• Upcoming Events In Dorset

    It might almost be the end of the year but now’s the time to book ahead and plan your next adventure. In the magnificent Dorset, there’s always something happening, from the Tank Museum to the Swanage Railway the fun never stops.

    To help you plan your next trip we’ve found some of the best upcoming events that you just simply need to visit. Read More…

    Posted on: 13/12/2016
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  • Victorian Christmas Carol Train

    The Victorian Christmas Carol Train Returns!

    Christmas time is fast approaching, and the festivities have already begun. If you want to make this year’s Christmas memorable then you won’t want to miss the Victorian Carol Train.

    Step back in time onto a Victorian themed train and celebrate Christmas the old-fashioned way, with a festive sing along!

    Taking place on the 9th December this unique Christmas celebration is sure to get you in the Christmas spirit. With several live performances from local bands and choirs, you’ll be singing your heart out to all your favourite Christmas classics. Read More…

    Posted on: 18/11/2016
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  • The Etches Collection

    The Etches Collection is Now Open for All to See!

    If you’ve ever found a fossil, then you’ll understand that feeling of excitement and awe you get from finding one. Steve Etches, the owner of the Etches Collection knows exactly what that feeling is like. With over 30 years of fossil hunting around the Dorset area, Steve has amassed over 2000 fossils which are now all on display.

    Dorset is famous for its fossils and is a great place for keen fossil hunters. Most notably Dorset is home to a World Heritage Site known as the Jurassic Coast. Read More…

    Posted on: 24/10/2016
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    Swanage & Purbeck Walking Festival

    Held on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset, the Swanage & Purbeck walking festival is returning for its 7th year, so get your walking boots ready and prepare to explore the amazing scenery of Dorset. With new routes and old favourites available the walking festival offers a range of enlightening walks for every fitness level to explore the local area.

    The event takes place on Saturday 17th September to the following Sunday on the 25th with several walks taking place every day throughout the festival. Read More…

    Posted on: 24/08/2016
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