- This article refers to Littlemoor in Weymouth, Dorset. For Littlemoor near Chesterfield see Littlemoor, Derbyshire.
Littlemoor has a skatepark, youth centre and a small shopping centre. Opposite the shopping centre there is a Library; next to which is a small green, and the local Church of England church - St. Francis of Assisi. There is also a community centre where the lottery run Big4littlemoor community groups operates out of off and a youth club.
Littlemoor is partially surrounded by fields. It has a woodland area (which has been named Teddy Bear woods, referencing to the famous nursery rhyme) managed by Dorset Wildlife Trust, part of their Lorton Meadows nature reserve.
Littlemoor has a high level of deprivation and poverty but this has decreased in recent years as the estate has expanded.
The estate is historically a labour stronghold and has been represented by labour councillors since it was created in 2004 with Cllr Mark Tewkesbury (Labour) serving since its creation. Since the move to a unitary council it has been represented by Cllr Tony Ferrari (Conservative) and Cllr Louie O'Leary as part of the Littlemoor and Preston ward.
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