Corfe Castle Parish Council

Welcome to the Corfe Castle Parish Council Website

Our website aims to bring everything great about Corfe Castle, the Council and events in the village to you. If there are any suggestions, comments or information you either want to add or would like please use the contact us, either using the form or the Contact page.


Invitation to Tender
Notice is hereby given inviting contractors to tender for  the contract to clean the West Street Toilets, Corfe Castle.

Contract Description:

  • To clean (as defined in specification of work) and maintain the Toilets at West Street Corfe Castle.
  • Toilets to be cleaned once a day throughout the year with the exception of Christmas Day.
  • To carry out a deep cleans four times a year.
  • To supply and replenish consumables and remove general waste (sanitary waste to be disposed of by a third party.

Relevant documents can be downloaded below;

Or  please contact Ali Burnett -Parish Clerk, 01929 426125 [email protected].

According to instructions in the information tenders should be submitted in a sealed envelope and posted to 41 Bell Street, Swanage, BH19 2RY. Tenders cannot be submitted by email.

Procurement timetable;

Information and Instructions for Tenderers Available 14th March 2019
Deadline for responses 29th April 2019
Contract Award 10th June 2019
Contract Commencement To be agreed with contractor


All submission must be received by the 29thApril  2019- any received later will not be considered.

Election of Parish Councillors for
Corfe Castle on
Thursday 2 May 2019

The list of nominations for the new parish Council have now been announced and are listed below;

CLARKE Steve- 41 East Street, Corfe Castle,BH20 5EE

DRAGON Joan -Village Bakery, The Square, Corfe Castle, Dorset, BH20 5EZ

DRAGON Nigel- Village Bakery, The Square, Corfe Castle, Dorset, BH20 5EZ

DRU DRURY Stephen Guy -55 East Street, Corfe Castle,Wareham, BH20 5EE

FOOKS Rachel (Address in Dorset)

HAYWOOD Louise -6 Toms Mead, Corfe Castle, Nr. Wareham, BH20 5HH

MARSHALLSAY Rosamund- Glebe Farm, Bucknowle, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 5NS

PARISH Josephine- 3 West Street, Corfe Castle, BH20 5HA

SPICER-SHORT Elizabeth Victoria (Address in Dorset)

Do you struggle to keep your home warm or worry how you will afford your energy bills this winter?

You can find help and information here

Could you be a Parish Councillor?

Elections will be held in May 2019 and a new Parish Council will begin a term. If you are interested in learning more about being a Councillor please contact the Clerk through the website or telephone on 01929 426125

Recent Council and Parish News:

Call for Evidence on National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

At their recent meeting Corfe Castle Parish Council considered a response the the Governments National Park and Landscapes Review Call for Evidence. Read more here.

A little bit about Corfe Castle

The village of Corfe Castle is much renowned for its Royal castle but there  is much else in and around the village for both visitors and residents alike. The Norman Castle, destroyed by an act of Parliament following the civil war, is nestled in Corfe Gate – a natural break in the hogback Purbeck Ridge. The castle and much of the settlement that extends south from it is built of Purbeck limestone. During the medieval period stone carving, particularly of Purbeck Marble was worked here in Corfe, an activity that, though diminished, continues to this day. The Ancient Order of Purbeck Marblers and Stonecutters still hold their annual meeting here and play football along lanes and tracks on Shrove Tuesday to underscore their traditional rights of access.

An ancient settlement site, Corfe Castle is home to an extensive range of archaeological sites from the stone, bronze and Iron ages. Information on aspects of these can be found at the National Trust visitors center (Castle View) and Corfe Castle Museum. An important site for such remains, as well as being of significant ecological value, is Corfe Common adjoining the settlement to the south. Similar historical and ecological importance is attached to the Purbeck Ridge that stretches east and west from Corfe Castle. The Norden transport interchange is an excellent point from which to start a walking tour of the village and its surrounding hinterland. Facilities for visitors within Corfe are good with a selection of local shops, tearooms and pubs; many of the latter have good views from their gardens! Quality accommodation is also widely available.




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