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.
- BBC SOUTHWEST Monday 4th August at 6-30pm
Chideock residents may be interested to hear that the story of Chrissie Squire, the Chideock Egg Lady, will feature on both BBC South West Spotlight and BBC Radio Solent during week commencing 3 August as part of the BBC’s extensive coverage of the First World War. There should also be an article on the same story in the September edition (available mid August) of Dorset Magazine. Anyone who wants to know more about this fascinating piece of village history may like to visit the ongoing exhibition at Bridport Museum or come along to the ‘Chideock in the Wars’ exhibition in the village hall on Friday12 September. Further information from Frances Colville on 01297 480833 or email@example.com
- CHIDEOCK NEWS – AUGUST 2014
Just out – the August Chideock News.
- ‘POLICE SURGERY’ (drop in) Wednesday 30th July
- THE CHIDEOCK FETE – Saturday 23rd August at 2pm in Clapps Mead Playing Field
The ever popular Chideock Fete will take place on Saturday 23rd August at 2.p.m on The Clapps Mead Playing Field. If you would like to be part of the fete or have a stall please contact Lyn on 01297 489098 or Sarah 01297 489905
- HIGH TEA – CHIDEOCK HOUSE GARDENS ON FRIDAY, 11TH JULY
What a beautiful afternoon we had at the High Tea in Chideock House Garden last Friday. The food was superb – delicious cakes, sandwiches, pastries and strawberries all served on beautiful china. Well done to Anna Dunn and her team for organising such a splendid afternoon and I am told £348 was raised for the Chideock Village Hall.