AGM 2019

A Date For Your Diary

lots of changes & exciting opportunities for community involvement please make space in your diary Speaker Bryan Edwards Ecologist location: Wellworthy Sports and Social Club Dumbarton Road Wyke Regis Weymouth, DT4 9BY Bar opens at 6.30pm meetings starts 6.45pm


Rodwell Trail and the Jurassic Coast – have your say

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Keep Britain Tidy – now here is an idea that arrived in FoRT post

Butterfly 2019

Butterfly Identifaction Day 4th August

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Rodwell Trail access made a little bit easier

are there any areas you find a bit tricky to navigate? The lack of a drop kerb at the Parr Way crossing where everyone connects with Sandsfoot Castle Gardens or perhaps are enroute to Sandsfoot Beach has been sorted! Dorset Council Highways were very quick to see the need that we presented to them and

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Trail Patrol

Uniformed patrol officers Karoline and Sam are on the beat which includes the Rodwell Trail. Please say hello to them and tell us when you meet them. They can be contacted direct via The Friends of Rodwell Trail are keen to know how often the look after us!


Trail part of the Jurassic Coast Challenge

all day yesterday and all through the night there have been hardy souls [soles] doing their personal best on this mammoth challenge some carry numbers in the 5000′s!!! and still they keep coming – running – walking – concentrating – chatting – enjoying the view well done well done well done see how far they

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Spring Litter Pick CANCELLED

with the Trail vegetation cut back yesterday we had planned a Litter Pick for this coming Saturday 1st June. As you know the local government reorganisation has changed our landowner for the Trail and how things are done. We have been ready with the Risk Assessment and have all the bin pickers and collection arranged

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Dorset’s Important Geological Sites Group (DIGS) news

DIGS workday Rodwell Cutting on 29 April 2019 Report by G S Pettifer, 10 May 2019 Looking upstream towards the former boggy area immediately after clearance work Dorset’s Important Geological Sites group (DIGS) held a workday in the Rodwell Cutting on Monday 29 April. This site has been designated as a Local Geological Site (LGS)

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new Police machine!

keep safe and help others: please contact the Nothe & Chapelhay Neighbourhood Policing Team about  any matter  you find problematic.  The more well tell them about drug dealing and anything else negative the better resourced they are so its 101 for non-emergency calls and they have a Facebook page too. In an emergency please call 999 #Weymouthpoliceaction