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.
- CHIDEOCK PLAYERS Continue reading →We wish to notify the village that ‘The Chideock Players’ has decided to disband.A final AGM will be held at ‘The Clock ‘ Inn Chideock Monday 3rd June at 7.30pm – All are welcomeWe are holding a display of our memorabilia/costumes/props and invite you to bring along any you may have and share memories of your time with the group. If there is anything in the way of costumes or props you like you are welcome to take them at the end .
It will be held at Chideock Village Hall on Saturday 13th July 12-4pmany queries please contact Catherine Batten firstname.lastname@example.org or 01308 897944
- CHIDEOCK ANNUAL VILLAGE MEETING Tuesday 21st May Continue reading →
Chideock Annual Village Meeting on Tuesday 21 May
7.15 pm for 7.30 pm
What does it mean to be “GREEN” and does it really matter?
This is particularly relevant following the recent “Extinction Rebellion” protests across the country.
Richard Nicholls, local CPRE member and Dave Rickards, Bridport Environment Group will speak and answer questions.
Cllr Roger Carey
2.Adopt the Minutes of the Chideock Annual Village Meeting held on 8 May 2018.
3.Receive reports from
Parish Council Chairman
Miss Sal Robinson, Parish Council Clerk
What does it mean to be “GREEN” and does it really matter?
Only those on the electoral roll are eligible to participate in any vote called by the meeting.
- ORTHOPAEDIC DOUBLE BED FOR SALE Continue reading →
Orthopaedic double bed with storage drawer in base.
Good condition – rarely used in last few years – vintage headboard included which can be re upholstered.
Would like £50 if poss
Contact Emma to make an offer on 07895 873 747
- CELEBRATING 100 CHIDEOCK WI YEARS Continue reading →
- CHIDEOCK CHATTERS – LIST OF EVENTS Continue reading →
Chideock Chatter’s is a group of ladies that meets to socialise and have fun.
Why not join us!
Here is a list of what is on this year.
Tues 21 May Pizza night @ The George
Thurs 20 June Walk & Dinner at Symondsbury
Thursday 8th Aug BBQ & Skittles @ Venn Farm North Chideock
Wed 18 Sept Pizza at The George
Sat 19 Oct Walk & Talk at West Bay and lunch @ Rise
Wed 11 Dec Rice & Spice curry meal and Christmas fun @
The Village Hall
email@example.com or phone me on 01297 489996 and we can add you to our list.
- CHIDEOCK COMMUNITY CAFE FRIDAY 17TH MAY Continue reading →
The community cafe is held in the village hall on Friday 17th May
Come along with friends or to meet some new ones. All ages welcome
Tea/Coffee & Cakes/biscuits available We look forward to seeing you!!
- SALISBURY DIOCESAN GUILD OF BELLRINGERS FEATURING CHIDEOCK BELLRINGERS WHO DIED IN WWI Continue reading →
PUBLICATION DATE: 1 MAY 2019
This Booklet has been produced after four years of commemorations across the Guild marking the centenary of the Great War. It is fully illustrated throughout and its cover is taken from an original artwork created for the Guild by Westbury artist Helen Chester (www.helenchesterarts.co.uk).
Contents include: Guild Memorial and Cathedral Commemorations, Ringers from the Diocese who Died (biographical details and details of ringing commemorations), Towers and Branches, The ‘Ypres Bells’, Other Commemorative Ringing and Events, Armistice Centenary and Post war. The Booklet also contains wartime extracts from Guild Reports and The Ringing World.
For the first time, in this publication, you will have in one place information that previously stood separately. The impact of the whole is all the more moving. Guild members and those from beyond will value and appreciate this Booklet both now and in years to come.
An extract from the Foreword to the Booklet by Nicholas Holtam, Bishop of Salisbury and Patron of the Guild.
Lest we forget, this history reminds us of real people and costly lives–people from our communities, our predecessors committed to ringing bells in towers where we now stand. It is good to know them by name and to recognise their significance for us today.
- FILM NIGHT Tuesday 28th May features ‘A STAR IS BORN’ Continue reading →
TUESDAY 28th MAY 2019
7PM for 7.30PM
£7.00 Non Members … £5.00 Members … Membership £2
Tea/Coffee & Popcorn. Choc Ices on sale during the interval.
WINE ON SALE , bring your own Beer, Nibbles, Blankets !! Relax and Enjoy….
- CHIDEOCK NEWS – MAY 2019 Continue reading →
Here’s the May 2019 Chideock News.
- YOGA IN THE VILLAGE HALL Tuesday mornings from 7th May 2019 Continue reading →
YOGA FOR BEGINNERS With Angie
CHIDEOCK VILLAGE HALL
TUESDAY MORNINGS 11.30am TO 1pm
£9 PER SESSION
FOR MORE INFORMATION PHONE
01297 489996 or just turn up!
All ages, men & women are welcome! Come and give it a go…
Warren House Bed and Breakfast Main Street Chideock Dorset DT6 6JW 01297 489 996 www.warrenhousechideock.co.uk
- ROGER HIRONS – THE PLANT DOCTOR – village hall – Saturday 18th May 2019 Continue reading →
ADVANCE TICKETS — £7
Paul on 07749 715091 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ON THE DOOR — £8
Tickets include glass of wine and nibbles.
- HAVE A STALL AT ‘PARTY IN THE PARK’ SATURDAY 6TH JULY Continue reading →
PARTY IN THE PARK
To Commemorate Fields in Trust Day a Party in the Park will be held on Clapps Mead Playing Field on Saturday 6th July from 2-30 to 4-30pm. This will be like a Mini Fete and will have stalls, games and fun for all the family. If you would like to have a stall either for yourself or your chosen Village Group or Charity please contact Lyn Crisp on 01297 489098 or email: email@example.com. There will be no charge but a contribution of 10% of your profit will be requested which will be given to the Parish Council Community Fund which helps maintain the Childrens Play Area. This is an opportunity to display crafts, local food, artwork etc., to sell to the public. Or run a Tombola or Raffle for your chose Village Group or charity. You will be required to provide your own table etc., this is an offer of a venue only. Come along – set up your stall – and join in the fun!