Telephone:01202 892 249
customerservices@ferndown.gov.uk

Bus Timetables

Please click the link below to access local bus timetables detailed on the DorsetForYou.gov.uk website:

Enter 'Ferndown' in the search box to search by bus service number, operator or location.

Fixed Assets

Please click the links below to download a copy of the Councils Fixed Assets.

Allotments

The Town Council bought Longham Allotment Gardens in December 2012. Over the next fifteen months we steadily improved the site and by the official opening in Mar 2014 we had brought all uncultivated land into use sub-divided some larger plots to provide a range of sizes to meet all needs improved the trackways and made new pathways increased site security created a car-park set aside a community area for use by the Ferndown Allotments Association.

The site now has sixty-eight plots, let to Ferndown residents. Even so, there are still more local people who want allotments than we can accommodate at present. Our Environment Committee is looking into making further improvements over the next five years, including improving drainage and providing a water supply. We ask for your patience, as developing the site will take time and we need to work within our budget to make sure that residents get good value for money.

Would you like an allotment?

If you are 18 or over and live in the Ferndown Town Council area, you may apply by filling in and returning an application form (these are also available at the Council offices). Once we receive your completed signed form, we will enter your name on the waiting list.

Our Allotment Policy explains how plots are allocated.Policy document  

DCC Responsibilities

Highways, grass cutting, refuse collection, recycling and street lighting.

Dorset County Council is responsible for:

  • Highways matters including work on public roads, streets, pavements and footpaths
  • Grass cutting on verges
  • Refuse disposal
  • Recycling
  • Street lighting

Landowners or occupiers are responsible for

  • Cutting back hedges and trees on their land; the must ensure that hedges and trees do not interfere with the safe use of public footways and roadways or obscure street lights and road signs. For more details see Hedges, trees and the highway on the Dorset for You website - starting point Tree Management.

Queries about these matters should be made to

Registrar

The office of our local Registrar is to be found at the southern end of the King George V Pavilion. The ceremony room can seat up to 45 guests and may be hired for wedding and civil partnership ceremonies. The Dorset Registration Service is provided by Dorset County Council.

Opening Times:

  • Monday: 2:15pm – 4:30pm
  • Tuesday: 9:15am – 12:30pm & 2pm – 4:30pm
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: 9:15am – 12:30pm & 2pm – 4:30pm
  • Friday: 9:15am – 12:30pm & 2pm– 4:30pm
  • Saturday: 9:15am – 1pm
  • Sunday: Closed

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