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As the winter months gradually give way to the promise of warmer weather (extremely gradual here in the UK), now is the ideal time for parents to start planning for the upcoming summer holidays. Whether you're dreaming of a relaxing beach getaway, an adventurous city break, or a cultural exploration,...
It is possible to reach St Oswald’s Bay via the private road that leaves Lulworth Cove behind the Heritage Centre. Alternatively you can take the coastal footpath from the Heritage Centre car park or you can drive to the Durdle Door car park and walk down the footpath from there. There are fine views along the...
Situated on Weymouth Esplanade, you'll find an exquisite row of large Georgian buildings in the form of terraces. Most of these were built in the region of 1770 to 1855 and were operated by wealthy business men. Today, these buildings serve as hotels and guesthouses with a selection of...
Renting a limousine can be an exciting way to celebrate a landmark event or enjoy a luxurious ride. However, the excitement can quickly turn bad if you fail to review and understand the limo rental contract carefully. A well-drafted contract is essential to protect the interests of both the...
When it comes to buying a new car, reliability is a priority. You want a car that isn’t going to breakdown all the time, as well as matching your budget requirements. This is especially true if you’re going to be transporting around children. Here are the top picks for the best...
Councillors on Dorset Council’s area planning committee today, Thursday 18 April, have voted unanimously to approve an application to demolish the former bowling alley in St Nicholas Street Weymouth. The green light for demolition marks the next step in the council’s regeneration plans for Weymouth’s waterside economy. £19.5m Levelling Up...
At the end of this entry there is a downloadable pdf with full details of the walk. Due to restrictions on space this is a summary!  This walk starts at the Hardy Monument, G.R. SY615875, a National Trust site. The walk takes approximately 3 hours and involves some moderate walking along recognised footpaths and...
Weymouth Outdoor Education Centre (WOEC) is celebrating 60 years of improving the lives of Dorset Children and young people with a special open day in July with lots of activities on offer.   Over the past 60 years,  tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of children have been...
Learning to play a musical instrument can be an exciting and rewarding experience. Yet it is not just about making sounds, but a way to express feelings and connect with others. Whether strumming strings, pressing keys, or blowing into an instrument, it unlocks creativity and self-expression. Playing teaches patience...
The UK is currently dealing with a cost of living crisis, and as a result, many people are being more careful with their purchases. There is less emphasis on fast fashion and a greater need for quality pieces that will withstand the test of time and retain their value. We’re investing...