CORONAVIRUS

 


 

The Village

March 2020 - 

CORONAVIRUS - SOCIAL DISTANCING MEANS:-

THE CHURCH IS CLOSED FOR THE TIME BEING

THE VILLAGE HALL IS CLOSED FOR THE TIME BEING 

THE PLAYGROUND IS CLOSED FOR THE TIME BEING 

THE TENNIS COURT & BOULES COURT ARE CLOSED FOR THE TIME BEING

YOU CAN TAKE EXERCISE ON THE PLAYING FIELD BUT PLEASE KEEP AT LEAST 2 METRES AWAY FROM ANYONE WHO IS NOT A MEMBER OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD

REMEMBER YOU ARE ONLY ALLOWED ONE DAILY TIME OF EXERCISE IN PUBLIC 

CHILDREN MUST NOT PLAY WITH OTHER CHILDREN WHO ARE NOT FROM THEIR HOUSEHOLD 

Follow the advice from the government on keeping safe

 

Did you know that it's possible to have coronavirus, but not have symptoms? It’s known as asymptomatic infection and you can still pass it on to people for whom it could prove very serious. This is why following government advice is critically important.

 

Several residents have offered to do shopping or collect prescriptions for those unable to get out in these difficult times. Email us at info@melburyosmond.co.uk and we will put you in touch. Or use the phone numbers here for more help and advice.

BETTER TIMES ARE AHEAD SO -  

Like to know a little more about our lovely village? It was mentioned in the Domesday Book and you can learn more here and also about the Ilchester Estates connection.

 

 

In 1906 Sir Frederick Treves born in Dorchester wrote that it was "the most charming village in these Western backwoods". We'd like to think it still is the most charming village - peaceful and tranquil but we'll forget the backwoods! Enjoy a stroll through our pretty village with an abundance of thatched cottages and attractive houses, the historic church, the delightful splash and you'll feel you've stepped back in time. 

 


 


This website is a communication tool for the village as well as meeting legal transparency requirements. We hope you find the content of interest, whether you are a visitor or resident. If you would like to send details for publication on the site (subject to approval) please email them to info@melburyosmond.co.uk

Read about the Thomas Hardy connection 

 

The Parish Council would like to thank Dorset POPP for their assistance in the purchase of the village defibrillator. 

The Village Hall Coffe Mornings - take place on the first Thursday of every month with homemade cakes, tea and coffee at a nominal cost with money going to the village hall restoration fund. They are cancelled for the time being due to coronavirus.