Welcome to the Puddletown Area Parish Council Website

The Parish Council covers the areas of Athelhampton, Burleston, Puddletown and Tolpuddle.

We aim to bring you the latest news and information from the Parish. The Area Parish Council holds 12 meetings a year starting promptly at 7pm. The AGM is held in May at Puddletown Village hall. The meetings always start with a short democratic period for members of the public to raise issues of concern.

For more information about the role of the Parish Council. For a list of currently sitting Councillors visit our Councillors page.

If you require any further information please contact the Clerk

All community groups and residents of Athelhampton, Burleston,

Puddletown and Tolpuddle are cordially invited to attend a

workshop on Thursday 28th Nov at 7pm to meet the parish council and

other community groups and discuss changes that you would like to see

to improve life in your community.

Latest News

Next Council Meeting 
5th November 2019 - Puddletown
There have been several reports of dog fouling around Puddletown. The Parish Council understands that the majority of dog walkers are considerate and respectful, however some are not so thoughtful. Most concerning are reports of dog mess within the grounds of St Mary's Middle School. The health and safety of children and young people must be a priority and this simply cannot be allowed to continue. Please ensure that your dog is on the lead through the school grounds and that dog mess is bagged and disposed of appropriately. The council is seeking to have dog waste bins installed at key locations but in the meantime please take dog mess home. Incidents of dog fouling can be reported to Dorset Council using an online form on their website or by calling 01305 251010.
Puddletown Area Parish Council is looking to recruit more Councillors as well as at least one Flood Warden. Please click the links for details.
Great news for Tolpuddle Old Chapel
A Community Speedwatch initiative is being established in Puddletown. If you are interested in volunteering for this then please contact the Clerk through the contact us page.
Digital Norm Campaign - Superfast Broadband