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  • Mayor celebrates Diamond Jubilee in Christchurch

    By Com_Publisher at 23:20 on 07/06/12
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    The Mayor of Christchurch, Cllr Peter Hall has celebrated the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in Christchurch with two ceremonies. In the first he planted an oak tree in Druitt Gardens, saying: "To celebrate our Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee, we are planting a traditional English oak. I sincerely hope that, in sixty years' time, some of the children present today will remember being here when we planted the oak and what it...
  • Councillor Peter Hall Elected Mayor of Christchurch

    By Com_Publisher at 20:59 on 17/05/12
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    Cllr. Peter Hall has been sworn in as Mayor of Christchurch at the annual meeting of Christchurch Borough Council. Cllr Hall serves the town centre ward and was elected to the Borough Council in 1995 and to Dorset County Council in 1997. Having served on many different committees at both councils, presently his two main committees at Christchurch are Planning Control and Scrutiny, and the Community Overview, Environment Overview and...
  • Litter Free Coast & Sea Campaign going well in Christchurch

    By Com_Publisher at 17:16 on 13/05/12
    Litter Free Coast & Sea
    The Litter Free Coast & Sea Campaign is going well in Christchurch with a number of beach cleans and litter picks having taken place at Friars Cliff Beach and Christchurch Quay earlier this year. Christchurch Lifesaving Club conducted a beach clean at Friars Cliff Beach in March and there are beach cleans scheduled in May by employees from M&S stores in Bournemouth and Poole at Avon Beach and Mudeford Quay. 5th Christchurch...
  • Christchurch Council looking for new use for boat store

    By Com_Publisher at 19:55 on 06/04/12
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    Christchurch Council is inviting members of the community and businesses to come forward with ideas for a possible new use for the boat store at Mayor's Mead car park near Christchurch Quay. The building was previously used to store motor and rowing boats for public hire from the Quay but the tenant has now vacated the premises and it lies empty. The store is a 184 m2 single-storey building which sits in a site of approximately 630...
  • Residents find out more about the work of Christchurch Council

    By Com_Publisher at 16:01 on 25/03/12
    Residents find out more about the work of Christchurch Council
    Residents of the Grange and Highcliffe have been the latest to be updated on plans and developments by Christchurch Council as part of a series of residents meetings across the Borough. Around 45 people attended the meeting at the Grange with more than 100 turning up at the Highcliffe event. They heard details of the results of the latest residents' survey and how the Council is keeping on top of the main issues arising from the...

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