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Bere Regis Village, Dorset
 
Bere Regis Village
Bere Regis Village website
Local   Villager   John   England   wrote   a   book   in   2012   on the   Wells,   Pumps   &   Boreholes   of   Bere   Regis,   called 'Well   Well   Well'.   Over   250   Wells   are   recorded   with over   100   Photographs   to   illustrate.   The   book   is   only £5   available   at   the   village   Post   Office,   with   a   copy   to read   at   the   Parish   Church   of   St.   John   the   Baptist. You   can   read   an   extract   from   it,   by   clicking   the Photograph     above,    of    the    Well    at    Honeycombe Cottage, in Shitterton...
Well, Well, Well
   The   village   features   St   John   the   Baptist   church   which   has   a   history   dating   back   1000   years   -   tours   given   by              church members are available between May and September.  Next to the Bere Stream, Elder Road Open Space can be found with it's riverside boardwalk and bridge. There   is   a   farm   shop   on   Rye   Hill   (the   road   towards   Wool   village)   which   sells   a   large   variety   of   local   produce.   There are also two village pubs and a village shop. Close    by    are    the    villages    of    Briantspuddle,    Affpuddle    and    Turnerspuddle,    which    are    quiet    and    picturesque. Affpuddle   Forest   which   is   managed   by   the   Forestry   Commission   is   found   south   of   Affpuddle   village,   with   Higher Hyde Heath (managed by Dorset Wildlife Trust) found south of Bere Regis. For the adventurous, there are numerous outdoor activities within easy reach of Bere Regis including Quad Biking, Hang-Gliding and Clay Pigeon Shooting.      
Now Completed. In  the  largest  project  in  this  Websites  history,  we  have  put  all the  available  scanned  copies  of  the  494  Villagers  Wills  from 1559 - 1853 into Galleries within our History Section.
© 2003, Bere Regis Village Website.

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Jon Cleave is taking part in the Cancer Research UK challenge to cycle 300 miles in September to raise funds for their scientific research. He is going to do the ride in France. You can follow the build up and then the ride through his light-hearted blog at www.jonsseptember300.wordpress.com . The blog leads to a secure Cancer Research UK donations website, where he hopes you will be inspired to make a contribution.
Bere Regis Village
Bere Regis Village Website
Now Completed. In  the  largest  project  in  this  Websites  history,  we  have  put  all the  available  scanned  copies  of  the  494  Villagers  Wills  from 1559 - 1853 into Galleries within our History Section.
© 2003, Bere Regis Village Website.

Welcome to the Bere

Regis Website

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BERE REGIS WEATHER
Jon Cleave is taking part in the Cancer Research UK challenge to cycle 300 miles in September to raise funds for their scientific research. He is going to do the ride in France. You can follow the build up and then the ride through his light-hearted blog at www.jonsseptember300.wordpress.com . The blog leads to a secure Cancer Research UK donations website, where he hopes you will be inspired to make a contribution.