ᵃᵈ Stand in the dock, get held in the cells, and find out about the people who were brought to justice…or not in some cases!
Shire Hall Historic Courthouse Museum covers 200 years of local crime and serious legal drama from the Tolpuddle Martyrs to the 1856 domestic abuse case that inspired Thomas Hardy to write ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’. Well, we are in Thomas Hardy country after all!
Dorchester’s Shire Hall is worth visiting to discover the trials and tribulations of Dorset’s past, for a slice of cake (or more!) at the incredible cafe and for its interesting programme of upcoming events.
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How do you make the most of the last days of…🌞 S U M M E R 🌞
By satisfying that wanderlust and heading to somewhere you’ve wanted to go for over two years!
Take a look at this beauty spot that’s been on my travel list for a long time…
📍The Blue Pool, Wareham, Dorset
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There’s nothing quite like being on the south coast in the summer. Getting to explore in and around where I live is one of my favourite things to do, especially when you discover gems not far from your front door.
During the Poole Harbour Boat Show I was invited on a Poole harbour boat trip with City Cruises*. Continue reading “Touring Poole Harbour with City Cruises”
This year Twin Atlantic, Modestep and, four time Brit award winners, Scouting for Girls are headlining the three day family-friendly rock festival.
Teddy Rocks Festival kicks off on Friday 28 – Sunday 30 April 2017 in Blandford Forum, Dorset. Continue reading “The countdown is on – it’s time for Teddy Rocks Festival! “