Corfe Mullen is a large village in the rural section of East Dorset. The village has an approximate population of 10,133 as per the 2011 census.
The residents benefit from diverse shopping facilities, a community centre and active Parish Council maintaining over 55 acres of public recreational land. There is mixed housing, with an emphasis on detached properties. Much of Corfe Mullen is semi-rural with farms, riding stables and countryside businesses.
Corfe Mullen is a low crime area within East Dorset, which is itself a low crime section of Dorset. On average over the last 6 years, there have been 233 crimes per year with only minor variation year on year. Corfe Mullen currently enjoys a lower crime rate than it did in 2010.
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