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capoeiraNew Capoeira classes in Lyme and Bridport starting on Sunday 19th January.  The classes will take place at:

Lyme Regis Hub, Church Street
Sunday 10am - 11:15am

Bridport Leisure Centre in the Bacit Studio
Sunday 4 - 5:30pm

For the time being, the classes will be for all ages, but depending on numbers we will run separate adults' and children's classes.

"Dang Dang Diddly Dang De Dang Dang Dang Diddly Dang De Dang Dang Dang Diddly Dang De Dang White lines....... Boyakasha....."

Centre markings are to be reinstated on the picturesque B3157 following a meeting at Dorset County Council today (15 January)

Members made the decision after considering a report on the Chickerell to Bridport road and listening to local residents’ concerns.

in-th-bagLocal woman Margaret Allen has just had a book published entitled "In the Bag! Labrador Training from Puppy to Gundog"It offers a fresh approach to gundog training for beginners and seasoned trainers alike. It contains sound advice on the selection of your Labrador Retriever and valuable information regarding his care and management from puppy to veteran.

Margaret Allen who lives just outside of Bridport has been successfully training, trialling, breeding and showing Labradors since 1964. Margaret believes that in order to train your dog successfully, you should make it your chief objective to find out what makes him tick. In this book, you will learn how your dog thinks, reacts and learns. Armed with this knowledge, training should proceed with a minimum of setbacks.

Is available from Crowood Books or if you would like a signed copy you can contact Mrs Allen via her website margaretallen.co.uk

These three short films were made by Watershed PR for Spirit of Bridport and funded by Dorset Chalk and Cheese. They really give a taste of the best of West Dorset .

ichinenNew self defence course for men and women (16+)

The British Legion Hall, Victoria Grove, Bridport.

Every Thursday 7.oo pm

Beginners very welcome!

Phone Master Horst Lindenau on 01308-459781

To safeguard and protect the Historic Street Market of Bridport please say NO to any plan or policy to introduce roadside parking meters on East, West and South Street.

Why is this important?

It will not, as claimed, "promote economic growth" or "make the town safer, more attractive" or "generally nicer to visit".

The radio mast at Rampisham are now being felled to make way for a solar farm, this is a good thing I suppose but we'll miss those landmark spires, we'll miss picking up the world service through your fillings a nearby stock fence on a misty day, we'll miss the footless birds (don't perch on microwave antenna). Below is a poem about them penned by Margery Hookings (shortlisted from the Bridport Prize 2008 under the pen name, Maddie Grigg).

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fencing-final-12West Dorset Fencing Club championships got off to a spirited start on Thursday with eight young fencers under the age of thirteen fighting for the Junior title.  Fencing being equally a sport for girls and boys, the pool was mixed, but it turned out to be the girls’ night.  From five  boys and three girls, the girls were 1st, 2nd and 3rd!  The winner was 12 yr.old  Ellie Baldwin, who fenced with tremendous determination throughout the evening and won all of her fights, thoroughly deserving her first place.  She was closely contested by her friend, Caitlin Oldham, also 12, who was runner up after an exciting final bout.   3rd.place and this year’s style prize went to one of the youngest members of the club, Isabel d’Arrigo, and it was a delight to see neat and controlled fencing from a young lady of only 8 years old !

It Could All Be For Life (Not Just For Christmas) by Shelby's Elbows

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