Buckhorn Weston Community Website
The Buckhorn Weston Village Community Website provides information on the community, notices about local events and links to other village amenities and related websites. Click on the image to visit the website.
Buckhorn Weston Village Hall
Buckhorn Weston’s Village Hall is a well appointed community facility that boasts a large function room approximately 16m by 8m that can accommodate 150 people dancing; 140 people closely seated or 120 people seated at tables. With patio doors and windows overlooking the Village Green, and a stage with lighting and curtains the Village Hall is an ideal venue for any event. Aswell, as the large function room the Village Hall aslo offers a meeting room and well equipped kitchen. Click on the image to visit the website.
Buckhorn Weston Cricket Club
Buckhorn Weston Cricket Club is an active and friendly club that welcomes players and non-playing members from across a wide area with a strong social side always looking at ways to support and integrate with the local community.
The Sunday XI plays against other local and touring sides. The Mid-week Evening XI, ‘The Stingers’, play at least one 20/20 match a week from May until mid August providing opportunities for cricketers of all abilities and ages to play – so there is plenty of cricket on offer! The Junior cricket cycle is concentrating on Under 11’s cricket and they also have a Golf Society! Click on the image to visit the website.
Dorset Alert is a two-way community messaging system operated by Dorset Police, which allows us to exchange information with you by email or phone at no cost to you. The system is designed to allow people who register, to choose the type of information they would like to receive concerning crime and anti-social behaviour, witness appeals, crime prevention, community events and local good news.
You will not be notified about every crime or incident that happens in your neighbourhood. Our aim is to send you information where we believe to do so will reduce the opportunity for crime and anti-social behaviour or will help Dorset Police to solve a crime. Click on the logo to visit the website.
Public Rights of Way
Click on the link below to open a PDF of the local public rights of way. Rights of way are designated by a green dashed line.
Dorset For You is Dorset Council website covering all aspects of the Council’s responsibilities and activities from roads and transport to recycling and rubbish plus a full range of on-line services. If you want to know anything about the Council and what it does, this is the place. Click on the logo to visit the website.
Dorset Road Safe
Dorset Road Safe brings together the police, fire service, health and local authorities to work in partnership to reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured on our roads through education, enforcement and engineering.
Members of the public can also share information on dangerous drivers, highlight areas where they are concerned about excess speed, find out more information on educational courses they can take part in, road safety operations Dorset Police is running as well as where fixed cameras and mobile speed enforcement vans are for the coming weeks.
The site hosts the latest road safety news updates from the partnership, upcoming events that members of the public can get involved in as well as updates from local authorities on new engineering schemes, traffic calming measures and other initiatives.
White Hart Link
The White Hart Link is a community led project that aims to utilise the network of rights of way, public footpaths, including a section of the Trailway, to form a circuit of approximately 50 mile/80 km around North Dorset linking the 5 main towns of Gillingham, Shaftesbury, Blandford, Sturminster and Stalbridge. For more information, cClick on the logo above to visit the website or the link below to see their bussiness plan.
Jobcentre Near Me
Find your local JobCentre Plus including address information, opening times and contact details. Jobcentre Near Me makes it easy to find your nearest jobcentre plus offices and information about benenfits, support and Universal Jobmatch.
The Countryside Code
We all have a responsibility to protect the countryside now and for future generations, so make sure you don’t harm animals, birds, plants or trees and try to leave no trace of your visit. When out with your dog make sure it is not a danger or nuisance to farm animals, horses, wildlife or other people. Find out about the Countryside Code by clicking on the logo.