Loders Parish


Welcome to Loders Parish Website.

This website was created from evidence gathered in the Loders Parish Survey 2012.  The survey revealed that parishioners required information about the village events and services.  The Parish Council from actions in the Parish Plan built this website for the Parish of Loders as an information point and link to services, and community activities.


 We hope you enjoy your visit  


Welcome to


LODERS PARISH COUNCIL


To contact the Council: Mrs J Hughes, Clerk to the Council

13 Twinways, Melplash, Bridport, Dorset DT6 3UQ

Tel: 01308 488624 Email: lodersparishcouncil@gmail.com


The Next Meeting of the Parish Council


Tuesday

17th July 2018

7.00pm


Loders Village Hall



Agenda


Meeting Dates 2018


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The Council’s Annual Return for 2017-18 is now being externally audited.  Any person wishing to inspect the accounting records may do so by contacting the Clerk.  All Finance Reports and the Annual Return can be found here.  



Loders Flood Plan






DCC Highways Working Together document

Presented to the Parish Council


Loders Emergency Plan


Loders Emergency Plan Revision 01.05.17



Advice and guidance when having a garden bonfire


C68 Highway Uploders Reopens

29th June 2018

Members of Loders Parish Council and Daryl Turner, DCC Portfolio Holder for Environment and Economy met with the team involved in reinstating the C68 highway at Uploders.

Michael O’Gorman DCC Highways Engineer gave a tour of the completed restoration project with photographs of the site prior to reconstruction and his original project plans.


Andy Tuck headed up the on site team.

The first car to drive along the new stretch of road which reopens to the public on Friday 29th June.

The Parish Council expressed their thanks to the Highways Team for their work in producing such a good outcome and to Mike O’Gorman for keeping the Parish Council informed throughout the project. Especial thanks to Andy Tuck for his patience and courtesy over the past months when answering villagers’ enquiries about the project’s progress.