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World Wetlands Day – The aim is to draw attention to the vital role of wetlands as a natural solution to cope with climate change.
Wimborne War on Waste hosting a litter pick starting at Fair Ground shop in the Corn Market. All ages welcome and kit available to be borrowed.
National Nest box Week. Time to mend, clear out and put up nest boxes.
Star Count – They ask that you count all the stars you can see in the Orion constellation. They then use these results to map and track light pollution trends across the country.
Wimborne Repair Café are all about fixing things. A place to bring along your items in need of repair that would otherwise be wasted.
Working alongside Nouriish Pop-up Vegan Cafe the Repair Cafe is run by the community, for the community.
This event not only provides repair services but is also a space for people to come together for a social chat and to pass on skills.
Clothing, textiles, sewing, small electrical, toys, ceramics, jewellery, small furniture and bicycles. Our team of volunteer fixers are on hand to give your items a new lease of life.
One of Planet Wimborne’s affiliated groups is St John’s Church, where a whole crowd of children from Wimborne had great fun this summer taking part in the church’s annual holiday club, ‘KidsVenture’. This year’s theme focussed on the Christian idea of real transformation that can be found through God – including the need for things to change for the better in the way we care for our planet.
Dorset Council has issued an update on the development of the local plan, following a Cabinet Meeting on Tuesday 26th July 2022. You can see the update here: Dorset Council Local Plan – Cabinet update
This update is particularly relevant to the Dorset Deserves Better Campaign and is the first information received from the council for many months. You can find the latest information on the DDB campaign here: Dorset Deserves Better