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The countdown is on for this year’s Community Expo

With just one week to go before the Community Expo, there will be lots to expect as Weymouth Town Council’s expo returns to the iconic Jubilee Clock on Saturday 18th May from 11am-2pm. 

The event is a twist on the Council’s annual town meeting where you can find out more about council services and projects, and it also highlights the work of voluntary and community groups operating for the benefit of our communities. Plus, you will also get the chance to meet the new Mayor of Weymouth and hear a short annual report from the Town Clerk on what the Council has done over the past year and how it spends tax-payers money.  

Join us for an exciting event where you can enjoy free face painting and glitter tattoos courtesy of Bou Designs. Plus, explore a fire engine and learn about our local fire service and admire a display of four classic cars on our beautiful seafront, and be entertained with music provided by the Dorset Wrecks. It’s an opportunity not to be missed! 

A lot of community groups have signed up as well as some new ones, including: 

Royal Voluntary Service 

The Will Mackaness Trust 


Weymouth Community Workshop 

RBL Poppy Appeal 

Help for Homeless Weymouth 

Friends of Radipole Park and Gardens 

Weymouth Macular Support Group 

Jane Biscombe, Weymouth Town Council’s Town Clerk, said: “There’s just one week to go until this years Community Expo. This event provides a fantastic opportunity to showcase the work of the many voluntary, community and charitable organisations that operate in Weymouth as it’s a really useful networking event.   

“We can’t wait to welcome everyone down to the Jubilee Clock along our beautiful seafront. A lot of great community groups have signed up which will be a great way to find out more about all the fantastic work that is currently happening in Weymouth for the benefit of the town’s different communities.” 

The event runs from 11am to 2pm on Saturday 18th May, with stalls located by the Jubilee Clock. The Annual Town Meeting itself starts at 1pm.


Notes to Editors    

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