of electors rights 2019.
The full information for the year end can be found here.
Bere Regis Parish Council is delighted that our community has voted decisively in favour of adopting our Neighbourhood Plan. 447 votes were cast in favour and 92 against, with a turnout of 40.19% of the eligible voters.
We very much hope the landowners and developers will get on with applying for consents and building the new homes as rapidly as possible, so as to keep disruption to a minimum.
We look forward to working with residents on the new facilities that the new plan will make possible.
All parishioners are invited to come along to the Village Forum on Saturday 27th April, commencing 10am at the school hall and running until 2pm.
There will be a brief talk on all that has been achieved over the last year, including the completion of the Neighbourhood Plan.
The official launch of the new minibus service will take place and forms will be available on the day for village groups to sign up to be able to hire the vehicle.
There will also be an open forum discussion on future projects – what would you like to see happen in the village in the future and how can we go about achieving that goal.
There will be tea and coffee available throughout the day and hard copies of the Neighbourhood Plan to take away.
On Thursday 2nd May, 2019, all residents of the Parish will be asked to cast their vote for the Neighbourhood Plan. The Poll will take the form of one question to which you will need to answer a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’. The question will be:-
Do you want Dorset Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Bere Regis to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?
The Parish Council and many residents of the parish have been working on the Plan for over 6 years now. We very much hope you will answer ‘Yes’ to this question.
The full notice of Poll can be found here: BRNP-notice-of-poll