Wimborne Minster Town Mayor's Blog of 2018/19

Cllr Kelly Webb

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It’s all about the Children!

Last Saturday was the ‘Save the Children’ Parade in Wimborne Minster.  I think this may be the 27th year it has taken place, what an achievement!  I’m told the committee has been up to 20 people but currently stands at… Continue Reading →

Portrait of a Town

I was invited to the book launch of Alan R Bennett’s latest book ‘Wimborne Minster Portrait of  Town’ on Wednesday this week.  The Allendale Centre’s Minster Hall was set for an audience to hear how the book was put together… Continue Reading →

A Special Ceremony

This Tuesday was the last full Council meeting before Christmas so we made it a special one!  The East Dorset District Chairman Cllr Mrs Toni Coombs is due to have her Civic service on 4th March next year and has… Continue Reading →

25 Years of the Tivoli Theatre

I was invited to an exhibition at the Priest’s House Museum to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Tivoli theatre re opening after being closed and derelict for many years.  Alan Breakwell is the Chairman of the Friends of the… Continue Reading →

Mayoral Christmas Party

Well I’m hoping this will be a new tradition but who knows, we’re all different and each Mayor focuses on things that are important to them.  I felt it would be good to throw a party for all those local… Continue Reading →

Christmas Light Switch on 2018

The Christmas Light Switch On day in Wimborne Minster is a bit of a ‘thing’!  And it’s getting to be a bigger and better ‘thing’ year on year.  Once we realised that the community so wanted to be involved and… Continue Reading →

Colehill Parish Council Reception

A first Chairman’s reception for me – another new experience and just up the road from where I live!  Colehill Parish Council is our neighbouring Parish and we’re quite an integrated set of communities, so it wasn’t surprising to see… Continue Reading →

Yeovil Civic Day 13th November

Well there aren’t many photos from this day – yet!  As half of it was taken in a top secret location it would seem, at least they were very security conscious and cameras were not allowed and phones needed to… Continue Reading →

Beacon Lighting

This was an international event throughout the Commonwealth.  All over, people would gather to light a beacon to commemorate 100 years since the end of the first world war – all at exactly 7pm on the 11th November, followed by… Continue Reading →

Remembrance Week 2018

Last week was busy from a ‘Chairman’ viewpoint with various meetings including; discussions about how Local Government Re organisation will affect the Town Council meeting the WRAG Chairman (Wimborne Residents for Action Group) to find out about their objectives and… Continue Reading →

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