Next Council meeting:
Tuesday 13th September 2022 at 7.00 pm at the Pavilion, Memorial Hall
The presentation given by TAG energy, regarding the existing and proposed battery storage units at Hawkers Hill can be obtained by contacting the Clerk as the presentation is to large to down load on this website. Contact details are given above.
Fernbrook Solar Farm MPC decision
To view the text of the MPC objection click on this link
The Application is now subject to appeal by the developers
Current Planning applications for Motcombe can be seen by clicking on this link
The Dorset Council report on the flooding in Motcombe can be found by clicking on this link
Extract taken from Dorsetshire Illustrated - Chantry Press 1990 - Motcombe is a scattered village and parish in the North of the County near Shaftesbury. Reached from the outside world by way of the aforementioned town or Semley. It has a population of 1,500. Industries are agricultural and dairy.
Cyder is made on a considerable scale and the district is celebrated for it's cheese. Market gardening and brick making find employment for many and there are also milk, cream and butter factories and poultry egg, bacon and other farm produce merchants who do a thriving trade with London buyers. The principle factory belongs to Messrs. C. & G. Prideaux who employ large numbers of hands.
The parish church of St. Marys is not in any way remarkable, rebuilt in 1846 of green sandstone in the Early English style and has a fine West tower containing six bells, two of which were given by Lady Theodore Guest. The registry dates from 1676, retained value of the living which is a vicarage and to which is attached the chappelry of Enmore Green, £236 with a residence.
Motcombe also has chapels belonging to Welseyans and the Primitive Methodists and Enmore Green one of the latter as well as a Lifeboat mission. Motcombe is chiefly interesting as the residence of the Rt. Hon Lord Stanbridge who is Lord of the Manor and a major landowner. His residence is Motcombe House in red brick Tudor style with stone dressings built be Messrs George and Peto the renowned London architects. The first Motcombe House upon which the present house was built was belonged to Marchioness of Westminster.
Access to Dorset Council planning website
Message from Motcombe PC
Order regarding fly tipping on Motcombe Meadows
INFORMATION FROM DORSET COUNCIL- click on the links below for information regarding:-
Information from Dorset Council regarding volunteering and help available during the coronavirus outbreak
News from Dorset Council on rubbish collections during the Covid19 pandemic
Guidance on shielding extremely vulnerable person
Help for Salisbury Hospital audiology patients:-
for help with hearing aid maintenance or replacement batteries contact Gill Drayson - tel 01722 580014 or 07570670643 email- Gillian.firstname.lastname@example.org