Wimborne Minster

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Coordinates: 50°48′14″N 1°58′41″W / 50.804°N 1.978°W / 50.804; -1.978

Wimborne Minster (often referred to locally as Wimborne) is a market town in the East Dorset district of Dorset in South West England, and the name of the Church of England church in that town. The central town has a population of 6,418 (according to the 2001 Census) and is situated at the confluence of the River Stour and River Allen, five miles north of Poole.

The Mayor of Wimborne is currently John Burden, who has held the position since May 2009. The previous mayors of Wimborne were Robin D. Cook and Anthony Oliver, respectively.[1] The town and its administrative area is served by eleven councillors and one from the nearby ward of Cranfield.[2] Wimborne is twinned with Valognes, France and Ochsenfurt, Germany.[3][4]

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