Travel & transport
Wilts & Dorset (local buses)
From 21 September 2014 there will be changes to some timetables. A copy of the new timetables is held at the Town Council Offices.
Bus Timetables (Doset wide timetables & area guides published by Dorset County Council)
Travelline South West (jouney planner)
Transport Direct (journey planner)
TravelDorset (traffic and travel information for Dorset including live traffic alerts, road works, diversions, live bus departures and cycling/walking routes)
New Forest Bike Project (NFBP) a social enterprise and registered Community Interest Company which takes in unwanted bicycles and then repairs, restores and relocates them. They aim to help people from all walks of life get out on two wheels and for it to be an inclusive and fun experience.
If you have an unwanted bike to recycle, see their web site for more information
Local Job Centre
Jobcentre Near Me makes it easier to find local Job Centres.
Find our nearest at:
dorsetforyou.com (Dorset Councils online)
Dorset Explorer (Map of location information in and around Dorset)
The PCC is an elected official responsible for the governance and oversight of Dorset Police as well as working more widely with local partners, organisations and communities to improve community safety and criminal justice outcomes across the whole of Dorset. The PCC also acts as the 'public voice in policing' - representing the views of the public in determining the strategic priorities for policing locally during his term of office.
Verwood Town Council
Dorset BH31 6DR
Open 9.00 to 13.00 Monday to Friday
Tel: 01202 820880
VERWOOD TOWN COUNCIL OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC DUE TO THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN
TO CONTACT A MEMBER OF STAFF 09.00-13.00 PHONE: 07935 994825 OR 07897 220251
FOR RECYCLING BINS (Glass or food): Please email or phone to book a collection slot
FOR COVID-19 INFORMATION PLEASE SEE:
DORSET COUNCIL WEBSITE:
East Dorset Citizens Advice (EDCA) has announced that face-to-face advice services will be suspended for the foreseeable future. Local residents can call EDCA on 01202 884738, leaving their name and telephone number and someone will get back to them as soon as possible. Alternatively, people can call the Dorset AdviceLine on 0344 245 1291 or email email@example.com. Information and advice is also available via the website www.eastdorsetca.com or www.citizensadvice.org.uk.