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Maypole dancing returns to village green

Maypole dancing returns to village green

Maypole dancing returns to village green

12 May 2022

THE spring sun shone down on the long-awaited return of traditional Maypole dancing on Burton village green.


Burton driver's £1,300 bill after drink-driving and failing to stop

Burton driver's £1,300 bill after drink-driving and failing to stop

Burton driver's £1,300 bill after drink-driving and failing to stop

11 May 2022

DRINK-driving and failing to stop for police cost a Burton motorist just under £1,300.


Mum’s horror as partner of past year revealed to be paedophile

Mum’s horror as partner of past year revealed to be paedophile

Mum’s horror as partner of past year revealed to be paedophile

19 April 2022

A MOTHER-of-three discovered she had been in a relationship for a year with a convicted paedophile, a court heard.


New owners restore Sopley pub to its former glory

New owners restore Sopley pub to its former glory

New owners restore Sopley pub to its former glory

01 April 2022

A SOPLEY pub on the banks of the River Avon has reopened following a major refurbishment overseen by its new owners.


Delays could push back date to reopen A35 Holmsley bridge

Delays could push back date to reopen A35 Holmsley bridge

Delays could push back date to reopen A35 Holmsley bridge

29 March 2022

MOTORISTS are warned delays to major Holmsley bridge replacement work could prevent the reopening of the busy stretch in time for Easter.

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Cocaine possession costs Burton man more than £400

Cocaine possession costs Burton man more than £400

Cocaine possession costs Burton man more than £400

03 February 2022

GETTING caught with cocaine cost a Burton man more than £400 when he appeared before magistrates.


Residents' campaign sees new hourly bus service launched for Burton

Residents' campaign sees new hourly bus service launched for Burton

Residents' campaign sees new hourly bus service launched for Burton

16 December 2021

BURTON residents have successfully campaigned for a new bus service.


PICTURES: Burton 10k Pudding Run

PICTURES: Burton 10k Pudding Run

PICTURES: Burton 10k Pudding Run

13 December 2021

HUNDREDS of festive characters pounded the streets of Burton on Sunday for Christchurch Runners' annual 10k race.


'It's like the Wild West' – village pensioner's car hit by three catapult attacks in as many weeks

'It's like the Wild West' – village pensioner's car hit by three catapult attacks in as many weeks

'It's like the Wild West' – village pensioner's car hit by three catapult attacks in as many weeks

10 November 2021

A FRUSTRATED Winkton pensioner's car has had its windows shot out in catapult attacks three times in as many weeks.


Sofas and bed dumped in large flytip at Burton

Sofas and bed dumped in large flytip at Burton

Sofas and bed dumped in large flytip at Burton

03 November 2021

SOFAS, a bed and a desk were among waste dumped in a lane in Burton.


New calls for Christchurch to have its own planning committee

New calls for Christchurch to have its own planning committee

New calls for Christchurch to have its own planning committee

26 October 2021

FRESH calls have been made to bring in a BCP Council planning committee dedicated to the Christchurch area.


Holiday park and sports field among land mooted for housing development

Holiday park and sports field among land mooted for housing development

Holiday park and sports field among land mooted for housing development

26 July 2021

HOBURNE Holiday Park and fields in Burton and Bransgore are among suggested parcels of land BCP Council could develop with hundreds of homes.


Christchurch greenbelt areas could be included in council plans to meet housing shortfall

Christchurch greenbelt areas could be included in council plans to meet housing shortfall

Christchurch greenbelt areas could be included in council plans to meet housing shortfall

21 May 2021

A HOST of Christchurch greenbelt sites could be included in council plans to meet a shortfall of 5,500 new homes.


Man arrested over arson and vandalism attacks in village

Man arrested over arson and vandalism attacks in village

Man arrested over arson and vandalism attacks in village

25 March 2021

POLICE have made an arrest after a suspected one-man crimewave terrorised a community with a series of attacks in which property was vandalised and set alight...


Police hunt suspicious teen cyclist after night of destruction in village

Police hunt suspicious teen cyclist after night of destruction in village

Police hunt suspicious teen cyclist after night of destruction in village

23 March 2021

A SUSPICIOUS teenage cyclist is being sought as police probe a spate of vandalism and arson attacks which brought “distress” to Burton residents on Saturday night...


Rogue trader ripped tiles off resident's roof before charging him £3,000

Rogue trader ripped tiles off resident's roof before charging him £3,000

Rogue trader ripped tiles off resident's roof before charging him £3,000

28 January 2021

POLICE are hunting a cold-calling rogue trader who charged a resident £3,000 after ripping tiles from the roof of their home without permission...


Woman comes forward over claim of assault by dog walker on Christchurch field

Woman comes forward over claim of assault by dog walker on Christchurch field

Woman comes forward over claim of assault by dog walker on Christchurch field

27 January 2021

A WOMAN has come forward after police issued a picture appeal in relation to a reported assault on a Christchurch field...


Jail for man who stamped on pregnant girlfriend and bit a chunk from his mother's face

Jail for man who stamped on pregnant girlfriend and bit a chunk from his mother's face

Jail for man who stamped on pregnant girlfriend and bit a chunk from his mother's face

22 December 2020

Owen Ackers was given an eight-and-a-half-year jail sentence as well as 18 months' stringent monitoring A BURTON man has been slapped with an extended…


Deer bitten by dogs and dragged in latest coursing incident as local hotspots identified

Deer bitten by dogs and dragged in latest coursing incident as local hotspots identified

Deer bitten by dogs and dragged in latest coursing incident as local hotspots identified

07 December 2020

The deer was dumped near the Christchurch bypass A DEER was bitten by dogs and dragged by bungee cords before its body was dumped in Christchurch during…


Thug stamped on pregnant girlfriend and bit a chunk from his mum's face

Thug stamped on pregnant girlfriend and bit a chunk from his mum's face

Thug stamped on pregnant girlfriend and bit a chunk from his mum's face

20 November 2020

Owen Ackers faces up to 12 years in jail A THUG stamped so hard on his pregnant girlfriend he left an imprint of his shoe on her stomach before he bit…


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