The Dorchester Voice – your new community magazine

Welcome to the Dorchester Voice, the new community magazine devoted to bringing you the best of what the county town has to offer.
With a focus on good food, arts and crafts, health and wellbeing,­ and environmental issues, the Voice aims to keep you in touch with everything that is going on in your local community.
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The Dorchester Voice – your new community magazine

Welcome to the Dorchester Voice, the new community magazine devoted to bringing you the best of what the county town has to offer.
With a focus on good food, arts and crafts, health and wellbeing,­ and environmental issues, the Voice aims to keep you in touch with everything that is going on in your local community.
Read more

The Dorchester Voice – your new community magazine

Welcome to the Dorchester Voice, the new community magazine devoted to bringing you the best of what the county town has to offer.
With a focus on good food, arts and crafts, health and wellbeing,­ and environmental issues, the Voice aims to keep you in touch with everything that is going on in your local community.
Read more

The Dorchester Voice – your new community magazine

Welcome to the Dorchester Voice, the new community magazine devoted to bringing you the best of what the county town has to offer.
With a focus on good food, arts and crafts, health and wellbeing,­ and environmental issues, the Voice aims to keep you in touch with everything that is going on in your local community.
Read more

The Dorchester Voice – your new community magazine

Welcome to the Dorchester Voice, the new community magazine devoted to bringing you the best of what the county town has to offer.
With a focus on good food, arts and crafts, health and wellbeing,­ and environmental issues, the Voice aims to keep you in touch with everything that is going on in your local community.
Read more

The Dorchester Voice – your new community magazine

Welcome to the Dorchester Voice, the new community magazine devoted to bringing you the best of what the county town has to offer.
With a focus on good food, arts and crafts, health and wellbeing,­ and environmental issues, the Voice aims to keep you in touch with everything that is going on in your local community.
Read more

Health & Wellbeing

In-depth features on health and wellbeing, alternative therapies, green issues – and much more besides!

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What’s On

Your guide to local events and gigs, plus our previews of local music and drama.

» Out & About   » Gig Guide
» Show previews

News

Your guide to key local issues affecting Dorchester. It’s your town – keep in touch with the latest news.

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About Us

SAVE OUR TOWN!

There is still time to lodge your objections to council plans to build 3,500 homes on the downs north of the water meadows. The ‘consultation’ exercise is over, but you can still sign the petition being raised by STAND – Save The Area North of Dorchester – a protest group made up of ordinary townspeople opposed to this massive scheme that would desecrate this landscape for all time.
you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/stand-save-the-area-north-of-dorchester

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Dorchester is one of the most creative, switched on, environmentally-aware towns in England. The town offers a wide choice of alternative therapists, and independent retailers, including health food stores and gourmet shops selling fresh local produce – much of it organic. Dorchester  has a vibrant arts scene and some great local pubs and restaurants. So if you want to know what going on in and around Dorchester, look no further!

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Where to get the Voice

If you can’t get hold of a copy of the Voice (they go fast!) you can pick one up from the Tourist Information Centre in Dorchester Library, Charles Street car park; South Street – Dodgson’s ironmongery and Mortimer’s bakery; Trinity Street – the Post Office, the Co-opShoetrees shoe repairs, Down to Earth wholefoods, the Plaza cinema; High East Street – Books Beyond Words and Autobitz; High West Street – The Horse with the Red Umbrella and The Old Tea House; and Tesco’s in Weymouth Avenue. Other stockists include Adams Newsagents, Maud Rd; One Stop Shop, Kings Road, Fordington; Poundbury Post Office, Butter Market Square; many local cafés and independent retailers, and shops and pubs in local villages.

Some of you will receive a copy of the Voice through your letterbox – if you’ve already got one, please pass it on!

Events

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