Welcome to the Chideock and Seatown Community Website. This website belongs to ‘the community’ and is all about Chideock, North Chideock and Seatown. We hope these pages will be of interest to both local residents and visitors to our village.
Chideock is an amazingly busy village with lots of groups that anyone can join and lots of entertainment and events that are happening so please take your time to look through our website – not forgetting our stunning Photo Galleries.
If you are a visitor to this beautiful part of West Dorset please check out our Accommodation Guide.
- Mine, Yours, Ours – Your say on the NHS in Dorset
MINE. YOURS. OURS.
THE NHS BELONGS TO ALL OF US – MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR SAY.
- Next Community Café – Friday 20th January 2017 2.00pm in the village hall.
- THE VILLAGE HALL TO HAVE A FACELIFT!
The painting of the village hall is to commence at the end of March 2017
Chris Gasson of Urban Improvements has offered to undertake the work along with a few local helpers. Chris moved to Chideock with his partner Kerry and 3 young children early last year and wants to play his part in the community.
I know from first-hand experience the quality of Chris’s work and am very pleased that he has offered to do this painting.
Jane @ Warren House B&B
- GREAT TURN OUT FOR CPR/DEFIBRILLATOR TRAINING
Some 35 people turned up for the CPR training in the village hall last Tuesday. Helen Long our local First Responder was on hand to give advice with regards to CPR and the use of the defibrillator. As many of you will know we have two defibrillators – one at The Anchor, Seatown and one in the centre of the village at The George. I am sure all of us who attended feel a little more confident after our training. A certificate was handed out to all that took part. This was a very interesting afternoon and may lead to ‘saving someone’s life’. Thank you to Heather, Mary and David for their support to this project.
- ADVICE ON KEEPING YOUR BIRDS SAFE FROM AVIAN INFLUENZA (bird flu)
Avian Influenza, also known as bird flu, is a disease that affects all types of poultry including chickens, ducks and geese. A severe strain of the disease, H5N8, has recently been found in wild and captive birds in the UK. This guide is designed to help keepers of small flocks of poultry look after their birds while there is a prevention zone in place.
Avian Influenza Bird Flu Factsheet
- QUIZ NIGHT! Friday 27TH January in the Village Hall.
- CHIDEOCK FILM CLUB PRESENTS ‘DADS ARMY’ Tuesday 31ST jANUARY
- WI Forthcoming Diary Dates
Monday 12 December. Non-members welcome with or without dogs. Meet outside The George Inn at 2.00 pm for walk towards North Chideock, Cancelled if heavy rain.
Monday 9 January – Non-members welcome with or without dogs. Meet outside The George Inn at 2.00 pm, Cancelled if heavy rain.
Tuesday 10 January 12.30-2.30 at The George Inn. We will be discussing books by Tracey Chevalier.
We meet on the second Tuesday of every month at 12.30 pm at The George Inn.
Lunch and Natter
Wednesday 18 January at 12.30 pm. Venue to be announced. There will be a board to sign at the January meeting
Monday 23 January. Friendly skittles at The Clock. Sandwiches will be available. Start at 12 noon and husbands and partners are welcome as well. There will be a board to sign at the January Meeting
- COME TO THE COMMUNITY CHIDEOCK CAFE