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Retired drama teacher turned film director and producer, Rosita Clarke tells us about the ghostly Dorset love story that has just won her an award at an international film festival

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A world-renowned explorer, a palaeontologist and futurist, and a butterfly conservator reveal the importance of the past for the future of mankind

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Would you decorate your home with human bones and old medical instruments? Plenty do, according to one Dorset couple, which piqued Faith Eckersall’s morbid curiosity

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The world loves a panto dame. There is nothing more life affirming, ridiculous or, frankly, quintessentially British. And Lee Redmond – Queen Thelma at Weymouth Pavilion’s Sleeping Beauty this Christmas 2017 – is a master of this great, daft art

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Balancing being a yogi, cookery writing and working with the Dalai Lama, Adam Lee-Potter meets the dynamic duo taking up the reins of the family business at Mapperton

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Jason Hornbuckle, Executive Head Chef, at The Point Restaurant at the Haven Hotel combines classic French cuisine with British style and Asian flavours from his travels

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How to get involved in clay shooting

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Emily Damment talks us through a beginner’s journey into clay shooting, starting with the all-important first lesson and what to expect from have-a-go days

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A chap who can mend a mangled car can turn his hand to pretty much anything.

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Richard Stevenson is headmaster of Castle Court School, the family-centred prep where children’s talents are nurtured and the freedom of childhood treasured

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Sue Quinn explores Dorset’s wonderful range of artisan honeys and argues that to truly appreciate this sweet product, you have to buy local

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Valerie Singleton meets a couple whose passion for Porsches created Canford Classics, a business which renovates and restores these iconic cars back to their full glamour

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We announce our 2017 winner of the Food & Farming Hero award at the Dorset Magazine Food, Drink & Farming Awards

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Bridport & West Dorset Open Studios is the annual celebration of contemporary visual artists. This year it is showcasing 75 local artists in over 50 venues

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‘Refracted’ is a compelling exhibition at Russell-Cotes Art Gallery in Bournemouth which marks an important milestone in legal history, as Jeremy Miles discovers

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The Wizzybug is specially designed to give mobility to the under 5s. This remarkable powered wheelchair has helped a youngster from Dorchester to actively play with friends and family, as Fiona Cromwell explains

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At The Ship Inn in West Stour, Gavin Griggs runs a great village pub for the community alongside a destination dining venue with an interesting seasonally inspired menu which he devises with head chef, Bruce Core

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No 34 at The Orchid Hotel is setting foodie’s pulses racing thanks to the locally inspired menus of Michelin-starred chef Jean Gysemans

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Parents and guardians have an important supporting role to play if their child is to realise their dream career as a professional footballer

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